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New: JNX400 quad carrier board for Xavier NX with 5 port GbE switch
The JNX400 is a quad carrier board for the Jetson Nano, TX2 NX or Xavier NX. The key application are inferencing use cases in low energy data centers. Any mix of compute modules is allowed. The master manages 3 slaves with control (console UART) over power up, reset and flashing (USB). The power supply is optional. The JNX400 integrates a 5 port GbE switch which connects to each of the 4 compute modules. Limited rev 1 samples are available now.
New: X221 carrier board for AGX Xavier with 2x GbE
The X221 carrier board for the AGX Xavier offers some enhanced features compared to the X220: 2x GbE (RJ45), 2x USB3.0, 3x USB2.0 (for internal U1xx modules), 2x LM822 or LM823 WIFI modules. Shipping now as board or as passively cooled embedded system. IP67 version in development.
New: JNX22 carrier board for Xavier NX
The JNX22 is a compact carrier board for the Xavier NX (and Nano). It is designed for embedded systems without monitor. 2 network interfaces support a network uplink and the connection of a network IP camera. This may be powered via PoE-PSE. Optionally the entire system may be powered via PoE-PD. LTE and Wifi may be added with U100 module. A typical application is a license plate recognition system (ALPR).
New: J125 carrier board for TX2
New: JNX30 carrier board for the Xavier NX
The JNX30 is a compact carrier board for the Jetson Xavier NX (and Nano). It supports the MAXN mode of the Xavier NX and adds CAN and PCIe x1 (compared to the JN30). Availability: end of May 2020.
X220-LC carrier board for the AGX Xavier
J143 carrier board for Jetson TX2
JN30B carrier board for Jetson Nano production version module
The JN30B is the newest carrier board exclusively for the new Jetson Nano production version module. It has the same interfaces as its older developer kit counterpart, now called the JN30A. The JN30 has just received some enhancements to its ESD hardness.
X220 carrier board for the Jetson AGX Xavier
The X220 is a compact carrier board for the Jetson AGX Xavier, much smaller in size than its predecessor, the X200. It features 2 x GbE, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x HDMI out, 1 x CSI-2 for B102, M.2 NVME PCIe x4, SD card, UART, I2S/I2C, Extension Port for PCIe x4/x1/SATA/USB 2.0, MCU and MPU-9250 IMU.
J121 and J142 carrier boards with improved TX2 support
The J121 and J142 are TX2 specific versions of the J120 and J142. Both now feature 2 USB 3.0 ports while keeping the same physical form factor. Both boards are starting to ship now. The new J120A features dev kit firmware compatibility and auto flashing for easy upgrading.
JN30 Jetson Nano carrier board for 2 monitors
The JN30 is designed for the new entry level compute module in the NVIDIA Jetson family – the Jetson Nano. It supports easy flashing (auto flashing), 2x monitors, 1x USB 3.0, GbE (with PoE), 4x CSI-2, power in 12 to 48V, M.2 NVME SSD (PCIe x4), supercap option for graceful power down. The JN30 is available now.
Datasheet JN30-LC JN30
J220 Jetson TX2 carrier board for 2 4kp60 monitors
The J220 supports easy flashing (auto flashing). Just plug the USB OTG cable and the Jetson will automatically enter flashing mode. The J220 is firmware compatible to the TX2 dev kit. 2x HDMI (up to 4kp60), 2x USB 2.0, GbE, CAN, 6x CSI-2 (optional), power in 12 to 48V, PCIe optional, supercap option for graceful power down. The J220 is shipping now.
X200 Jetson AGX Xavier connects to 9 GigE cameras
NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier with 9 PCIe based GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) ports to connect 9 GigE cameras for multi camera applications. Each GbE port is natively connected and will offer the maximum data rate.
X200 Jetson AGX Xavier carrier board with 5 PCIe slots
Auvidea’s first carrier board for the new NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier. Its focus is to exploit all interfaces of the compute module in a transparent manner. So it exposes all PCIe interface on 5 PCIe slots. This allows for testing of the full PCIe I/O connectivity. Ports: USB2, USB3, 2x USB-C, 2x HDMI, 2x CAN, 8x CSI-2, GPIO, GbE, UARTs, power input: 12 to 48V. A compact version is in the works.
M130 add-on board for J94 (for TX1 and TX2)
Add-on board for the J94 carrier board for the TX1/TX2 with 2 slots for extension modules (GbE, SATA or USB3). The picture shows a setup with 2 GbE (Intel i210) modules for a total of 3 Gigabit Ethernet ports. Other ports: UART, SATA, USB.
Compact GbE module with i210
Compact Gigabit Ethernet controller module with Intel i210 controller, magnetics and RJ45 connector (38322). Only 20x70mm. Ideal for connecting multiple GigE cameras to a TX1 or TX2 based system. Optional: PoE to power GigE cameras.
B210 LVDS to CSI-2 bridge (FPGA)
The B210 features a LVDS interface with 30 pin KEL connector to connect to Tamron (MP1010M-VC) or Sony block cameras. Resolution up to 1080p30. A driver for the Jetson TX1 is available. Size: 32.5×53.5mm.
J94 Jetson TX1/TX2 carrier board
The J94 is a modified version of the J90. It features a 100 pin connector with all 6 CSI-2 interfaces of the TX1/TX2. It is designed to interface to the 360° 6 camera interface module with a single cable connection. Size: 50x87mm.
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