The TARDIS Databanks: Online

Specifications Name      The TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimensions In Space)
Manufacturer      Time Lords
Model      Mark I Type 40
Current Appearance      A 1960's London Metropolitan Police Box
External Height      279 cm/110 inches
External Width      135 cm/53 inches
External Depth      135 cm/53 inches
Internal Size      Infinite
Average Speed      70-270 mph/31-120 meters by second (in atmosphere)
     57,600-216,000 mph/16-60 miles per second (in space)
Maximum Speed      8,136,000 mph/2260 miles per second
Crew      1 (Minimum), 6 (Recommended)
Cargo Capacity      Infinite
Consumables      Infinite

Block Transfer Mathematics The bulk of the TARDIS is made up of Block Transfer Mathematics. It is based on the idea that the essence of matter is structure and the essence of structure is mathematics. Using the hexadecimal notations of Block Transfer it is possible to create Space-Time Events through pure calculation. An event or object can be described by thinking the correct Block Transfer equations and it will instantly become reality. Block Transfer works by using pure mathematics to model the possible existence of a specific space-time event or piece of matter. Thus any matter can be created out of pure mathematics if its quantum possibility can be modelled. These calculations are powered by raw Vortal Energy. Block Transfer Mathematics can only be computed with an organic brain because the mathematics alter the nature of reality. This would cause a traditional computer to malfunction. The original equations can however be recorded in traditional non-organic storage media such as bubble memory. Matter created by the TARDIS using block transfer will have enhanced temporal properties and be resistant to being retro-annulled. This also makes it immune to the normal Vortex energies.

The Molecular Dematerialisation Circuit
Engine Unit
This device is responsible for shifting the TARDIS into and out of the fifth dimension, the Space-Time Vortex. Its components include a laser trigger, directional memory wafers, and stabilising dio-nodes to transceiving telo-circuits. The dematerialisation process can take anywhere up to twenty seconds, with the TARDIS exterior appearing to fluctuate in opacity, until it fades from view, with the same happening in reverse when it rematerialises.

Relative Dimensional Stabilisers
Engine Unit
These are responsible for creating the size, shape, and form of the TARDIS' interior. As they allow the operator to cross three-dimensional barriers, the TARDIS can not travel through the Space-Time Vortex without them. The stabilisers cycle continuously when the TARDIS is in flight, which can be faintly heard in the Control Room, and is clearly audible on the exterior, when the TARDIS materialises or dematerialises.

Main Rotor
Engine Unit
The Main Rotor is a component in the central column of the TARDIS' Master Control Console, bearing the appearance of a series of blown glass bubbles. When the TARDIS is travelling, the rotor rises up and down until it has reached a destination. The Main Rotor is connected to the lower engines; hence as the TARDIS moves the rotor moves accordingly. Its sliding Vertical motion is significant of the way the engines work. As well as signifying the TARDIS' movement, the rotor has also been known to malfunction or stop working when something goes wrong.

Hover Mode
Engine Unit
The outer shell has variable mass. This allows the TARDIS to hover or float. Using short bursts of power, the TARDIS is capable of generating kinetic movement. It is possible to maneuver in a zero gravity environment and put the TARDIS into a spin, allowing it to fly through both worlds and through space. Putting the TARDIS in Hover Mode makes it easier to use the Manual Overide controls. While the Manual Overide is activated, the ship is harder to pilot.

The Temporal Convertor
Power Plant
A massive, spheroid energy collector roughly the size of a house. The receptor antenna collects ambient temporal energy while in the Space-Time Vortex and converts it into fuel for the TARDIS, using chronon transduction.

Dynamorphic Generator
Power Plant
A vast chamber with a mile-high ceiling and no discernible walls, filled with millions of Zeydir-6 crystals. The energy from the Zeydir-6 crystals here are kept under conditions to generate enough Orbital Energy to provide counter-magnetised thrust for travel in the Space-Time Vortex.

Stand-by Mass Converter
Power Plant
This device automatically starts converting unused storage rooms into extra energy when the TARDIS has insufficient power.

Allows the TARDIS to generate Orbital Energy, required for travel in the Space-Time Vortex. It comes in a crystalline form.

Vortal Energy
A form of psionic/temporal energy collected from the Space-Time Vortex. It is the primary energy used in the TARDIS, and because of it, the TARDIS generates a low intensity telepathic field. This energy can help assist in the regeneration of its symbiotically-bonded pilot.

Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell
The exterior of the TARDIS is made up of a Chronoplasmic Shell, composed of atoms of validium, mercury, and inorganic polymers. It exists as a Real World Complex Space-Time Event that is Time Mapped onto the interior using the Real World Logic Gearing, made up of Complex Block Transfer equations. As such, the shell holds the dimensional threshold that connects to the Micro-Universe within. The Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell is driven by the Chameleon Circuit. It is possible to use the chameleon circuit to create a small cubbyhole compartment to store a spare TARDIS key. The telepathic circuits create a field that makes people passing by the TARDIS more likely not to notice it. This field is only effective on people who aren't looking for something unusual. The internal energy of the TARDIS can be diverted to the outer shell, delivering a massive blast of energy anything it comes in contact with. Since the shell's atoms are merely Block Transfer constructs, the exterior of the TARDIS is immune to all attacks and is technically indestructible, even without the Force Field.

Chameleon Circuit
This circuit controls the exterior shell's cloaking device. The cloaking device allows the shape, color, mass and texture of the shell to be altered to blend in with its surroundings. To supplement the Chameleon Circuit, the telepathic circuits also create a field that makes people passing by the TARDIS more likely not to notice anything odd about it. This field is only effective on people who aren't actively looking for something unusual. If the TARDIS is abandoned by its operator, it will deactivate most of its systems, and alter its appearance as necessary to avoid attracting attention. Usually the operator chooses the disguise, but the TARDIS can be automatically set to scan the target area right before materialisation and select a disguise that will hide it. The shell of has a very slight vibration that can be detected with the right equipment.

Main Doors
The Main Doors serve as the primary entrance/exit of the TARDIS' interior Micro-Universe. They are found only in the Control room. The connection between the interior and the Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell is achieved with differential layer-slippage to create the minimum of user involvement in the mathematical sub-structure. There is also a mechanical lever on the console that can be used to open the doors. They can be set to automatically close if no one is in the Control Room. It is impossible to open the doors without first shutting off the force fields that protect the main doors. Dematerialising while the Main Doors are still open can result in crewmembers being sucked into the Space-Time Vortex and disintegrated by the Vortex's winds. If the Door were opened while the TARDIS was traveling in the Vortex, an emergency system would initiate an Automatic Emergency Landing.

Dimension Vector Generator
The component of the ship that makes it dimensionally transcendental, by connecting the Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell with the interior Micro-Universe. Removal of this will collapse the TARDIS' interior, making it the same size on the inside as the outside.

Force Field Generator
Defense System
When activated, gravimetric shields surround the TARDIS and protect against almost any electro-magnetic radiation, physical, electrical discharge, sonic, magnetic, gravitic, psionic, and chronon forces. It can even deflect the blast from a starship's planetary bombardment missile. When they are active, the TARDIS can withstand the destruction of a planet and the surface of a quasar or a neutron star. The defense fields for the Main Doors are on a separate circuit, which normally must be switched off for the doors to be opened. Thus it is possible to enter or exit the TARDIS while all parts of the Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell (except the doors) are protected. The main force field acts to filter the air if the Main Doors are open. With some difficulty, the field for the doors can be extended beyond the TARDIS' Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell. This can be used to create a pressurized area or corridor with a range of about ten meters.

Hostile Action Displacement System
Defense System
As a four dimensional entity, the TARDIS is able to detect (and sometimes respond to) exterior dangers before the danger manifests itself. If the HADS has been enabled, then the relocation device will automatically dematerialise the TARDIS if its Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell is threatened. It will travel forward in time up to one hour to escape. It will then materialise in a random spot within one mile of its previous location. The system's settings sometimes need to be adjusted as it can be over sensitive. The HADS have an emergency manual override control.

Main Door Locking Mechanism
Defense System
The TARDIS' Main Doors are protected by a double-curtain trimonic barrier, which is controlled by the Primary Threshold systems. The lock is electronic and uses a meson projection system to read the Trimonic Cypher-Indent Key to ensure that it has the correct crystalline molecular structure. If the structure is correct, the Threshold Systems unlock the outer doors. Another security measure is a '21 position lock.' When it is enabled, the locking mechanism extends out of the shell and presents the user with 21 different key holes. If the wrong key hole is used, the whole mechanism fuses. Using the Master Control Console, the Doors can be double-locked from the inside. The TARDIS' safety functions will not allow dematerialisation while the Key is still in the locking mechanism. If someone tries to cut out the Lock, then a defense mechanism will destroy any mechanical saw blades in a flash of blue light.

