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Jetson Nano Module
Jetson Nano Module

NVIDIA Jetson Nano Module with 16G EMMC
JETSON-NANO-DEV-KIT
JETSON NANO DEV KIT

Jetson Nano dev kit.
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Overview

JETSON NANO DEV KIT made by Waveshare, based on AI computers Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier NX, providing almost the same IOs, size and thickness as the Jetson Nano Developer Kit (B01), more convenient for upgrading the core module. By utilizing the power of the core module, it is qualified for fields like image classification, object detection, segmentation, speech processing, etc., and can be used in sorts of AI projects.

Jetson Nano Module Parameter

GPU NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture with 128 NVIDIA CUDA® cores and 0.5 TFLOPS (FP16)
CPU Quad-core ARM® Cortex®-A57 MPCore processor
Memory 4 GB 64-bit LPDDR4
1600 MHz – 25.6 GB/s
Storage 16 GB eMMC 5.1 Flash
Video Encode 250 MP/s

1x 4K @ 30 (HEVC)
2x 1080p @ 60 (HEVC)
4x 1080p @ 30 (HEVC)

Video Decode 500 MP/s

1x 4K @ 60 (HEVC)
2x 4K @ 30 (HEVC)
4x 1080p @ 60 (HEVC)
8x 1080p @ 30 (HEVC)

Camera 12 lanes(3x4 or 4x2)MIPI CSI-2 D-PHY 1.1 (18 Gbps)
Connectivity Wi-Fi requires external chip

10/100/1000 BASE-T Ethernet

Display eDP 1.4 | DSI (1 x2) 2 simultaneous
UPHY 1 x1/2/4 PCIE、1 xUSB 3.0、3 xUSB 2.0
I/O 1x SDIO / 2x SPI / 4x I2C / 2x I2S / GPIOs -> I2C, I2S

Onboard Resources

JETSON-IO-BASE-A-details-intro.jpg
  1. Core module socket
  2. M.2 Key E connector
  3. PoE pins: PoE module is not included
  4. 40PIN GPIO header
  5. Micro USB port: for 5V power input or for USB data transmission
  6. Gigabit Ethernet port: 10/100/1000Base-T auto-negotiation, supports PoE if external PoE module is connected
  7. 4x USB 3.0 port
  8. HDMI output port
  9. DisplayPort connector
  10. DC jack: for 5V power input
  11. 2x MIPI CSI camera connector

Dimension

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Write OS

The JETSON-NANO-DEV-KIT uses the production Jetson Nano version, which has 16 EMMC for OS instead of the SD card slot.
In this case, to write the Jetson nano, you need to use a Ubuntu 18.04 PC and the SDK Manager tools.

Setup software

  • Environment: Ubuntu18.04 PC (virtual machine is OK)
    For download resources, you need to leave 100G memory for the ubuntu18.04 PC
  • SDK Manager download link
    For downloading resources and logging in to the SDK Manager, please create an account of the NVIDIA DEVELOPER website first.
  • Download the deb file to the Ubuntu PC, and copy the file to the user directory.
  • Open a terminal and run the following command to install the SDK manager
sudo apt install ./sdkmanager_[version]-[build#]_amd64.deb

Note: you need to modify the [version]-[build#] to the actual file name.

Configure Hardware

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  • Connect FC REC and GND pins by jumper or cable, the pins are located under the Jetson Nano module board
  • Connect power to the DC port of the Jetson Nano to power on.
  • Connect an USB cable (data available) to the Micro USB port and connect it to Ubuntu PC.

Write OS

  • Open a terminal in ubuntu PC, run command sdkmanager to oepn the tool
  • Log in SDK Manager
  • If the Jetson Nano is recognized normally, it will prompt the options
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  • Choose the Jetson Nano
  • In the JetPack options, please choose the newest JetPack and then Continue. Do not choose other SDK
  • Check Jetson OS option and remove Jetson SDK Components, check the first protocol
Jetson-nano-sdkmanger-2.png
  • Continue and wait for flashing.
    • Starting from JetPack 4.6.1, the preconfig window will pop up when using SDK Manager to burn the system.

1. The type of the development board is selected by default. Be careful not to make a mistake when selecting the type of development board earlier.
2. Select Manual Setup-Jetson Nano
3. You can choose runtime or preconfig. If you choose runtime, you need to configure the system by yourself (username, password, language, etc.) later. If you choose preconfig, you can fill in the username and password (you can define it yourself), and nano will be automatically configured during the startup process.
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  • After programming, please remove the jumper cap of the baseboard, connect to the monitor, power on again, and follow the prompts to power up and config(if pre-config is set, it will directly enter the system after power on).


Camera

View the first connected camera screen:

nvgstcapture-1.0

View the picture of the second camera connected:

nvgstcapture-1.0 --sensor-id=1

The default camera model is IMX219. If you need to change the camera of other models, execute

sudo /opt/nvidia/jetson-io/jetson-io.py

Select Configure Jetson Nano CSI Connector -->> Configure for compatible hardware
Select the corresponding camera model

| Camera IMX219 Dual |
| Je Camera IMX477 Dual or: |
| Camera IMX477-A and IMX219-B |
|ConfigurCamera IMX219 Dualardware |

After selecting Save pin changes -->> Save and reboot to reconfigure pins
Just wait for restart

FAN

Fan speed adjustment requires 4 wires

sudo sh -c 'echo 255 > /sys/devices/pwm-fan/target_pwm'
#Where 255 is the maximum speed, 0 is stop, modify the value can change the speed
cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp
#Get the CPU temperature, you can intelligently control the fan through the program
#The system comes with a temperature control system, and manual control is not required in unnecessary situations

WIFI

There is no WIFI function in the module, it need to connect wifi Module.
Just connect to the M.2 E KEY socket at the bottom

Resources

Software

Jetson Official Resources

Courses

3D

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FAQ

 Answer:
Generally, only when the customer has a remark in advance and needs to help burn the image, the image will be pre-burned in the SD card purchased by the customer. The user name and password of the image are waveshare.
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 Answer:
To connect the DC power supply, you need to use a jumper cap to short the J48 interface, and then insert the DC power supply into the circular power supply interface.
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 Answer:
1. The Jetson Nano Developer Kit supports HDMI and DP interface output. If you use the HDMI to other interface connection method, there may be compatibility problems. It is necessary to switch to the screen of the HDMI interface or the screen test of the DP interface.

2.The Jetson Nano Developer Kit (B01) version can only use the image of JetPack 4.3 or later. It may be that the image version you are using is too old. You need to go to NVIDIA's Jetson download center, download the latest Jetson nano image, and re-burn the image.

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 Answer:
Due to the partition, the TF card with the image of the Jetson Nano programmed cannot recognize the drive letter normally on the Windows computer. If you need to reformat it, search for Disk Management in the search bar of widnows and open the Disk Management interface. Find the removable disk where the TF card is located (be careful not to mistake it for another disk), right-click and select Delete Volume, then create a new volume and format it by default. After the default format, the drive letter of TF will be recognized again. At this time, the space and memory of the TF card are incorrect. Note that you need to use the formatting software to quickly format the new drive letter again. After formatting, if the memory space of the TF card is normal, the new image can be re-programmed normally.
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Support

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a tickets.