Rugged vehicle mount computers are designed to endure demanding environments such as warehouses, docks, industrial manufacturing and seafood processing plants. This rugged functionality is tied up in a user-friendly PC like experience.
|The AML KDT900 Data Terminal is perfect for shop floor applications such as Job Costing and Work-in-Process. The compact size of the kiosk (just 5.75” x 6.625” x 2”) means it can be mounted on a work bench but take up little space. It has a 5.6” VGA monitor, three USB ports to accommodate a barcode scanner and other peripherals, and comes with power-over-ethernet or wireless standard. The KDT900 runs Win CE and Internet Explorer, and it’s low cost.|
|The MR650 from Unitech is designed to be a compact Time & Attendance and Access Control terminal. It’s powered by Windows™ CE.NET 5.0 and has a 5.6” touchscreen. Input options include a barcode slot scanner, a magnetic stripe reader, proximity card input and fingerprint reader. Network connections include power-over-ethernet or wireless.|
|The Windows™ CE-based 8515 Vehicle Mount terminal from Psion has a full PC-style alphanumeric keyboard, a 6.4” VGA display and 2-way speaker/microphone with Push-to-Talk using VoIP. The 8515 is designed for warehouse environments, so is shock & vibration resistant, has a 5% to 90% non-condensing humidity spec and is IP65 – resistant to dust & water spra|