The Scepter mobile computer brings the “big screen” to the rugged mobile device marketplace. With a 5″ LCD it offers the largest display available on any non-tablet device. A larger display is beneficial for reviewing more data and faster task completion. The Scepter has various barcode scan engines such as 2D barcode scanning capabilities. Powered by Android, the Scepter is perfectly suited for either cloud-based or on-premise inventory management systems, using modern terminal emulation clients or the onboard web browser.
It’s also rich with a variety of options such as a pistol-grip handle, multiple keypad options, and a variety of barcode scan engines to accommodate different application requirements. Specifically designed for industrial applications, the Scepter defines ruggedness and reliability, and raises the bar when it comes to performance.
The Scepter was engineered for manufacturing and warehouse barcode scanning applications, and more specifically, for inventory control tasks. The oversized 5″ LCD offers plenty of screen space to accommodate more viewable data, especially for web-based applications. The added capability of long range barcode scanning makes the Scepter the ideal choice for distribution centers and with 2D barcode scanning capability, any barcode can be read in any orientation. While Windows-based barcode scanning devices are being retired in the industrial markets, rugged handheld computers running the Android operating system are the most ideal replacement devices.
The Scepter is the perfect all-day, multi-shift mobile computer for virtually any data collection application.
Designed specifically for challenging environments such as Manufacturing, Distribution, and Warehousing, any task is performed with ease using the Scepter.
Users tasked with all-day use of a mobile computer will appreciate the engineering put into the American-Made Scepter. The model equipped with a pistol grip handle weighs in at 2 pounds (680g) and is extremely well balanced over the handle, making for comfortable operation even over long stretches of time.
The 24.8 watt-hour battery will last up to 8 ½ hours based on scanning a barcode every 10 seconds and the integrated flashlight is a pleasant convenience in those dark corners of the warehouse. When it comes to the fundamental needs of the warehouse worker, we’ve thought of everything… and the result was the Scepter.