Menu

Market


Cloaking Devices

Parent groups: Market > Ship Equipment > Electronics and Sensor Upgrades
Sister groups: Automated Targeting Systems | Cloaking Devices | CPU Upgrades | Passive Targeting Systems | Remote Sensor Boosters | Sensor Boosters | Signal Amplifiers | Tractor Beams

Market Items

Image Name Slot CPU Powergrid Market Price
'Smokescreen' Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
A very specialized piece of technology, the covert ops cloak is designed for use in tandem with specific covert ops vessels. Although it could theoretically work on other ships, its spatial distortion field is so unstable that trying to compensate for its fluctuations will overwhelm non-specialized computing hardware.

Note: This particular module is advanced enough that it allows a ship to warp while cloaked. However, fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 50 tf 1 MW 203.120.248
Caldari Navy Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 60 tf 1 MW 18.797.444
CONCORD Modified Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 84 tf 1 MW  
Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
A very specialized piece of technology, the covert ops cloak is designed for use in tandem with specific covert ops vessels. Although it could theoretically work on other ships, its spatial distortion field is so unstable that trying to compensate for its fluctuations will overwhelm non-specialized computing hardware.

Note: This particular module is advanced enough that it allows a ship to warp while cloaked. However, fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 100 tf 1 MW 4.997.123
Dread Guristas Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference..

High 60 tf 1 MW 24.189.045
Estamel's Modified Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 108 tf 1 MW 5.000.000.018
Improved 'Guise' Cloaking Device II
An Improved Cloaking device based on the Crielere Labs prototype. It performs better and allows for faster movement while cloaked.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 51 tf 1 MW 42.513.920
Improved Cloaking Device II
An Improved Cloaking device based on the Crielere Labs prototype. It performs better and allows for faster movement while cloaked.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 60 tf 1 MW 4.092.133
Kaikka's Modified Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 72 tf 1 MW 1.146.354.545
Prototype 'Poncho' Cloaking Device I
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 26 tf 1 MW 58.134.418
Prototype Cloaking Device I
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 30 tf 1 MW 1.639.661
Syndicate Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 75 tf 1 MW 265.598.201
Thon's Modified Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 84 tf 1 MW  
Vepas' Modified Cloaking Device
This prototype of an advanced cloaking mechanism was one of the last major technological breakthroughs to come out of Crielere Labs. Although it does work it is not really a finished product and has some serious drawbacks, most notably the fact that the module creates high sensor disruption while fitted and can not operate unless at minimum velocity.

Note: Fitting two or more cloaking devices to a ship negates their use, as unsynchronized light deflection causes interference.

High 96 tf 1 MW 2.864.905.001


Database: YC119.1 (2017-01-14)

User: Register | Login