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Goal Zero Solar Archer 2

Goal Zero’s Sherpa 100 Solar Power Kit is used to charge the Archer 2 rugged handheld.

Both the Archer 2™ and Allegro 2™ use a long-lasting, Overtime Technology™ battery, with runtimes in excess of 20 hours in many use cases. While this amount of battery power is outstanding, sometimes, for whatever reason, you can’t get to an electrical outlet. Maybe you’re working in a remote location for an extended period of time like this expedition team, or maybe you just plain forgot to charge your rugged handheld. And in those cases, you need to find another way to get power. Continue Reading…

When it comes to increasing productivity, the simpler the process, the better.

That was our line of thinking as we designed and built the A2 Single & Multi Docks. Compatible with the Archer 2™ and Allegro 2™ rugged handhelds, the A2 Dock eliminates the tangle of cords you have to negotiate every time you want to charge your handheld and sync your data.

The result? Greater simplicity and efficiency. Fewer headaches.

Watch the video below, showing how super easy charging and syncing is with the A2 dock. To get a quote, contact us online or give us a call at 435.753.1881.

 

To Dock or Not to Dock

John Florio —  October 27, 2014 — Leave a comment

Allegro 2 in handheld dockWe’re happy to announce that our long-anticipated A2 Single Ethernet Dock is now available. We designed and built this dock in response to customer requests, as a convenient means of charging a handheld, as well as syncing data with a PC or a network. The dock comes with an adapter that will allow it to work with either Archer 2™ or Allegro 2™ handhelds. Continue Reading…

Battery

Yes, it’s bold to claim that the Archer 2™ has the best battery in the industry. But we’re going to make it because we truly believe it. Continue Reading…

Extend battery life with these 5 easy tipsThere aren’t many things that can throw productivity out the window as quickly as a dead battery can. For this reason, Juniper Systems rugged handhelds use batteries that are made to last a full workday (8-10 hours). However, as with any battery, certain factors such as environmental conditions, the type of application, and the number of accessory devices being powered by the handheld can affect the battery life. Below, I have listed 5 easy tips for you to extend battery life as much as possible.

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