For each digital sign, you will need one Screenly Player. This is a physical device that renders content to your screen, which you manage via your Screenly cloud account. Screenly Player devices have very low energy use and are highly secure, receiving security updates automatically.
Screenly Players are available worldwide in three formats;
Player Option 1 - Screenly Box 0
Choose this option if you already have your display screens or if you want to purchase your display screens separately from your digital signage player(s). The Screenly Box 0 comes with a Screenly Player (tech specs below) that has our display software preinstalled, a high-quality international power supply cord (USA/UK/EU/AU), and an HDMI cable for a reliable and trouble-free installation. Order from Amazon.
Technical details: Device dimensions: Length 100mm , Width 65mm, Depth 25mm, Form-factor: Stand-alone, Monitor size: N/A (Bring your own monitor), CPU: ARMv7 CPU, RAM: 1GB, Storage: 8-16 Gb (MLC flash), Connectivity: Ethernet, WLAN and Bluetooth, Real Time Clock (RTC): No, Watchdog Device: Yes, Resolution: 1920x1080 (Full HD), Warranty: Varies between distributor.
Player Option 2 - Professional display with a built-in Screenly Player
Choose this option if you need the very best quality and reliability in professional-grade displays. NEC P and V Series large-format displays are available in 40”-55” sizes and come complete with a built-in Screenly Player. This option is great for large-scale, commercial digital sign deployments, and our Screenly Preferred Partners can help your business with all aspects of your installation. Contact Screenly Sales for our preferred partners in your area.
Technical details: Player type: Built-in, Monitor size: 40-55”, CPU: ARMv7 CPU, RAM: 1GB, Storage: 16 Gb (eMMC), Connectivity: Ethernet, Real Time Clock (RTC): Yes, Watchdog Device: Yes, Resolution: 1920x1080 (Full HD), Warranty: Varies between distributors
Player Option 3 - Raspberry Pi Self-Build
For our more technically-minded users, we offer the Screenly disk image for download. To create a self-build Screenly Player, flash the disk image onto a microSD card and then insert the microSD card into your own Raspberry Pi unit. The Screenly Player disk image is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B/B+ and the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3). If you have a Raspberry Pi on hand, sign up for a free trial and get started with your first digital Screenly display today! Are you building multiple players? Contact us for build specifications for best reliability and performance!