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A Wattz Electronics C-U model motion sensor. Detects the movement of biological material over a distance of meters using a tuned radar device.

Fallout in-game description

A Wattz Electronics C-U model motion sensor, or simply motion sensor is an item that detects the movement of biological material over a distance of meters using a tuned radar device. This device snaps into the Pip-Boy.

CharacteristicsEdit

If placed in an active item slot, the motion sensor can be used in conjunction with the Pip-Boy 2000's AutoMap feature. The motion sensor will display all living and moving beings on the map - represented as red dots - if the "Scanner" button under the AutoMap is clicked.

In Fallout 2, carrying a motion sensor in the inventory gives a 20% bonus to the Outdoorsman skill when traveling on the world map.

The Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2 version would have appeared as a simple device, it "hooks up" with the player characters Pip-Boy allowing them to know where their enemies are.[1]

LocationsEdit

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NotesEdit

  • The AutoMap scanner feature can be used to scan the area ahead and to plan accordingly, despite its need of an active item slot.
  • The AutoMap scanner feature can also be used via the inventory.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2 design document - Page 19

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