Walkthrough Tin Can - how to survive in an escape pod

 A detailed guide to the game Tin Can: all the systems of the escape pod

Walkthrough Tin Can - how to survive in an escape pod

Error codes

Useful if the main computer is not working:

  • PB28 - voltage too low
  • MAP5 - system voltage too high
  • 2NOA - on_btr
  • KA02 - high atmospheric pressure carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • AR22 - dirty filter
  • 01JE - low pressure
  • AN93 - high pressure
  • PN82 - low oxygen production
  • 017H - low oxygen atmospheric pressure
  • TB65 O2 too high
  • NA82 - pump damage
  • ABT6 - full cylinder
  • P0J3 - low tank stock
  • BKEE - empty bottle
  • 02NE - battery damage
  • 9LOF - low battery
  • 0NE4 - damage to the electrical connection
  • 0BEA - electrical transformer damage
  • MAAG - hydraulic damage
  • 01N2 - tire damage
  • MPAA - fuse failure
  • 017K - warning alarm damage
  • PAN8 - damage to the main alarm
  • JKL1 - Monitor Damage
  • BZ67 - CPU corruption
  • TR22 - low gravity
  • TR23 - high gravity
  • 9B2L - switch damage
  • TY2B - filter damage


Value Panel

Value Panel

This panel provides important information about the status of the capsule. It can function even in the complete absence of energy and has shock resistance.


Reactor temperature indicator

Reactor temperature indicator

This indicator shows the current temperature of the reactor. The red arrow means the current temperature of the reactor. The blue arrow indicates the ideal reactor temperature needed to provide the capsule systems with sufficient power.

Ammeter

Ammeter

The ammeter allows you to find out how much energy from the reactor is needed to operate all active systems relative to how much energy is being generated at the moment. Red arrow - how much energy is produced, blue - how much is needed. Ideally, both arrows should be aligned.

Inner atmosphere temperature indicator

Inner atmosphere temperature indicator

Shows the temperature onboard the capsule.

Air suitability level

Air suitability level

The air suitability level indicates how breathable the atmosphere is at the current moment. If this rate drops below 70%, act quickly to prevent blackouts. In the level of air suitability, the level of oxygen in the atmosphere, the level of carbon dioxide, and the pressure indicator play a role.

Atmospheric state indicators

Atmospheric state indicators

They allow you to know how much oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen are present in the atmosphere, as well as the current pressure. As a reminder, the ideal levels at 1 Bar are as follows:

  • Oxygen - 21%
  • Carbon dioxide - less than 6%
  • Nitrogen - 73%

List of systems

Consider the functionality and warnings.

MAIN GENERATOR

MAIN GENERATOR

Generates the energy needed to run the capsule's systems. A nuclear reactor located in the center produces heat, which is then converted into energy by a generator. The higher the temperature of the reactor, the more energy is produced.

The green bar indicates the amount of power needed for all systems that are currently on.

 
It takes some time for a nuclear reactor to heat up or cool down. Always check if the systems are equipped with transformers and fuses, so as not to damage them due to incorrect energy levels.

The processor inside the generator stabilizes the temperature to the right level depending on the power consumption of the system. A damaged processor can prevent the proper cooling of a nuclear reactor.

There is a risk of serious radiation damage if a nuclear reactor is operated without protective equipment.

OXYGEN GENERATOR

OXYGEN GENERATOR

It releases oxygen into the atmosphere from a cylinder located inside. The green bars on the monitor show the ideal oxygen level at the current pressure.

The required oxygen level will vary depending on atmospheric pressure. At a pressure of 1 bar (standard), 20% oxygen is needed. The higher the pressure, the less oxygen is needed. Too much oxygen in the atmosphere can start a fire and cause hyperoxia.

CO2 COLLECTOR

This device removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere so that its content does not reach dangerous levels. The green bars on the monitor show the maximum safe level of carbon dioxide based on the current pressure.

The maximum level of CO2 before the risk of poisoning is approx. 6% at a pressure of 1 bar. The maximum levels will be lower if the pressure is higher.

PRESSURE STABILIZER

The pressure stabilizer maintains the internal atmospheric pressure in the capsule at 1 bar (as on Earth) by releasing or taking in nitrogen from the atmosphere.

Pressure is a determining factor in the breathability of both oxygen and carbon dioxide. It is also important to note that excessive pressure levels can compromise the structural integrity of the escape pod.

TEMPERATURE CONTROL

TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Generates heat and cold to regulate air temperature. Green bars indicate a target temperature of 21 degrees or 70 degrees Fahrenheit (F). Heat is generated from electricity, and cold is produced by a bottle of liquid nitrogen inside the system. It is important to note that most of the capsule's heat is generated by the atomic reactor, while space slowly cools it.

LIGHTING

LIGHTING

Capsule lighting is located inside the drawers. It ensures the correct operation of the lamps onboard the capsule. Lighting is divided into main and emergency lights. Emergency lighting requires much less energy and is equipped with an emergency battery. It will turn on immediately if the main lighting cannot work properly. For example, in the event of a power outage.

GRAVITY GENERATOR

GRAVITY GENERATOR

Uses a complex system of gravity fields to create artificial gravity similar to Earth's. Please note that when running on battery power, the system may reduce its power consumption and gravity levels to maximize runtime before running out of power. In case of insufficient power or damaged processors, gravity can become unstable, either too high or too low.

MAIN COMPUTER

MAIN COMPUTER

The host computer displays a general list of all systems and their status. Decodes error codes on each system monitor. Without a host computer, you will have to decipher the error codes yourself with the help of our guide.

BATTERY CHARGER

The battery charger allows you to charge your batteries very quickly.

Warning: The battery charger consumes a very large amount of


 
And the amount of energy, therefore, reduces the power of other systems until the nuclear reactor adapts to its consumption.

Caution: Unprotected systems may suffer overload damage when the battery is removed from the charger.

GATEWAY

The airlock is the main door to the escape pod. To open it, you'll need to make sure you're properly docked, then pull and twist the handle to unlock the airlock.

Once unlocked, you can simply pull the door inward.

Warning: Opening an airlock in space will result in an immediate loss of pressure and may cause hypoxia and then death.

CONVERTER OF CO2 INTO O2

The CO2 to O2 Converter allows you to refill an empty oxygen tank with a full carbon dioxide tank by converting carbon dioxide into oxygen.

Note that this CO-OTTO process is vital to conserving your oxygen supply.

REPAIR STATION

The repair station allows you to repair damaged components whenever possible. The repair station also allows you to dismantle a component for parts by placing it inside and pressing the DISMANTLE button.

Built-in screens display the number of spare parts required and the number of spare parts that are at the user's disposal. The repair speed depends on the complexity of the part and the condition of the repair station.

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