Trimble, the world leader in outdoor rugged computing, brings you the new Yuma rugged tablet computer, able to withstand even your challenging work environment. Safeguard your software and data in the face of dust, sand, mud, humidity and extreme temperature. If this sounds like your everyday outdoor rugged reality, take a closer look at the Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer. See how easy it is to conduct inspections, collect information, capture photos and communicate with headquarters, all with the assurance that your data is protected.
The Trimble Yuma rugged tablet was designed to be fully functional in any outdoor environment – no matter how extreme. The first challenge with computing outdoors is keeping the elements out. Yuma has an ingress protection rating of 67 (6=dust tight; 7= protection against effects of immersion from 15cm to 1m). Why this level of protection? Dust on electronic components can lead to overheating, moisture wicking, and reduced electrical conductivity. Water (either penetration or condensation of humidity) may short electrical components, causing permanent damage if the unit is powered on.
The second challenge is protection against shock, vibration, and extreme temperature fluctuation. Outdoor rugged design means your computer keeps working when you jump out of the vehicle to do work in the middle of a winter cold snap, or when you need to seek refuge from desert heat in an air conditioned vehicle. Outdoor work tends to be active and transitory. Tail gates make great desktops. They also have an increased risk of drop. The Yuma’s design incorporates a solid state hard drive to eliminate moving parts and provide additional protection against the stress of impact and vibration.
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