Regardless of whether you are a small or medium-sized business, or in an emerging market, or if your field workforce is repairing equipment, writing sales or picking up and delivering shipments, they all have one thing in common — they are your daily touch point with your customers. How fast and how well they perform their jobs directly impacts your revenue, customer satisfaction, customer retention — and the cost of your labor pool. The MC45 is the affordable way to give your workers the real-time information they need to get the job done right, right on the spot, preventing lost sales — and lost customers. Your workers get the sleek consumer styling and one-handed operation they expect, along with the features, durability, security and manageability your business demands.
Series Mobile Computer
From the sales floor to the backroom, the Motorola MC2100 Series Mobile Computer has what it takes to affordably automate the capture of inventory data right at the point of work. And while the MC2100 is value priced, you get many features usually found in more expensive mobile computers. You can count on best-in-class processing power, rugged design, superior ergonomics, flexible data capture options, enterprise-grade push-to-talk (PTT), centralized management and the ability to create cross-platform, operating system-agnostic applications.
The Motorola MC9500-K raises the bar for premier rugged mobile computing, incorporating breakthrough ergonomic design and features to support the most demanding field mobility applications. Truly in a class of its own, this groundbreaking device is as different on the inside as it is on the outside. Building on Motorola’s signature MC9000 Series, the MC9500-K delivers a more rugged design, more data capture options, true WAN technology independence and application flexibility through customer-swappable WAN subsystems and keypads, more processing power and a game-changing approach to battery and backroom management — all in a lighter, sleeker and easier-to-use form factor.
The Motorola MC9190-G mobile computer is more rugged, more powerful, has a higher resolution display, better scanning performance and more scanning options than its predecessors. The next evolution in the highly successful MC9000 Series gives your workers the ability to process information and take action quickly and accurately, even in the harshest of environments.
Motorola’s MC9090-G handheld RFID reader gives your workers the ability to capture a comprehensive range of data — from RFID tags and bar codes to images — with this flexible multi-function handheld RFID reader, which reads data in remote areas where fixed RFID readers can’t reach.
Single device simplicity translates into simpler and cost-effective mobility architecture with fewer devices to purchase, support, and manage. And whether your workers are on the manufacturing floor, in the warehouse, on the loading dock or out in the yard, the rugged design ensures reliable performance.
Scanners are a key tool for your employees, helping them do their work faster and easier. But for those employees who also need to view and key in data, it might not be enough.
The MT2000 Series combines the simplicity of a scanner with the intelligence of a mobile computer, providing advanced 1D/2D bar code, DPM and image capture, as well as the ability to key in and view data. 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth, corded and batch connectivity options provide the flexibility to meet a wide range of applications, and the ergonomic yet rugged design offers comfortable, reliable operation throughout your environment.
Built on the .Net platform for easy application development, the MT2000 Series also comes pre-loaded with inventory software and an MCL client to facilitate porting of new and legacy applications.
Building on the successful MC3000, the new Motorola MC3100 Series brings cost-effective mobility and user comfort to key-based applications within the four walls. The rugged and ergonomic MC3100 offers advanced computing power and data capture capabilities, enhanced security and enterprise class motion sensing capabilities. MC3000 users will require virtually no training on the MC3100. Because the MC3000, MC3100 and many other Motorola mobile computers share a common architectural platform, porting existing applications to the MC3100 is fast and easy. And compatibility with existing MC3000 accessories provides a seamless upgrade path to the latest in mobile computing.
Handheld RFID Reader
The MC3190-Z is a business-class handheld RFID reader designed specifically to extend the benefits of RFID beyond industrial spaces and into customer-facing and business environments.
It starts with the signature rugged design and high performance that Motorola industrial handhelds are known for, and adds an advanced, high efficiency Motorola RFID reader engine for faster read rates and higher throughput.
Add a groundbreaking new orientation-insensitive antenna and the result is a highly versatile device that is at home in customer-facing environments–from retail stores and healthcare facilities to the office.
This advanced mobile computer is small, lightweight and rugged and is designed for applications and environments requiring high-quality data capture and high-performance real-time computing. Customize this device to the specific demands of individual jobs, allowing employees to complete their work faster and with better results. The well-balanced brick form factor is ideal for scan-intensive environments, offering the best in comfort for workers throughout an entire shift.
The MC3000 excels at bar code scanning and wireless mobile computing within retail stores, warehouses, on loading docks, postal routes or any location demanding application performance and ruggedness
Improve the service levels in your ticketing, secure transactions, and identity asset management applications with the MC75A HF and Near Field Communications (NFC) based processes.
Now you can give your mobile workers one device that can replace six devices and deploy a feature set that includes an HF RFID reader/writer, 3.5G WWAN, mobile computer, bar code scanner and imager, GPS, and 3.2 MP camera.
Buying fewer tools gives you more features and functionality to reduce the capital, complexity and operating costs of enterprise deployments.