This new in-vehicle cradle is for the MICROFLEX PC9800 and CE5000 series of handheld computers. The cradle is designed to meet the challenges of mobile data communication. DAP offers two different types of in-vehicle cradles. One model is solely intended for charging the handheld computers and while the other offers an additional capability for mobile data communication transfers. The devices are currently in production and are readily available.
These new in-vehicle cradles are specifically designed to provide mobile workers with the ability to charge their handheld units and/or receive/transmit information to and from their main office. The cradle is easy to install and features a latch, which firmly holds the handheld computer in place when inside the vehicle. Affixed to the rear of the cradle is a metal plate created uniquely for pedestal mounting, allowing flexible movement in all directions. The cradle offers RS-232 communication capabilities and can be used in temperatures ranging from +5°C to +50°C. Powering the cradle can be done simply by using a DAP in-vehicle power supply.
Made of resistant material, the cradle is recommended for use in demanding application environments (i.e., distribution, field services, transportation, logistics, etc.) and withstands the day-to-day vibrations and shocks that can occur during vehicle transportation.
DAP Technologies, 14502 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 227, Tampa, FL 33618-2072. Tel: 813-969-3271; Fax: 813-969-3334.