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Premio Set to Launch Fanless Mini Industrial PC Running Intel Elkhart Lake Processor

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

Premio set to launch fanless mini industrial PC running Intel Elkhart Lake processor. The PC is the RCO-1000-EHL Fanless Mini Industrial computer. The computer sports Intel 11th Generations Celeron J Series (Elkhart Lake) processors.

The RCO-1000-EHL is the company’s latest addition to its industrial low-power, fanless mini computers. The EHL model adds significant performance enhancements and boosts, for space-limited applications. These applications can be automation systems, telematics, surveillance deployments, industrial controls, and transportation at the rugged edge.

The EHL is a system-on-chip (SoC) design that provides an increase in performance over the RCO-1000-J1900 by up to 60%. The base model is palm-sized and measures just 150mmx105mmx49mm. These dimensions make the EHL one of the smallest industrial computers on the market at this time. The company feels that despite its tiny footprint the EHL has maximum reliability in challenging and harsh environments.

The design allows for cableless and fanless function, which enhances durability, and allows for broader temperature ranges, wide input voltage and shock and vibration resistance.

Key industrial features

  • 50G and 5Grms (MIL-STD-810G) Shock and Vibration Resistance
  • -25℃ to +70℃ Operating temperature range
  • Over Voltage and Over Current Protection
  • 9 to 36 VDC

“With the proliferation of data generation from IoT sensors and devices at the rugged edge, IT to OT convergence models can benefit from industrial fanless computers for x86 processing, storage, and wireless connectivity,” said Dustin Seetoo, product marketing director, at Premio. “The RCO-1000-EHL addresses specific demands for size, durability, and increased performance in a compact size.” 

The EHL runs Intel Celeron J6413 10 Nanometer chip in low 10W TDP. The processor can have up to four cores, which offers a high-performance and low-power IIoT solution. The Elkhart Lake chip can have 5X graphic performance from integrated Intel UHD graphics, boosts up to 2.3x single and multi-thread performance, and can support 4x the memory than the J1900 its predecessor.

With this release, the RCO-1000-EHL can support complex software, enable up to three 4K displays, and also has 15year lifecycle support.

Modular I/O options

  • 1x 4K HDMI port
  • 1x DP port
  • 1x DIO port
  • 2 COM (RS-232/422/485) ports
  • 4x USB ports

For connections, there are also 2x LAN ports (1x 2.5 GbE and 1x Gbe LAN) the USB ports total 4 and are laid out as 3x 3.2 Gen 2, and 1x 2.0. The internal expansion also offers a 1x full-size mini PCIe, 1x 2.5 inch SATA SSD/HDD Bay and there is also 1x M.2 B-Key for AI acceleration at the edge as well as 4G/5G modules.

For further information on the RCO-1000-EHL see the Premio website product page here.

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