Trimble Nomad

The Trimble Nomad outdoor rugged handheld computer has power and capabilities to help you do more in the field. The Nomad is extremely rugged, meeting rigorous MIL-STD-810F and IP67 standards for water and dust, yet is light and easy to carry. Featuring an 806 MHz processor, the Nomad also includes 128 MB of memory, a long-life 5200 mAh lithium-ion (Li-Ion) battery, a daylight-readable full VGA display, integrated Bluetooth, user-accessible CompactFlash (CF) and SDIO ports, plus I/O ports that include USB host/client and an audio jack. All units come standard with Windows Mobile 6 and are RoHS compliant.

The Nomad features a sunlight-readable color TFT touchscreen display. This allows for great viewability in sunlight when outside. This display is 480 x 640 pixels and has LED backlighting for increased viewability in low-light situations. The Nomad’s keypad also features backlighting for night use. It’s 2300 mAH Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack allows for up to 15 hours of battery life with active use when using default settings. The Nomad comes with a PDA or Numeric style keypad, depending on what use benefits the end user most. One of the many options for the Nomad is an integrated color, 2 megapixel resolution digital camera. Some other options include integrated 802.11 b/g wireless capability, Integrated GPS, and an Integrated laser 1D bar code scanner. The Trimble Nomad has a IP67 rugged rating for water, as well as sand and dust. It has an MIL-STD-810F rugged rating for water, drops, sand and dust, vibration, and Altitude.

With it’s rugged design and advanced technology, the Trimble Nomad is tough enough to withstand the toughest work environment.

Click here for more information on the Trimble Nomad.

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