The iX104 holds up to everything you can throw at it while you're on the go, but how do you dock it while in your vehicle? Xplore's Rugged docking solutions help match the tablet with the mobile platform it's connected to, whether it's a fork lift or a frac truck. Xplore's newest docking solution combines design elements learned from military applications and applies them to a commercially viable product that will hold the tablet and maintain connectivity regardless of vibration, shock, or the elements.
Xplore's newest dock, the xDock Pro, is composed of a glass filled polymer and latches on to the tablet the same way our military grade products do: so it won't let go, no matter what. It's "grab and go" capability allows you one hand activation/release and supports ALL generations of the iX104 tablet. And it's lightweight.
Couple this sturdy dock with a variety of available Docking Interface Modules (DIMs) to match your connectivity with the mission at hand, whether that's complete I/O connectivity including custom General Purpose I/O (GPIO) for sirens or emergency lights, door activators, or emergency toggles.
The Wirelss DIM provides uninterrupted connectivity brought about in severe vibration situations exacerbated by heavy condensation. This special proximity network allows connectivity to the I/O attached to the dock without even physically connecting to a port ensuring peripheral integrity regardless of the situation.
Key Features and Benefits
- New glass filled polymer body for improved durability
- New twist release mechanism. Option for a wing lever release available as well
- Holds Tablets better in shock and vibration
- Utilizes tight fit mechanism to achieve maximum security
- Incorporates a tamper proof key lock
- Utilizes engineered glass filled resin for improved durability
- Includes 3 USB ports, with 1 port on the side and 2 rear ports, allowing maximum flexibility
- Built-in cable retention allows for continuous connectivity
- External antenna pass-thru
- Increased connectivity with VGA, Serial, and Ethernet ports give a wide variety of options to be implemented
- GPIO allows for input and control of external devices