Portsmith products are designed specifically for industrial and enterprise applications where reliability and durability are everything.
Twenty Years of History
Since the beginning, Portsmith has prioritized quality first. Our products commonly out-live the handhelds they charge and connect.
Over 1 million units installed
Even with high volume deployments over the years, RMA rates are extremely low. Portsmith products are built to last.
Once your IT managers qualify Portsmith products, you can be confident that the design will not change.
USB-C To Ethernet + Power
Our Swoopy-3C is the only enterprise grade USB-C 3.1 to Gigabit Ethernet adapter that also provides USB-C power delivery via the on-board USB-C power input port. With input speeds up 5Gb/ and 1 Gigabit to Ethernet output coupled with Portsmith’s legendary stability, this is the choice for business deployments in which failure is not an option. Learn More.
USB to Ethernet: Desktop
The classic Swoopy has been available from Portsmith since 2014. Tens of thousands have been deployed in enterprise applications, connecting Windows, Windows CE, Android, and other devices to wired Ethernet. This is the USB to Ethernet adapter of choice for business applications. Learn More.
Ruggedized USB-A to Ethernet
With the same internals as the Swoopy, our Swoopy 2 rugged USB-A to Ethernet adapter is encapsulated in impact resistant ABS plastic. For applications in harsh environments, this adapter offers durability second to none. Learn More.
Ruggedized micro-USB to Ethernet
For Android use cases using micro-USB connections. With the same internals as the Swoopy, our Swoopy 2 rugged micro-USB to Ethernet adapter is encapsulated in impact resistant ABS plastic. For applications in harsh environments, this adapter offers durability second to none. Learn More.
Slot System applies the same proven cradle cups to a wide range of use-cases. The cradle cups are mounted to a variety of application specific elements to make up a complete cradle for a specific use case. The cradle cups themselves are also modular, allowing for lower cost compatibility switching when migrating to new handhelds (limitations apply).