ACCAA-707

Trimble Nomad Office Docking Station

Trimble Nomad Office Docking Station

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The Nomad Office Docking Station provides an easy way to ensure your Nomad computer is automatically recharged and ready for each work day.

Features

  • Recharges the battery when a Nomad is placed in the unit
  • Fast and secure Ethernet connection for synchronizing field data
  • Supports USB host, USB client and DC power input
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The Nomad Office Docking Station provides an easy way to ensure your Nomad computer is automatically recharged and ready for each work day. Featuring a fast and highly secure physical Ethernet connection, the Office Docking Station allows mobile workers to quickly synchronize field data with central office data servers. This capability is particularly useful in industries such as utilities, agriculture, materials handling and field service where large data sets are common.

The Nomad Office Docking Station recharges the battery when a Nomad handheld is placed correctly in the unit. Also, in addition to an Ethernet port, the Docking Station supports USB host, USB client and DC power input.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Trimble Nomad Office Docking Station ACCAA-707 Nomad office docking station (requires USB docking boot)
$295.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Trimble Nomad USB Docking Boot ACCAA-156 Nomad USB docking boot for office docking station
$95.00
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