Self - Auto Turn on /off system

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I was checking your devices on this page:https://store.risevision.com/products/?cat=Media%20Players



I have simple question: how I can set the turn on and off for both tv and the device automatically? no human interface, so let's say every day the tv and the device turn on at 8 AM to 9 PM. and after 9 PM everything is turned off.


Is that possible. thanks,
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khalid,

Have you checked out our Display Control Guide. Both your media player and display will need to be compatible with Display Control, and you'll need to acquire the correct Hex code for your Display.

Other than that, most Displays have a schedule option built in where you can turn them on and off on a schedule. For your media player, it will probably need to support scheduling in the BIOS.
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Regarding Intel NUC players, yes it's possible (but double-check the exact model on intel.com to be sure)

Auto start can be set in the BIOS
Auto shutdown is handled through the Task manager (Windows)

However this will not turn on/off the display-tv
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thank you, which media player of the Rise Vision support the auto on/off feature?
https://store.risevision.com/products/?cat=Media%20Players&cid=3f8c4334-5993-46f7-9905-037f936b3...
Thanks,
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I guess both the i3 and i5 players supports scheduled wakeup, hopefully someone can confirm...

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In the BIOS, go to the Power menu and check the box for Wake System from S5.  Then you will see four additional options to set the wakeup date, hour, minute and second. 

It's also important that 'Fast startup' or 'Fast Boot' is disabled in Windows
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which option is better the Android or windows?
Is the auto/off only in Windows ?

One more question to go: is the Intel NUC (i3) - Windows can support 2 output that are mirror, I have 2 tvs in the hall but in opposite walls and I want to run the same shows in the both tvs in the same time, so I will buy 30ft HDMI Cable. please kindly confirm :)

Thank you for the great support.
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Hi kahlid H!

Intel NUC runs Windows or Linux not Android.  

I don't know if Linux supports auto off. 

Intel NUC has one hdmi port and one mini display port.  I would suggest the more powerful NUC i5 if you are going to connect dual screens. I think the support team can give you a better answer regarding this setup...

https://store.risevision.com/product/104/intel-nuc-i5-windows

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-034199.htm
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I have 2 tvs LG 60Hrtz and the tvs are 50" HD.

Will the Intel NUC (i3) windows will be ok with the tvs? because I read that it doesn't support 4k and I'm not sure what is 4k.? please advise.


Also Is that possible to run the same presentation in 2 tvs.
as the other tv will require 20 ft HDMI cable so I will connect both of the to the same box.?
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4K refers to a display device or content having horizontal resolution on the order of 4000 pixels. It's a higher resolution than 'standard' HD 1080p. If your LG Tv has a resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p), you don't have to worry about 4K.

Intel NUC has one mini hdmi port and one mini Display port so you need an hdmi mini to hdmi cable or an adapter + one  Mini Display to HDMI adapter.

However, I have no experience of running Rise Vision and Intel NUC with dual monitors, hopefully someone else has...