Honeywell MX9 Mobile ComputerDiscontinued Replaced by: Honeywell CK71 Ultra-Rugged Wireless Handheld Mobile Computer
Honeywell MX9 Handheld Mobile Computer
To earn the “ultra-rugged” designation, a device must test to an IP rating of 67, a 6-foot drop to concrete, and a 2,000 cycle 1-meter tumble test. But the true tests of the MX9 don’t happen in a lab. The MX9 proves itself on the loading dock when workers use it as a hammer to repair a palette; when the farmer trusts it as his sole connection to suppliers; and across a widening spectrum of demanding conditions.
What kind of test will you subject the MX9 to? Use the WWAN radio and GPS to stay connected from the most remote locations. Take the MX9CS in the cold, where the built-in heater not only withstands -30°C, but in-and-out freezer transitions. Or try the MX9HL for peace of mind in hazardous locations.
IP 67 rated, 6’ drop to concrete, 2K 1m tumble test
- Goes Anywhere
With WWAN radio and GPS options
Fully mappable keyboard with 10 one-touch function keys
- PXA320 processor and Windows® CE 5.0 operating system
- WWAN radio with available built-in GPS
- Ultra-rugged IP-67, 6' drop, Class I Div II approved
- 802.11 b/g and a/b/g WLAN radio options plus Bluetooth
- Summit Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g