Echen F'don Sla'tec-class Light Cruiser

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  • INFORMATION CLASSIFICATION: TOP SECRET
  • RELIABILITY CLASSIFICATION: A (multiple direct contacts by multiple Star Fleet assets)


BASIC STATISTICS

  • Class Name  : Sla'tec
  • Classification  : Light Cruiser
  • Typical Roles  : Warship
  • SFE Designation  : CL (Light Cruiser)
  • Model Number  : Unknown
  • Number in Service: Unknown


PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length  : 506 m
  • Beam  : 345 m
  • Draft  : 52 m
  • Displacement  : ~3,500,000 mt


COMPLEMENT

  • Total Standard  : 700
  • Officers  : 70
  • Crew  : 630
  • Passengers  : 0
  • Marines  : N/A


PROPUSLION SYSTEMS

Warp Propulsion System

  • Drive Type  : Sla'tec-Class, Grade 6
    • Number  : 2 (positioned about gravity plane, see notes)
    • Main Reactor  : 2x Sla'tec-Class, Quantum Singularity, Grade 8


Sublight System

  • Drive Type  : Gravity Planing/Inertial Reduction Drive
    • Number of Nodes  : 8 (*see notes, centrally regulated)


Velocity

  • Standard Cruise Speed  : 7.0
  • Maximum Cruise Speed  : (9.2) - projected
  • Sustainable for 12 hours: (9.69) - projected
  • Maximum Emergency Speed : (9.87) - projected
  • Core Failure Immenent  : (9.91) - projected


ARMAMENT AND DEFENSE

X-ray Laser Disruptors (Continuous Beam), FxrC-I

  • Number: 8 banks.
  • Range: < 300,000 km
  • Arcs: 2 arrays dorsal nose mounted, 2 arrays ventral nose mounted, 2 arrays dorsal aft mounted, 2 arrays ventral aft mounted.


X-ray Laser Disruptor (Pulse Beam), Type FXrP-I

  • Number : 4 turrets of 2 banks each
  • Range  : < 300,000 km
  • Arc  : 2 port, 2 starboard


Energy (Magnetic Bottle) Torpedoes

  • Number : 8 tubes (Number of torpedoes, unknown)
  • Range  : < 2,000,000 km
  • Arcs  : 2 forward mounted, 2 port/2 starboard mounted, 2 aft mounted.


Deflector System

FAR-9 Enhanced cocoon multiphasic deflector system


Cloaking Device

FAR-CL Type Plasma Coil (Unconfirmed)


OTHER SYSTEMS

  • Transporters (Fardon Folded Space)
    • Standard, 10-person  : 6
    • Emergency, 20-person : 2
    • Cargo  : 4
  • Shuttle Bays  : 2
  • Embarked Craft (Standard, specific ships may vary)
    • J'Sla LAC's  : 4 (see below) [Cleave]
    • LVA  : 4


TACFLEET Notes

The Sla'tec-class light cruiser appears to be a scaled down version of the Sla'astec without the spines. Though lighter than Federation light cruisers, the use of quantum singularities for the power source (similar to Romulan designs) relieves the Fardon cruiser of the need for large matter/anti-matter storage facilities. Elliptoid in architecture, Fardon vessels are vaguely reminiscent of the 'saucer' section of a Galaxy-class ship.

As with other Fardon vessels, the Sla'tec-class has a gravity plane through its center of mass, and is thus symmetric about the XY-plane. Thus the eight nodes for sublight propulsion are equally spaced about the gravity plane, and the two warp drives and central regulator for the gravity planing/inertial reduction drive are embedded within it. Because of the gravity shearing caused by the gravity planing drive, Fardon vessels employ a highly dense material in their hulls (dubbed kirellium) which both protects the vessel and frustrates scans.

Fardon technology differs from Federation and allied powers in several areas. The Fardons are acknowledged masters of gravitic manipulation. In addition to the standard gravitic long range sensors, gravitic shields, and gravitic warp, they also employ a very efficient gravitic stealth technology which is more efficient than the Romulan and Klingon versions. Moreover, their sublight system entails a pairing of an inertial reduction drive with a gravity planing drive affording them considerable manueverability.

As with the newly designed Romulan vessels, Fardon vessels enjoy an energy surplus which explains their reliance upon relatively inefficient energy torpedos and heavy dependence upon x-ray lasers.

The weakness of Fardon weapons technology lies in the fact that despite their excellent manueverability and effective counter-measures, their maximum known weapons range does not exceed 2,000,000 km.

They employ folded space transporters, and their ships are modular. Up to 4 corvettes may be piggybacked upon Fardon Sla'astec class vessels. These corvettes are not warp capable (and thus they are difficult to classify as corvettes, see the J'Sla class write-up) nor do they have gravitic weapons; however, they do carry stealth systems and have the full battery of Fardon energy weapons. While the details of this docking system are unknown to Star Fleet, it is assumed to use both gravitic/tractoring coupling and a mechanical docking harness.

As noted, Fardon lasers are a highly effective cutting weapon, much like their Romulan and Dalriada counterparts. They are not to be underestimated by any means. The batteries which power the energy torpedoes must charge after each firing. Length of re-charging determines range and power of each volley (see tech memo for the four power levels which can be achieved, and their range vs. power trade-offs). Re-charging rates approximately equal re-arming rates of Star Fleet vessels. The Sla'tec CL is an equal match for an Endeavour-class at relatively close range, and for Montu-class light cruisers at longer ranges.