|What's all this then?|
They're big guns.
2. Power Control: Each capacitor bank has a two monitor stations to careful regulate power flow and usage. These allow fine variations in the amount of damage the laser can do - from long-range shots that fry sensors to blasts that liquefy metal.
3. Local Fire Control: This armored compartment allows for direct control of the weapon system by troopers on the scene. The outside has large, thick viewports for close-in visual targeting, and there are several banks of control stations that can elevate each barrel independently, in addition to rotating the turret. Behind the fire control computers are a pair targeting computers that monitor the main sensors the turret's local sensor grid. These stations select targets and feed the info to fire control. the central station is the Gun Captain's.
4. Lift: This links the turret to the rest of the ship.
5.Ladder: This offers emergency access to the turret, and is larger than the normal ladders throughout the rest of the ship, so that DC supplies, robots, and other equipment can be moved if needed.