Intelligent Digital Signage
- Moderro’s DMC 4000 is a networked digital signage controller that powers non-interactive signs and video walls.
- Moderro’s distributed controller architecture assigns one DMC 4000 per display, providing superior video quality, faster sign performance, and support for large, artistic video walls.
Stunning Digital Video
- Delivers high-impact digital video in Ultra HD 4K brilliance.
- Distributed architecture results in superior video quality and system performance.
- Precisely aligns and synchronizes video across all displays in the video wall.
Flexible Video Wall Configurations
- Supports video walls with up to 256 displays.
- Supports artistic video walls with any display layout pattern.
- Upscales video size to fit all screens and patterns.
Easy to Manage
- DMC management software manages the network of DMC controllers.
- Graphic interface makes it easy to manage signs and video walls.
- Manage from a PC or use Moderro’s Signage-as-a-Service.
- Extensive support for all common media formats.
- MP4, AVI, MOV, and other video formats.
- Web content, JPEG, PowerPoint, and more.
Specifications at a Glance
- Distributed controller architecture with one controller per display provides superior video quality and system performance.
- Supports up to 4k video resolution.
- HDMI video output.
- 8 GB onboard content cache for survivability.
- AC power or 15W Power over Ethernet (POE).
- One Gigabit Ethernet LAN port with POE.
- Integration with Industry Weapon content management system.
- DMC management software with graphic user interface.
DMC 2000 / Xpack
- Moderro provides the DMC 2000 controller for budget-sensitive projects that only require HD video and not 4k Ultra HD.
- Ideal solution for powering HD video wall displays and thin client web terminals.
- This controller is also available as the NMP012 video wall controller from ViewSonic.
- This controller is also known as the Xpack Media Player when distributed as a thin client controller.
- Specifications are similar to the DMC 4000 specs listed above except for delivering HD video instead of 4k Ultra HD.