Ruggedized mobile computer in IP65 package



Jett-XL handheld computer from Two Technologies features a high-speed processor for fast information processing and comes in a rugged IP65-rated case.

Jett-XL from Two Technologies is billed as the “fastest, most powerful mobile hand-held computer.” Device features Microsoft Windows CE .Net 4.2 operating system and Intel PX@370 Xscale technology processor for fast (624 MHz) information processing.
Cased in a rugged IP65-rated package made of GE Xenoy, the unit is dust tight and can withstand exposure to jets of water. It has an operating temperature range of–20 to 50 °C and comes standard with 802.11b and Bluetooth technology. It has a USB port and choice of RS-232, RS-485, or RS-422 serial interfaces. WWAN/GPRS is available for wide area networking.
Computer is designed for a variety of data-intensive applications, such as machine control, inventory control, meter reading, transportation, and warehousing. Its backlit keypad is visible at night; 320 x 240 pixel touchscreen is readable in sunlight and high-glare areas. It has 64 MB SDRAM and 400 MHz and 128 MB secure internal memory; compact flash cares are permanently fixed inside.

—Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, Control Engineering,

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