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  • Reduce Errors and Overall Installation Time with Pre-Wired Power Distribution Plates
    Beyond the mounting system and antennas, almost every in-vehicle mobile data installation requires, at least, one DC power supply, shutdown timing device and a fuse block. Some set-ups require multiple power supplies or boosters… even modems. All of these power and networking devices need to be mounted somewhere inside the cab of the vehicle. The challenge is finding a suitable location where the devices won’t be damaged (kicked, exposed to elements, etc.) and the wiring...
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  • Work Truck Console a great solution for utility and field service customers
    The majority of MOBILE MOUNTS’ customers use a pedestal system when mounting a laptop or tablet in their trucks. From the floor up, this standard system would include a vehicle base, pole, motion attachment and a docking station. However, for those projects where additional equipment, like radios, light controls and 12V convenience outlets, need to be mounted, or supplementary storage is required, a pedestal system is not ideal. This is where a Work Truck Console...
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  • Project management key for successful and on-time mobile data deployment
    The concept of deploying mobile technology in fleet vehicles – thereby, maximizing field workforce productivity throughout the day – has been around for a couple of decades. Companies are increasingly savvy at knowing the issues and pitfalls when considering proper software application, device selection and connectivity. However, there is one aspect of a deployment that is often overlooked… how to manage the installation of the solution. Why is this a challenge? Because installing mobile data...
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  • Q&A with Noe Rodriguez, Lead Installation Technician
    Q: How long have you been with MOBILE MOUNTS? A: I have been employed with the company for six years. Q: What does a lead technician do? A: The lead technician is responsible for proper training, customer relations, project completions, and communication with management. Q: What is the best aspect of your job? A: One of the best aspects of my job is that I’m given the opportunity to work by myself or with a...
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  • Power distribution units vital to charging mobile data equipment
    Vehicle Power Distribution Units (VPDU) and Accessory Power Distribution Units (APDU) are an important component for any laptop or tablet in-vehicle deployment. They protect the vehicle battery from over-discharge and shield sensitive electronics equipment from low and high voltage damage. In addition, they turn off electrical loads at a preset time after the vehicle engine is shut down, connect and fuse all electronic devices in one central place and feature a ground bus that provides...
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  • Weather Pack connectors simplify wiring for power
    MOBILE MOUNTS began offering Weather Pack connectors as an option on our Fully Assembled Installation Plates a few years ago to make the installation process for upfitters and our customers easier. Today, they are a standard feature on all FAIPs and installation wiring kits. So what exactly are Weather Pack connectors and why do we strongly advocate their use? Weather Pack connectors are an environmentally sealed connection system originally developed by Packard Electric engineers (now...
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Mobile Mounting Solutions, Inc. (MOBILE MOUNTS) was established in 1997 by Larry Alexander and Brian Belcher, both of whom have years of electrical engineering and sales experience in the mobile computing and high-tech industries.

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