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Cedar CT5 Rugged Handheld Computer

Cedar CT5 Rugged Handheld Computer

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With GPS, the Android OS, and wireless radios and voice communications, the CT5 is ready for nearly any field application.

Features

  • Lightweight, rugged handheld with voice and data
  • Ingress Protection: IP68 waterproof & dustproof
  • Shock/Drop: Up to 3' (0.91 m) to concrete
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Brought to you by Juniper Systems, the Cedar CT5 Rugged Handheld gives you the rugged durability you need at a price that you won’t bat an eye at. The CT5 takes on big upgrades over its predecessor to provide you with a new and improved Android 6.0 operating system, faster, more powerful processing capabilities, longer battery life, greater memory, and more. And with thousands of available apps to choose from, the CT5 is ready and waiting to get to work.

The Cedar CT5 Rugged Handheld helps you work smarter and more efficiently with its lightweight, compact design (even slimmer than the earlier CT4), and its tough, IP68-rated durability for serious protection against dust and water. You’ll also notice the enlarged display size, providing improved visibility to reduce eye strain.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Cedar CT5 Rugged Handheld Computer 26580 CT5 rugged handheld computer. Includes Android 6.0, 3 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, 5 MP front/13 MP rear camera, IP68 rating, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$499.00
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