Mobile computers from BARTEC setting new standards for efficiency and security
In close cooperation with Zebra, BARTEC has developed the MC 92 Mobile Computer for global use in potentially explosive atmospheres, based on the successful MC 9000ex range. The device range enables complex applications to be executed, processes to be simplified and productivity boosted. Whereas barcode scanners are used for the classic collection of data, the MC 92 also offers wireless data exchange and direct further processing of data in the field.Read more
EFFICIENT AND SECURE DATA COLLECTION
In close co-operation with ZEBRA, BARTEC has developed the MC 92 mobile computers for global use in potentially explosive atmospheres on the basis of the successful MC 9000ex range. The devices make it possible to carry out complex applications, simplify processes and boost productivity. Whilst the barcode scanners are used for classic data collection, the MC 92 offers wireless data exchange and the MC 95 additionally has a
telephone function and an built-in camera.
Barcode and RFID logging
The barcode scanners read 1D, PDF and 2D barcodes. The mobile computers read all barcodes, irrespective of which are in use, and offer an appropriate scan engine with 1D/2D imager engine at a distance of up to 12 m (MC 92 Long Range). In the area of RFID readers, UHF is also available in addition to the LF and HF versions. Furthermore, the mobile computers offer a combination of barcode scanner and RFID reader in one device.Read more
Devices for all areas
With the familiar environment of Windows® Mobile, the mobile computers are very user friendly. The MC 92 can optionally be supplied with Windows® CE or Android.
The real time data exchange via WiFi or Bluetooth is convenient, saves time and
improves work processes.
International approvals such as IECEx, ATEX and UL certificates guarantee the global
use of devices. The MCs are available in either the BRICK or GUN version. Long
operating times are guaranteed both by the optimised power management and the
automatic switching off using a motion sensor.