NEW RELEASE: Panasonic Toughbook FZ-L1 Car Cradle

Get the first look at the latest Strike Alpha Panasonic FZ-L1 car cradle!

Strike has engineered yet again an optimum mounting solution for enterprise-grade handhelds by designing a vehicle mount that complements the enterprise quality of the Panasonic FZ-L1.

The Strike Alpha Cradle for Panasonic TOUGHBOOK L1 is intelligently designed to deliver seamless functionality for every day enterprise use. Strike’s Panasonic FZ-L1 tablet holder presents several features to improve work efficiency for enterprise users from various industries including retail, warehouse, field service, and logistics.

It comes with a built-in fast charger to prolong battery life and device usage whilst engaged in mission-critical activities. It boasts 3 amps of charging power for the pro-installation version and 2.4 amps for the DIY version using 12/24 volt charging with voltage spike protection.

The L1 vehicle dock complements the high-quality features of the TOUGHBOOK L1 by specifically engineering the cradle with high durability and fully capable of withstanding up to 25g in crash standards.

Keep business going with the Panasonic L1 car cradle’s internal passive antenna and never miss an important call in hard to reach areas. Gain reception even on low-coverage areas when you connect its FME connector to a reputable antenna. View the wide range of external antennas available at Strike.

Additionally, the FZ-L1 car mount has an AMPS pattern at the back of the cradle making it fully compatible with any mounting system or RAM Mount solution that has the universal AMPs pattern. Lockable versions of the L1 car cradle are also available to keep your TOUGHBOOK tablet mounted securely even on public places.

The Panasonic TOUGHBOOK L1 car mount by Strike is now available here. Watch the Panasonic FZ-L1 Tablet Cradle product demo below:

About Strike Group

Strike Group is Australia’s leading provider and manufacturer of innovative car technologies. Strike integrates innovative design and seamless engineering in all its products. The company now exports to 72 countries having appointed key partners in the American and European market.

Back to blog