Mobile computer

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Honeywell has a new mobile computer. The CK65 offers software that includes Honeywell’s voice-guided software, Honeywell Operational Intelligence, and a complete set of utilities that integrate with popular mobile device management and enterprise mobility management solutions.

The CK65 is built on Honeywell’s Mobility Edge platform, that guarantees support through Android R. Mobility Edge enables IT departments to reuse their investment in solution development and software certification across multiple computers.

With a Honeywell Edge Services contract including five years of Sentinel security patches, CK65 users can expect secure, productive use through 2028.

The CK65’s hardware design reduces downtime. It is the most rugged device in its class, surviving drops of eight feet to concrete across the operating temperature range. The 7,000 mAh battery allows the CK65 to run for 28 hours between battery changes in representative tests, further reducing downtime.

The CK65 features a fast seventh-generation scan engine that is motion tolerant. With standard and long-range options, the CK65 reads a complete range of linear and 2D codes, including – with additional software – dot peen and laser-etched direct-parts-marked codes employed in automotive and other manufacturing environments.

The mobile computer is meant for applications across the logistics and manufacturing sectors, including receiving, put-away, cross docking, shipping accuracy, parts/material/work in progress tracking and inventory management.