• Chassis
    Robust black metal chassis made of 0.8 mm thick steel
    Dimensions: 190 x 142 x 35 mm (LWH) = 0,94-litre
    Weight: 0.7 kg net, 1.4 kg gross
    Hole for Kensington Lock at the side of the chassis
    Supplied VESA mount supports 75x75 mm and 100x100 mm VESA standards
  • Operation System
    Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
    Note: no access to Google Play Store [5]
  • Processor
    Freescale i.MX 6 DualLite (i.MX6DL)
    based on the ARM® Cortex™-A9 architecture
    2x 1 GHz (Dual Core), 512 KB L2 cache
    Integer computing performance: 5000 DMIPS
    NEON SIMD media accelerator per Core
    Program Flow Trace Macrocell (PTM) per Core
  • Fanless Cooling Design
  • Graphics engine
    Dual 2D/3D Hardware Graphics Accelerators
    Support single FullHD 1080p or dual 720p resolution in clone mode
    Two video outputs: HDMI (supports digital audio) and D-Sub/VGA
    Supported video decoding standards:
    MPEG2, H.264, MPEG4/ Xvid DivX H.264, AVI/ Xvid H264 MJPEG, MOV/ H.264
    Note: Supported decoding formats may vary according to different media player application.
  • DRAM Memory
    1 GB DDR3
  • Flash memory
    4 eMMC (embedded Multimedia Card)
    ~2.48 GB available capacity in delivery state
  • Ethernet Network (LAN)
    Gigabit Ethernet via RJ45 connector
    Ethernet PHY chip: Atheros AR8033 
    10/100/1000BASE-T IEEE 802.3 compliant
    Support IEEE802.3az (Energy Efficient Ethernet)
    Automatic MDI/MDIX crossover and polarity correction
    Supports Wake-on-LAN (WOL) event detection [2]
    Note: Ethernet and WLAN cannot be activated at the same time
  • Wireless LAN (WLAN)
    WLAN module: Chicony XW704T, chipset: Realtek RTL8192CU
    1 transmit and 1 receive path (1T1R)
    20MHz and 40MHz bandwidth transmission
    Supports IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
    Maximum PHY data rate: up to 150 Mbps
    Supports WPA/WPA2 security protocols in accordance to IEEE 802.11i
    Note: Ethernet and WLAN cannot be activated at the same time
  • Button & LED (Front Panel)
    Power button with LED indicator:
    Power button functions:
    - Device on: press over 1 second
    - Suspend mode / Resume: press in the normal way
    - Device off: press over 1 second
    - Device force off: press over 10 seconds
    LED behaviour:
    - Red Static ON: Booting error
    - Blue Blinking: System is booting
    - Blue Static ON: System is ready
  • Front Panel connectors
    1x Mini-USB 2.0 (Mini-B type, device mode) [4]
    3x USB 2.0 (A type, host mode) - all ports together max. 500 mA [1]
    1 x SD card reader (behind a cover), supports max. 64 GB
  • Back Panel connectors
    1 x HDMI 1.4 supports Digital Audio
    1 x D-Sub VGA
    1 x Audio Line-out
    1 x D-Sub RS232 Serial Port
    1 x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Network
    1 x Restore Button [3]
    1 x AC power input (3-pin)
    1 x Connector for external Wireless LAN antenna
  • Power Supply
    Internal power supply
    Input: 100~240V AC, max. 0.3 A, 50-60 Hz
    3-pin AC power cord, length: around 1.8 m
    Angled Euro Plug (Schuko, Type F) and Cloverleaf (Type C5)
    (The type of plug depends on the region of purchase)
    Output: 5V, max. 2A, max. 10W
  • Scope of Delivery
    Multi-language user guide
    VESA mount for 75/100mm standard (two metal brackets)
    Four thumbscrews M3 x 5 mm (screws together VESA mount and PC)
    Four screws M4 x 10 mm (to fix the VESA mount to the external device)
    Power cord (cable length ca. 1.8 m)
    WLAN antenna (total length: ca. 107 mm, angled: 85 mm)
  • Low power consumption
    Off mode: 0.19 W
    Standby mode: 1.42 W
    Idle mode: 4.22 W
    Load (AnTuTu v4.4 benchmark): 6.25 W
  • Environmental Specifications
    Operating temperature range: 0~45 °C
    Relative humidity, non-condensing: 10~95%
  • Conformity/Certifications

[1] Notice: all USB ports combined provide a maximum current of 500 mA. If the USB devices connected exceed this limit, external power supplies are required.
[2] Wake-on-LAN (WOL) is an Ethernet computer networking standard that allows a computer to be turned on or awakened by a network message. This message is a specially designed packet called a magic packet, which contains the MAC address of computer to be woken up. A MAC address (media access control address) is a unique identifying number built into each network interface card ("NIC"), that enables it to be uniquely recognized and addressed on a network. You will find the MAC address of DSA2LS on a sticker attached to the bottom of the chassis.
[3] The restore button (equally to "Volume Down") can be accessed through a small hole in the back panel. Similar to other Android devices, the restore button can be pressed simultaneously with the power button to enter the Android system recovery menu. This allows for rebooting the system, performing a firmware update (image) or setting the system back to its factory settings. Please be aware of the latter will delete any personal information and remove any custom-installed programs. We therefore highly recommend to backup any personal data before starting this procedure. Please refer to the FAQ section on the Shuttle website for additional information.
[4] Use its Mini-B USB connector to connect the DSA2LS to a PC and to access the available Flash memory as an external drive. To do so, a USB adapter cable with two connectors, standard-A to mini-B, is required.
[5] No access to Google Play Store 
Consumers usually install apps through Google Play which serves as the official app and multimedia store for the Android operating system. Shuttle's Digital Signage Player DSA2LS intentionally comes without access to Google Play, as it is targeted at professional users seeking to install self-developed apps on their own or otherwise like to use apps that are not available in Google Play. To install, simply copy the relevant .apk file to an SD card or USB drive and start the installation process through the file explorer by just clicking on the file.

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