9700 Series is Built for Industrial Needs

— August 24, 2014

The new 9700 series mobile computer from CipherLab combines industrial ruggedness, flexible versatility and comfortable design. The device's new features provide reliability and adaptable modularity in harsh environments.

Suited for industries such as warehousing, distribution and manufacturing, the handheld is equipped with data reading capabilities that are specially made to excel within the four-wall environments.

"We are really proud of the 9700 series' data collection capabilities in difficult environments. Our versatile reader options including 1D laser, 1D extended range laser, 2D imager, and near/far 2D imager are at your service," said Steven Liau, Chairman and President of CipherLab.

Rugged Features
The 9700 series has the approval of IP65 rating to defend against water and dust, and is resistant to multiple 1.8 m drops onto concrete and 500 tumbles at 1 m.

It also offers 3 different keypad options for users to deploy as needed in different situations. In particular, the 53 alphanumeric key serves as an alternative for terminal emulation. Instant data transmission is made possible with both IEEE 802.11 a/ b/ g/ n with CCXv4 certified and Bluetooth Class II, V2.1 with EDR.

In addition, push-to-talk features voice transmission which enhances productivity under WLAN support. Paired with 2 different battery options in 3600 mAh and 5400 mAh, this maintains the efficiency through long operation hours.

Additional specs include:

  • Dimension: 214 mm x 87 mm x 47 mm
  • Display: 3.5" QVGA TFT Color LCD with LED backlight, Sunlight readable resistive Touch Panel
  • OS: Windows CE 6.0 R3 / Window Embedded Handheld 6.5.3
  • CPU: TI OMAP 3730 1GHz
  • Memory: 4GB Nand FLASH / 512MB DDR SDRAM
  • Expansion: Micro SD slot with SDHC support
  • WLAN: Cisco CCXv4 Certified IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • WPAN: Bluetooth Class II, V2.1 With Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)

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