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That is a far wider range than the conservative 41 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit generally listed for consumer electronics, and means the AT can be used in all but the most extreme climates. Overall, the AT feels robust and well built. Below are a few other apps that come in handy and show what the AT is capable of doing. IP65 totally dust-proof, protected against arid pressure water jets from all directions.
We used a 16GB Kingston card, and it instantly showed up, ready for use. The halves are secured together via eight small Torx-type screws. That’s the bad news, and one can only wonder what caused Microsoft to keep things this basic for so many years. They also offer an exceptionally long list of options and add-ons to get a device just right for a customer’s application, and so we jumped on their offer to gets some hands-on with one of their premier RFID-enable, pistol grip-equipped keypad handhelds.
The display measures 3. Base unit WiFi, 1D laser scanner: That’s quite a bit for a handheld. It’s all quite arcane, and decisions as to what OS should be used will almost always depend on intended application and legacy IT frameworks for more on Windows CE 6.
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The AT has a resistive touch screen, a time-tested technology still relevant in the field where it may rain on the display or people wear gloves, but very different from the effortless multi-touch tapping we’re used to now. There’s a significant market for these kinds of machines, and getting a bite of it is lucrative business. C Systems threw the gauntlet with the claim that the AT beats the industry standard Motorola MCG in many areas, including size, cost and RFID performance, let’s take a quick look at how the two compare: Systems AT data sheet.
You can zoom in and out, do exposure compensation, rotate the picture, and turn an LED illuminator on and off. The optional pistol grip comes in handy for extended scanning tasks. To the left is what appears to be a Honeywell Adaptus SR standard range 2D imager with its circuit board.
The module very securely screws onto the AT This can greatly extend battery life, though it can also be annoying to have to wake it up all the time. It usually contains nothing but the icons for a few basic functions. Below you can see some of the basic screens of Windows CE. ACC does not provide a tumble spec while Motorola does. There’s a 2D imager scanner or an optional 1D laser. The good news is that after all is said and done, there’s still nothing that provides full and totally reliable interoperability with existing Microsoft enterprise infrastructure and enables the use of the ubiquitous Microsoft development tools thousands programmers are familiar with.
Almost everything else is a la carte—no need to pay for functionality not needed on a job. The difference in price can be substantial, in part because engineering and manufacturing something that can truly stand up to abuse is expensive, and in part because sales of rugged equipment are usually at a much lower level than those of standard consumer products.
Below the scanner is the tiny camera assembly. The grip can also accommodate a second battery for additional battery life. Microsoft redesigned the kernel, you can run larger and more complex apps, and there’s a new files system that supports larger storage, larger file sizes and also removable media encryption.
The display is recessed a bit, but resistive touch screens are inherently susceptible to impact damage, so at the very least we suggest screen protectors. The AT is solid and very robust.
But then why not at least Windows Mobile, which is a somewhat more human-oriented interface sitting on top of Windows CE? Blickenstorfer, March A.
As far as the operating temperature range goes, the device can be used within a range qt870 to 50 degrees Centigrade -4 to Fahrenheit. It can also survive drops up to five feet.
Since Windows CE devices, including the AT, are instant-on, it’s generally good practice to have the device quickly go to sleep when it is not used. That’s because if you drop handheld computing equipment, it’ll fall from approximately four feet centimeters. For data entry, the AT offers a number of options. And there’s the availability of RFID, either built-in for That adds up to another It can, according to A.
According to ACC Systems, the main battery is good for 12 hours on a base unit with the 2D barcode imager based on scans in one work day. Probably because as long as just functionality matters, might as well go with the most basic and purest form of an OS where it’s simpler to provide exactly the functionality needed for a job, nothing more and nothing less.
Below you can see screenshots of the onscreen keyboards and Transcriber. That’s certainly a very nice feather in ACC’s cap. The AT has a dedicated phone button on its a870, and that’s because it can be used as a phone.
In the AT, O-ring seals press against the battery to provide that seal, so care must at8700 taken to keep those seals clean and undamaged. So short of being immersed in water, the device should be to handle any and all exposure to liquids. There are six programmable function keys and two more on the right side of the unitan integrated navigation diamond, and you can toggle key functions from lower case alpha to upper case alpha and numeric.
Likewise, we’d like to see ESD and regulatory data, all of which may or may not be required arid make a purchase decision. Also, the AT’s 3.