Panelplayer is an evolved MP3 audio player, which allows you to create info interactive areas, teaching and museum routes, information totems for exhibitions, musical scenery, interactive points for commercial promos, relax areas, etc.
Panelplayer is interactive, since it directly captures the attention of the people moving nearby with commercial slogans or with a series of notices activated by a small infrared sensor, which can be camouflaged in the best position from an aesthetic point of view.
The system can be combined with panels printed with customised graphics, with a high emotional impact: the panel itself acts as an acoustic amplifier with a wide sound distribution using specific Exciters: a perfect match in order to advertise using intelligenceand creativity.
PanelPlayer is a high technology device. In a very small space you can have:
- Player of MP3 audio files memorised on extractable Secure Digital or MultiMedia Card memory;
- Amplifier in class D stereo 20+20W, configurable mono (bridge) 40W;
- 8 inputs for single playing, in sequence or in binary combination of audio messages, preset for the connection of buttons, touch sensor, infrared movement sensors;
- 1 RS485 serial port for connection to outside control systems;
- Audio Mixer to mix an outside audio source;
- Audio limiter for automatic control of the output volume.
- PLAYLIST: operation with several playlists or sequences of audio files which can be activated via logical inputs.
- SLAVE: 8 digital inputs for the playing of maximum 255 messages/audio in binary combination.
- SERIAL RS485: to interface with control systems for direct recalling of any messages/audio files stored in SD/MMC memory; no limitations on the number of files.
- TIMED: sequence of audio notices issued cyclically, consisting of single messages or blocks of at most 8 files, with a maximum programming of 1 hour. Synchronization with connection of more PanelPlayer.
- PanelPlayer has an audio input for connection to outside music sources: at the programmed event, the input audio signal fades out in a programmed manner.