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A slot is a space on a ship that a module can be fit into on the fitting screen. They come in 3 varieties: high, medium, and low. Different types of equipment fit into different types of slots.

High slots

High slots tend to be for weapons and other devices that affect other ships and objects. They tend to require a quick, large burst of power when activated. Examples of high slot modules include:

and many other kinds of modules.

Medium slots

Medium slots (sometimes called "mid slots") are able to host a variety of devices that may affect the ship that has them mounted or other ships. Common medium slot modules include shield tank modules, ECM modules, scanners, and speed and warp modifying modules. The modules that fit into medium slots include:

and many other kinds of modules.

Low slots

Low slots fit even more kinds of modules than medium slots, but in general only modules that directly affect the ship that has them fitted (although some do have indirect effects on other objects). Common low slot modules include armor tank modules, powergrid and CPU enhancers, damage and mining yield boosters, capacitor enhancements, and damage control devices. Modules that fit into low slots include:

and many other kinds of modules.

See: Guide:Equipment And Slots, Overheating

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