Cedar CT8 Rugged Tablet Computer

Boasting a lightning-fast Qualcomm processor, Android 8.1, and a bright high-resolution display for clear outdoor visibility, the Cedar CT8 is an impressive tool for mobile data collection and communication.

Features

  • Runs Android 8.1 and utilizes Google Mobile Services
  • Integrated GPS with 1-5m accuracy depending on conditions
  • 8-hour battery life with swappable lithium-ion battery
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Cedar CT8 Rugged Tablet Computer28222 CT8 rugged tablet computer. Includes Android 8.1, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, dual front/rear camera, IP68 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$999.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Cedar CT8 Rugged Tablet Computer
28222
CT8 rugged tablet computer. Includes Android 8.1, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, dual front/rear camera, IP68 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$999.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28354 Geode GNS2 GPS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$1,632.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28355 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$2,032.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28357 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
$2,183.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28356 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 10Hz data output
$2,433.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28358 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 10Hz data output
$2,583.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Geode GNS2 GPS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$1,632.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28355
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2,032.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28357
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2,183.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28356
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 10Hz data output
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2,433.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28358
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 10Hz data output
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2,583.00

Processing Power
The high-speed processor driving the CT8 makes it the most powerful Cedar tablet yet. The lightning-fast Qualcomm processor inside the CT8 provides impressive processing speeds, display performance, image quality, and more.

Versatility of Android
Running Android 8.1, the CT8 utilizes the Google Mobile Services to access and run an abundance of applications available on the Google Play Store. This versatile operating system pairs with the powerful Qualcomm processor to give users speed and functionality throughout long workdays.

GNSS Capabilities
Built to utilize the powerful u-blox M8 GNSS chip, the CT8 provides precise GPS positioning for geo-located data collection. While many consumer tablets produce data accurate to within 3-10 meters, the CT8 produces data accurate to within 1 meter in open skies and 5 meters under a dense tree canopy.

Battery Life
The swappable lithium-ion battery packed in the CT8 provides a steady 8-hour battery life, ensuring a productive workday doesn't end because of a dead battery. The battery can be swapped with an additional battery for another 8 hours of battery life.

Sleek and Rugged Design
Providing a step up in durability from consumer devices, the CT8 is rated IP67 – resistant to water and dust. While the CT8 is rugged to the core, its lightweight exterior still sports a sleek ergonomic design.

The rugged design excels in harsh conditions. The CT8 can operate in temperatures ranging from -4 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 C to 60 C), withstand multiple 1-meter drops to concrete, and the CT8 features an ultra-bright 8-inch touchscreen layered with Gorilla Glass.

Affordability
The CT8 delivers durability at a budget-friendly price. Equip a large crew with the CT8 using Juniper Systems' quantity-based discount pricing or provide a quality product to one or two users. The CT8 is an affordable Android solution that meets rugged data collections needs.

Unbeatable Customer Care
Enjoy peace of mind knowing Juniper Systems supports every product with outstanding customer service. Juniper Systems' support team is eager to find a solution to any need. In addition to ongoing support, the CT8 comes with a one-year warranty.

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