The Intermec FlexDock modular docking system brings an ease to mobile-computer docking and charging. Bases provide multiple options for data communications and/or charging, and a common interface between cups and bays allows flexibility within a single dock base. You can tailor the dock to meet specific needs, such as: supporting a single type of mobile computer or battery, a mix of mobile computer types, or even a combination of mobile computers and battery packs, all within the same dock.
Docking made simple
The Intermec FlexDock is a uniquely scalable, modular docking system for Intermec products, giving users the flexibility to design the docking system that best suits their needs, as well as in the future. "Daisy chaining" capability allows up to 10 bases to share a single host network port, significantly reducing cabling requirements.
Future-proof designProduct Highlights
When it's time to upgrade mobile computers, FlexDock provides an extremely cost-effective means of preserving the customer's infrastructure investment. Cups for the mobile computers and battery packs can easily be snapped into existing bases. No more "rip and replace" or costly installation and rewiring necessary - just snap and go. The FlexDock design is also forward-looking - as Intermec mobile computers, printers, handheld scanners, and other devices are introduced, FlexDock cups will also be developed, providing customers with even more convenience in storing, charging, and communicating to their mobile devices.
- Modular and extensible design - field-replaceable cups allow for field configuration or reconfiguration of the FlexDock base to match changing needs
- Future-proof design protects investments in docking-system - computer-technology refreshes only require exchange of computer and battery cups
- Designed for large-scale deployments - small footprint allows for high density docking solutions, leveraging standard 19-inch IT racking solutions
- 100Base-T Ethernet daisy-chaining capability - reduces installation costs while simplifying Ethernet infrastructures