Shock Resistance

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MIL-STD-810 Crash Shock Test Procedure

MIL-STD-810G describes the standard series of tests utilised by the U.S. military to determine equipment limits and capabilities in various conditions based on the environments in which they are expected to be used. There is a large array of test situations and conditions. Tests include shock, humidity, extreme temperature and salt fog tolerance.

Zebra’s durable, shock-resistant tablets have gone through rigorous MIL-STD-810G crash shock tests to ensure you and your teams have a high quality and reliable rugged mobile computer online at all times while on the move.

Investing in one of Zebra's shock-resistant tablet PCs is like investing in car insurance. You hope you never have an experience that requires the level of protection it provides, but knowing you're safeguarded against accidents allows you to conduct business as usual, without limitations. With our rigorous MIL-STD-810G crash shock testing methods and our hold tight, shock-resistant docking systems, you can be confident that Zebra shock-resistant rugged tablets will protect your device investment and your data, during crashes.

Zebra MIL-STD-810G Crash Shock-Tested & Shock/Impact-Resistant Tablets

When your rugged mobile PC is supporting transportation, manufacturing, warehousing or even military workflows day in and day out, it is likely to be exposed to impacts that can result in shock and vibration at some point. But there's no need to panic from a single shock occurrence. Zebra's tough shock-resistant tablets keep your applications processing, your connections strong and your data intact even after the most powerful impacts.

That's because Zebra's impact-resistant tablets undergo multiple accident, drop and bump simulations during its MIL-STD-810G crash shock tests to ensure high performance. In fact, Zebra shock-resistant tablets are built to withstand up to 40G shock during a crash. That's a pretty significant shock resistance level considering that a fire lorry sitting on a solid axle would experience a 20G shock when hitting a pothole.

Contact Zebra today to learn more about the MIL STD-810G crash shock-tested devices available for your team.

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