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==Jetson Nano Case (C) Assembly==
 
==Jetson Nano Case (C) Assembly==
;Check the components before assembling.
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; Check the components before assembling.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-0.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-0.png|600px]]
;Step 1: Remove the Jetson nano, assemble the wireless module and replace it.
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; Step 1: Remove the Jetson nano, assemble the wireless module and replace it.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-1.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-1.png|600px]]
;Step 2: Mount the buttons on the metal box, note that the button with four wires is the Power button and another which has two wires are the Reset button.
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; Step 2: Mount the buttons on the metal box, note that the button with four wires is the Power button and another which has two wires are the Reset button.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-2.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-2.png|600px]]
;Step 3:Connect buttons to Jetson Nano, please refer to the diagram. Insert the micro SD adapter board to the Micro SD slot of Jetson nano. Press it to let it locked. <big>'''Note that you should press the adapter to make sure that the adapter is pop-up, then remove it. You cannot directly pull it out, otherwise you will break the Micro SD slot.'''</big>
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If you are using an old version (A02) of the development kit, please refer to the picture below for the button wiring. (The A02 version does not have a system status light pin, so the POWER button only needs to be connected to the key pin, and the LED light pin is not connected.)<br/>
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-3.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-14.jpg|600px]]
;Step 4: Adjust the cables, mount the Jetson Nano developer Kit in the Metal box and fix it by screws. You should also fix the Micro SD adapter board by screw.
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; Step 3:Connect buttons to Jetson Nano, please refer to the diagram. Insert the micro SD adapter board into the Micro SD card slot of Jetson nano. Press it to let it lock. <big>'''Note that if you buy a domestic kit, the TF card adapter board is not applicable, please insert the TF card directly into the card slot on the bottom board, the adapter board is only suitable for Nvidia official kit. When removing the adapter board, you need to press it to ensure that the adapter board has popped up, and then pull it out. Do not pull it out directly, otherwise, it will easily damage the card slot.'''</big>
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-4.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-3.png|600px]]
;Step 5: Fix the Jetson Nano GPIO adapter board in metal box by skews.
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; Step 4: Adjust the cables, mount the Jetson Nano developer Kit in the Metal box and fix it with screws. You should also fix the Micro SD card adapter board with a screw.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-5.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-4.png|600px]]
;Step 6: Fix the antennas of the wireless module on the metal box. Assemble the cooling fan.
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; Step 5: Fix the Jetson Nano GPIO adapter board in the metal box by skews.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-6.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-5.png|600px]]
;Step 7: Connect Jetson nano to the GPIO adapter by cable.
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; Step 6: Fix the antennas of the wireless module on the metal box. Assemble the cooling fan.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-7.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-6.png|600px]]
;Step 8: Fix the camera holder-bottom on the metal cover.  
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; Step 7: Connect Jetson nano to the GPIO adapter by cable.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-8.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-7.png|600px]]
;Step 9: Fix camera on camera holder-top by nylon screws.  
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; Step 8: Fix the camera holder-bottom on the metal cover.  
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-9.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-8.png|600px]]
;Step 10: Assemble camera holders by screws, adjust the angle and turn it tightly.
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; Step 9: Fix camera on camera holder-top with nylon screws.  
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-10.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-9.png|600px]]
;Step 11: Connect the cable cables to Jetson Nano (you can first remove it from cameras), If you have only one camera, just need to connect one cable.
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; Step 10: Assemble camera holders with screws, adjust the angle and turn it tightly.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-11.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-10.png|600px]]
;Step 12: Assemble the case, connect the Camera and antennas.
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; Step 11: Connect the cable cables to Jetson Nano (you can first remove it from cameras), If you have only one camera, just need to connect one cable.
:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-12.png|800px]]
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-11.png|600px]]
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; Step 12: Assemble the case, connect the Camera and antennas.
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:[[File:Jetson-case-c-wiki-12.png|600px]]

Latest revision as of 01:37, 21 November 2022

Jetson Nano Case (C) Assembly

Check the components before assembling.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-0.png
Step 1
Remove the Jetson nano, assemble the wireless module and replace it.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-1.png
Step 2
Mount the buttons on the metal box, note that the button with four wires is the Power button and another which has two wires are the Reset button.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-2.png

If you are using an old version (A02) of the development kit, please refer to the picture below for the button wiring. (The A02 version does not have a system status light pin, so the POWER button only needs to be connected to the key pin, and the LED light pin is not connected.)

Jetson-case-c-wiki-14.jpg
Step 3
Connect buttons to Jetson Nano, please refer to the diagram. Insert the micro SD adapter board into the Micro SD card slot of Jetson nano. Press it to let it lock. Note that if you buy a domestic kit, the TF card adapter board is not applicable, please insert the TF card directly into the card slot on the bottom board, the adapter board is only suitable for Nvidia official kit. When removing the adapter board, you need to press it to ensure that the adapter board has popped up, and then pull it out. Do not pull it out directly, otherwise, it will easily damage the card slot.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-3.png
Step 4
Adjust the cables, mount the Jetson Nano developer Kit in the Metal box and fix it with screws. You should also fix the Micro SD card adapter board with a screw.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-4.png
Step 5
Fix the Jetson Nano GPIO adapter board in the metal box by skews.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-5.png
Step 6
Fix the antennas of the wireless module on the metal box. Assemble the cooling fan.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-6.png
Step 7
Connect Jetson nano to the GPIO adapter by cable.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-7.png
Step 8
Fix the camera holder-bottom on the metal cover.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-8.png
Step 9
Fix camera on camera holder-top with nylon screws.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-9.png
Step 10
Assemble camera holders with screws, adjust the angle and turn it tightly.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-10.png
Step 11
Connect the cable cables to Jetson Nano (you can first remove it from cameras), If you have only one camera, just need to connect one cable.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-11.png
Step 12
Assemble the case, connect the Camera and antennas.
Jetson-case-c-wiki-12.png