CipherLab Presents the New Dedicated Mobile Computer

— February 10, 2014

CipherLab has introduced the 8600 series mobile computer with the CipherLab Operating System (COS), specifically designed with top durability in mind for the demanding needs of warehouse, distribution center and manufacturing industries.

The 8600 series’ rugged features also have the optional hard shell that gives extra protection and ease of grip. The LCD display is covered by a polycarbonate panel protector for extra protection from hits and accidents.

Weighing 240 grams, the 8600 series also comes with WLAN 802.11 b /g / n and Bluetooth 4.0 that delivers real-time data transmission. Its flexible designs include swappable keypads of 29 or 39 keys that can be switched when the users see fit. The 8600 series comes equipped with a modular system which provides various combinations of charging / communication cradles and battery chargers.

Flexible design also assists in reducing the inventory level while providing more cost-effective re-configurations for end users. Additionally, it will also make repair and replacement process easier and quicker

Versatile reader options of linear imager, laser, 2D imager and option RFID allow for favorable fashions of data collection. Along with easy-to-use software tools, such as Forge Application Generator, Remote Console and Text Browser, the 8600 series facilitates easy startup and provide more efficient IT management.

The device is also rugged with IP65 standards, capable of enduring exposure to dirt, water jets, 1.8 m drops and 1,000 tumbles at 1 m. Keeping the demanding needs of warehousing & distribution center and manufacturing industry in mind, the 8600 series fuses functionality, ruggedness and mobility altogether. 

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