Specialists in the supply, installation, support and maintenance of rugged handheld terminals and handheld computing solutions, Ensign Communications have a broad range of feature-rich devices to suit your business application.
Partnered with the global leaders in barcode scanning technology, trust our experts to guide you through our data capture solutions from Honeywell (Intermec), Datalogic and Zebra.
Designed to streamline the control and management of your warehouse and supply chain inventory, our handheld terminals come with a host of features and options, including fully sealed and IP rated for use within harsh environments, built-in cameras, barcode scanning and more, making them ideal for any number of enterprise applications.
The very latest mobile handheld devices are built with the user in mind, combining ergonomic design with high-quality displays and durable outer-casings. Granting complete control to the operator, handheld terminals allow data to be captured and verified in real-time, reducing errors and making significant cost savings for your business.
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Honeywell Handheld Computers
As one of the market leading manufacturers of mobile data capture devices and solutions, each Honeywell rugged handheld is engineered with your business in mind, whether retail, transportation and logistics, healthcare, manufacturing or government. Boasting some of the strongest and advanced data capture kit available, our range includes the Dolphin 99GX and MX7 Tecton rugged handheld computers as well as the Marathon Field Computer. Honeywell solutions are ideal for warehousing, distribution and manufacturing environments.
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Datalogic Handheld Computers
These rugged handheld computers combine durability with lightweight and feature-rich design. Among these features are a number of keypad options and next-generation connectivity capabilities, with industry standard 802.11x and Bluetooth supported. The latest Microsoft Windows operating systems are also employed to provide users with super-fast processing. All of these features and more make Datalogic's rugged handheld computers simple to deploy, configure and support for businesses of all sizes and data capture requirements.
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Zebra Handheld Computers
Help your business and your staff to improve day-to-day efficiencies with Zebra handheld mobile computers. With handhelds capable of accurate data capture from as far as 70 feet away, Zebra’s terminals are available in a broad range of form factors to suit every possible business application. Not only are Zebra devices sleek, stylish and ergonomically designed, their rugged range can withstand drops and are IP54 rated to deal with wet and dusty conditions. Zebra-at-a-glance.pdf
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Having maintained a level of excellence and expertise within the data capture and auto-ID industry for over 20 years, Ensign has worked with retailers, warehouse, distribution and logistics operations to improve their workflow and accuracy through enhanced technologies.
Proud to be partnered with the global leaders in barcode, data capture and mobile printing innovation (Honeywell, Datalogic and Zebra) we ensure that our customers get the choice of the very best hardware at the most competitive prices.
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Identify the correct handheld terminal for your business needs:
With so many options and specifications available when considering handheld terminals and mobile computers for your enterprise, it is helpful to know some of the key features. Selecting your handheld terminals in this way will ultimately safeguard your purchases whilst giving you the assurance that the device is well-suited to your working environment.
- Keyboard size can be a key factor when considering the ease-of-use for the operator and ultimately their productivity. Most handhelds are available with a number of keyboard options, such numeric, alphanumeric or QWERTY, depending on your preference. In addition to this, 'key-size' can be something to take into account, particularly when deploying within harsh environments where gloves or protective equipment is worn.
- Depending on where the terminal will be deployed, there are various screen and display options to consider. Handheld terminals can be shipped with colour and sunlight-readable displays as well as with numerous touchscreen options.
- The weight and ultimately the size of the unit are important to scrutinise in relation to the nature of the deployment. Should an order picker be required to use the handheld terminal for long durations of time without rest, then a lighter unit would be the better choice in terms of productivity and importantly, employee adoption. Similarly, there is often the option to add a ‘gun-grip’ extension to your handheld which can make high-intensity use, such as during inventory management or stock replenishment, more comfortable for the user.
- The maximum battery life can vary for each handheld device, usually ranging from 10 hours upwards. Where usage is over significantly long periods of time, a unit with superior battery life is essential, or extra battery units may be required.
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