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J130 with 4k and 2k video input

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  J130 carrier board for the NVIDIA Jetson TX1
The J130 carrier board turns the Jetson TX1 compute module into powerful video processing system with one 2160p30 (4k x 2k) and one 1080p60 video input.

The size has been slightly enlarged compared to the J120 to make room for the extra functions.

Apart from the 2 high resolution video inputs it adds the following features:

  • 4 port USB3 hub (with Cypress HX3 USB 3.0 hub)
  • standard SATA connector for hard drives and SSDs (SATA power connector on the bottom side)
  • 4x PCIe slot for standard PCIe cards (like GbE controllers)

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  Bottom side interfaces

  • 3 buttons for power, reset and force recovery
  • picoblade compatible header for external buttons
  • micro SD card reader
  • FPC connector for I2S digital audio input
  • picoblade compatible header for JTAG interface
  • picoblade compatible header for SPI2 and I2C_PM

Technical details

  • model: 38205-2
  • 1x CAN
  • 1x GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
  • standard HDMI out
  • integrated USB 3 hub (Cypress CYUSB3304-68LTXC) for 5 USB3 ports in total
  • high USB 3 power (on board 5V 10A power supply)
  • standard PCIe slot with 4 lanes
  • standard SATA connector with 5V/12V SATA power connector on the bottom side
  • min HDMI input with 2160p30 (4k) with 8 CSI-2 lanes – Toshiba TC358840
  • min HDMI input with 1080p60 with 4 CSI-2 lanes – Toshiba TC358840
  • rev 2: 12V power input only(5.5/2.5mm jack)
  • size: 74 x 110 mm
  • height: 16 mm (incl. TX1 without heatsink plus height of bottom side components of J130)
  • height: 21 mm (incl. TX1 without heatsink and height of bottom side components of J130)
  • mounting: 4 M3 holes with 3.2mm each (42 x 79 mm spacing – 4 mm from the edge)


  • August 2016: first prototypes build up
  • Jan 2017: first rev 2 samples
  • March 2017: rev 1.0 of the technical manual available now (see see manual page in the support section)

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