INTERMEC GATEWAY FEATURES:
The Intermec Gateway provides traditional local area network gateway functionality for Windows 2000 improving system performance by providing robust wireless communications. Its advanced networking techniques ensure faster throughput and response time for users working in large, complex wireless environments. In locations with high terminal concentrations, it eliminates slow response which can cause lower productivity and increase user frustration. The Intermec Gateway is pre-installed on the G4000 Server Appliance. This configuration provides host connectivity for terminal emulation (TE) functionality similar to the DCS 30X line or EGS 6950. In addition, customers can order preinstalled dcBrowser on the G4000 Server Appliance.
Easy integration with standard operating system
The Intermec Gateway runs on the popular Windows 2000 Server platform with intuitive features that are easy to configure, install, support and manage. A number of common software packages, system configuration updates are supported though a local console or remote browser, so the Intermec Gateway won't hinder the performance of the customer's server.
Radio-independent connectivity and open-standard wireless protocols
Intermec Gateway supports a wide range of wireless networks based on 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz Open-Air, and IEEE 802.11 standards. It also provides host connectivity for TE functionality. Intermec Gateway lowers wireless LAN system costs with a broad array of management capabilities, including DHCP, DNS, device discovery, FTP, Telnet, Remote Desktop, and a Web-based graphical user interface. The Intermec Gateway also eliminates the need for TCP/IP stacks for each handheld further reducing overall system cost.
Automated fallback protects mission critical data
Automated fallback ensures that mission critical applications continue to operate when essential components are isolated. For example, if a handheld connects to the host via a slower connection and attempts to transmit data, modulation fallback occurs and communication between them is conducted at the slower speed because that is the highest speed the devices have in common. Intermec Gateway allows the network to run at the optimum speed even in varying wireless environments.
Length: 45.72 cm (18.0 in)
Height: 8.84 cm (3.48 in)
Width: 43.18 cm (17.0 in)
Weight: 13.5 kg (29.8 lb.)
Common Windows 2000 Server platform with Microsoft's Server Appliance Kit.
Supply: 100-240 V AC, 47 – 63 Hz, 180 W (or more) switching. AC Adapter/Recharging: North American cord included
Memory Standard: 256 MB memory minimum
Microprocessor: INTEL PIII 600 MHz Processor
Onboard Ethernet and Video Interfaces: COM 1-2
100/10 Mbps Ethernet
Maximum sessions supported: 127 UDP Plus or WTP
Terminals: 1100, 1700, 2415, 2425, 2435, 2455, 2485, 2486, 5020, 5023, 5055, 5900, 6400, and 6550
900 MHz Falcon (WTP stack)
2.4 GHz Open-Air (UDP Plus & WTP)
IEEE 802.11 (UDP Plus & WTP)
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Supports any of the following applications:
Data Collection Browser (dcBrowser)
Which of the above software to be preinstalled on G4000 Server Appliance
Operating Temperature: 0° to 35°C (32°F to 102°F)
Storage Temperature: -20° to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
Humidity: Non-condensing (0 to 85%)
Rain and Dust Resistance
CE marked for both EMC and Low Voltage
UL and cUL Listed
FCC-Part15 Class A
IC-ICES-003 Class A
CISPR 22 Class A