4K digital signage player suits transport applications

The latest Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) digital signage player from Axiomtek has an 8th generation Intel Core and Celeron processors with the Intel H310 chipset.

The OPS500-520-H smart cableless digital signage module has two DDR4-2400 SO-DIMMs for up to 32Gbyte of system memory. Offering enhanced multimedia performance, the OPS500-520-H is suited to a range of digital signage applications in retail, transport, entertainment and education.

The OPS500-520-H supports the LGA1151 socket-type processors, which can be configured to meet performance requirements. The OPS signage module is connected to OPS-compliant display via a standardised JAE TX-25A plug connector interface which supports DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, USB 2.0, USB 3.1, audio and UART signals. It also has one M.2 Key E for Wi-Fi modules and one M.2 Key M supporting PCIe, SATA and SSD interfaces for storage. The company believes that the smart cableless open pluggable signage module with simplified installation, maintenance and upgrade will help develop creative display solutions.

The OPS500-520-H features two USB 2.0, two USB 3.1 Gen 1, one RS-232, one Gigabit LAN with Intel i219-LM Ethernet controller and one HDMI with 4K ultra HD resolution. The low noise fan makes this OPS signage module suitable for interactive whiteboard applications used in meeting rooms, classrooms and hospitals. The Intel Core-based OPS signage player supports Windows 10 64-bit and Linux operation system. It also comes with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 which can provide security and privacy benefits.

Axiomtek’s OPS500-520-H will be available in early November 2018.

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