Jetson nano case (B)
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Jetson Nano Case (B) Assembly Guide
Additional Hardware requirements
In addition to the Jetson Nano Case (B), you may need to purchase the following items separately.
- Before beginning assembly, please check the package contents to ensure that all parts are included.
- Power Switch cable, Reset Switch cable, and Berg Jumper locations on the 8-pin header
- 1. Remove the core board of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit, install the Wireless-AC 8265 card, and connect the antenna jumpers.
- 2. Replace the core board of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit.
- 3. Install the Jetson Nano Developer Kit into the bottom section of the Jetson Nano Case (B).
- 4. Align and install the 40PIN adapter board to the 40PIN GPIO pins of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit. Remove the nut and split ring washer from the barrel of each antenna connector and add one of the rubber washers to each before inserting the antenna connectors through the corresponding holes in the back of the case. Replace the split washer and nut on the antenna connectors and tighten using the supplied wrench.
- 5. Place a Berg jumper on the 8-pin header using the two pins furthest from the Camera FFC cable connector. Connect the FFC cable to the camera interface. If the camera is attached to one end of the cable already, you should unplug the cable from the camera. If using an external power supply, place the second Berg jumper on the two pins directly behind the power supply barrel connector. This disables the Micro USB power input.
- 6. Install the Reset button by removing the nut, then threading the cable and switch through the hole on the side of the cabinet, and finally replacing and tightening the nut on the switch.
- 7. The two wires of the Reset button cable are connected to the two pins closest to the Berg jumper. Attach the fan to heatsink. Note where the wires exit the fan in the picture below. If oriented as shown the fan will blow air towards the heatsink. Plug the fan connector onto the four pins behind the RJ-45 Ethernet connector jack, noting that it will go on only one way.
- 8. Install the Power button by removing the nut, then threading the cable and switch through the hole on the front of the cabinet top, and finally replacing and tightening the nut on the switch. The two wires of the Power button cable are connected to the two pins furthest from the Berg jumper, or in other words, closest to the Camera FFC cable connector.
- 9. Attach the nylon standoffs to the IMX219 camera using the nylon screws. Do not substitute metal standoffs and/or screws for the nylon parts supplied as this could cause shorts to the camera circuitry and potential damage to the camera.
- 10. Attach the camera to the camera bracket using the nylon nuts. Assemble the case and mount the camera bracket, using six metal screws, four on the top and two from the front. Then connect the FFC cable to the camera.
- 11. Finally, apply the rubber foot pads to the bottom of the case and connect the antennas.
You need to short the J48 interface with jumper caps, and then insert the DC power supply to the circular power port.