10-20 (maximum capacity)
- Oxygen generators
- Gravity plating
- Inertia dampeners
- Heat shield
- Radiation shield
Detachment was used as a construction method when designing the class where it's components lacked a physical connection with one another but remained a unit through Magnetic seals generated by a Superconductor.
- Tractor beam emitter: The type features one forward tractor beam generator that projects a beam of attenuated gravity at a target thus allowing for the manipulation of its trajectory.
It is armed with a plasma wave emitter that projects an omnidirectional burst of plasma, which created an energetic wave that was nearly impossible to evade. The weapon was most useful when used against multiple small targets, as it allowed the Alice class to attack several targets at once.
The class is secondly equipped with one ventral positioned torpedo launch bank that shoots out self-propelled micro-torpedoes each equipped with plasma warheads. The complement of which is 8.
- Deflector shields: For protection, Alice class shuttles employ a deflector shield bubble comprised out of layered electromagnetic energy infused with gravitons which absorbs kinetic impacts and energy discharge.
The ship is equipped with a highly advanced cloaking device that was proclaimed "perfect." It emitted no tachyons and left no residual anti-protons, the two ways that a cloaked ship could be tracked and located.
The class is equipped with a 32nd century standard class 9B warp drive. It works by generating warp fields to form a subspace bubble that enveloped the starship, distorting the local spacetime continuum and moving the starship at velocities that could greatly exceed the speed of light.
- The warp drive allowed it to achieve the top sustainable cruise velocity of warp 9.975.
It featured a standard 32nd century impulse drive. The drive is nuclear fusion powered which fuels a massive magnetic coil to propel the ship. It is a form of magnetohydrodynamic or magnetoplasmadynamic thrusters.
The ship is primarily powered by a Matter x Antimatter reactor which generated enormous amounts of power through explosive collisions releasing pure light (energy) which is then harnessed directly into FTL systems and regulated through a matrix of magnets and dilithium.
It utilises one impulse reactor, fueled by deuterium, which utilises a nuclear fusion process to produce energised plasma that is then distributed to the systems.