RAM Spring Loaded Powered Docking Station (EXTERNAL POWER, CIGARETTE PLUG, BARE WIRE VERSION) for Motorola MC70 and MC75 handheld mobile computers. This spring loaded docking station can be attached to a variety of RAM mounting systems allowing the Motorola Handheld Mobile Computer to be mounted in virtually any application. This powered dock is shipped assembled.
RAM Mounts is a corporate brand of National Products Inc. (NPI) in Seattle, Washington. NPI offers an adaptable set of manufacturing capabilities with centralized manufacturing, production, and distribution operations. This means you receive the strongest mount available and the most innovative technology.
The rubber ball and socket design offers a secure hold with infinite options and vibration dampening for demanding environments.
Our philosophy is simple—build the best products available. And so our warranty is simple too. If we built it, we guarantee it. We are confident in the quality of our products, and with our warranty, you can be too.
MADE IN AMERICA
We don’t use call-centers, we don’t outsource labor, and we don’t ship opportunities overseas. Our all-American staff designs, manufactures, assembles, and sells our products right here, and ships them straight to you.
Powered Dock Features:
1. Output through male DB9 Connector can be configured for both serial and USB devices
2. Accepts between 12-28 Volt DC Input
3. Works with both standard and long life batteries
4. Spring tension provides constant secured docking connector contact
5. Quick release design makes insertion and removal of your Motorola quick and easy
6. 2 Stylus provided
High Strength Composite
Part number reflects product packaged in clear clam shell for store shelf display. Included is a set of four nuts and bolts to connect the cradle to any RAM components or mounts that contain the universal AMPs hole pattern. Please contact us at [email protected] if you are ordering this product for use with the Motorola MC75.
3 year warranty on electrical parts
Powered Dock Installation Instructions