NVIDIA is not only a well-known worldwide company specializing in the production of outstanding graphics cards, but also a high precision creation philosophy with a passion for advanced technology. It is a U.S. computer company, one of the world's largest manufacturers of GPUs and other integrated systems dedicated to the computer market. However, NVIDIA has decided to expand its product portfolio to include completely different products that meet the current needs of today's customers. The company recognized the potential of microcomputers and appreciated the commitment and passion of robotics, programmers and DIY enthusiasts. This is how the Jetson Nano microcomputer was developed, another fantastic alternative to the commonly known and used Raspberry Pi. Moreover, it can be complemented with numerous accessories and peripheral devices, which are dedicated to the iconic Raspberry Pi. These are compatible with NVIDIA minicomputers. Thus, you can quickly and effectively expand the capabilities of your device, completing an ambitious project.
Camera module designed for minicomputers NVIDIA Jetson Nano is equipped with a sensor IMX219-AF. The camera has programmable focus, so there is no need to use additional tools. The kit was attached to the ribbon that lets you connect the camera to the Board.
Camera module designed for minikomputera NVIDIA Jetson Nano, for work uses sensor IMX219 with a resolution of 8 Mpx with lens. The great advantage of this device is the low level of image distortion is below 3%. The product was equipped with a filter, the infrared port, and its viewing angle is 75° (H). The module can be used in working with the tiles...
The camera has a sensor Sony IMX219 with a resolution of 8 MPx software or automatic adjustment of the image sharpness. Does not have IR filter, so that can record an image also after sunset. The camera is compatible with minikomputerem Nvidia Jetson Nano and Raspberry Pi Compute Module.
Module spy camera that connects to a connector minikomputera Nvidia Jetson Nano. The camera was equipped with a sensor IMX219 with a matrix of 8 Mpx, format 1/4" and a standard M12 lens. Due to its small size and flexible cable length of 300 mm, the camera can be installed even in tight spaces.
Module Som Nvidia Jetson Nano has the same parameters as the standard tile Nvidia Jetson Nano. On-Board integrated powerful Quad core processor ARM Cortex A57 and gpu Nvidia Maxwell with 128 CUDA cores. Has 4 GB of RAM and 16 GB of memory eMMC.
A set of development tools, Nvidia Jetson Nano B01 is a new version of minikomputera Jetson Nano is equipped with a processor ARM Cortex A57 Quad-Core frequency of 1.43 GHz CPU and a Nvidia Maxwell with 128 CUDA cores. Minikomputer has 4 GB of RAM DDR4, port Gigabit Ethernet, ports, 2x HDMI, 4x USB 3.0, GPIO, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART, 2x camera connector and a...
Ready set with a HQ camera and lens is closed in a metal housing with a tripod designed for minikomputera Nvidia Jetson Nano and Xavier. The camera has a sensor IMX477 with a resolution of 12.3 Megapixels format 1/2,3". The camera was a lens with a focal length of 6 mm. the kit also includes a HDMI extender.
The stereo camera has a sensor IMX219-83 with a resolution of 8 MPx. Places to minikomputera Nvidia Jetson Nano and Xavier NX. The camera angle is 83° stereo. The lens has a focal length of 2.6 mm. the camera Also has implemented sensor, 9-DoF InvenSense ICM-20948 to improve the accuracy of motion tracking.
The camera is designed to work with the Board NVIDIA Jetson Nano. The camera has a sensor IMX219 with a resolution of 8 Mpx and factory lens. The great advantage of this device is the low level of image distortion is below 3%. The product is exposed to IR, and its viewing angle is 75° (H). The camera can also work with plates of the Raspberry Pi...
Plug-in module for the web camera v2 for the Raspberry Pi. He was equipped with a sensor Sony IMX219 with a resolution of 8 MPx and by a program control the focus, without the need for additional tools. The focus range at the level of a millimeter, compared to the official lens with a fixed focal length.
Network card wifi, based on Intel 8265AC. The module is compatible with Nvidia Jetson Nanoallows wireless connection of Bluetooth 4.2 and wi-fi 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz with speeds up to 867 Mbit/sec. The kit includes the antenna with a gain of 3 dB with adjustable angle in the range of 90°.
Metal case re_computer developed by Seeedstudio for the most popular minicomputerssuch as the Raspberry Pi, Odyssey X86J4105, Nvidia Jetson Nano and BeagleBone. In the set are different grilles ports for data mini-computers. Top acrylic wall closes on magnets, allowing for its removal at any time.
Removable camera module for camera Raspberry V2 and cameras designed for the NVIDIA Jetson Nano. The product is equipped with a sensor IMX219 with a resolution of 8 Mpx and a viewing angle of 75°. The use of this camera allows to obtain a very low distortion image due to which is perfect as a web camera drone or robot, camera, action, or projects...
The camera has a sensor IMX477 format 1/2,3" and a resolution of 12.3 Megapixels. The maximum photo resolution is 4056 x 3040 pixels. Web camera comes with a lens with a focal length of 6 mmso established CS-Mount. Camera is designed for minikomputera Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano.
