AOpen 91.DEK01.A020 Digital Engine Digital Signage Appliance
Manufacturer: AOpen
SKU: 91.DEK01.A020
Condition: New
AOpen 91.DEK01.A020 Digital Engine Digital Signage Appliance
Product Type Digital Signage Appliance
Brand Name AOpen
Manufacturer AOpen, Inc
Product Model DEX5550
Product Name Digital Engine DEX5550 Digital Signage Appliance
Product Line Digital Engine
Manufacturer Part Number 91.DEK01.A020
Manufacturer Website Address http://www.aopen.com
Ethernet Yes
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 4
Serial Yes
Height 1"
Width 9.4"
Depth 6.2"
Weight (Approximate) 3.09 lb
Processor Type Core i3
Input Voltage 12 V DC 120 V AC 230 V AC
The DEX5550 is a two output UHD (4K) high-definition media player. It has a high performance, but low power consumption because of the mobile processor. It is fanless and solid state, slim (only 25mm) and designed for a long product life cycle and high performance. The DEX5550 is the perfect solution for digital applications and has no issues running in tough, moving, greasy or dusty environments. Intel Core-i Desktop platform The DEX5550 and the DE5550 are both based on the Intel Core-I platform. More specifically, on the 6th generation. These computing devices are available in i3, i5 and i7, and therefore in different SKU's. UHD (4k) content playback This media player is capable of driving UHD (4k) content. With a resolution that goes up to 3840x2160 pixels your content will be close to perfect. This feature marks the players that are capable of delivering content that is fluent and stutter free in UHD (4k). Small form factor This form factor ensures an easy integration into kiosks or behind screens. The AOPEN small form factor is a standard that is used for Digital Engine (DE) models. The size of our Digital Engine series is set to maximum 166x48x177 mm. Its width set to 166 mm. Do the math and you will see that a Digital Engine is an investment that will last, even after replacing the item in a kiosk or mount that already exists. Integrated HEVC/H.265 10bit codec These units support native hardware decoding for modern codecs like the HEVC/H265 10 bit. Offloading the CPU, the GPU handles the decoding of the video. This creates a fluent playback up to 60fps.