Seven-inch tablet is rugged for industrial and military use
Able to meet the tough challenges of wet, harsh and dirty environments, Chassis Plans has released a tablet, the rugged MTB-7, specifically for use by mobile workers in harsh environments.
The sleek package has the highest-rated protection against water, dirt, smoke and dust (IP68 and Mil-STD 810G), says Chassis Plans. TheMTB-7 supports a range of challenging military and industrial applications, such as oil and gas, agriculture, construction, public safety and factory automation.
There is the option running Windows 10 or Android. The MTB-7 provides powerful functionality for mobile data collection, with a large, seven-inch, extra-bright PCAP touchscreen display for easily viewing maps or images, and all-day battery power for up to 15 hours of on-the-go use.
With a full Windows operating system, the entire data collection process can be carried out from start to finish, says Chassis Plans. Capture a photo or record a video, input field notes using a stylus or a keyboard, or capture a GNSS location, and then analyse the data collected using the tablet. Alternatively, data can be transferred to another computer or network using the optional docking station. The system includes options for 4G LTE modem, bar code reader, RFID, cameras and GPS.
Chassis Plans is a manufacturer of computers, LCD displays, storage arrays that are designed and assembled in the USA for military and industrial applications. Chassis Plans was founded in 1997 and serves the Department of Defense (DoD) and industrial markets. All Chassis Plans products are assembled in the USA, and are ISO 9001:2008 certified and ITAR registered.
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