The XT1 Rugged Mini-Tablet delivers all the technological advancements found in consumer devices with the mission-critical key features that enterprises require in a rugged tablet.
As the industry’s lightest and most powerful mini-tablet, the XT1 delivers superior performance without sacrificing usability. In addition to Android™ 4.2 operating system and a brilliant 5.9” WVGA display, it comes equipped with 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN radio with enterprise-grade security and advanced 3G WWAN cellular technology, ensuring reliable data communication both inside and outside the four walls. Integrated 2D scanning technology and a 5.0 megapixel camera allow mobile workers to accurately capture data, while lightning fast processing, motion-sensing accelerometer, high-sensitivity GPS and advanced power management provide on-the-go productivity.
The XT1 is certified for use in hazardous environments, is sealed to IP54 standards and can withstand multiple 3’/1m drops to concrete. Designed to excel in the most rigorous work settings, the XT1 supports demanding enterprise applications in field sales, field service, healthcare, hospitality and retail environments. It’s technology at work.
About the Manufacturer: Janam Technologies LLC is a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly. Janam combines deep industry knowledge with advanced technologies to deliver products with the right features and the right price. Purpose-built for extended use in demanding environments, Janam mobile computers are enabling companies worldwide to increase productivity, reduce costs and improve the bottom line. It’s technology at work.
|Operating System||Android™ 4.2.2|
|Processor||Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU @1.5GHz|
|Memory||1GB RAM / 16GB ROM|
|Expansion||User-accessible microSD card slot with SD and SDHC support|
|Power||3000mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery|
|Dimensions||7.8” L x 3.9” W x .5” D /200.5mm L x 99.3mm W x 14.7mm D|
|Weight||13oz / 370g including battery|
|Display||5.9 inch TFT WVGA (800x480)|
|Touch Panel||Capacitive touch screen|
|Operating Temperature||14º to 122º F / -10º to 50º C|
|Storage Temperature||-4º to 140º F / -20º to 60º C|
|Humidity||0% to 90% RH (no condensation)|
|Drop||Multiple 3ft / 1m drops to concrete on all sides across a wide temperature range|
|Water & Dust||IP54|
|Vibration||2.13 Grms from5Hz to 200Hz in all three axes, 20 minutes per axis|
|Electro Static Discharge (ESD)||+/- 8kV air; +/- 4kV contact|
|Sterilization||75% concentration alcohol rub|
|Audio||3.5mm headset jack; mono speaker; mono microphone; micro HD output (out)|
|Alerts||Vibration; LED indicators; audio beep|
|External Buttons||Power button; volume/programmable buttons|
|Imager||Honeywell N5600 with 2D Adaptus® Imaging Technology; 844 x 640 pixel CMOS area imager|
|RFID/NFC||Reads FeliCa, ISO14443 Type A, ISO14443 Type B, ISO15693 RFID tags in the 13.56 MHz range and all NFC card types|
|WLAN||802.11a/b/g/n/d/e/h/i/k/r PICS Compliant|
|Security||IEEE 802.1x; WEP; WPA/WPA2 (TKIP); WPA2 (PSK, AES); EAP-TTLS; EAP-TLS; PEAPv0-MSCHAPv2; LEAP|
|WPAN||Bluetooth v4.0 (BLE)|
|Motion Sensor||G-Sensor Accelerometer|
|GPS||U-Blox GPS and Assisted GPS|
|Camera||5.0 megapixel CMOS color rear-facing autofocus camera with user-controllable LED flash and 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera|
|Accessories||Single-slot cradle kits (Charging; LAN; USB)|
Six-slot cradle kits (Charging; LAN; USB)
Operating strap with adjustable grip
|EMI||FCC Part 15B; EN5502; EN55024; EN61000-3-2; EN61000-3-3|
|RF||FCC Part 15B and 15C; EN301 489-1; EN301 489-3; EN 301 489-7; EN301 489-17; EN 301 489-24; EN300 328; EN301 893; EN300 440; EN301 908-1; EN301 908-2; EN301 511; EN302 291-1; EN302 291-2; EN50566; EN62209-2; EN62479; EN50332|
|Hazardous Locations||UL Listing (US and Canada) Class I Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D|
Can I scan a barcode off a phone/tablet/computer screen?
Yes, but we suggest a scanner with a linear imager or 2D area imager scan engine because it can read barcodes easier & faster than a laser barcode scanner. A laser barcode scanner has to fight with the screen's reflection to read the barcodes while an imager takes a picture to decode the information.
How do I scan 2D barcodes?
You need a barcode scanner with a 2d area imager scan engine. Laser or linear imager barcode scanners will not work.
What is a 1D barcode and a 2D barcode?
- 1D is a category of barcodes with vertical black lines.
- Also known as linear barcodes.
- There are several fonts / languages of 1D barcodes.
- The longer the data, the longer the barcode becomes.
- 1D barcode is generally good for 8-15 characters.
- 1D and 2D barcode scanners can read 1D barcodes.
- Some popular 1D barcodes are: UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, Code 39, & Code 128.
- 2D is a category of barcodes. Usually square or rectangle shaped with black pixels inside.
- Can store up to 2,000 characters. (200% increase over 1D barcodes)
- There are several fonts / languages of 2D barcodes.
- Can only be read with 2d imaging scanners.
- Some popular 2D barcodes are: QR code, PDF417, & Datamatrix.
What is a high density scanner/imager?
Some devices can be equipped with a high density scanner or imager which will allow superior barcode scanning performance on very small linear barcodes (3 mil or 0.003"), plus the versatility to read other common linear symbologies
What is different about this tablet over popular Apple & Android tablets?
