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'''{{PAGENAME}}s''' are interactive objects found in [[Settlement|settlements]] and [[POI|points of interest]]. A
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'''{{PAGENAME}}s''' are interactive objects found in [[Settlement|settlements]] and [[POI|points of interest]]. A [[Data Link Scanner]] can be used to interact with them.
   
[[SRV]]'s [[Data Link Scanner]] can be used to interact with them.
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Scanning data points gives [[Data Point Intel Package]]s which can be redeemed with a specific [[Major Faction]] for [[Credits]], and also [[Encoded Materials]] which are used for [[Engineers|Engineering]].
   
Scanning data points gives [[Data Point Intel Package]]s which can be redeemed with a specific [[Major Faction]] for [[Credits]], and also Encoded Data Packages which are materials used by engineers.
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Data points can be part of a set of data points, where you have to scan the whole set before being given the package. Scanning a data point activates a timer until the scanned status of the set resets. This timer is topped up each time you successfully scan a data point. There are usually four data points as part of a set.
 
Data points can be part of a set of data points, where you have to scan the whole set before being given the package. Scanning a data point activates a timer until the scanned status of the set resets. This timer is topped up each time you successfully scan a data point.
 
   
 
<gallery>
 
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{{PointsofInterestNavbox}}
 
{{PointsofInterestNavbox}}
 
 
[[Category:Guides]]
 
[[Category:Guides]]
 
[[Category:Points of Interest]]
 
[[Category:Points of Interest]]

Revision as of 14:30, September 15, 2018

Data points are interactive objects found in settlements and points of interest. A Data Link Scanner can be used to interact with them.

Scanning data points gives Data Point Intel Packages which can be redeemed with a specific Major Faction for Credits, and also Encoded Materials which are used for Engineering.

Data points can be part of a set of data points, where you have to scan the whole set before being given the package. Scanning a data point activates a timer until the scanned status of the set resets. This timer is topped up each time you successfully scan a data point. There are usually four data points as part of a set.

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