Highest Reliability with

Wired ePaper Signage

Create interactive yet elegant digital signage solutions with the 9.7-inch and 13.3-inch PoE ePaper signs that feature touch buttons, RFID/NFC and Power over Ethernet – all conveniently managed through a Content Management Server. Furthermore, the intrinsic properties of ePaper guarantee that the displayed image is preserved even after the loss of power.

Developed for a greener and more sustainable future, the ePaper signs can be powered for a year with the amount of energy required to power LCDs for a month.

Interactive

Select shown contents through touch buttons or NFC/RFID

Batteryless

Connect power and data through a single PoE cable

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Flexible

Manage content via a CMS, an API or a serverless interface

Configurable

Define the behavior of content changes in response to triggers

Find the Suitable Configuration

9.7-inch PoE 13.3-inch PoE 13.3-inch PoE Lite
DPI 150 150 150
Resolution (H x W) 1200 x 825 1600 x 1200 1600 x 1200
Active Area (mm) 202.80 x 139.43 270.40 x 202.80 270.40 x 202.80
Dimensions (mm) 246.8 x 183.4 x 12.3 304.1 x 236.5 x 12.1 304.1 x 236.5 x 12.1
RFID/NFC ISO14443A/B ISO15693 ISO14443A/B ISO15693 N/A
Touch Buttons 4 4 N/A
Power 48 V PoE / 1.5 W Typical
Connectivity 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet
Operating Temperature 0°C ... +50°C
Accessories Wall Mount & Desk Stand

CMS Setup

When using a Content Management Server, 48 V PoE network switches are used to provide power and connectivity for ePaper signs. The CMS is connected to the same LAN or VLAN as the devices and all ePaper signs are managed by a single server. The configuration and management of signs can be performed using computers connected to the same network via the CMS Web UI or via the CMS API.

ePaper Signage with CMS Setup ePaper Signage with Serverless Setup

Serverless Setup

When using a serverless setup, 48 V PoE network switches or PoE power adapters provide power and connectivity for ePaper signs. The signs are configured one by one by connecting to the Web UI provided by the internal servers run in all ePaper signs.