Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Tablet Docking Station

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Powered Docking Station is designed for the mobile worker that typically works outside the office including those in the transportation, logistics, and manufacturing fields. The powered docking station has an ergonomic design well-suited for placement within the vehicle cabin and is tested to MIL-STD 810G standards with a POGO pin connector to supply power to the tablet. The docking station also has a keyed lock for theft deterrence and can be engaged or disengaged with one hand.

Port Replicator:

Power supply input - 10VdC-48Vdc


0.88 lbs. / 0.4 kg


Height: 6.76" / 17.2 cm
Width: 8.86" / 22.5 cm
​Depth: 1.18" / 3.0 cm


  • Designed for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active rugged tablet computer with rugged case
  • 4' (121.92 cm) power cable
  • Tested to MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration specifications
  • Access to all control buttons, ports and the C-Pen stylus while the tablet is inserted
  • Docking Station can be mounted using the VESA 75mm mounting hole pattern, to attach to a Gamber-Johnson system use the Universal Adapter Bracket (Item No. 7160-0454)
  • Docking Station can be mounted on a flat vertical surface
  • POGO pin connector and internal power supply provides power to charge the Samsung tablet while docked
  • Convenient front support helps to align the tablet to ensure proper charging connectivity
  • Push-button lock with key for theft deterrence
  • Simple, one-handed cradle operation:
    • Insert bottom of Samsung tablet into the docking station and push top of the tablet in until the lock engages – Samsung tablet is docked
    • Push latch button up with your thumb then remove the tablet from the docking station
  • Composite design for reduced overall weight
  • 1 year limited warranty

Certificates & Testing:

  • Vibration/Shock Testing: MIL-STD 810G
  • RoHS, WEE, FCC,CE, E-Mark, TUV
  • SAE Standard J1455 Crash Test
  • EMI - Electromagnetic Interference
  • Lock and Docking Mechanisms Tested: 10,000 cycles