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Mobile Computers
 
Overview
Features
Accessories
4-Slot Battery Charger

Charge up to 4 Li-ion batteries simultaneously, saving hassle and space.
4-Slot Battery Charger
Applicable Models: 8000 series, 8300 series

8300 Modem Cradle

Enables data access over a standard phone line and charges the mobile computer simultaneously. Support up to 56Kbps modem connection. Also connects to computer/host for data transmission via RS-232 or USB interface.

8300 Modem Cradle
8300 Series:
8330 Mobile Computer Wireless Light Industrial Mobile Computer with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

8300 Series Charging and Communication Cradle

Recharge batteries and connect with host for data transmission via RS-232 or USB interface.

8300 Series Charging and Communication Cradle
8300 Ethernet Cradle

Synchronize data remotely without a direct connection to a desktop PC using 10/100Base-T interface with LED indicators. Also recharges the mobile computer battery and connects with host/desktop for data transmission via RS-232 or USB interface.

8300 Ethernet Cradle
 
 
 
 
The 8330 instantly communicates with your servers through your Wi-Fi network to upload data, put orders in early and give everyone in the management chain access to timely, accurate information. Access handy, local Bluetooth devices, like printers, to document your activities as they happen. The 8330 is built tough and works hard through the longest shifts so you can get more done in less time for less money. The 8330 Wireless Light Industrial Mobile Computer helps keep your business moving all day and night.
IEEE 802.11b/g, 40 hours
Choice of linear imager, laser, or long-range laser reader
Energy-efficient design for up to 40 hours
Programmable vibrator / beeper to notify data capture and survives 1.2 m drops onto concrete
User-friendly interface and large, easy-to-read backlit LCD screen
Expandable memory up to 10 MB and supports a variety of C and BASIC programming
Survives multiple 1.2 m drops onto concrete

Australia