Getac T-800 Port Replicating Dock
This mount for the Getac T800 rugged tablet computer has been designed to securely retain the tablet in flight. It also provides power and USB connectivity via a custom pogo-pin arrangement.
For use in applications with low to moderate shock and vibration, like wheeled or composite vehicles and light aircraft, the aluminum T800 Tablet mount holds the tablet using features provided in the case of the T800 chassis. The mount can be attached to the vehicle with through bolts or with studs attached to the vehicle interior or via the RAM mount system. The dock can have interfaces for Power, USB, Ethernet, GPS, RS-232 or RS-422
- Environmental Certifications (Mil Std 810G Methods: 500.5, 501.5, 502.5, 503.5, 507.5, 510.5, 514.6, 516.6, 524)
- Operating Temp: -5.8° F to 122° F / -21°C to 50°C
Storage Temp: -40°F to 160°F / -40°C to 71°C
Humidity: 95% RH, non-condensing
Wheeled and Composite Vehicle Test Specifications (MIL-STD-810G)
Figure 514.6C-1 – Category 4 – Common carrier (US highway truck vibration exposure).
Figure 514.6C-2 – Category 4 – Composite two-wheeled trailer vibration exposure.
Figure 514.6C-3 – Category 4 – Composite wheeled vehicle vibration exposure.
5052-H32 is optimal for sheet metal work because of its ability to allow for a tight radius while bending. 5052-H32 contains 2.5% magnesium. It is one of the highest strength alloys of the non-heat treatable grades. Common uses for this alloy include the manufacturing of electrical enclosures, marine parts, fuel tanks, & aircraft tube.
- High corrosion resistance
- Easiest alloy to weld
- Highest strength non-heat treatable alloy
- Smooth surface
- Easily forms due to high modulus of elasticity
5052-H32 aluminum can undergo the anodizing process to increase corrosion resistance and enable dying (coloring). The anodic layer is non-conductive.