Pete Staples

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  • Show more info on the PLT screen

    ID or serial number Test duration (presumably shown at the conclusion of the test along with the overall test result)

  • Log4j Vulnerability - We Don't Have It

    We do not use the Log4j framework in PLT-OS or PLTcloud and from our current assessment, we do not have exposure to the recently reported Log4j vulnerability.

  • 100% Renewable Power in San Francisco

    One of our 2021 initiatives to reduce our carbon emissions is to switch to "SuperGreen" electricity via a program of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). More information can be f...

  • Our Blog: The Watershed

    Our blog, The Watershed, is an indexed list of articles about the environment and encourages other electronics companies to support our planet.

  • Sustainability Page

    We make sustainability announcements and track our progress toward eliminating e-waste from our Sustainability page:

  • Factory Reset of PLT


    It could be desirable to have a "factory reset" feature on the PLT that erases all client-specific information so it can be enrolled with a new organization.

  • Vulnerability Feedback

    If you discover a security vulnerability in the PLT, we encourage you to email us at with "vulnerability" in the subject line.

  • Cellular backup


    The PLT is a connected device for programming and testing other connected devices.  There is an ethernet port in the back for connecting it to PLTcloud so that you can deploy new releases to it and...

  • RIPPLE20 Threat

    A new security threat has been identified affecting a large number of IoT devices called "RIPPLE20".  Exposure to this threat exists for devices using a TCP/IP stack created by the company TRECK.  ...

  • Does PLT have a GRUB2 bootloader vulnerability?

    No.  We do not employ the GRUB2 bootloader in the PLT. If you're curious, you can find more info about this security vulnerability you make click the link below describing this "boot hole": https:/...