EDP’s High Density Device Dock HD3 is a fully specified, flexible charging rack
The High Density Device Dock HD3 charging rack from EDP Europe is a charging cabinet that has been designed to help users of mobile equipment centrally manage, charge and secure their high value portable assets.
In Today’s data driven society, the use of portable mobile devices is increasing particularly in the logistics and distribution sectors. With so many devices being used, ensuring efficient management is vital to business continuity. The High Density Device Dock HD3 provides a cost-effective solution to multiple handheld device charging, by enabling it to be centrally managed through a specially designed charging cabinet.
These charging racks are supplied with user specified charging units fitted and wired for use with all popular makes of hand held devices, including the Zebra TC55 and TC56.
The High Density Device Dock HD3 has a fully welded construction for maximum strength and durability. Its flexible design enables this charging rack to be customised to suit a wide variety of portable devices and their associated charging cradles. The racks are fitted with a quick release door swing handle with options for enhanced security. Side and rear panels are lockable but removable for easier access during maintenance schedules. A rear mounted power supply bar provides better power cable management, while the PSUs for the charging cradles are consolidated and secured within the chassis at the rear of the cabinet. Integral LED lighting enables increased visibility, while telescopic vented drawers help increase airflow within the rack.
Custom colour finishes and branding options are available enabling these charging racks to match any corporate branding requirements.
Security can be enhanced with the addition of a smart locking system capable of controlling who has access to the stored devices, when, and for how long. This enables alignment with loss prevention strategies, and provides an audit trail of ‘sign in’ / ‘sign out’ activity. This enhanced security option can be retro-fitted or ordered pre-installed, with access being managed remotely or via swipe, pin or biometric readers locally. The access control system can be used as a standalone system or can be centrally managed across multiple locations.