Janam launches XM75 ruggedized mobile computer

Janam launches XM75 ruggedized mobile computer

janam-xm75

Janam Technologies introduced MX75, the newest addition to its XM series of key-based, rugged mobile computers.

With a 4.3-in. capacitive touch screen and backlit numeric keypad, the company says that the XM75 is specially designed for mobile workers who prefer keypad and touch screen functionality in the same device.

“A large segment of our customer base is looking for a key-based rugged mobile computer, not one of the many copycat devices with zero differentiation now flooding the market,” said Harry Lerner, chief executive officer of Janam Technologies. “Janam’s XM75 provides the best of both worlds for organizations that want a rugged mobile computer with a slim smartphone-like design, but don’t want to choose between a keypad and touch screen.”

Key facts about XM highlighted by the company include:

  • A weight of only 10 oz.;
  • Supports the enterprise-ready Android operating system with Google Mobile Services (GMS);
  • Offers a 2D imager for barcode scanning;
  • Offers 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth;
  • Includes IP67 sealing and the ability to withstand 5-ft. drops to concrete;
  • An optional trigger handle accessory is available for comfort and convenience in scan-intensive environments;
  • Comes with a two-year warranty.

 

You May Also Like

Phillips introduces Rear-Vu universal backup camera for commercial trucks

Phillips says the Rear-Vu Backup Camera offers low latency, a 170-degree wide angle and over 50 feet visibility.

Phillips-REAR-VU

Phillips Industries launched its Rear-Vu Backup Camera for the commercial trucking industry. Phillips says Rear-Vu is designed to be equipped to any trailer, and features a proprietary WiFi connection that extends more than 70 ft.

Phillips tells us Rear-Vu integrates with any ELD navigation system, with automatic over-the-air firmware updates. Additionally, the company says the camera has a 170-degree wide viewing angle, more than 50 ft. of visibility behind the trailer and ultra-low latency of less than 0.25 seconds for real-time viewing. It can also be used continuously while driving, allowing drivers to monitor traffic behind them.

Hexagon Agility, Brudeli announce CNG/RNG system integration with PowerHybrid technology

The setup enables the powertrain to switch between hybrid modes, providing flexibility for fleets to operate with different energy options.

Ford to provide charging infrastructure for city of Dallas

As part of the agreement, Dallas will install Ford Pro chargers at city worksites and use Ford Pro smart charging software.

Accelera showcases new technology at ACT Expo

“We now have over 1.5 billion miles in the field on our e-mobility products,” Amy Davis, president of Accelera, said.

ACT Expo 2024 kicks off

Day one keynote speeches came from executives at Volvo, Tesla, and more.

Other Posts

Noregon TripVision now covers medium-duty vehicles

According to Noregon, the update brings TripVision’s remote diagnostics to medium-duty brands including Ford, GM, Sprinter, Isuzu and Hino.

Advanced safety technologies: A tool in driver acceptance

As ADAS technology continues to advance, driver education on vehicle safety technologies becomes ever more critical.

Stoughton, Electrans announce Auto Connect compatibility

The companies say the system can connect truck and trailer air, 7-way electrical, communication, camera and sensor lines, all in 7 seconds.

Stoughton-auto-connect-coupler-trailer
Penske’s Catalyst AI compares fleets in real time

Penske aims to improve the time consuming practice of manually planning fleet decision off of annual forecasting and benchmark reports.

Penske-Catalyst-AI-Truck