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HMP300 player
This product' stock is LIMITED.
Product purchasing availability is subject to your local distributor stock.
SpinetiX can offer repair/replacement services as long as your player is within the warranty period. The firmware updates and technical support for this model are fully active.
Recommended replacement: HMP400 or HMP400W.

The high-end digital signage player

The plug and play design of HMP300 keeps deployment simple. It renders full HD video and animations in real-time with exceptional quality. With its low power consumption and no moving parts, HMP300 is engineered to last a lifetime and can comfortably outlive even the most demanding projects.

Its adaptability allows you to connect displays and interactive devices via USB and serial port alike. HMP300 is easily programmable and helps you reliably source content from multiple cloud accounts. On top of it all, the firmware updates provided by our engineers over the lifetime of your player ensure top-notch security and reliability.

HMP stands for Hyper Media Player.



SpinetiX HMP300 is a compact and reliable high-end digital signage device designed in Switzerland and assembled in Europe.
TAA compliant

Main characteristics

Processor Texas Instruments DaVinci TMS320DM8148 (ARM Cortex-A8 Core 1GHz)
Memory RAM: 1 GB, DDR3-1066; Bandwidth: 4.3GB/s
Storage Internal: 8GB solid state eMMC
External: Flash drive, hard disk (via USB 2.0)
Power consumption 8W
Operating environment Ambient temperature: 32 - 104ºF / 0 - 40ºC; automatic shutdown for cooldown
Storage temperature: -4 to 122ºF / -20 to 50ºC
Relative humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Real-time clock (RTC) Accuracy ±1 min./month; Backup by supercap (40 days)
Dimmensions W x H x D: 150 x 23 x 86.5 mm, respectively 5.9 x 0.9 x 3.4 inches
Weight 341g ± 5g, respectively 12oz

Input & outputs

HMP300 interfaces
Video output 1 x HDMI Port (type A)
Aspect ratio: 16:9, 16:10, 4:3 Horizontal / Vertical
Resolution: 1080p (1920x1080), 720p (1280x720), XGA (1024x768), VGA (640x480) at 50/60 Hz
Display power saving: HDMI-CEC, DVI DPMS, RS-232 (simple protocol)
Audio output 1x line out (3.5 mm stereo jack) or digital audio via HDMI


1 x Ethernet 10/100/1000 MBit/s 8P8C port (a.k.a. RJ45)
compliant with IEEE 802.3ab, 802.3u and 802.3az standards
Protocols: IPv4, IPv6, DHCP, Zeroconf, NTP, SNMPv1/v2c, HTTP/HTTPS with custom certificates or SRP, WebDAV, SSDP / UPnP, Bonjour
Remote configuration: Embedded web server, HTTPS with custom certificates, RPC
USB port 2 x USB 2.0 (Hi-speed)
Serial port 1 x RS-232 TRS mini-jack (3.5mm) port for display power saving
Note Notes:

Blue button

The blue button on HMP300 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 two diagnostic LEDs (power and system), plus two more integrated within the network connector - they can be used to quickly assert the status of the player.

See LED page for more details.

Enclosure / casing


HMP300 can be mounted using two M5 bolts - see the technical drawing above for exact coordinates of the mounting holes.

  • 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, but you should monitor the temperature during use.
  • 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 HMP300 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, HMP300 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 8W.

External power supply

  • Input: 100-240V 50-60Hz.
  • Output: 5V DC 3.6A max.
  • Case size: 88.5 L x 50 W x 34 H mm. Weight 170 g.
  • DC cord: 150 cm + 175 mm
  • Reference: TR9KA4000LCP-N(R6B)
Incorrect use of a power supply or using an incorrectly rated power supply can damage your player and void the warranty.
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.


SpinetiX offers 3 years of Hardware Limited Warranty for HMP300 products.

  • A 5-year warranty extension can be purchased separately.
  • The player has a very low probability of failure because its hardware architecture is free of moving parts. There is no official MTFF/MTTF/MTBF calculated; the component with the shortest MTTF is currently the internal memory medium – the high-quality cards used by SpinetiX are certified for at least 5 years of use by the manufacturer.
  • The warranty does not apply to the external power supply unit, nor the internal memory medium (storage). See General Terms & Conditions of Sale (Exclusions section) for more details.


