RAM Announces Powered Docking Mounts for Intermec CS40

— January 24, 2011

RAM has launched a new docking device for Intermec mobile computers.  RAM offers a complete line of docking stations for portable devices. The powered dock for the Intermec CS40 Mobile Computer has been built with both the device and the user in mind. Easy to insert and remove from the spring loaded cradle, the CS40 can be kept safe, secure, and is ready in countless environments. Installing and using RAM products at workstations or in vehicles can help to reduce the risk of damage to your Intermec investment

The RAM dock offers an external power supply that can accept 12-28VDC input via the cigarette lighter in the vehicle. The USB Type A connector can run a client device and the micro USB connector enables ActiveSync to a PC. The serial (RS232) interface provides connectivity for on-board Telematics or vehicle monitoring equipment. The RAM Intermec CS40 dock is form-fitting and compact, which is helpful when space is at a premium. With full access to everything, the RAM powered docking mount insures you get the most out of your Intermec CS40 Mobile Computer.

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