Spectra Precision Nomad 1050L Data Collector

Quick Overview

Spectra Precision Nomad 1050L Data Collector w/ Options...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth
Item ID: X2470
Condition: Refurbished
Warranty: 90 Day Exchange


* Spectra Precision Nomad 1050L Data Collector w/ Options... [ID- X2470]
          - WiFi
          - Bluetooth
          - GPS
* AC Adapter/Charger
* RS232 PC Interface Cable
* USB PC Interface Cable
* User Manual On CD-ROM
* Case For Unit
* Carrying Case (G)


Spectra Precision Nomad 1050 Data Collector
The Spectra Precision Nomad® 1050 rugged handheld computer’s many built-in capabilities make it an optimized and easy to use field data collector. It provides all the features you need, including: a 5200mAh lithium-ion battery with more than 15 hours of continuous use, 8 GB storage, and a high-resolution, sunlight-readable VGA color display to show images, maps and data in crisp detail. And all of that on an IP68 rated, fully rugged device. It’s built to work hard all day long, just like you do.

For communications, Nomad 1050 offers a full range of integrated wireless capabilities including Bluetooth®, WiFi 802.11 b/g and an optional 3.75G dual-band GSM/CDMA modem for internet connectivity wherever you happen to be. Integrated expansion via SD card slots also provide an easy method of data sharing. The basics are also there including RS232 serial connections and USB.

The Nomad 1050 boasts an advanced Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) antenna design which reads the full constellation of satellite signals plus SBAS – it’s a perfect complement to the Survey Pro GeoLock feature for robotic target location. The 5 megapixel camera captures high resolution images to document your work. Photographs can be geotagged for use in various applications.

The backlit numeric keypad makes data entry easier, especially when wearing gloves and a range of accessories including tripod and pole brackets make the Nomad 1050 a full-featured product that will work for you. The 1.0 GHz processor has the power you need for advanced application work, with the Nomad’s optimized graphics processing, advanced caching, and proprietary high-speed journaling system.

  • IP68 rated rugged for any environment
  • 15 hour battery life
  • Numeric, backlit keypad
  • Integrated 2-4 meter GPS
  • Integrated Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi
  • Full-color VGA display
  • 1.0 GHz processor
  • Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Handheld (WEHH) 6.5

Processor 1.0 GHz, Texas Instruments DM3730
Memory 512 MB DDR SDRAM; ~10 MB reserved
Storage 8 GB onboard non-volatile NAND Flash; ~50 MB reserved
Expansion 1x USB Host and SDIO slot (B and L models)
Display 3.5”, 480 x 640 pixel (full VGA) 16-bit color TFT with LED backlight
Batteries 5200 mAh Li-ion rechargeable module1
I/O USB host and client, power, headset jack
GPS Accuracy 2–4 m (6-13 feet) SBAS corrected
Radios Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR; WLAN: Wi-Fi (802.11b/g);WWAN: Dual Mode 3.75G GSM/CDMA
Certifications FCC, CE, R&TTE, IC (Canada), A-tick, C-tick, GCF compliant, RoHS compliant, Section 508 compliant, PTCRB, SAR, AT&T network certified, Verizon, Wi-Fi Alliance certified, MILSTD-810G, IP68
Environmental Characteristics
Water Survives IP-X8 , immersion at 2m (6.6 ft) for 1 hour IEC-60529, Survives IP-X6, water jet 12.5mm dia @ 2.5-3m (8-10ft)
Dust Protected against dust, IEC-60529 IP-6X, dust chamber under-pressure
Drops Survives multiple drops of 1.2m(4ft), MILSTD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV, Transit Drop
Operating Temperature -30 ºC to 60 ºC (-22 ºF to 140 ºF), MIL-STD810G, Method 502.5, Procedure I, II, III (Low Temp Operating -30 ºC); Method 501.5, Procedure I & II (High Temp Operating 60 ºC)
Storage Temperature -40 ºC to 70 ºC (-40 ºF to 158 ºF), MIL-STD810G, Method 502.5, Procedure I, II, III (Low Temp Storage -40 ºC); Method 501.5, Procedure I & II (High Temp Storage 70 ºC)
Temperature Shock Cycles between -30 ºC and 60 ºC (-22 ºF and 144 ºF), MIL-STD-810G, Method 503.5, Procedure I-C
Humidity 90% relative humidity with temperatures between -30 ºC and 60 ºC (-22 ºF and 144 ºF), MIL-STD- 810G, Method 507.5, Procedure II