Mobile Computers for Cold Storage Where Harsh Environments Demand The Right Equipment
Cold Storage Mobile Computers Built to Perform in the Most Demanding Conditions
Where Harsh Environments Demand The Right Equipment
Unless mobile computers, barcode readers and wireless networking equipment have been designed with features required specifically for use in cold environments, the level of their reliability will fall right along with the temperatures.
Cold air, frost and condensation create a specific challenge for rugged mobile computing equipment. The insulation used to keep refrigerated and frozen storage areas cold also poses problems when it comes to wireless connectivity and battery life. Today’s cold storage mobile computers are built not only to withstand prolonged use in the cold, with robust battery life, but more importantly, are designed for transitioning between cold and warm locations.
Low temperatures don’t have to mean reduced reliability and productivity. Inovity can offer mobile computing solutions for cold-temperature environments such as cold storage, cold storage environments, freezers, ski resorts and other outdoor recreation, and harsh temperature/year-round field service.
Mobile Computers for the Cold Supply Chain from Industry Leading Manufacturers
Zebra Mobile Computers for the Cold Chain
Designed for the most extreme environments—subzero cold to exposure to splashing liquids, even environments with hazardous materials
Enterprise Class Android O with support through OS Q
New expanded range imager captures barcodes from as close as 3 inches up to 70 feet
Honeywell Mobile Computers for the Cold Chain
31% thinner and lighter than leading devices in the ultra-rugged class, designed for the most demanding environments—subzero cold to extreme heat and exposure to splashing liquids as well as hazardous conditions where non-incendive devices are a requirement
Faster chipset with Enterprise Class Android, with the longest lifecycle in the industry— support from Android O through Android R, plus additional security updates after Google’s last patch
EX25 Near/Far High-Performance 1D / 2D imager, scans as close as 6 inches up to 50 feet
Designed for warehouses, manufacturing, cold storage up to -30°C (-22°F)
The touch screen and scan window are equipped with heaters to support use for extended periods in and out of freezers
A 4″ WVGA large touch screen along with either a 38-key numeric or 51-key alphanumeric key pad
28 hours of battery life, supports three shifts on one charge with hot swap technology allows workers to change the battery without rebooting the device