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HMP130 player
Discontinued product since January 2019.
SpinetiX no longer offers any repair services, nor technical support for this model.
Recommended replacement: HMP350, HMP400, or HMP400W.
Check the replacement product data sheet for full specification.
Our Sales team would be happy to get in contact with you for a replacement proposition at a promotional price - for that, simply click here.


The HMP130™ Hyper Media Player is an HD digital signage device. Zero config technology and compact size allow for quick installation. Set-and-leave: Non-PC based, no moving parts and no maintenance. The HMP130 is amazingly compact so you can easily put it behind a screen. In addition, HMP130 is robust and reliable. The power consumption of an HMP130 in full action is only 3W. It’s not only better for the environment, but it’s also better for your bottom-line. When compared to a typical PC, the energy cost savings mean the HMP130 pays for itself.

With SpinetiX’s unique Fusion Software running inside the HMP130 device, you can manage information, video, audio and dynamic content (RSS, widgets) on any screen using a web browser.



Main characteristics

Processor DaVinci DM6446 (ARM 810 MHz)
Memory RAM: 256 MB, DDR2-433
Storage Internal: 4GB class 2 MicroSD card.
External: Flash drive, hard disk (via USB 2.0)
Power consumption 3W
Operating environment Ambient temperature: 32 - 104ºF / 0 - 40ºC;
Storage temperature: -13 to 113ºF / -25 to 45ºC
Relative humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Real-time clock (RTC) Accuracy ±1 min./month free running battery backup
Dimmensions W x H x D: 105 x 26 x 83 mm, respectively 4.13 x 1.02 x 3.27 inches
Weight 190g / 6.7oz

Input & outputs

HMP130 interfaces
Video output 1 x HDMI Port (type A) and 1 x VGA connector (DE-15)
Aspect ratio: 16:9, 16:10, 4:3 Horizontal / Vertical
Resolution: 720p (1280x720), XGA (1024x768), VGA (640x480) at 50/60 Hz
Display power saving: DPMS, DVI DPMS, RS-232 (advanced protocol)
Audio output 1x line out (3.5 mm stereo jack) or digital audio via HDMI


1 x Ethernet 10/100 MBit/s 8P8C port (a.k.a. RJ45)
compliant with IEEE 802.3u and 802.3x standards
Protocols: IPv4, IPv6, DHCP, Zeroconf, NTP, SNMPv1/v2c, HTTP/HTTPS with custom certificates, WebDAV, Bonjour, TSP, RTP, UDP
Remote configuration: Embedded web server, RPC
USB port 1 x USB 2.0 (Hi-speed); supports 3G/4G USB cellular modem
Serial port 1 x RS-232 TRS mini-jack (3.5mm) port
Note Note:
The player does not support Power over Ethernet and any voltage on the network cable must be avoided.

Blue button

The blue button on HMP130 is multi-functional allowing to perform different operations depending on how long it is pressed and whether the player is powered on or powered off during that time - like trigger OSD information, shut down, reset to factory default settings, force Recovery mode, etc.

See Blue button page for more details.


The player has a diagnostic LED which can be used to quickly assert the status of the player.

See LED page for more details.

Enclosure / casing


The player does not use mounting holes, but can usually be mounted using simple adhesive pads or similar material. If the mounting surface is itself well ventilated and/or will help with heat dissipation (e.g. a separate bracket of a display mount) then the player can be mounted flush with the surface. If the mounting surface is attached to another heat source (e.g. the back panel of a display) then you should use standoffs to allow air to circulate around the player, and monitor the temperature closely.


Each HMP130 player has a unique serial number that is based on its MAC address. Each player has also a device name, set by default to the player serial number, displayed and configurable within the HMP Control Center interface.

A sticker with the serial number, barcode, model and few other information can be found on the bottom side of each player. This helps to identify the unit and it should not be removed.

Logo and printing

  • Situations may arise where labels or transfers may need to be applied to the player. This is generally not recommended by SpinetiX as the heat generation of the device may be affected.
  • There is almost no risk of a sticker or label removing the logo printed on the player; the printing process used is a special type which results in ink being protected by the outside layer of aluminum itself.
  • Any material affixed to the player must be entirely removable without a trace for the unit to remain within warranty.


The typical power consumption, measured in normal conditions is 3W.

External power supply

Power supply
  • Input: 100-240V 50-60Hz.
  • Output: 5V DC 3.0A max.
  • Input plug has five interchangeable sets of AC blades for the following power systems: North American, European, United Kingdom, Australian, and China.
Note Warning:
Using an incorrectly rated, third-party power supply can damage your player. Also, the player does not support Power over Ethernet and any voltage on the network cable must be avoided.

Power off

See how to correctly power off the HMP.


Operating System

The operating system is built into the device firmware and is based on the MontaVista Linux Professional Edition 4, with different adaptations and security patches applied specifically for SpinetiX players. The embedded operating system cannot be changed in any way and no other OS can be installed on the player.

See Security page for more details.


The firmware governs how the device runs and includes and HMP Control Center. The player’s capabilities are always evolving via firmware upgrades, which are provided free of charge by SpinetiX.

See Firmware page for more details.

Content management

Elementi 2020 is the perfect match for HMP130. The built-in Fusion interface can be used as well.

This page was last modified on 16 November 2023, at 19:51.