DAP Explains IP Ratings Against Water

Last week we posted a video put together by DAP technologies on how IP ratings work in regards to dust. This week, we have video on how IP ratings work against water, one of the most dangerous elements for electronic devices. In the following video, DAP discusses IP ratings and why it is important to use industrial grade devices in rugged environments to ensure greater ROI from your computers.

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DAP Explains IP Ratings Against Dust

Here is a great video that DAP Technologies put together explaining how IP ratings work and why protection against dust is important.

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Considerations When Going Wireless in Your Warehouse

Going wireless in your warehouse, according to NOP World Technology, can increase company productivity by up to 27%. In a survey by Intel, they noted that it only takes 11 minutes of increased productivity per employee per week to pay for the average cost of deploying a wireless system. That’s only about two minutes per day. With quick ROI and improved productivity, it’s no wonder companies are increasingly turning to WLAN as the solution for their warehouses.

If you are thinking about taking your warehouse wireless, the investment can sometimes seem intimidating. So before you take the leap, take a look at this list of the pros and cons of going wireless in your warehouse.

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Motorola Unveils the DS3500-ER Series Scanners

Early February Motorola unveiled the new DS3500-ER Series of scanners, a family of barcode scanners comparable to the LS3408-ER scanners.  With both near and far scanning as well as 1D and 2D barcode reading capabilities, the DS3500-ER is an ideal data collection solution for warehousing as well as many other industries.

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The SG20 Barcode Scanner from Intermec

Intermec recently announced the release of the SG20 family of barcode scanners with highly responsive 1D and 2D scanning technologies.   Its features include 50 times greater motion tolerance than competitive scanners, either Bluetooth cordless or corded connectivity, a large multi-color LED light,  and omnidirectional scanning.

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