Powered Tablet Lockbox Forklift Pillar Mount for Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0
For Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0
Locking mount for forklift pillar or pallet jack
Includes heavy duty locking holder, AMPS mount, and charging harness
Tablet detaches from mount base with key lock and includes security hardware
2 year limited warranty
Securely install a Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 on your forklift pillar, pallet jack, or other warehouse vehicle with Arkon’s Tablet Lockbox Forklift Pillar Mount. The mount features two steel plates with black powdercoat finish and accompanying mounting hardware for mounting on the forklift, in addition to a commercial-grade locking tablet enclosure, heavy-duty 4-Hole AMPS drill-base mount with double-ball adjustment, security hardware, and commercial vehicle power system. The FLBKT1000C is compatible only with the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 (dimensions: 8.34 x 4.96 x .35 inches or 212 x 126 x 8.9mm). The tablet fits snuggly into the durable plastic enclosure, which can be detached from the mount base with a key lock (keys included). Cutouts are provided in the tablet enclosure for easy access to the camera, power button, and power outlet. The lockbox features a hand strap for easy handling of the tablet outside of the vehicle. A 2.4 Amp charging system is designed to not overcharge the battery while providing appropriate power to the tablet. A magnetic charging insert module and hardwire kit are also included. Each of the forklift mount’s steel plates weighs just under half a pound and measures 4” x 2.75” x 1/8”. Installation is quick and easy with no drilling required. The mount features a heavy-duty, low-vibration 38mm mount pedestal that measures 5 inches (127mm) high from end to end. A hex bolt and key are included so the pedestal’s adjustment knob can be removed for additional security. The pedestal features double ball adjustment, providing 360-degree rotation and the ultimate flexibility in positioning the tablet at any angle.
This product may expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov