MC75 datasheet
SPECification Sheet
3G Worldwide Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA)
Industry-leading drop
test, IP54 sealing and
integrated antennas
Lightweight yet rugged;
built for year-round use in
nearly any environment
Powerful microprocessor
designed for mobility:
XScale PXA270 @ 624 MHz
Desktop-like multimedia
performance with lower
power requirements
Microsoft’s latest operating
system: Windows Mobile 6.1
Increased interoperability
with existing enterprise
infrastructure; enhanced
security features; more
flexible development
platform; improved mobile
messaging collaboration
The MC75: Setting a new standard for 3G
Enterprise Digital Assistants
No matter what your workers need to get the job
done, Motorola’s MC75 Worldwide Enterprise Digital
Assistant delivers all the features and functionality
required to maximize workforce productivity in a
rugged device with a minimum footprint…all at the
right price. The MC75 re-defines the standard for
EDA mobile computers with simultaneous voice,
data and GPS services* as well as an unprecedented
number of enterprise class features. Users enjoy
a 3G world cell phone with push-to-talk (PTT),
integrated GPS with superior sensitivity and tracking
capabilities, 1D and 2D bar code scanning, a high
resolution color camera, 3G wireless WAN (WWAN),
wireless LAN (WLAN), wireless PAN (WPAN) and
IrDA connectivity — all in a single device.
When it comes to running business applications,
the MC75 shines. The robust bandwidth of 3G
combined with the latest mobile computing
platform provides the maximum processing power
required to handle virtually any business application
— including voice and video. And the MC75 is
extendable — a user accessible microSD slot
enables the addition of storage and new functionality
to meet evolving business needs. From field sales,
field service and fleet management to government
applications such as public safety, first response and
security screening, maximize the efficiency of your
workforce with simultaneous anywhere, anytime
mobile voice and data…with the MC75.
Maximum value…and return on investment
The 3G based MC75 allows enterprises to
standardize on one device for global deployments,
reducing the complexity, support requirements
and the cost of mobility solutions. By providing
a single platform for worldwide voice and data
services, the MC75 eliminates the need for multiple
operating systems, multiple service providers and
multiple devices. In addition, the multi-function
MC75 eliminates the need to purchase and manage
multiple devices per person — for example, a mobile
computer and a cell phone. The reduction in capital
and operational costs combines with increased
workforce productivity to deliver maximum value
on your investment.
broadband connectivity
over the cellular network
High performance wireless
broadband voice and data
anywhere in the world
• Connection to most
carriers in the world with
one platform
• Best in class cellular
broadband throughput
with up to 3 Mbps
• Integrated voice and data
services: allows workers
to conduct a phone
call while maintaining a
data connection (where
supported by carrier)
• Optimum operating cost
and future proofed device
WLAN: 802.11a/b/g tri-mode
radio; comprehensive
VoIP support
Cost-effective voice and
data connectivity in the
office and hot spots
An industry first: multimode data capture via
a bar code scanner plus
a color camera
Ability to capture high quality
pictures, documents and
signatures as well as 1D
and 2D barcodes in a single
device improves workforce
automation, increases
productivity and reduces
data errors
2 megapixel auto-focus
flash-enabled color camera
designed to meet the
needs of enterprise class
• Autofocus provides
superior image quality
and provides greater
application flexibility
— including document
• User controllable flash
enables workers to
activate or de-activate the
flash as needed
• In bar code reading
mode, the screen reticule
provides an aiming aid to
ensure accurate first-time
capture of bar codes
• Preserves application
investment: Bar code
scanning applications that
utilize the laser scanner or
imager on other Motorola
mobile computers require
little if any changes,
reducing application
development costs and
enabling rapid deployment
Setting the standard for rugged EDA design
Whether your workers are in a truck, in a customer
facility or out on the street, you can count on the
MC75 to deliver the maximum uptime you need to
protect worker productivity and achieve a low total
cost of ownership (TCO). Designed for all day every
day use inside and outside the enterprise, the
MC75 offers an array of features that set the bar
for rugged design of EDA-class devices. Motorola’s
drop test is performed over the entire operating
temperature range, ensuring dependable operation
whether drops occur at room temperature or in
extreme cold or heat — even on concrete. And the
unit is sealed to ensure reliable operation, even
when exposed to dust, rain, snow and spills.
Maximum voice quality and functionality
Designed from the ground up to support voice as
well as data, the MC75 offers a superior voice
experience. Functionality includes full duplex voice,
push-to-talk (PTT) and voice dialing over the
wireless WAN (WWAN) and WLAN, enabling oneto-one calls as well as walkie-talkie style instant
communications. The device is voice-recognition
ready, able to support advanced voice applications.
And headset, handset and speakerphone modes
provide workers with the convenience and flexibility
to meet the needs of the job…and the moment.
Maximum wireless functionality:
The MC75 offers your workers the convenience of
comprehensive wireless connectivity — no need
for any wires, anywhere, anytime. Support for 3G
provides high-performance mobile voice and data
services outside the four walls virtually anywhere
in the world. Support for 802.11a/b/g provides a
seamless wireless LAN connection, delivering a
cost-effective voice and data connection inside
the four walls and in hot spots. Wireless PAN
connectivity provides a convenient wire-free
connection to peripherals, such as Bluetooth®
headsets and printers.** And IrDA provides an
additional means of wireless communications with
mobile and desktop computers as well as other
legacy business equipment.
Robust locationing with best-in-class
GPS functionality
Chosen for its superior sensitivity and tracking
capabilities, the high performance SiRFstarIII
GSC3f/LP chipset enables a multitude of real-time
location based applications, from directions for drivers
to real-time fleet location for dispatchers. The chipset
delivers expanded coverage for GPS applications by
enabling the rapid and highly accurate capture of
signals in some of the most challenging environments,
including urban canyons and areas where foliage is
very dense. And the low-power chipset delivers topnotch accuracy with minimal power requirements,
conserving battery power to help provide end-users
with location-based services.
Maximum advanced data capture capabilities
With the MC75 in hand, workers have the
functionality needed to automate, enrich and error
proof data collection. Choose between a 1D laser
scanner or 2D bar code imager to enable the rapid
and intuitive capture of the types of bar codes in use
throughout your enterprise. And a 2 megapixel autofocus color camera with flash can not only capture
high quality pictures — for example, to document
proof of condition for a damaged shipment or a
broken piece of equipment, or a signature on a
document — but can also decode 1D and 2D bar
codes as well. As a result, paper forms can be
eliminated and business processes streamlined,
improving productivity and throughput throughout
the enterprise.
The Motorola advantage
When you choose the Motorola MC75, you enjoy
the advantages of a world-class partner channel,
world-class management solutions and world-class
services. Our award-winning partner ecosystem
offers a best-in-class, broad set of ready-to-go and
custom applications for the MC75, minimizing
deployment time and cost. Compatibility with
Motorola’s Mobility Software Suite offers extraordinary
centralized control over your MC75 devices, including
remote staging, provisioning, monitoring and
troubleshooting of devices, the ability to secure data
on the devices and much more. To help keep your
MC75 up and running at peak performance, Motorola
offers Service from the Start with Comprehensive
Coverage. This unique service includes normal wear
and tear, as well as coverage for internal and external
components damaged through accidental breakage
at no additional charge — significantly reducing your
unforeseen repair expenses. And options such as
Commissioning Service and Express Shipping help to
further minimize downtime in the unlikely event your
device requires repair.
For more information on how the MC75 can improve
your operational efficiency, please visit us on the web
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* S
imultaneous delivery of mobile voice, data and GPS services is carrier dependent. The GSM HSDPA cellular network supports
all three services simultaneously. The CDMA EVDO Rev. A network enables the simultaneous delivery of GPS and
either voice or data.
** The MC75 offers the option of either the standard Microsoft Bluetooth stack or the platform based Stonestreet One stack, for
enhanced application portability.
MC75 Specifications
Physical Characteristics
Wireless WAN Data and Voice Communications
6 in. L x 3.3 in. W x 1.7 in D
15.24 cm L x 8.4 cm W x 4.4 cm D
WWAN Radio:
Integrated Assisted-GPS (A-GPS)
Weight (including
standard battery):
Standard 1.5X battery: 14.9 oz./422 g Extended Capacity 2.5X battery: 15.7 oz./446 g
Wireless LAN Data and Voice Communications
Display: Transflective color 3.5” full VGA with backlight, 640 x 480
WLAN Radio:
Tri-mode IEEE® 802.11a/b/g
Data Rates Supported:
1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbps
Touch Panel: Expansion Slot: Operating Channels: Glass analog resistive touch
LED backlight
Rechargeable Lithium Ion 3.7V, 3600 mAh Smart Battery Optional 3.7V, 4800 mAh Smart Battery
Security: Ni-MH battery (rechargeable) 15mAh 2.4V (not user-accessible)
microSD slot with SDHC Support
Spreading Technique:
Network Connections:
Ethernet (via cradle); full-speed USB, host or client
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
Notification: Vibrator and LED
Antenna: Internal for LAN, External for WAN
Keypad Options: 26-key Numeric; 44-key QWERTY, 44-key AZERTY, 44-key QWERTZ
Audio: Voice Communication:
Integrated Voice-over-IP ready (P2P, PBX, PTT), Wi-Fi™-certified, IEEE 802.11a/b/g direct sequence wireless LAN
Speaker, receiver, microphone, headset jack, software support for full duplex record and playback (stereo) Wireless PAN Data and Voice Communications
Bluetooth: Class II, v 2.0; on-board chip antenna
Backlight: Main Battery: Ext. Cap. Battery: Backup Battery: Performance Characteristics
Chan 8-165 (5040 – 5825 MHz)
Chan 1-13 (2412-2472 MHz)
Chan 14 (2484 MHz) Japan only
Actual operating channels/frequencies depend on regulatory rules and certification agency
CPU: XScale PXA270 624 MHz processor
Data Capture Specifications
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 6.1
Memory: 128MB RAM; 256MB Flash
RS-232, USB 1.1
Options: ™
User Environment
Color Camera
Operating Temperature: 14° F to 122° F/-10° C to 50° C
Four configurations available: 1D laser scanner; 2D imager; 1D laser scanner and camera; 2D imager and camera
2 megapixel
User controllable flash
Auto focus
Storage Temperature:
-40° F to 140° F/-40° C to 60° C (w/o battery)
Humidity: 95% non-condensing
Drop Specification: 5 ft. drop to concrete, 2 drops per 6 sides at ambient temperature 73° F/23° C;
4 ft. drop to concrete, 6 drops per 6 sides over operating temperature range
Tumble Specification:
1,000 1.6 ft./.5 m tumbles (2,000 drops)
Pitch Angle: ± 65° from normal
Sealing: IP54
Skew Tolerance: ± 50° from normal
Ambient Light Immunity: 10,000 ft. candles/107,640 lux
Integrated real time clock
Scan Rate: 104 (+/- 12) scans/sec (bi-directional)
Light Immunity:
Readability: Incandescent — 450 ft. candles;
Sunlight — 8000 ft. candles; Fluorescent: 450 ft. candles
Scan Angle: 47° ± 3° default
35° ± 3° reduced
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD):
±15kV air discharge, ±8kV direct discharge
2D Imager Engine (SE4400)
Battery Performance
Standby time:
150 hours
Talk time:
5 hours
1D Laser Scanner (SE950)
Range on 100% UPCA:
24 in./60 cm
4 Mil minimum element width
Roll: ±35° from vertical
Optical Resolution:
640 H x 480 V pixels (gray scale)
Roll: 360°
Pitch Angle: ± 60° from normal
IEEE 1725 compliance for
the entire MC75 system
— including all models,
all batteries and all
power-related accessories
(such as cradles and
charging cables)
Mitigates battery system
failure, bringing a new level
of reliability and quality to
the entire MC75 system
User accessible
microSD card slot
Provides additional memory
and expandable functionality
High quality speaker,
microphone and receiver
Superior voice quality
and performance
Skew Tolerance: ± 50° from normal
Outdoor WAN+GPS, 15min/hour voice communication,
Ambient Light: Total darkness to 9,000 ft. candles/96,900 lux
10kB transmission every 10 min, and GPS on all
time, 8 hours of operation.
Range on 100% UPCA: 16 in./40 cm
Outdoor Voice,15min/hour voice communication, Aiming Element (VLD): 650 nm ± 5 nm
8 hours of operation, and 75 hours standby time.
Note: Performance metrics above were measured with Battery reserve option Illumination Element (LED): 635 nm ± 20 nm
Field of View: SiRFstarIII GSC3ef/
LP GPS chipset
Assisted and autonomous
GPS support for robust
location-based applications;
SUPL 1.0 compliant; high
performance, powerefficient processor capable
of acquiring and maintaining
a signal lock in areas where
signals are typically weak,
expanding the coverage
area for GPS applications;
faster time to first fix
(TTFF); flexibility to operate
in either standalone or
assisted GPS (aGPS) mode
(carrier dependent) for
faster and more accurate
positioning — especially in
challenging areas
128MB RAM/256MB Flash
Provides memory space
required to enable robust
performance for database
User profiles:
set the highest (72 hours)
WPAN: Bluetooth® v2.0
Wireless connectivity to
modems, printers, headsets
and more; v2.0 provides
additional throughput (up
to 2.1 Mbps), improved
security and additional profiles
for expanded connectivity
to more device types
with either Microsoft or
Stonestreet stacks
Horizontal: 32.2°; Vertical: 24.5°
Continued on back
Multiple voice modes:
handset, headset and
Flexibility to use the right
mode at the right time
3.5 inch color high
definition VGA display
(640 x 480)
Easy to view in any lighting;
supports display of high
resolution images including
video and maps
Worldwide Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA)
Backwards compatible
with MC70 accessories
Provides investment
protection for existing
Mobility Platform
Architecture (MPA) 1.5
Enables easy and costeffective porting of
applications from other
Motorola mobile computers
Multiple keyboard options:
numeric, QWERTY,
Flexibility to meet diverse
user and application needs
Internal WWAN
diversity antenna
Better signal reception, more
dependable connection
accessory suite
The MC75 re-uses and
expands the comprehensive
MC70 accessories offering
Wireless connectivity to
legacy printers and other
business equipment
Peripherals and Accessories*
Quad Band GSM/ Serial and USB v1.1 charging cables, printer cables, EDGE, plus Tri-band
vehicle charging cable, power/charging cable
Battery Chargers: 4-slot battery charger (1X, 1.5X, 2X and 2.5X), universal battery charger (requires adapters for 1X, 1.5X, 2X and 2.5X capacity batteries)
Vertical-specific Snap-on magnetic stripe reader, payment snap-on attachments: (Debit and Credit), rigid case
Electrical Safety: Certified to UL / cUL 60950-1, IEC / EN60950-1
RF Exposure: EMI/RFI: USA: FCC Part 15; Canada: ICES 003 Class B; Europe: EN55022 Class B, EN 55024, EN60601-1-2; Australia: AS/NZS CISPRA 22
EMI/RFI: For countries outside USA, Canada, European Economic Area, Japan or
Australia consult your local Motorola representative
*For a complete list of MC75 Peripherals and Accessories, please visit
Communication and Charging Cables:
Electrical Safety: Certified to UL / cUL 60950-1, IEC / EN60950-1 Environmental:
WLAN and Bluetooth:
USA: FCC Part 15.247, 15.407
Canada: RSS-210
EU: EN 300 328, EN 301 893
Australia: AS/NZS 4268
Laser Safety: Global: 3GPP TS 51.010, 3GPP TS 34.121, 3GPP TS 34.123 GCF approved module USA: FCC Part 22, Part 24 Canada: RSS-132, RSS-133
EU: EN301 511, EN301 908
Australia: AS/ACIF S 024, AS TS 001
Verizon/Sprint/AllTel/Bell Mobility/Telus
For latest information, contact your local Motorola representative
USA: FCC Part 2, FCC OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C Canada: RSS-102 EU: EN 50360
Australia: Radiocommunications Standard 2003
North America: FCC Part 15, Class B
Canada: ICES 003 Class B
EU: EN55022 Class B, EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-7, EN 301 489-17, EN 301 489-19, EN 301 489-24, EN 60601-1-2 Australia: AS/NZS CISPRA-22
IEC Class2/FDA Class II in accordance with IEC60825-1/EN60825-1
For countries outside USA, Canada, European Economic Area, Japan or
Australia consult your local Motorola representative
The MC75 is warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for a
period of 12 months from date of shipment, provided that the product remains
unmodified and is operated under normal and proper conditions.
The MC75 is a true global product that is supported in all industrial countries. Please visit for a complete list of supported countries.
Part number SS-MC75. Printed in USA 02/09. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are
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contact your local Motorola office or Business Partner. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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