Trimonic Cypher-Indent Key
Defense System
This key "unlocks" the double-curtain trimonic barrier that protects the Main Doors using its unique complex crystalline molecular coding. The Key must be inserted into the Locking Mechanism to open the Main Doors. The Key will glow and grow hot when the TARDIS is about to materialise nearby. The key will also vibrate when near the key-hole.

Vortex Shields
Defense System
These shields help to protect the TARDIS whilst travelling in the Space-Time Vortex from any dangers within it.

Banshee Circuits
Defense System
In an emergency, the Banshee Circuits allow the TARDIS to use any resources available (including people, places, dreams and memories) to ensure the survival of the capsule and its bonded operator. If necessary, parts of the TARDIS' interior will dissolve into viscous metallic liquid as the spacship diverts resources to the Molecular Stabilizers. In certain extreme situations, the TARDIS will dematerialise as soon as the operator enters the ship. The Banshee Circuits also serve as the Flight Recorder.

The Cloister Bell
Defense System
The Cloister Bell is a signal to the crew as a warning that they are in immediate danger. In short it is a call to battle stations. Though it is located in the Cloister Room, the Bell can be heard from anywhere in the TARDIS. Normally controlled by the Protyon Unit, the Cloister Bell can also be rung from the Control Room by crewmembers.

Isomorphic Security System
Defense System
If the system is activated, then only the symbiotically-linked operator may use the Master Control Console.

Materialisation Safety Selector
Defense System
When enabled, this system prevents the TARDIS from materialising around or embedding itself in an object and automatically chooses a secluded and reasonably safe materialisation site. This selection is based on data collected one micro-second before re-materialisation begins. The Selector can be fine tuned to prevent the TARDIS from materialising on the edge of a cliff, or even on planets where the local technology falls below a pre-selected level. As with most systems, the operator has the option of overriding the Selector.

Temporal Grace Circuits
Defense System
This system can instantly contain and prevent chemical, beam, projectile, and psionic weapons from penetrating or being used inside the TARDIS' Control Rooms.

Astrosextant Rectifier
Sensor System
After materialisation, this device will attempt to confirm that the TARDIS has arrived at the correct coordinates.

Sensor System
The Scanner consists of a collection of thousands of instruments designed to gather information about the environment outside the TARDIS. Chief among these is the visual signal, which is displayed on the Scanner Screen found in the Control Room. The Scanner's Image Translator, located in the Master Control Console, interprets the absolute positive value of the coordinates to create the visual image. Using an infrared or a traditional searchlight it can provide color images of the exterior even in total darkness and has a maximum magnification of 200. Other sensors built into the Scanner (but on a separate circuit from the visual signal) include audio circuits (to relay sound), gravity detectors, magnetic field sensors, magnetic compass, metal detectors, radiation detectors, transmat beam detectors, absence detectors, a hyperspatial-mass sensor, infrared sensors, low-light sensors, and terrain mappers. The Atmosphere Analyzers can help identify a G-Type environment and are hooked to a dial that will indicate if the air quality will be fatal to humanoids after a few hours of exposure. There is a display light on the console that warns the crew if the outside environment is dangerous. It also has a Seismic Scanner that predicts local volcanic stability over short periods of time. The Scanner can also be reconfigured to focus on psionic resonances Active Sensors use detector beams and have a range of about 100 miles. When Scanning Mode is enabled, the core inside the Main Rotor spins. The scanner has an interstitial beam synthesizer that is essential to its operation. It can even be pre-set to visually locate specific items. The Scanner is keyed to its operator's brain pattern and can track their biodata movements over at least a mile or two. If the Scanner is used while traveling in the Space-Time Vortex, a three-dimensional representation of the Vortex Wormhole will appear on the screen. The scanner is usually deactivated during travel in the Space-Time Vortex. Data collected by the Scanner (especially the visual signal) is usually displayed on the full-color Scanner Screen which is located on the wall of the Control Room. This screen can also be used to display data from the Master Control Console. Images and data presented on the Scanner Screen can be manipulated with a light pen. It can also be refocused with some difficulty, to show the interior of various rooms within the TARDIS.

The Helmic Orientators
Navigation System
Slide controls found on the Master Control Console for setting the Space-Time Coordinates

Fast Return Switch
Navigation System
A component that, when activated, returns the TARDIS to the approximate location and time of the previous landing site.

Directional Processor
Navigation System
It takes the Space-Time Coordinates for departure and arrival and converts them for travel through the Space-Time Vortex.

Automatic Drift Control
Navigation System
This device allows the TARDIS to automatically stabilise its position in Hover Mode, thus reducing its chance of crashing.

Navigation System
This device is fitted to the Guidance System and Directional Unit. When installed it, uses a random field frame to ensure that the destination coordinates are random. It also keeps the TARDIS from getting a lock on galactic zero center. Every time it is activated, the operator must input a random seed setting. This seed number is the basis of the improbability algorithms. The Randomizer can be overriden by deactivating all of the TARDIS' travel circuits and inputting space-time coordinates.

Protyon Unit
Environmental System
The Protyon unit serves as the Central Cortex Element and functions as the brain and soul of the TARDIS. It is made up of morphologically unstable living organic matter that takes the form of a massive room filled with hazy golden-orange gas, with a mental capacity far beyond the mortal brain. The unit enables the TARDIS can think in a manner similar to a machine, but not like a mortal.

Symbiotic Relationship Circuits
Before it can be piloted, the TARDIS, at the discretion of its Protyon Unit, will form a symbiotic bond of transcendent biomechanics with a being of its choice. As part of the process, the TARDIS idiosynchronises itself to the chosen being's metabolism, giving them a quasi-symbiotic control of the TARDIS.

Architectural Configuration Program
Environmental System
The Architectural Configuration Program controls the interior space allocation. Since the TARDIS' rooms and corridors are made from mathematical building blocks, its architecture can be remoulded. The operator can exert direct control of the interior architecture, designing things as he sees fit. The Protyon Unit's matter generation technology is used to generate custom designed modules (aka Storage Rooms) and upgrade modules which are then linked (via space-time bridges called Dimensional Junctures) to the Core Service Module. Using these Matter Control Projectors that surround the Core Service Module, the Dimensional Stabilizers can control any add-on modules. Using Dimensional Junctures, the rooms don't even have to be connected in any logical or mappable fashion. Multiple doorways can lead to the same room, and a single doorway can lead to two different places depending on which way you walk through it. Using this Architectural Configuration Program the operator can lock or unlock any door in the TARDIS interior from the console. Using the Architectural Coordinate Selector, specific rooms can be deleted. Deleted rooms can either be jettisoned into the Space-Time Vortex or they can be converted into Vortal Energy.

Atmopshere Monitoring Subsystem
Environmental System
This system uses the Relative Dimensional Stabilisers to control the type and amount of atmosphere pumped into the TARDIS. The Subsystem has an automatic-cleaning device so used air is recycled, purified, and reclaimed by the Automatic Oxygen Supply System. It automatically adjusts the internal temperature and humidity for the comfort of the crew.

Auto-Cleaning Systems
Environmental System
The TARDIS' autocleaning system uses Block Transfer to remove all unnecessary dust, mud, and debris from its interior. If the operator desires, the systems can be balanced to allow dust and cobwebs to gather in disused rooms. The Autocleaning systems' Laundry Circuits automatically repair, clean, and iron any clothes left overnight in the sleeping quarters.

Auto-Gravity System
Environmental System
This system can use the Internal Gravity Compensators to create a stable gravity field within the TARDIS regardless of the exterior gravity field. Normally this system automatically adjusts the gravity, within reason, while in the Space-Time Vortex to acclimatize the crew to the local gravity of the destination. The gravity can be manually controlled and the setting of individual rooms can be configured separately. The Internal Gravity Compensators also act as inertial dampers to prevent serious damage due to acceleration/gravity disruption. It should be noted the system is not foolproof, and injury or death can still result from bad falls.

Translevel Communications System
Communication System
This system incorporates all of the TARDIS' communications devices, such as the Telepathic Circuits, Scanner, Voice Integrator, Telepathic Induction Circuits, Emergency Transceiver, Audio Units and internal communication systems. Using this system, the TARDIS can receive and translate any type of communications. Its computers can also process and intelligently sift though these transmissions looking for specified data. After materialisation the TARDIS records all of a planet's radio signals and stores this information is filed in the Data Bank.

