Rugged mobile computer

Janam Technologies' XG105 rugged mobile computer as a scan-intensive machine for demanding environments. Its laser barcode scanner has a range of up to 17 ft.

02/08/2012


Janam Technologies' XG105 rugged mobile computer as a scan-intensive machine for demanding environments. Its laser barcode scanner has a range of up to 17 ft. Courtesy: Janam TechnologiesJanam Technologies LLC released the XG105 gun-shaped rugged mobile computer. The XG105 augments the XG Series product line with laser-based barcode scanning that reads barcodes as far as 17 ft (5.2m) away.

Janam’s XG Series was designed for scan-intensive, extended shift use in demanding environments. With its battery in the handle, the XG Series line of products is incomparably light and balanced in the hand. It offers industrial-quality construction and efficiency-enhancing features such as pre-installed Wavelink Avalanche and TE, well-spaced keys and mobile DDR memory. The Series includes the XG100 with Honeywell’s Adaptus imaging technology and the XG105 with Motorola’s SE96X high-performance laser scan engine.

Janam Technologies LLC

www.janam.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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