Motorola MC3000 Handheld Mobile Computer

Motorola Updated: 2008-08-21 RSS
Motorola MC3000 Handheld Mobile Computer

The gun configuration of the MC3000 handheld mobile computer is small, lightweight and rugged for applications requiring high-quality data capture and high-performance real-time computing. Customizable to the demands of each jobs, it allows employees to complete their work faster and with better results. The pistol grip is ideal for scan-intensive environments, maximizing comfort for your workers throughout a shift.

This device is ideal for bar code scanning and wireless mobile computing within retail stores, warehouses, on loading docks, postal routes and any location demanding application performance and ruggedness.

Well-balanced gun form factor
Comfortable to use in intensive scan environments for prolonged periods.

Visual scanning feedback on the sides
Provides visual in addition to audio feedback without having to reorient the device.

Light, ergonomic design
Reduces user fatigue for higher productivity in scan-intensive applications.

320 x 320 resolution color/mono display (with backlight)
30% higher resolution than 1/4 VGA allows easy viewing in many environments for increased accuracy.

Wireless 802.11b/g/a LAN connectivity
Provides real-time data exchange for maximum productivity.

Bluetooth option
Enables use of and wireless connection to a range of devices.

Rugged design
Withstands multiple 4-foot (1.2-m) drops to concrete and up to 500 tumbles.

IP54-rated sealing
Protects against water and dust for reliable performance in rough environmental conditions.

Intel® XScale PXA270 processor and Microsoft®  Windows®  CE operating system
Delivers high-speed CPU performance through familiar interfaces with wide software application support.

Keyboard options include 28, 38 and 48 keys
Provides multiple data entry modes for maximum efficiency.

Device management with Mobility Services Platform (MSP)
Enables real-time monitoring of critical mobile computer and wireless infrastructure parameters.

WLAN: IEEE 802.11a/b/g

Application development: Motorola SDK

Notices and Disclaimers: See footnote

Data capture options: 1D Laser: reads 1D bar codes Options: 2D Imager: reads 1D and 2D bar codes omni-directionally DPM Imager: reads data matrix marks,applied by dot peening, laser etching,molding, stamping or casting methods to multiple substrates including metal, plastic,or glass
Memory (Flash/RAM): 32MB RAM/64MB ROM, 64MB RAM/64MB ROM, 128MB RAM/64MB ROM
Processor (CPU): IntelXScale PXA270 @312MHz or 520MHz
Windows CE: Yes

Display resolution: 3" display with 320 x 320 resolution
Expansion slot: SDIO
Gun configuration dimensions: 193 x 80.8 x 166 mm L x W x H
Gun configuration weight: 18.59 oz. (527 gm); 19.6 oz.(555 gm) with Bluetooth

Laser safety: EN 60825-1, IEC 60825-1, 21CFR1040.10
RF exposure: 787,788,789,790

Charging temperature: 32° to -40°F (0° to -40°C)
Drop specification: Multiple 4-ft (1.2-m) drops to concrete across operating temperature
Electrostatic discharge (ESD): +/-15kVDC air discharge; +/-8kVDC direct discharge; +/-8kVDC indirect discharge
Humidity: 5% to 95% non condensing
Operating temperature: Monochrome: -4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C) Color: 14° to 122° F (-10° to 50° C)
Storage temperature: -22° to 160° F (-30° to 70° C)
Tumble specifications: 500 one-half meter tumbles at room temperature (1,000 drops)

Frequency range: 802.11a - 5 GHz, 802.11b - 2.4 GHz, 802.11g - 2.4 GHz
Output power: 100 mW international, 100 mW US