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Power pak (power cell)
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"So you wanna hurry up with unloading those weapons an' power packs?"
―Han Solo

Power paks (also called power packs or power cells) provided energy for many vehicles, and sometimes small blaster weapons.



Most power cells contained concentrated amounts of gases that, when heated, formed plasma. In small blasters, power cells were used to create blaster bolts that were not nearly as powerful as blasters using a combination of magazines containing gases (that after being heated would change into plasma) and proper Blaster power packs.

Particle power packs used in the weapons by the Trandoshans, released unstable particles through an electrical exciter coil and were shot out the barrel. Sturm dowels were components. A small power cell could be used to power a prosthetic without the need for recharging.

The Telgorn Corporation produced power cells.

Certain creatures, such as the shadow lurkers, fed on the energy of power cells, rendering its device useless.[1]

Power paks were also used in starship's cooling units.[2]

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Stormtrooper power cells.


Notes and references

  1. "MidWorld"
  2. Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

See also

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about a piece of Transformer anatomy. For the device carried by Optimus and Rodimus Prime in the RTM 1 dubs of Headmasters, see Matrix of Leadership.

A power pack is a component of a Transformer that stores fuel.


Generation One animated continuity

After successfully conquering Cybertron, Galvatron ordered the power packs of several deactivated (but apparently still living) Autobots removed to provide additional fuel for the gigantic rocket engine used to move the planet into Earth orbit. The Rebirth, Part 3

This article uses material from the "Power pack" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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