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Trimble’s Yuma 7 – Everything you Need in a Rugged Tablet

Posted February 24, 2019
Trimble Yuma 7 in use by a field worker

The Yuma 7 rugged tablet was designed to deliver productivity in the places you need it most. Small enough to carry but big enough to take the knocks, the Yuma 7 was contrived for the mobile field workers in mind. The Windows 10 Pro operating system allows users to move seamlessly from both field and office applications. Designed with powerful and dependable system capabilities that include 4G mobile data connectivity, wireless communications and broad peripheral support; all aimed to get the job done faster and in the places users need it most. Empower your Yuma 7 with optional modules for your daily operations. Scalable and flexible, the  Yuma 7 comes with two module bays that can be paired with EMPOWER modules deliver the perfect combination to field data capture in nearly any industry and application. The EMPOWER modules offers a barcode imager, barcode imager/ RFID combo, and a sub-meter GNSS reciever module. Furthermore, the Trimble Empower Developer Program allows 3rd party developers to create innovative module solutions for a more customizable device and future- proofing your device for any future applications.

Trimble’s rugged tablet provides the perfect combination of size and robustness to survive the rigors of real-world use. With a MIL STD-810G and IP68 rating, the Yuma 7 rugged tablet was purpose built to perform in any environment, hot or cold, wet or dry. The rugged tablet was constructed with dual Lithium-Ion hot swappable battery packs to work anywhere users need to as long as they need to.

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Yuma 7 Features

  • 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD (EMMC).
  • 10 Point Capacitive multi-touch with rain mode.
  • Daylight Readable
  • Rear 8 MP Auto-Focus Camera with a Front 2 MP Camera
  • Full Charge in 3.5 hours, 80% Charge in 2 hours.
  • Two Trimble EMPOWER module slots. (RFID/ Barcode or GNSS module)
  • Included Accessories in the Box: Battery, AC Power Adapter, Stylus with tether, and Screen protector.

Users shouldn’t have to compromise their mobility for productivity, with Trimble’s Yuma 7 they won’t have to. Invest in equipment that is destined to last for years. With the type of work that outdoor operations demands, go with the quality that you can trust. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how the Yuma 7 can help you in your daily operations.

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Trimble’s Juno T41 Now Supports UHF RFID

Posted February 17, 2014

Trimble has introduced the Juno T41 rugged handheld computer with integrated Ultra-High Frequency RFID capabilities. In addition to high-speed 1D/2D barcode imaging technology, smartphone capability and enhanced, real-time 1-2 meter GPS accuracy, the Juno T41 series now offers new models that provide more functionality and configuration choices for data collection and mobile workforce management, Trimble said.

The RFID capability can be combined with Enhanced GPS and/or smartphone connectivity so customers can choose a specific handheld model that meets their needs.

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The Trimble Juno T41 Now Shipping with Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”

Posted June 27, 2013

2013-06-27_1037The rugged Trimble Juno T41 has seen a major OS update with a new version of the Android Operating System, Android 4.1 (“Jelly Bean”).

Even though it will improve the user experience,  provide more security options, better battery efficiency, and a more robust Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities,  the upgrade to Android 4.1 will not increase the cost of the unit.

Trimble has also integrated several additional features to support software applications and ease development time: Assisted-GPS, USB tethering, and USB host capabilities from JAVA for easier integration with hardware peripherals. With the move to Jelly Bean, there is a new minimum RAM requirement. All T41 devices will now ship with 512MB of RAM. The 256 MB option is no longer available, for either Android or Windows Embedded Handheld (WEHH) configurations.

The Juno T41 now provides all the possibilities and conveniences of a consumer mobile device but in a rugged design making it the ideal work tool for any environment. Ensure your mobile device investment with a device you can depend on today and well into the future.

For more details or to order a new Juno T41, contact us at Barcodes Inc.

The New Trimble Yuma 2 Rugged Tablet Computer

Posted November 1, 2012

Trimble introduced the Yuma 2 rugged tablet computer-a powerful mobile computing solution that provides full office capabilities in the field for construction, transportation, public safety, field service, forestry, utilities, mapping, insurance and any other outdoor or service-related industry.

The Yuma 2 offers a 7-inch capacitive multi-touch screen in an easy-to-hold form factor that measures 6.3 inches x 9.6 inches, and weighs less than three pounds. Featuring new display technology for even clearer readability in direct sunlight, the Yuma 2 can be used by mobile workers in the brightest outdoor conditions. The 3.75G dual-mode cellular data capability enables connectivity anywhere GSM or CDMA cellular networks are available.

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Trimble Nomad Now Available with a UHF RFID Reader Option

Posted July 27, 2012

Trimble announced a new UHF RFID Reader accessory for its Nomad rugged handheld computer. 

The Trimble ThingMagic Reader supports reading and writing of EPC Global Gen2 tags which are commonly used for asset and inventory management. The UHF RFID Reader accessory is designed to withstand drops, vibration, humidity, extreme temperatures and immersion, making it ideal for challenging environments.

“The Nomad has been a very successful rugged mobile platform, supplying field workers with a robust tool for data capture and navigation,” said Jim Sheldon, general manager of Trimble’s Mobile Computing Solutions Division. “The RFID Reader further extends the Nomad’s capabilities and offers enterprise management more options in its use.”

“Similar to the widespread integration of GPS into today’s positioning solutions, we believe RFID is a natural complement to many asset management applications and Trimble solutions,” said Tom Grant, general manager of Trimble’s ThingMagic Division. “Integrating high-performance RFID technology into high-value products like the Nomad delivers a strong platform for next generation productivity applications.”

The UHF RFID Reader is available in two variations: one for use in Europe, and the other for use in the U.S., Canada and most of South America. The Reader is based on the best-in-class ThingMagic M5e Compact UHF RFID module, and includes device drivers and a Software Development Kit to enable systems integrators to add RFID capabilities to their mobile applications.