The PARASYNC i30 for the iPod touch 5G and 6G is a 30-unit charging and synchronization dock, that is bundled with 30 protective device cases. It is the only cable-free system designed specifically to charge and synchronize institutional deployments of iOS devices.
How It Works
The dock charges 30 iPod touch 5G or 6G devices using a built-in power supply and can be safely plugged into any standard wall outlet. To synchronize, simply connect the dock via the supplied data cable to your Mac and open iTunes or Apple Configurator where you will see all devices appear. LED indicators show when the devices are charging, fully charged and when they are syncing.
PARASYNC functions with most iPod and iPhone models and generations. A slotted support insert customized to the profile of the individual device ensures ease of docking and provides optimal protection. When ordering please specify device model. We do not support mixing of iPod or iPhone models.
Optimal Device Support And Protection
PARASYNC docks are bundled with 30 purpose-built rugged protective cases.
The docks feature a molded support receiver designed to ensure ease of docking and provide optimal device support. The receivers are “keyed” to accommodate the iPod touch with our proprietary case left on. Ingeniously designed, the receiver also accepts the devices without the provided case. However, the receiver does not accommodate third party cases.
PARASYNC docks are software-neutral and work with iTunes, Apple Configurator or 3rd party mobile device management software. We recommend syncing with a Mac (running OS 10.4 or higher and iTunes 7.1 or higher). Users will experience fluctuations in performance when syncing to a large quantity of devices to iTunes on a Windows PC.
PARASYNC i30 Devices Supported
iPod touch 5G
iPod touch 6G
Dimensions: 14.5” W x 18.07” L x 3.25” H (36.8 x 45.9 x 8.3 cm)
Weight: 21 lbs (9.5 kg)
Warranty: 1 year
Power Supply Input: 100-240 VAC
Listed to UL standard 60950-1
Canadian CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07
PARASYNC for iPod touch 5G or 6G user guide