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Premio launches new fanless industrial mini computer powered by Intel Celeron J Series processors

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Premio launches new fanless industrial mini computer powered by Intel Celeron J Series processors

Premio Inc, a rugged edge and embedded computing solutions provider, has expanded its product range with a new fanless mini industrial edge computer that uses Intel Celeron J Series processors. The company said the new system aims to serve the demands of industrial applications, such as control systems, automation setups, telematics and transportation systems.

According to Premio, the BCO-1000-EHL is positioned as a more advanced alternative to the discontinued Intel NUC mini PCs. The newly designed embedded device maintains its core functionalities while featuring a sturdier design, enabling it to operate seamlessly in harsh industrial environments. The BCO-1000-EHL’s compact design facilitates integration into space-constrained industrial use cases without compromising computing performance.

“Mission-critical edge workloads require reliability in harsh environments, ensuring uninterrupted performance for low-latency processing and data telemetry– key benefits that the BCO-1000-EHL addresses with size, performance, and costs to deliver unmatched value in the market,” says Dustin Seetoo, the product marketing director at Premio.

The company says that Premio’s newest industrial edge computer has several key features, including the ability to withstand a wide operating temperature range, ensuring resilience against shock and vibration. The device also has broad voltage input ranges and features safeguards such as over-current and over-voltage protection. These measures safeguard the computer’s internal components from potential damage caused by electrical issues.

Premio notes that the Intel 11th generation Celeron J Series processor, equipped with up to four cores, delivers high performance while ensuring minimal power consumption. The device can power three 4K displays simultaneously. Additionally, BCO-1000-EHL comes with an embedded CAN bus onboard, a widely used communication protocol in industrial applications, facilitating direct communication between machines and network devices.

“As a manufacturer of industrial computers, Premio is committed to delivering scalable computing solutions that meet the demands for reliability in the harshest environments while keeping costs competitive,” Seetoo adds.

Premio also introduced the RCO-3000-CML in March, an embedded computer designed for large-scale industrial settings. The company says this device also features a small form factor and a fanless design, ensuring high processing performance while operating efficiently in extreme industrial conditions.

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