The xDock Pro is composed of a lightweight yet durable glass filled polymer and latches tightly to the tablet for secure mounting in vehicles or fixed locations. "Grab and go" enables one hand activation/release. Couple this sturdy dock with a variety of Docking Interface Modules (DIMs) to match connectivity with the mission at hand, even including custom General Purpose I/O (GPIO) for sirens or emergency lights, door activators, or emergency toggles.
- Hassle-free “grab and go” hot docking and removal
- Glass-filled polymer body for improved durability
- Excellent resistance to shock and vibration
- Key lock for security
- 3 USB ports – 1 side, 2 rear
- VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, Serial ports
- Dimensions & Weight: 13.75" W x 12.13" H x 3.63" D (34.9 x 30.8 x 9.2 cm)
- 3.8 lbs (1.6kg)
- Operating Temperature: -20°C to +60°C (Tablet): Cold boot within 15 minutes. MIL STD 810G, Method 501.5, 502.5, Procedure I and II.
- Storage Temperature: -51°C to +71°C. Unit is not operating (Tablet with Dock). MIL STD 810G, Method 501.5, 502.5 Procedure I and II.
- Thermal Shock: -51°C to +71°C within 15 min. Unit is not operating (Tablet with Dock). MIL STD 810G, Method 503.5, Procedure II- Cyclic.
- Relative Humidity: 3% to 95%; non-condensing humidity; 23°C to 60°C. 5 cycles of 48hrs. Unit is operating (Tablet with Dock). MIL-STD 810G, Method 507.5.
- Minimum Integrity Vibration: Category 24 | Unit is not operating (Tablet with Dock and Vehicle Kit) | MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6, Procedure I
- Vehicle Vibration: Vehicle Vibration Testing | Unit is operating (Tablet with Dock and Vehicle Kit) | MIL-STD-810G, US Highway Truck, Method 514.6, Procedure I
- Functional Shock: 20G operating | 40 g non-operating (peak); 11 ms, saw tooth | 6+/- shocks x 3-axis=18 shocks | 40G not operating (Tablet and Dock) | MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure I
- Crash Shock: 75G (peak), 6ms, saw tooth, 2+/- shocks x 3-axis= 65 shocks. Unit is not operating (Tablet and Dock). MIL STD 810G, Method 516.6, Procedure V