Yes, it's a Linux box. We run a hardened version of Linux to make the box less vulnerable to power failures. There is also hardware inside to provide lots of USB ports for accessories like scanners, label printers, marking lasers, cameras, etc. We also incorporate a lot of test equipment which we configure with the PLT Operating System (PLT-OS).
Articles in this section
- Can I connect a 3rd party scanner or label printer to the PLT?
- What are Elements, Releases, and Deployments?
- What is the cost of the PLT?
- Does the PLT work in China?
- How can I edit test plans?
- Where is the PLT best suited?
- What are the specific benefits of the PLT?
- What's inside the PLT? Is it a Linux box?
- Which microcontroller unit (MCU) families are supported by the PLT?
- If everything is the cloud, why do you have a box?