Stationary data collection terminal
LANpoint 7, newest addition to Intelligent Instrumentation’s LANpoint family of open architectured rugged data collection terminals, includes the Microsoft Windows CE operating system running on an Intel X-Scale processor.
LANpoint 7, newest addition to Intelligent Instrumentation’s LANpoint family of open architectured rugged data collection terminals, includes the Microsoft Windows CE operating system running on an Intel X-Scale processor. AutoID computer is designed for demanding industrial, manufacturing, and supply chain applications. Terminals are powered by an Intel XScale 400 MHz RISC processor, provide non-volatile storage expandable to 500 MB, and have standard Ethernet 10/100BaseT and optional IEEE 802.11b/g wireless connectivity. Waterproof, dustproof cases withstand dusty, dirty, and spray down environments. Web-enabled system administration tools, a range of software programmability, and a selection of installation and accessory features simplify implementation and system management. Terminal is available with touch and non-touch displays.
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