Kit consisting of enclosed chamber in a metal housing with HDMI connector. The camera has a sensor IMX477 12,3 MPx format 1/2,3" image resolution 4056 x 3040 pixels. It has a mounted lens with a focal length of 6 mm. The kit also includes a small tripod, HDMI cable, adapter CSI - HDMI and distance.
Display touch, capacitive IPS for minikomputera Raspberry Pi. The diagonal of the screen is a 12.5", and its resolution is 1920 x 1080 px. The screen was closed in the housing with angle adjustment and ferrite speaker. For proper operation requires the connection of HDMI and USB C.
Minikomputer Nvidia Jetson TX2i features a dual core Nvidia Denver 2.0 and a Quad core processor ARM Cortex-A57and GPU of Nvidia Pascal with 256 CUDA cores. The module has 8 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory eMMC. On Board integrated wi-fi system. The performance of SI is 1.26 TFLOP.
Camera module IMX219-77 is equipped with a sensor working with the Jetson IMX219 Nano. The camera has a matrix with a resolution of only 8 Mpx. A maximum resolution of 3280 x 2464 pixels, and the angle of view F. O. V is 77°.
Minikomputer NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX is equipped with a six-core processor (CPU) NVIDIA Carmel ARM architecture 64-bit and the graphics processor (GPU) NVIDIA Volta is equipped with 384 CUDA cores and 48 cores Tensor. PCB has 8 GB of RAM LPDD4, 40-pin GPIO, wi-fi / Bluetooth, inputs / outputs video.
Camera module Sony IMX219-120 equipped with the sensor IMX219 compatible with Jetson Nano. The camera has a matrix with a resolution of 8 Mpx. The maximum recording resolution is 3280 x 2464 px, and the field of view F. O. V is 120°.
NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX powerful computer jednopłytkowy as a module Som. Allows faster operation with respect to its predecessor, the TX2 module Jetson, and built-in support for the cloud. The module is equipped with 6-core processor NVIDIA Carmel on the frequency of 1.9 GHzand graphics NVIDIA Volta with 384 CUDA cores and 48 cores Tensor. PCB has 8 GB of...
The camera has a sensor IMX477 format 1/2,3" with a resolution of 12.3 Megapixels. Compatible with minikomputerami Nvidia Jetson Nano and Xavier NX for communication use the connector CSI-2, requires no additional software. On the camera module installed M12 lens with a focal length of 3.9 mm and aperturą F2. 8 and a viewing angle of 80°.
Reduced module Nvidia Jetson TX2 with the same performance as the module standard sizes. Features a dual core Nvidia Denver 2 about 2 GHz, and the coprocessor of the ARM Cortex-A57 2 GHz, and graphics processor Nvidia Pascal with 256 CUDA cores. The tile was equipped with 4 GB of RAM and 16 GB of memory eMMC.
Module Nvidia Jetson TX2 small size and the same performance as the standard version of this module. On Board integrated dual-core processor Nvidia Denver 2 about 2 GHz, and the coprocessor of the ARM Cortex-A57 2 GHz, and graphics processor Nvidia Pascal with 256 CUDA cores. The module has 8 GB of RAM and 32 GB eMMC, and wi-fi.
Back in 1999, NVIDIA invented the GPO, which was a great start for its development in the gaming industry. It revolutionized modern computer graphics. This marked the beginning of a new era in computing technology. However, the company had been in business even before, as it was founded in 1993 by Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem. Its headquarters are located in California. It is currently a leading manufacturer of GPUs, but also of complete graphics cards.
In 2000, NVIDIA also acquired 3DFX, a market-leading computer graphics manufacturer. A year later, it offers its customers an integrated graphics solution with NFORCE. In 2003, another company came on board, this time it was Media Q. A few years later, the Tegra mobile processor is released. In 2010, NVIDIA Tesla GPUs are powering the world's fastest computer. In 2018, the Turing architecture is released, marking the beginning of a whole new chapter in the history of modern computer graphics. However, this is not the end of NVIDIA's achievements. Its portfolio also includes the high-performance Jetson Nano microcomputer, which runs on the ARM A57 quad-core CPU.
The Jetson Nano microcomputers by NVIDIA have a large surface area heatsink alongside a high-performance processor. This allows heat to be dissipated quickly to the outside, resulting in more efficient and faster operation, as well as longer device life and lower failure rate. The Jetson Nano features very good graphics, due to the 128-core NVIDIA Maxwell GPU. The board features 4GB of RAM and a 40-pin GPIO connector, enabling communication via I2C, I2S, SPI and UART interfaces. Furthermore, we can use the on-board USB 3.0 type A connector, which is designed to connect receivers with current consumption up to 2.5 A. This way we get as much as 5 times bigger result than it is in the case of the iconic Raspberry. You can connect your camera and screen to the Jetson Nano from NVIDIA, using HDMI and CSI connectors. To connect to the network, use the on-board Ethernet connector.
The GPIO connector in the Jetson Nano by NVIDIA provides great opportunities to extend the functionality of the microcomputer. You can connect peripherals, modules and add-ons that were developed for the Raspberry Pi. Use the microcomputer to create a control system for intelligent lighting, garage doors and sensor devices. Build your own weather station and control the weather outside. You can also create an advanced robot and IoT application.
We have everything you need to build control systems based on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano board. These are both ready-to-go modules as well as accessories such as touchscreens and cameras.