Premio’s core industrial edge computers earn UL-listing

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Premio’s core industrial edge computers earn UL-listing

Premio Inc, a rugged edge and embedded computing tech provider, has announced its core series of industrial rugged edge computers have achieved UL (Underwriter Laboratories) Listing, satisfying rigorous IEC 62368-1 3rd Edition standards as defined by UL 62368-1 Ed. 3. According to Premio, this accomplishment demonstrates Premio’s dedication to product safety, quality and design.

Dustin Seetoo, the director of product marketing at Premio, states, “Obtaining UL certification and compliance for safety in North America is the holy grail for industry-wide product recognition.”

He emphasizes the importance of safety and reliability in mission-critical applications, highlighting the UL certification reaffirming Premio’s strong position as a provider of industrial rugged edge solutions.

The UL 62368-1 3rd Edition standard is a stringent safety requirement for information technology, audio/video and telecommunications equipment. The certification process requires comprehensive testing and evaluation to ensure complete adherence to safety prerequisites.

It aims to minimize potential risks such as electrical shocks, fires, mechanical hazards and others in mission-critical deployments.

The company says Premio’s UL-listed products offer significant advantages in diverse industrial applications, including industrial automation, medical inference, NVR surveillance and vehicle fleet telematics.

Specific Premio products that satisfy the UL 62368-1 3rd edition compliance include the RCO-1000-EHL series rugged fanless mini computer, RCO-3000-CML series small form factor computer, RCO-6000-CML series AI edge inference computer, BCO-1000-EHL series fanless mini Computer, BCO-2000-RYZ series fanless mini computer and BCO-2000-WHL series fanless mini computer.

Premio Inc was also in the news recently for introducing a new fanless mini industrial edge computer. The device, called the BCO-1000-EHL, utilizes Intel Celeron J Series processors and meets the demands of industrial applications, Premio says. Its sturdy design and compact form factor offers seamless operation in harsh environments while maintaining high computing performance. It serves as an upgraded alternative to the discontinued Intel NUC mini PCs.

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