Latest introductions include USB Bluetooth Dongle, Finger Trigger Glove Adaptor, and Battery Charging Solutions
Princeton, NJ, December 10, 2013 – KoamTac miniature, programmable Bluetooth bar code scanners and card readers are setting the industry standard for versatility and adaptability, and now, four new accessories will help clients maximize utilization of the signature KDC high-performance scanning solutions.
KoamTac has introduced its own USB Bluetooth Dongles for adding Bluetooth capabilities to any computer that doesn’t have it. Two versions are available, one optimized for use with KoamTac devices and a general purpose solution which includes Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Hands Free Profile (HFP).
“We provide consistency. While there are many USB dongle solutions available to customers today, they’re not all created equally,” said Dr. Hanjin Lee, president and CEO of KoamTac. “KDC users whom also choose the KoamTac dongle are assured of compatibility, performance and, perhaps most importantly, longer lifecycles than can be expected of commercial off-the-shelf products.”
KoamTac is also introducing the Finger Trigger Glove Adaptor and matching Finger Trigger Glove for its KDC200 and KDC300 miniature Bluetooth scanners. The adaptor can be affixed permanently and has two USB connectors for simultaneously supporting the trigger cable and a USB charging cable. The adaptor also includes charging pins for compatibility with the company’s single-slot and 4-slot charging cradles.
The Koamtac KDC350R2 data collector sees the addition of a single-slot charging cradle to accompany the already available 4-slot charger. The new single-slot charging cradle is designed for smaller scale installations or applications where charging is required at the point of activity. Both charging cradles are also capable of charging individual KDC350R2 batteries when used with the newly released battery adaptor.
“These newest accessories represent innovation born out of client feedback and our anticipation of their needs,” said Dr. Lee. “We are continuously looking for ways to satisfy the new and creative ways our clients are utilizing
our KDC scanners.”
KDC and KTSync are trademarks of KoamTac, Inc; Android is a registered trademark and property of Google, Inc; Bluetooth is a trademark of Bluetooth SIG, registered in the U.S. and other countries; Blackberry is a trademark Research in Motion Limited (RIM), registered in the U.S. and other countries; Microsoft Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation registered in the U.S. and other countries; iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Mac are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.