• Thor CV31 Honeywell Vehicle-Mount Computer
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Thor CV31 Honeywell Vehicle-Mount Computer


Honeywell Thor CV31 Vehicle-Mount Computer (Heated Touch Screen, DC-DC Power Convertor) Mfr Part # / SKU: CV31A1HPAC000000 CV31 Wireless Computer (CV31A, Freezer Forklift, 9-36V, Heated)
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Honeywell Thor CV31 Vehicle-Mount Computer (Heated Touch Screen, Intermec Client Pack) Mfr Part # / SKU: CV31A1HPACCP0000 CV31 Wireless Computer (CV31A, Freezer Forklift, 9-36V, Heated, ICP)
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Honeywell Thor CV31 Vehicle-Mount Computer (Standard Touch Screen, DC-DC Power Convertor) Mfr Part # / SKU: CV31A1APAC000000 CV31 Wireless Computer (CV31A, Forklift Ready, 9-36V)
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Honeywell Thor CV31 Vehicle-Mount Computer (Standard Touch Screen, No Internal DC Converter) Mfr Part # / SKU: CV31A1A0AC000000 CV31 Wireless Computer (CV31A, Basic, 12V)
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Our Price: £1,866.35
Honeywell Thor CV31 Vehicle-Mount Computer (Standard Touch Screen, Intermec Client Pack) Mfr Part # / SKU: CV31A1A0ACCP0000 CV31 Wireless Computer (CV31A, Basic ICP, 12V, ICP License)
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Our Price: £1,950.49
The Thor CV31 vehicle-mount computer combines the latest computing technology with a small footprint, presenting your critical supply chain workflow information where it is easily seen, within reach, but never in the way. With its 16.5 cm (6.5 in) display and 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU, the CV31 can power through complex voice-, screen- and scan-intensive applications with ease. The CV31 features an internal 30-minute UPS backup battery and optional integrated DC-DC power converter that saves on the expense of installing external converters or charge protection devices. The UPS backup eliminates the frustrating wait to login and reconnect after swapping vehicle batteries, keeping operators productive. At shift end, there’s no longer a need to wait — idling the vehicle and wasting fuel—to logout and power-down the terminal; an optional ignition-control cable automates the process with a simple turn of the key.

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