Can your barcoding and mobile computing devices handle the most harsh cold storage challenges?
Cold storage, warehousing, distribution, and manufacturing operations present challenges for collecting inventory data that other environments do not experience. One underestimated issue is the additional insulation in a cold storage facility that can interfere with wireless communications because it absorbs radio waves. Cold conditions also affect how standard battery technologies release energy and remain charged. Other challenges include:
- Cold air and frost
- Blast freezers and severe cold
- Coats, hats and gloves
You are invited to download the following whitepaper to learn more about how to track your inventory, and remain productive in the most harsh, cold environments:
The Cold Hard Facts: Using Rugged Mobile Computers
Read this whitepaper to find out how barcoding devices and mobile computers are able to withstand cold, harsh, frost, freezing temperatures, condensation, and communicate wirelessly through heavy insulation. Learn about heaters,
housings, batteries, and other components that compensate for environmental
conditions in these types of demanding facilities.