High Altitude Pressure Resistance

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Just because you're working high in the sky doesn't mean that you shouldn't be able to access the critical data that keeps you and your team grounded on critical projects. When you need a pressure-resistant mobile computer that will stay powered on, connected and powering your data-intense mobile workflows at high altitude levels, then Zebra's MIL-STD-810G-rated tablet PCs will get the job done -- up to 40,000 feet on average.

Zebra Pressure-Resistant Tablet PCs MIL-STD-810G Tested for High Altitudes

Zebra's pressure-resistant tablets don't let high altitudes keep you down on the job. We use MIL-STD-810G low pressure (altitude) tests to ensure each of our ruggedized tablets can withstand and/or operate in a low pressure environment and/or withstand rapid atmospheric pressure changes. Specifically, we ensure our rugged tablets can be stored and/or operated at high ground elevation sites and transported or operated in pressurized or unpressurized areas of aircraft.

On average, Zebra altitude-resistant tablets will operate up to 40,000 feet (12,192 M) and can be stored up to 50,000 feet (15,240m) non-operating. Though, the ultra-rugged Zebra XC6 DMCR is an especially pressure-resistant tablet and will operate up to 50,000 feet. Your individual mobile workflows and most frequent use locations will help determine which altitude resistant tablet is best for you.

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