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Digital Signage


Digital Signage is a fast growing area of AV, giving users a cost effective way to easily update and quickly change displays and promotional content. It delivers benefits such as the opportunity to reduce printing costs, increase brand awareness, instantly change promotional items and give flexible control over marketing content.


Part No. SMP-300


PRO Series Players


The compact, lightweight player can playback videos, images, tickers, and clock in a maximum of seven zones. It is also an energy saver, consuming less than 6W of energy. Features, Multimedia Presentation, Easy Template Creation, Local and Centralised scheduling, Content update, Remote management, Easy Installation, 1080p and HDMI


SMP-2100


Equipped with 2 HDMI outputs for 2 Displays, Provide 3 playback modes to show zone-type displays, individual programs, or playlists, Support 1080p Full HD video, Flash®, HTML5, CSS3, weather, social media, etc. Unlimited Video zones, Image zones, and Ticker zones*, Support 2 signal output modes: single and clone modes, Offer flexible task scheduling based on once, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly timescales, Allow self-designed template creation either directly on SMP player or on your PC, Make rich Library and cloud resources freely available


Part No. SMP-4000


WEB Series Players (supports HID compliant touch screens / create interactive platform) With 1080P support and latest NEO operating software, this latest player from Cayin greatly enhances the user experience with easy content management, flexible template creation built-in, and complete new look Web Interface including preview feature. Includes dual output, supports HTML5, AV in Video, weather, social media etc. with task scheduling calendar. Also access to Cayin cloud resources freely available. Supports both landscape and portrait modes. Hardware is industrial grade and fanless


SMP-6000 LB660A


Unique player to the market. Features two outputs which allow you to configure your displays in a number of ways. Both screen outputs can show different images and can run separate playlists, or you can stretch your display across two displays. Portrait and landscape formats are supported. Inc 320Gb SATA drive and full HD support. NOW INCLUDES VIDEO INPUT AND HDMI OUTPUT. SMP 6000 features new Cayin NEO operating system


SMP-6000 LB660A


Unique player to the market. The WEB DUO features two outputs which allow you to configure your displays in a number of ways. Both screen outputs can show different images and can run separate playlists, or you can stretch your display across two displays. Portrait and landscape formats are supported. Inc 320Gb SATA drive and full HD support. NOW INCLUDES VIDEO INPUT AND HDMI OUTPUT. SMP 6000 features new Cayin NEO operating system


SMP-6000 LB660B


Cayin Digital Signage player, fitted with Core2Duo Processor. Better suited for high usage Flash applications Unique player to the market. The WEB DUO features two outputs which allow you to configure your displays in a number of ways. Both screen outputs can show different images and can run separate playlists, or you can stretch your display across two displays. Portrait and landscape formats are supported. Inc 320Gb SATA drive and full HD support. NOW INCLUDES VIDEO INPUT AND HDMI OUTPUT. SMP 6000 features new Cayin NEO operating system


SMP-8000


Cayin Digital Signage player, 4K/UHD, Touch Screen, RS232, Equipped with 4 DisplayPort outputs, tailored for 3 or 4-display video wall applications, Support 4 signal output modes: single, clone, extended, and distinct modes, Provide 3 playback modes to show both zone-type displays and full-screen digital posters, Support 1080p Full HD video, Flash®, HTML5, weather, social media, etc. Offer flexible task scheduling based on once, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly timescales, Allow self-designed template creation either directly on SMP player or on your PC, Make rich Library and cloud resources freely available


COLLABORATION & SIGNAGE


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