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Black Box Explains: M1 connectors.
In 2001, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) approved the M1 Display Interface System for digital displays. The M1 system is a versatile and convenient system designed for computer displays,... more/see it nowspecifically digital projectors. M1 supports both analog and digital signals.
M1 is basically a modified DVI connector that can support DVI, VGA, USB and IEEE-1394 signals. The single connector replaces multiple connectors on projectors. An M1 cable can also be used to power accessories, such as interface cards for PDAs.
There are three primary types of M1 connectors:
–M1-DA (digital and analog). This is the most common connector, and it supports VGA, USB and DVI signals.
–M1-D (digital) supports DVI signals.
–M1-A (analog) supports VGA signals.
The M1 standard does not cover any signal specifications or detailed connector specifications. collapse
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Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 5): Creating schedules for digital signage.
This video shows how to create schedules for the iCOMPEL™ digital signage player. Schedules are used to determine when and how long layouts should play on your signage. The video... more/see it nowcovers how to get into the scheduling function from the main menu, and how to add, edit, and override a schedule. It also shows how to view items on a schedule and their scheduled playout (by time and day), and how to activate a schedule. collapse