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Before installation, unpack the SMP-S unit and carefully inspect it for damage.

Box Contents

  • 1 SMP-S device
  • Power adapter
  • 2 WiFi antennas
  • Scala Media Player Guide

Device Images







NumberPort/Jack/Button/IndicatorQuantityDescription
1Power button1Use to manually turn the SMP-S on and off.
2USB 3.0 port2Use to add a mouse and keyboard for configuration.
3Display Continuity button and indicator1 eachPress to turn on display continuity. Use with the Windows® playback engine to lock display configuration. When display continuity is on, the indicator light is green.
4WiFi indicator1Use to identify if the device is connected to WiFi. When the device is connected to WiFi, the indicator button is blue.
5Reset button1Use to reset the device.
6Remote Switch port1RJ-11 connector that enables users to add a remote switch to turn the unit on and off.
7Microphone jack1Use to plug in a microphone.
8Audio jack1Use to add analog audio.









NumberPort/JackQuantityDescription
9Power jack1Use to plug in the power supply to the SMP-S
10Antennae 11Use to connect the wireless antennae (included) for a wireless Internet source.
11LAN Port1RJ-45 jack used to connect the SMP-L to a wired Internet source.
12HDMI port1Use to plug in an HDMI video device.
13USB 3.02Use to add a mouse and keyboard for configuration.
14COM port1Serial port used to add a video device.
15Antennae 21Use to connect the wireless antennae (included) for a wireless Internet source.


There are two methods for setting up the SMP-S unit:

  • Using a mouse and keyboard.
  • Network set-up using a remote connection.

Required for Set-up

In order to set up the SMP-S unit, you will need:

  • Display screen
  • HDMI cable
  • RJ-45 cable for wired networks
  • 120V or 240V electrical outlet
  • Wireless mouse and keyboard 
    -or-
  • Laptop running tnviewer.exe and connected using an Ethernet crossover cable

Connecting the Cables

  1. Connect the SMP-S unit to the display using the HDMI cable. 
  2. If using a wired network, plug a cable into the RJ-45 jack on the back of the unit.
    If using a wireless network, screw the included antenna into the antenna connector on the back of the unit.
  3. Plug the power cord into the power connector on the back of the unit. 
  4. Plug the power cord into a 120V or 240V electrical outlet.

Once the unit is plugged in, the Scala Media Player starts up. If the unit does not automatically start, press the power button on the front of the device.

Important

Before proceeding with player configuration, ensure that you have created a player profile in Content Manager. See Creating a Player for more information.
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