Voice Integrator
Communication System
The Voice Integrator conveys a telepathic gift of translation, allowing its operator and crew to understand any language. A switch beneath the console controls the translation circuit. Right before materialisation, the TARDIS will scan a planet's broadcast communications to create a database for translations. The Telepathic Circuits will determine the local language as soon as the TARDIS has materialised. It will then provide a very sophisticated and very accurate two-way translation for the TARDIS' crew by telepathically altering the crew's brains so that they perceive the local language as being their own native language. It will appear to the natives that the TARDIS' crew can speak any language. The effect is so seamless that inexperienced members of the TARDIS' crew might not even notice that they can suddenly speak and understand alien languages. Some even have difficulty telling the difference between thought and speech. If a user is aware of how the Voice Integrator alters their mind then they can, with significant concentration, bypass its effects and hear the language as it actually sounds (and see the text as it actually appears). A fully functional Integrator will automatically alter the crew's names so that they sound normal to local aliens. It will also alter the crew's dialect to match whichever regional or cultural group they are currently speaking to at the moment. Conversely, the translated speech of local aliens is often given an additional accent in order to convey the alien's social class or educational level. The Integrator can't translate extremely primitive languages without assistance from the Animal-Language Translation Circuits. New languages are stored in the Language Bank for future reference. The Voice Integrator can translate any vocal language because the speaker has a mind that can be read. The Integrator's setting can be increased to translate written text if desired.

Emergency Transceiver
Communication System
This communications system is used when the telepathic circuits are unsuitable or unavailable. It gathers non-telepathic signals through the Receiver Grid. The sensitivity is such that the Emergency Transceiver can receive television broadcasters. The Transceiver can be used to hack into wireless computer networks, satellite communications, and cell phone networks. This device also allows the TARDIS to jam all but the strongest non-telepathic communications signals.

Pedestrian Infrastructure
The interior of the TARDIS is made up of a mix of exitonic circuitry and Block Transfer mathematics. The Pedestrian infrastructure makes up the habitable interior of a the TARDIS' internal quasi-dimensional continuum. All rooms (aside from the 15 power rooms and the control room) are classified as Storerooms and make up the bulk of the pedestrian infrastructure. On average, there is a room for every 3 meters of corridor or service tunnel. The interior is organized by level, sector, tunnel, and room number. There are at least 12 levels which can be reached with stairs or lifts. The interior of the TARDIS is incapable of holding an object that is several miles across without extensive Block Transfer modifications. Due to random dimensional feedback, the interior layout of the TARDIS often changes slightly.

Control Room
The Control Room features the hexagonal Master Control Console, the ship's Scanner mounted upon one of the walls, the Main Doors, allowing access to the outside via the outer plasmic shell, and access to the other rooms contained within the TARDIS.

Living Quarters
Storage Room
These rooms are assigned to the TARDIS' crew as needed, containing beds for crewmembers to use and adjacent bathrooms. The lights are controlled by voice commands. Clothes are cleaned by the Auto-Cleaning Systems.

Bath Room
Storage Room
The mirrors are holographic. The taps dispense water at the precise rate and temperature desired. Bath Rooms have Zero-G Jacuzzis and antigravity Ultrashowers, which spray high-pressure water and muscle oil to both clean and massage the user. The Bath Rooms are also equipped with Autorazors that can shave a humanoid face, provide excellent customized haircuts, and style and set a crewmember's hair in less than five minutes. Bath Room Number 14 contains a large swimming pool. This room has a separate gravity control and super-buoyant bath water, so drowning is almost impossible.

Infinity Chamber
Storage Room
The Infinity Chamber is a room that can project a pandimensional hologram of a galaxy or the entire Universe at any point in its history. The Chamber on the TARDIS' maximum resolution is on an orbital scale. The complex neural net that makes a segment of the TARDIS' Intuition Circuit is connected to this chamber. A smaller relay console can be found here that allows the operator to pilot the TARDIS.

Dimensional Induction Chamber
Storage Room
This vast dimensional viewing room uses trans-temporal projection to show the environment outside the TARDIS.

The Library
Storage Room
This vast Library takes up dozens of rooms, and each of these rooms has two shelves, which are a couple of miles long and tall. A brass ladder or spiral staircase provides access to the upper levels.

The Manual Room
Storage Room
This small library contains the thousands of manuals required to cover every aspect and detail of the TARDISs's operation, including the 726 page long Service Manual and the TARDIS' Technical Index.

Storage Room
This workshop is fully equipped to construct and repair many types of devices. It can even be used to constructdimensionally transcendental cubes of any size, and dimensional pockets. However, the cubes can interfere with the TARDIS' dimensional stability.