Operating System

The operating system is built into the device firmware and is based on the Linux kernel, with different adaptations and security patches applied specifically for SpinetiX players. Starting with firmware 4.7.1, the operating system is DSOS™; a Wind River® Linux distribution was used before. 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.

Rendering engine

Layer composition Multi-layer, Elementi layout, built-in apps
Text Unicode support (international text); bidirectional (right-to-left, left-to-right)
Fonts: TrueType, OpenType user fonts, built-in fonts (Western, Cyrillic, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Hindi, etc.)
Media file formats Image formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, SVG
Video formats: MPG, MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, VOB, TS, WMV
Audio formats: MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, AC3, M4A, MKA
Video codecs Multi-video decoding capable, 1080p max
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC: HP@L4
WM9/VC-1: AP@L3
Audio codecs AAC-LC, HE-AAC, AC3, MPEG Layer I, II, III (MP3), WMAv2, AC3
Animation Elementi playlists, transitions, effects, built-in playouts, playlists, apps
Description languages SVG Tiny 1.2+, Canvas, SMIL Animations, iCalendar (RFC2445)
Scripting language JavaScript (ECMAScript 5), jSignage™ (jQuery, Layers, Graph, QRCode, etc.), WebStorage, XMLHttpRequest
External data access AJAX, REST, HTTP/HTTPS with custom certificates or SRP, raw TCP/UDP
Interactivity USB input devices (touch screen, keyboard, mouse, presenter, barcode scanner, etc.)

Content management

Elementi is the perfect match for HMP300. The built-in web interface or the ARYA cloud can be used as well. The projects created in Elementi can also be scheduled through the built-in player web interface.


Elementi is our simple, yet powerful digital signage software, letting you seamlessly publish and schedule content onto your player. The bond between Elementi and the HMP300 players ensures consistency in delivering a visually rich experience to any combination of screens across your network day after day, year after year - regardless of external factors such as evolving PC standards and hardware.

See Elementi page for more details.

Built-in web interface

The player web-based interface is fully responsive and runs on your laptop, mac, tablet, and mobile device so you can prepare and publish content flexibly. Creating, scheduling and playing high quality content is just a few clicks away. The included templates make it easy to get started. Simply drag and drop content into vertical or horizontal layouts. Use playout templates as they are or customize them as you wish. Or create your own. Your content will play seamlessly in any orientation.

Built into the player web interface are 9 high-quality web-based components we call apps that help you create maximum impact today. The apps for weather forecasts, clocks, date, time, instant messaging, RSS feeds, QR codes and more help you bring your digital signage to life.

See the full articles on Content creation tool and Content scheduling tool.

SpinetiX ARYA

SpinetiX ARYA is a cloud-based visual communication solution, easy to use and accessible from anywhere from a browser from any device (PC, tablet, smartphone) and at any time. The carefully crafted templates with animations and transitions will show off what’s on sale, opening hours, person showcase, news, menu weather and more.

Enable ARYA

Only applies to firmware 4.6.3 up to 4.6.5. It is recommended to use the latest firmware on the player to skip the whole process below!
Control Center home page
ARYA welcome splash screen

To use the HMP300 with ARYA, follow these steps:

  1. Download the ARYA configuration file (7z archive) on your PC.
  2. Connect to the player web interface from a browser.
  3. Click the gear icon from the top bar menu to access HMP Control Center.
  4. Click the "Restore Config" button and select the configuration file saved on your PC.
  5. Wait for the player to reboot in order to apply the configuration.
    • The ARYA welcome splash screen is shown on the screen.
  6. Open in your browser.
  7. Sign into your ARYA account or sign up for one.
  8. Click the menu icon on the top-right and select "PLAYERS".
  9. Click the "NEW" button and follow the steps to set up your player in ARYA.
  10. Once done, the player is connected and you can start creating content for it within ARYA. Or use the "SCHEDULE" menu to push existing content onto the player.
Note Note:
At the end of the setup process, the message “Player restarting…” may stay on the screen - you can safely ignore it, it will disappear once you schedule some content for that player.

See also

This page was last modified on 6 June 2024, at 18:31.