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Trimble Nomad 1050 Rugged Handheld Computers

Trimble Nomad 1050 Rugged Handheld Computers


The Trimble Nomad 1050 series includes a lithium-ion battery with more than 15 hours of continuous use, 8 GB storage, and a high-resolution, sunlight-readable VGA color display.


  • Includes Windows Embedded Handheld (WEHH) 6.5 software to run a wide range of third-party software
  • High-resolution, sunlight-visible VGA display shows graphics and maps in crisp detail
  • Meets MIL-STD-810F military standard for drops, vibration, humidity, altitude & extreme temperatures
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The Trimble Nomad 1050 rugged handheld computer’s many built-in capabilities make it easy to collect, maintain, save and transmit data in the field. It provides all the features mobile workers need, including: a lithium-ion battery with more than 15 hours of continuous use, 8 GB storage, and a high-resolution, sunlight-readable VGA color display to show images, maps and data in crisp detail.

For communications, Nomad offers a full range of integrated wireless capabilities from Bluetooth to optional 3.75G dual-band GSM/CDMA connectivity. The Nomad 1050 includes Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 office software for field compatibility with most back-office applications. Take advantage of the customization possible with USB and Serial ports, SD slot, boots, caps, and integrated options. Use it wearing gloves and still collect data and maintain your datasets with speed and ease.

The Nomad 1050 boasts an advanced Trimble GPS antenna design which reads the full constellation of satellite signals plus SBAS. It gives 2-4 meter positional accuracy, with GPS acquisition in seconds, and works under thick canopy, in canyons or near tall buildings; ideal for both rural and urban data collection requirements. The 5 megapixel camera software captures high resolution images for maintenance and repair applications. Photographs and videos can be geotagged and the information shared immediately for better business intelligence in real-time. The 1.0 GHz processor has the power you need for advanced application work, with Trimble’s optimized graphics processing, advanced caching, and proprietary high-speed journaling system.

The Nomad 1050 meets the updated MIL-STD-810G military standards for impact, vibration, humidity, altitude, and extreme temperatures - all while boasting an IP68 rating for dust and water. Tens of thousands of real-world users have proven time after time that the Nomad is more reliable and has a lower Total Cost of Ownership than consumer grade devices.

What's Included:
  • (1) Nomad rugged handheld computer
  • (1) AC charger
  • (1) Rechargeable Li-Ion battery module
  • (1) Standard CF-Cap
  • (1) USB Boot
  • (1) Package of two (2) screen protectors (ultra-clear)
  • (1) Stylus pen
  • (1) Stylus lanyard
  • (1) Hand strap
  • (1) USB data cable
  • (1) Users guide
  • (1) CD-ROM
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Trimble Nomad 1050 Rugged Handheld Computers NMDBNY-111-00 Nomad 1050 B rugged handheld computer, yellow. Includes 1.0 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 8 GB Flash memory & Bluetooth communications.
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Trimble Nomad USB Boot ACCAA-150 Nomad USB boot
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Trimble Nomad Ultra-Clear Screen Protectors ACCAA-350 Nomad ultra-clear screen protectors, pack of 2
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Trimble Nomad USB Data Cable ACCAA-550 Nomad USB data cable
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Trimble Nomad Military Case ACCAA-607 Nomad military case, black
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Trimble Nomad Battery Charger ACCAA-650 Nomad battery charger (spare battery and required AC charger not included)
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Trimble Nomad Vehicle Charger ACCAA-653 Nomad 12V vehicle charger
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Trimble Nomad Vehicle Mount ACCAA-752 Nomad vehicle mount
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Trimble Nomad Metal Stylus Pen ACCAA-800 Nomad stylus pen
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Trimble Nomad Stylus Lanyard ACCAA-807 Nomad stylus lanyard
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