Storage Room
This room is the size of a school assembly hall. It has computers, charts, shelves of books, and four large workbenches. Attached to the Laboratory is a lead-lined room filled with samples of radioactive isotopes. Among the numerous devices in the lab is a psycho-telemeter, which can use a sample to trace the origin of an object, a particle accelerator, oscilloscopes, lasers, electron microscopes, a holographic magnifier, a dimensional revisualiser, advanced DNA testing equipment, and a scanner capable of identifying life-forms smaller than a single proton.

Storage Room
This multilevel room contains a vast amount of clothes, which are organized alphabetically by planet and period. A spiral staircase provides access to different levels.

Artificial Jungle
Storage Room
This jungle includes crumbling stone temples, and pools of goldfish.

Medical Bay
Storage Room
The Medical Bay contains the Advanced Diagnostic Terminal. This device consists of overhead medical scanners for studying the patient and extensive data files on advanced medical techniques. It is capable of providing excellent medical advice and instruction for almost any type or infirmity. The ADT can be programmed for by a qualified medical expert to provide service for other races. It takes only a few minutes for most mortal skin wounds to be healed and minor damage can be fixed in seconds. Fingernails can be re-grown easily. The Medical Bay's Operating Theater contains a blue Surgical Containment Web with lasers that cut away damaged flesh and remove implants. Organic polymers are then used to replace missing flesh while nanites then enable the reconstruction of body tissue, including missing limbs. If the original limb is available it can be reattached. If an emergency is expected, the TARDIS can be flooded with healing nanites, which will begin providing aid instantly. In such a case the nanites would work with the Temporal Grace Circuits and can even neutralize many types of poison. The TARDIS can also supply Vortal Energy to help its pilot, if ailing. The Medical Bay is equipped with a Quarantine Bay and the Cell Regeneration Vault. The Cell Regeneration Vault is a coffin like cabinet that absorbs almost all types of radiation from its patient. The treatment causes the subject to feel a burning sensation. It can take days to heal a severally irradiated person.

Sleep Room
Storage Room
This Room is often used to treat medical conditions that prevent restful sleep. It is equipped with a bed and a Neural Dampener that induces sleep. On setting 8, the Dampener prevents the subject from dreaming.

Memory Storage Area
Storage Room
Any Block Transfer object made by the Protyon Unit is manifested as a "real" object. Those objects that are not in use are put in the Memory Storage Area. This vast room is filled with off-white, non-functional, copies of every object stored in the TARDIS' data core.

Shell Room
Storage Room
Every time the Chameleon Circuit creates a new Exo-Chronoplasmic Shell to disguise the TARDIS, a duplicate of the shell is stored in the Shell Room. It should be noted that even if the Chameleon Circuit suffers a complete system breakdown. The Shell Room will continue to collect new unused shells every time the TARDIS materializes.

Information Systems
These easy to access systems include the Information Banks, Data Core, Data Banks, and Memory Store. The Master Control Console contains an Informational Panel designed to provide access to this information. Once booted up, all of the data can be retreived via an Index File, which is displayed on a computer readout by typing "IF". Further data is recalled using key word searches.

Molecular Stabilisers
Emergency System
These are used by the TARDIS to repair itself when it is damaged; during this time, the control room is deprived of oxygen. These can only be activated manually.

Emergency Dematerialisation Lever
Emergency System
If the lever is thrown, the TARDIS with immediately dematerialise into the Space-Time Vortex.

Emergency Rescue Lever
Emergency System
In the event that the symbiotically-linked pilot is drifting free in space or the Space-Time Vortex, it will use the Space-Time contours to automatically lock onto the linked pilot. Once the link has been made, a crewmember or passenger upon the TARDIS can pull the lever, causing it to materialise around the pilot.

Automatic Systems Override
Emergency System
Actions that have a good chance of destroying the TARDIS or its crew are automatically prevented by the main computer. This function can be overridden at the crew's own risk using the Automatic Systems Override.

Fault Locator
This device reports on the status for all of the TARDIS' instruments in coloured alphanumeric codes: green for normal, yellow for standby, red for malfucntioning. This takes ten minutes to complete.

Food Machine
This machine dispenses food in the form of tablets, pills, wafers, and bars upon paper plates. Liquids are produced in self-sealing bags or wax paper cups, with all beverages except water coloured light orange. If given a small sample, the Food Machine is capable of replicating the flavour, texture, colour, and shape of any type of food.

Currency Machine
Once a materialisation point has been set, the TARDIS scans its database for the currencies in use at the location of materialisation (if applicable) and programs the machine to dispense any currency in use there.