Motorola MC9500K Mobile Computer

Motorola MC9500K – Mobility to the MAX

The Motorola MC9500K raises the bar for premier rugged mobile computing, incorporating breakthrough ergonomic design and features to support the most demanding field mobility applications. Truly in a class of its own, this groundbreaking device is as different on the inside as it is on the outside. Building on Motorola’s signature MC9000 Series, the MC9500-K delivers a more rugged design, more data capture options, true WAN technology independence and application flexibility through customer-swappable WAN subsystems and keypads, more processing power and a game-changing approach to battery and backroom management — all in a lighter, sleeker and easier-to-use form factor.

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Watch real life examples where the Motorola MC9500K adds to your mobile workers’ productivity and improves the efficiency of your organisation.

    • More rugged
    • More ergonomic, lighter and easier to use
    • More advanced wireless communications
    • More modularity and flexibility
    • More data capture options
    • More processing power
    • Completely new approach to accessories, battery and backroom management

Some highlights of the Motorola MC9500K

MAX Rugged

  • IP 67 Rating – see what that means – click here
  • 1.8 metre drops to concrete
  • meets MIL-STD 810G drop specifications
  • 2000 x 1 metre tumbles = 2 gits a day, every day, for over 5 years
  • monocoque unibody enclosure provides greater structural integrity


Customer upgradeable 3.5 WAN. Add WAN later or change WAN technologies as needed – no need to return the device to a service centre. Reduced operating and running costs.

MAX Keypad

Pick a keypad that suits your data entry requirements. If your needs change, swap the keypad yourself in minutes without the need to send it to a service centre.

MAX Sensor

MAX Data Capture

Capture 1D and 2D barcodes, photos, videos, signatures, documents & more – all with the MC-9500-K.


MAX Battery

A new battery with an indicator light – no more guessing how good your battery is!

MAX Everything

  • Windows Mobile 6.1 Operating System
  • 806 MHz PXA320 processor
  • GPS, wireless broadband, 802.11 a/b/g, Bluetooth & IrDA
  • Superior ergonomics


Motorola MC-9500K – taking Motorola mobile computers to the MAX

Product Brochure    Specification Sheet       Accessory Guide

User Manual             Quick Start Guide        Integrator Guide

Related Information:

Read this ‘Technical Brief’ about the advances in technology that help improve the ROI and TCO of your mobility solution. Mobility Architecture eXtensions (MAX) deliver a set of features that are flexible, modular and can be changed by you, the owner, during the life cycle of the system without sending the device to a service centre.

Technical Brief

Motorola Interactive Sensor Technology (IST) – explains all about motion sensing technology that in the past was confined to consumer based mobile phones and is now gaining momentum in hand held mobile computers.

Technical Brief

Maximising ROA (Return On Asset) with modular design. To WAN or not to WAN. Not sure, add it later. Which keypad? Change it yourself within two minutes. Simplified management of backroom accessories such as cradles and battery chargers. Read this brief to learn more on how to get greater value from your investment.

Technical Brief

Discusses the high cost (and often unconsidered) issue of inefficient battery management. The MC-9500-K series offers you an ‘Intelligent Battery’ that has an integrated display to show you the ‘state of charge’ and ‘state of health’. This allows the user to make an informed decision and leave the office with a battery that will last the day (and longer) and avoid being out in the field stranded with a device that won’t function.

Technical Brief

See how State and Local Government agencies are using the Motorola MC9500K series in everyday situations such as food safety inspections in restaurants, maintenance checks on roads or bridges and emergency services in the event of traffic accidents or natural disasters.

Application Brief

Direct Store Delivery (DSD) and Route Accounting – how to use mobile computers to eliminate paper-based forms, data entry by someone else hours or days after the event. Give your mobile workforce the information that they need now that is up to the minute. In today’s internet age with wireless internet and better coverage there is no reason to be using last centuries ‘batch’ technology.

Application Brief


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