JLT ready to present its robust computer


JLT Mobile Computers is increasing safety and workflow efficiency in the off-highway industry with its vehicle-mount display technology.

The robust 12-inch JLT6012 computer will be presented at the TOC Europe global container supply chain event in Rotterdam, the Netherlands next week.

Designed to be installed in trucks and forklifts, the compact system’s wide-range 9-60 VDC isolated power supply enables installation in most off-highway vehicles without the need for an external power adapter.

Capable of running Windows 10, Android or Linux, the computer comes with a high-brightness PowerTouch display that has adjustable auto-dimming and the user-friendly touch screen can be operated with or without gloves.

Able to withstand shocks and vibrations, it can operate in temperatures ranging from -30°C to +55°C so able to cope in the harshest environments.

Supporting remote upgrading of software and firmware, it offers quick login and identification with RFID tags, while the fanless design and IP65 sealing minimize downtime for reliable operation.

“A rapidly growing number of customers within the port segment are using our rugged computers,” said Per Holmberg, CEO, JLT Mobile Computers. “With our JLT6012 computer we are adding a next-generation mobile computing platform that optimizes uptime, improves safety, and offers long-term protection of customer investment.”

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