VC5090 Vehicle-Mounted Computer

Zebra Technologies


The VC5090 Vehicle-mounted Mobile Computer combines rugged construction and high performance wireless networking to enable real-time data access and collection in the harshest environments ‚Äî from the loading dock and freezer to the warehouse floor. 
Whether your workers are on a forklift, at a fixed station or moving through the warehouse aisles, the VC5090 Vehicle-mounted Mobile Computer provides the tools needed to increase productivity and reduce errors in shipping and receiving, as well as put-away and picking applications. The results are improved decision making, streamlining of warehouse operations — and a positive impact on your bottom line.
Common Symbol Architecture
Easily leverage applications developed for other Symbol rugged mobile computers with Intel XScale PXA270 @ 624 MHz and Windows CE 5.0 Professional, offering support for a wide range of applications, real-time processing and data storage needs. 
Integrated 802.11a/b/g WLAN 
Seamless integration with your existing WLAN for powerful real-time data visibility.
Rugged Construction 
Designed to withstand the most extreme environments, IP66-sealed aluminium housing and MIL-STD-810F military rating protect your investment and dramatically reduce downtime and repair costs.
Eligible for Service from the Start with Comprehensive Coverage 
Contract extends normal wear and tear to cover accidental damage to displays, touch screens and internal components; reduces repair costs. 
Standard Heater on All Models at No Extra Cost
Reliable operation in freezer/cold store/outdoor environments as low as -22¬∞ F/-30¬∞ C. 
MSP Compatible
Easy and cost-effective centralised remote management. 
Internal Antennas and Support for External Antenna 
Ensures robust wireless connectivity, even in challenging environments. 
WPAN: Bluetooth v1.2
Support for wireless printing and cordless scanning.

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