How to implement Safe Display
Safe Display is responsive and can scale to any size screen. Safe Display requires a device with a modern browser.
We cannot recommend or troubleshoot specific devices, and highly recommend testing using the steps below before purchasing multiple devices.
Note: Density does not sell displays (tv/tablet).
ScreenCloud has been tested and verified as a solution to display Safe Display across a variety of devices. We recommend ScreenCloud for all deployments that have not gone through a full solution partnership. For more information on device compatibility, please visit screen.cloud/hardware.
Additional subscription costs apply.
Recent versions (2018 onward) of Chrome, FireFox, Safari, Mobile Safari (iOS 10+), and Microsoft Edge are supported.
Internet Explorer is not supported.
Important note: Digital signage does not always load the latest browser. Before purchasing a full deployment, we recommend testing your solution.
While Display is designed for landscape tablets and larger screens, it is responsive and can be rendered at any screen size.
VGA (1024 x 768), 720p (1280 x 720), and 1080p (1920 x 1080) are all acceptable and tested resolutions.
Before purchasing a display:
- For Safe Display to be shown 24/7, your device will need to have no-sleep mode. We highly recommend ensuring the model will not revert to sleep mode or the menu before purchasing.
- Dedicated digital signage devices may not have a modern web browser installed. Recently released devices will still need to be tested for compatibility.
To validate Safe Display, load the following URL:
The data represented is synthetic and generated to simulate a live environment.
When validating the ability for a hardware solution to properly drive Safe Display, ensure:
- The application successfully loads without error
- The websocket server (used to publish events to the client) successfully connects (the status shown in the upper-right corner shows “LIVE”)
- The UI updates in “real-time” as events are synthesized and pushed to the client
- To verify, open the link on a computer to view the delay between the client and the hardware