MP 01 – MEDIA PLAYER
a versatile, interactive media player. The stand-alone device offers great connectivity due to its nine independent inputs and outputs
The MP01 media player has been designed for the continuous operation of interactive video installations in exhibitions and trade shows as well as sales and information points. Handsets, headphones, sensors and buttons as well as their internal illumination can easily be connected and powered via Phoenix connectors.
Full HD displays or projectors can also be connected to the player via the standard HDMI input. Playlists can be customised from those included as standard and allow the easy implementation of complex interactions. Utilising the nine available inputs, contact closure sensors and buttons can easily be integrated into the programming.
The nine outputs can then be independently controlled to power various things like push-button lights. Audio and video files can be stored on either an SDHC memory card or a USB stick. With the integrated amplifier, up to two handsets or headphones can be connected.
In addition, an external amplifier or powered speakers can be connected via the line-level output. The switchable outputs can be expanded to control relays and motors etc. with the aid of an optional external board.
A remote control for device configuration comes included with the player.
Further technical informations
12 V DC
Supported storage devices:
SDHC memory card, USB stick (up to 64 GB)
FAT, FAT32, NTFS
head phone jack (3.5 mm jack plug; head phone jack (Phoenix terminal, stereo);audio/line (3.5 mm jack plug, stereo); HDMI-output; 10-Pin Out-Port, (Phoenix terminal); 12 V Out (Phoenix terminal)
Isolated 10-Pin In-Port (Phoenix plug), 2-Pin switch contact for handsets (Phoenix plug)
MP4, MOV, WMV and more (up to 1080 p)
Integrated amplifier for up to two handsets or headsets, performance 80 mW max.
12 V-power supply, 100–240 VAC; remote control; Phoenix terminal 2-Pin, 5-Pin and 10-Pin
Referenzen von molitor-Produkten
Alpines Museum der Schweiz; ArkDes, Stockholm; Audioversum, Innsbruck; Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, Or Jehuda, (ISR); California Academy of Sciences; CERN, Genf, Design Week, Mexico; Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin; Erfgoedcentrum Nederlands, Kloosterleven, Sint Agatha (NL); Exploratorium, San Francisco; Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte, Augsburg ; Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg; Henry-Dunant-Museum, Heiden (CH); Imperial War Museum, London; Jüdisches Museum, Wien; Landesmuseum Hannover; Museum Moesgård, Højbjerg; MUSE, Trient; Musée des Confluences, Lyon; Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico; Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia, Mailand; Museum of London; Museum of the City of New York; Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo; National Museum of Australia, Shanghai Film Museum, Staatliches Museum für Politische Geschichte Russlands, St. Petersburg; Stiftung Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden; Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg; Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin; Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm; Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin; Technisches Museum Wien; The Manitoba Museum (CA); Übersee Museum Bremen, Zoo Zürich