1- Overview of DSBOARD-ORNX
2- Power Socket & Polarization
3- Jetpack Installation and Interface Guide
DSBOARD-ORNX is industrial carrier board for NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX and Jetson Orin Nano. We will explain how to get started with DSBOARD-ORNX on this blogpost.
You can see the front view of DSBOARD-ORNX.
Before you plug in DC power cable, you should plug in Ethernet cable, keyboard and mouse USB cables to USB ports, HDMI cable to HDMI port socket for monitoring the system and the Jetson Orin™ NX & Orin Nano™ module to its socket.
After connections are done, you can plug in the DC power cable to “DC IN” socket. If you have auto power version of DSBOARD-ORNX, the system runs as soon as you plug the DC power cable. If you have other version, you should press power button which is located on the front side. The DC Power Source should be in the range of 9-28 Volt DC. You can find the DC Power socket when you open the package of the product.
You can see the power connector pinout below. First and third pins are positive polarization, second and fourth pins are negative polarization.
You can have DC Power Adapter, GPIO Mating Socket, HDMI Cable and Ethernet Cable as optional.
After you energize the board, the system runs. The industrial box pc has preinstalled operating system (Ubuntu 20.04). When the Ubuntu Desktop show up, you will need to user name and password. Both the user name and the password are “nvidia”.
If you would like to view the definition of each connector, please click here.
If you would like to upgrade or downgrade the software version, please click here.
If you would like to use CANBus interface, please click here.
If you would like to use, Industrial Input Output pins, please click here.
If you would like to use serial communication interfaces(RS232,RS422), please click here.
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