USS Thunder-A Deck Layout/Transporter Rooms
The Transporter Room is usually manned by the Transporter Chief, a specialist engineer who has either majored in transporter technology or possesses extensive training and experience in this field to ensure safe operation in any given situation.
Number of individual systems: 12
Personnel Transporters: 4 (Transporter Rooms 1-4)
Cargo Transporters: 4 (Cargobay 1-3; Main Shuttle Hanger)
Emergency Transporters: 4 (Emergency Transporters 1-4)
The standard means of travel to and from a federation ship, the transporter rooms are located at strategic locations throughout the saucer section.
Transporter Rooms 1-2 Deck 10 | Transporter Rooms 3-4 Deck 15
Max Payload Mass: 900kg (1,763 lbs)
Max Range: 40,000 km
Max Beam Up/Out Rate: Approx. 100 persons per hour per transporter
These much larger transporting systems are designed to literally haul bulk cargo to and from the ship, expediting the transfer of materials during short docking periods.
They can be calibrated to function on the quantum level required to safely transport lifeforms.
Cargo Bays 1-2; Deck 5 | Cargo Bay 4; Deck 6; | Maintenance Hangar and Storage; Deck 8
Standard operation: molecular resolution (Non-Lifeform): Max Payload Mass: 800 metric tons.
Reconfigurable for quantum resolution(Lifeform): Max Payload Mass: 1 metric ton
Max Beam Up/Out Rate (Quantum Setting): Approx. 100 persons per hour per transporter
In certain dire situations it can become imperative to abandon the vessel swiftly. Emergency transporters have the sole function of beaming personnel off ship.
Emergency Transporter Rooms 1-2 Deck 10 | Emergency Transporter Rooms 3-4 Deck 15
Max Range: 15,000 km (send only) [range depends on available power]
Max Beam Out Rate: 200 persons per hour per Transporter