Motorola (formerly Symbol Technologies) introduces a new wearable mobile computer and scanner system for high-performance computing in extreme environments. The WT4000 series is designed for warehouse customers that require hands-free operation in areas such as order picking, receiving, replenishment, loading, maintenance and repair. In addition, it is suitable for logistics applications, including package sorting and handling.
Worn on either the wrist or the hip, these mobile computers allow users to move freely to scan data, access business-critical information, and accurately perform data entry in real time. The new computers also offer headset support for voice picking. The WT4000 system is built to withstand the rigors of everyday use in the most demanding environments, including dusty warehouse floors and cold storage freezers. The computers feature an IP-54 sealing rating and are able to withstand four-foot drops to concrete across a range of operating temperatures. They support voice-only, text-only and combination voice and text applications.
Motorola's new RS309 and RS409 scanners deliver high-performance scanning and accurate reading of both poorly printed and damaged bar codes. The RS309 wearable scanner is positioned out of the way on the back of the hand. It delivers a wide scan range and also provides protection from condensation when moving between freezer and non-freezer environments. The RS409 ring scanner allows freedom of movement and versatility in scanning, picking and sorting applications. The scanner is lightweight and rugged and can be worn directly on the finger or over a gloved hand.
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