Denso Homepage Multiplexx - Mobile Computing Solutions And Accessories Denso Homepage Multiplexx - Mobile Computing Solutions And Accessories
Multiplexx - Providing an exciting range of accssories for Motorola products
Contact Us

Category Search

Product Search

Like us on Facebook

PDF Reader


Check that you have the latest version here.

Connect with us!

LinkedIn Facebook YouTube Twitter Email

Denso Homepage Multiplexx - Mobile Computing Solutions And Accessories


DENSO ADC is among the world's largest manufacturers of mobile data capture systems. The company, which pioneered CCD technology and invented the revolutionary QR Code®, offers a wide range of advanced-technology, including handheld 1D and 2D terminals and scanners, featuring lightweight, yet durable, ergonomic designs.

DENSO ADC is a brand of DENSO Corporation, a leading global supplier of advanced automotive technology, systems and components. DENSO was established in Japan in 1949 as a member of the Toyota Group, and currently employs 120,000 people in 32 countries and regions.


Combining these Device with our range of Batteries & Accessories will keep the Device protected from damage whilst giving the user more flexibility in how they use the device with accessories such as; batteries, shoulder straps and belt clips attached the cases.

BHT 300B BHT 300Q 2D BHT 400

bht2065-150px denso_bht-5000-150px

BHT 2065
BHT 5000
BHT 6000


BHT 8000


Denso website


Products I'm Interested In

Your Cart is currently empty.

Select Currency

Select Currency

Top Selling Products

Motorola MC9200G / 9190G / 9090G Vehicle Top Mounted Holster

The best selling holster for the Motorola MC9200G / MC9190G / MC9090G Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA). Made from ballistic nylon for all day and everyday use.

RRP £ 176.40


AP650 (external antenna) bracket, metal, mounting solution

AP650 (external antenna) bracket, metal, clips into place, no screws required to mount AP650 to bracket.

RRP £ 50.00


Multiplexx - Accessories & Solutions for Mobile computing devices and networks