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Premio aims to advance Industry 4.0 infrastructure with open-frame touch monitors

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Premio aims to advance Industry 4.0 infrastructure with open-frame touch monitors

Premio Inc has unveiled its new FIO Series, a collection of open-frame touch monitors. The FIO Series aims to set a new standard in rugged edge and embedded computing tech, with its slim profile and eco-friendly technology.

The FIO Series targets various industries, including automation, manufacturing, digital signage, retail, healthcare and gaming. These open-frame monitors offer display sizes ranging from 15 inches to 27 inches and a depth of approximately 40mm (1.5 inches) for integration in diverse environments without sacrificing display quality, the company says.

Leveraging TFT-LCD and LED backlight technology, the FIO Series reduces power consumption and offers an environmentally friendly option. The company adds that the monitors feature a 10-point PCAP touchscreen, allowing interactive functionality and quick adaptability by users.

Additionally, a wide viewing angle ensures readability and clarity in both portrait and landscape modes, even under challenging lighting conditions, the company says.

Dustin Seetoo, the product marketing director at Premio, says the company is proud of the FIO Series. He also emphasizes the growing demand for display technologies customized for harsh environments in the era of IIoT and edge-native processing, highlighting the synergy between industrial-grade touch monitors and rugged edge computers.

According to Premio, the FIO monitors are designed for durability and feature 7H tempered glass for scratch resistance and a front IP65 rating to keep out moisture and dust. Additionally, the series adheres to UL, FCC and CE industry standards, with 50,000 hours of MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) and a 3-year warranty.

In September, Premio introduced the ECO-1000 Series EDGEBoost EnergyPack, an industrial-grade supercapacitor power backup solution. The company says this technology offers configurable power redundancy for mission-critical applications, including industrial computers, displays and panel PCs. Premio unveiled the product at Pack Expo 2023 in Las Vegas.

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