Popular Android and Apple tablets are not made for businesses in an industrial environment. This tablet is rugged, drop resistant, scratch resistant, and sealed to keep dust & moisture out. By using a ruggedized tablet you don't have to worry about a fragile (and expensive) piece of equipment being passed around your store/shop/warehouse/etc.
Ruggedized tablets may also include additional features not available in popular Android and Apple tablets like RFID reading capabilities and built-in-barcode scanners.
What is drop rating?
Drop rating is a rating that manufactures give to their device to indicate how rugged a device is against a drop on concrete/ hard surfaces. Tests are performed by dropping the device at a consistent height on concrete. The rating does not mean the device will be damage proof but does mean that the device will be highly resistant to catastrophic damage.
Example: A device that has a drop rating of 4 feet means it can be dropped on concrete up to 4 feet. A device dropped at 4 feet may receive scratches but will be highly resistant against a complete failure. A complete failure is still possible but unlikely if it was dropped at 4 feet. If the device is dropped at a height higher than 4 feet then the potential of catastrophic damage increases.
4-6 feet is the standard height for walking with a device since most drops happen at waist height. If a device has no or a low drop rating then the device is suited best for permanently staying on top of a large desk or counter.
What is IP ratings?
Ingress Protection (IP) ratings is the standard rating for sealing electrical devices against dust and moisture. You will see most IP ratings as IP65, IP54, etc. Each number has a specific meaning. The first number indicates the degree of protection from moving parts (fingers, tools, wires, etc.) and dust — ranges from 0 to 6. The second number indicates the protection level against moisture — ranges from 0 to 8.
|IP Rated Enclosures|
|First Digit (intrusion protection)|
|0||No special protection|
|1||Protection from a large part of the body such as a hand (but no protection from deliberate access); from solid objects greater than 50mm in diameter.|
|2||Protection against fingers or other object not greater than 80mm in length and 12mm in diameter.|
|3||Protection from entry by tools, wires etc, with a diameter of 2.5 mm or more.|
|4||Protection against solid bodies larger than 1mm (eg fine tools/small etc).|
|5||Protected against dust that may harm equipment.|
|6||Totally dust tight.|
|Second Digit (moisture protection)|
|1||Protection against condensation.|
|2||Protection against water droplets deflected up to 15° from vertical|
|3||Protected against spray up to 60° from vertical.|
|4||Protected against water spray from all directions.|
|5||Protection against low pressure water jets (all directions)|
|6||Protection against string water jets and waves.|
|7||Protected against temporary immersion.|
|8||Protected against prolonged effects of immersion under pressure.|
IP Ratings look like this: IP65, IP45, IP54, etc.
Example: An IP65 rating means it is totally dust tight and is protected from low pressure water jets.
A device with no IP rating means it is not intended to work around heavy dust and moisture.
What makes a device 'healthcare certified'?
Healthcare certified means the device has been covered in an antimicrobial plastic that can effectively prevent the build-up and spread of threatening bacteria and microbes. This includes the scan window, display surfaces, stylus, screws, wires, and plastic.
To be certified, each product is approved in a test lab to meet antimicrobial requirements. Antimicrobial surfaces provide effective protection but standard healthcare cleaning and disinfection procedures should still be followed. Healthcare certified devices are designed to withstand constant cleaning.
What Operating System (OS) should I use?
All mobile computer function with an Operating System (OS) — similar to an operating system on a computer (Windows, OS X, Linux, etc.) or smart phone (Apple, Android, etc.).
The functionality and applications available depends on what operating system you choose.
Windows Mobile / Embedded CE
This is the most flexible and feature-filled OS. Many third party applications are available from inventory, point of sale, banking, healthcare, and much more.
Windows Mobile is more common and can be found more in applications using cellular communication. Windows Embedded CE is lightweight & is preferred by developers making their own applications.
This OS is not the same as Windows on a computer which means applications that work on Windows 7 or 10 will not work on this OS.
This OS is the same OS found on consumer grade cell phones and tablets. Android is becoming a more and more viable option as an enterprise solution. For developers and users familiar with the Android OS, this can be a very cost-effective system to deploy. Depending on your application needs and your level of comfort with Android’s frequent updates, the OS presents some appealing cost and training advantages over competing platforms.
DOS / Propriety
Mobile computers with this OS can be found on basic mobile computers and will have very limited features. Available applications are limited to the manufacturer's library of applications or can be custom programmed with visual basic, C++, or propriety software. This OS is perfect for simple data collection or applications with simple functions.
This OS used to be the standard in mobile computers. There are still a few manufacturers that use this OS but applications are limitted. If you have Palm OS with a working application, this can be a cost effective solution.
Do you guys carry more products?
Yes! We are always trying to add more products from other popular manufacturers like Zebra, Brother, Sato, Motorola, and much more. In the mean time, please contact us for any questions, information, or pricing on a product not listed on this website.
Do you offer bulk discounts?
Yes, please contact us directly about bulk discounts on hardware, labels, ribbons, or software.
I see a typo/error/mistake — what should I do?
Please tell us! We're human beings and sometimes mistakes are made. If you spot a typo, error on data specifications, or something that looks out of place then please contact us. We'll do our best to fix our mistakes as soon as possible.
Is it possible to try a product before we buy it?
Please contact us for products to test. Some products may require having a credit card on file before shipping out a demo unit.
Where is the price?
Unfortunately, we are unable to list actual pricing due to restrictions. Fortunately, because of our partnerships with manufactures, we are able to offer amazingly low prices on many products. To receive the best price, please contact us and we will do our best to beat our competitor’s price.
To be honest, we probably won’t be able to beat everybody’s price but we promise that you’ll be happy with the solutions and services we can provide.
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