Certification-Ready industrial computers are embedded computing solutions that act as sub-assembly building blocks or final OEM system configuration in key enterprise and IoT applications. System integrators and platform builders can accelerate time-to-market with this certification-ready industrial computer for new product introduction (FCC, CE, and UL). This industrial computer also acts as a perfect solution to upgrade legacy computing platforms that require re-certification of sub-assembly builds in a accredited lab. The KCO-2000 industrial computer is a commercial off the shelf (COTS) computing solution that provides reliability and embedded longevity with its extended lifecycle support. The certification-ready KCO-2000 industrial computer is deployable in applications that rely on computing solution in Kiosks, ATMs, Security and Surveillance, Metrology and Automation inspection, and mobile medical carts.
The KCO Series is built around Premio’s CT-MCL01 Micro-ATX motherboard. This motherboard is 244mm x 244mm (W x D) and uses a LGA 1151 Socket that supports 8th/9th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor with the Q370 chipset. The KCO Series computers are designed to be compact enough to fit in space limiting IoT deployments. The KCO-2000 Series uses a tool-less mounting option that can be quickly mounted in a variety of industrial spaces.
KCO-2000 is equiped with numerous ports and I/O, 4x Serial, 2x LAN, 6x USB 3.1, and 7x USB 2.0 Ports. KCO-2000 also includes multiple display interfaces digital DP, HDMI, DVI as well as VGA to maximize user's needs.
The KCO comes standard with a hot-swappable drive tray that offers support for solid-state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs). The KCO also features on-board NVMe storage in m.2 form factor that can support NVMe PCIe x 4 in 2242, 2260, 2280 dimensions.
The KCO-2000 Series comes with a single PCIe Gen 3 x16 slot, allowing system integrators to add a low-profile add-in card to the system.
KCO has TPM 2.0 to provide boot security and platform integrity at the hardware level. TPM functions by storing RSA encryption keys on a specific chip that cannot be accessed by software, protecting the system against unauthorized firmware and software modifications.
The chassis of the KCO-Series is built using heavy-duty metals while maintaining practicality and ease-of-use,
forming an excellent housing for the sensitive internal components. The KCO Series comes equipped with an external dust filter that lowers the amount of dust that can make its way into the industrial computer. This can prevent sensitive internal components from dust and debris damage. A key design feature is the washable dust filter, making it easy to clean to keep dust out of the PC and keep air easily flowing throughout the system for embedded reliability.