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Component

Tin

Collected on planet surfaces.

Tin, Sn, atomic number 50. Melting point 505K. Tin is one of the first ever metals used in an alloy - notably with copper in prehistory. Its modern day usage is primarily for certain specialised alloys.

Type
Raw
Subtype
Raw material 4
Grade
Standard

Used in blueprints
17x
Used in synthesis
3x
Used for exp. effects
1x
Used for tech broker
0x
Location
Surface prospecting

Used in synthesis

Used in blueprints

TypeModificationGrade 
ArmourLightweight5
ThrustersClean5
SensorsWide angle5
CannonHigh capacity4
Manifest ScannerWide angle5
Fragment CannonHigh capacity4
Frame Shift Wake ScannerWide angle5
Kill Warrant ScannerWide angle5
Mine LauncherHigh capacity4
Seeker Missile RackHigh capacity4
Multi-cannonHigh capacity4
Rail GunHigh capacity4
Shield BoosterHeavy duty4
Hull Reinforcement PackageLightweight5
Detailed Surface ScannerWide angle5
Shield GeneratorEnhanced low power5
Missile RackHigh capacity4

Used in experimental effects

Used for tech broker unlocks

No known technology broker unlocks.

Components in the same location

Surface prospecting

ComponentTypeGrade  
AntimonyRawRare
ArsenicRawCommon
CadmiumRawStandard
CarbonRawVery common
ChromiumRawCommon
GermaniumRawCommon
IronRawVery common
ManganeseRawCommon
MercuryRawStandard
MolybdenumRawStandard
NickelRawVery common
NiobiumRawStandard
PhosphorusRawVery common
PoloniumRawRare
RutheniumRawRare
SeleniumRawRare
SulphurRawVery common
TechnetiumRawRare
TelluriumRawRare
TinRawStandard
TungstenRawStandard
VanadiumRawCommon
YttriumRawRare
ZincRawCommon
ZirconiumRawCommon

How to get components

Components may be obtained in locations noted. Higher rarity components can be usually obtained from bigger and/or more dangerous ships and locations (like T9 for transportation ships, Anaconda for combat ships, well defended settlements with Data points and so on).