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Aetina unveiled a rugged, 87 x 67mm “AN110” carrier for the Jetson Nano, and on KS there’s a 4x PoE “AeyeQ” carrier for the Nano and Xavier NX. The boards join other recent Nano carriers including AntMicro’s “Nano Baseboard,” Auvidea’s “JN30A/B,” and two carriers from AverMedia. Nvidia broke with tradition by introducing a maker-oriented development kit for its compact, Linux-driven Jetson Nano module priced at only $99. Nvidia supported its previous Jetson modules with more expensive and feature rich development kits, leaving third party partners to provide more affordable carrier options.

That hasn’t stopped the third-party vendors, however. Aetina and a Belgian startup called AeyeQ have announced new Nano carrier boards that offer features not found on the Jetson Nano Dev Kit, joining other Nano carrier alternatives that have showed up over the last year from three more firms with names starting with A: AntMicro, Auvidea, and AverMedia.

Nvidia’s 70 x 45mm Nano module integrates 4x 1.43GHz Cortex-A57 cores and 4GB LPDDR4, and the Rev5 production revision that arrived in August provides 16GB eMMC 5.1. As with all the Jetsons, the most compelling feature is the GPU, in this case a 128-core Maxwell GPU with CUDA-X AI libraries and [email protected] support.

Last month, Nvidia released an updated recently updated Jetson Nano Dev Kit-B01 which is compatible with the 16GB eMMC production version of the Nano and makes a few other minor changes. Jetson Nano modules that ship with the new B01 kit will work on the earlier A02 kit, but modules that shipped with that original will not work on the B01.

The B01 kit will also support the Jetson Xavier NX, a module due to ship next month that combines features of the Xavier AGX and the Nano. The AverMedia and AeyeQ boards also support the Xavier NX in addition to the Nano.

We have covered two versions of Nvidia’s open-spec JetBot AI Kit robotics dev kit built around the Nvidia Jetson Nano Dev Kit. One is from Waveshare and the other from SparkFun. There’s also a 5-megapixel, MIPI-CSI2 connected e-CAM50_CUNANO camera from E-con designed for the Nano Dev Kit and an enclosed Jetbox-Nano system based on the kit from Diamond.

The AN110 follows earlier Aetina carrier boards including the ACE-N310 for Nvidia’s Jetson TX1/TX2/TX2i modules and a larger, Nano-ITX ACE-N261 and ACE-N622 for the TX1/TX2. Aetina also has an AX710 carrier for the AGX Xavier.

The AN110 is equipped with a microSD slot and single GbE, HDMI, and micro-USB 2.0 ports. There are also 2x USB 3.2 Gen1 ports and 15-pin or 36-pin FPC camera connectors for 2x and 4x MIPI-CSI2 lanes, respectively.

Other features include 2x UART, 5x GPIO, and single eDP, RS-232, I2C, SPI, and front panel interfaces. There’s also a dual-pin 12V DC input.

The AeyeQ Kickstarter project is “all or nothing” and has a long way to go to hit its $140K goal by Mar. 15. The KS video suggests, however, that the Antwerp-based startup will also entertain volume customization projects based on the AeyeQ board. Applications include a camera-connected in-vehicle computer designed to detect potholes and road conditions.

The AeyeQ carrier supports the new Jetson Xavier NX in addition the Jetson Nano. The board is also notable for its 4x PoE (at/af) enabled Gigabit Ethernet ports for up to 30W per port. There’s also a standard GbE port and a passive GbE PoE port with 24VDC, 0.75A power for “powering wireless transmission devices.”

The AeyeQ is equipped with 4x USB 3.0 and single HDMI and DisplayPorts. A CANbus interface supports the Xavier NX’s CAN capabilities. For expansion, there’s a 40-pin header to express the Nano GPIO, as well as a mini-PCIe slot with wireless support and an M.2 socket for SSDs.

The 24VDC power supply features “PoE power boost,” and there are output voltage ports for 24VDC, 12VDCX, and 5VDC 1A. The design can fit into an Axis Surveillance Cabinet from Axis Communications.

The 100.2 x 55mm (5,511 sq. mm) Jetson Nano Baseboard is slightly smaller than the Aetina AN110. Its main claim to fame is that unlike all the other Nano carriers, including the official Dev Kit, it’s an open-spec design available on GitHub.

Antmicro does not appear to sell the boards individually, but it says it has produced custom versions for some of its customers. Other companies have built commercial devices based on the board including mobile robot controllers and intelligent machine vision units.

The Jetson Nano Baseboard is equipped with GbE, USB Type-C DFP host, micro-USB debug, mini-HDMI, and mini-DisplayPorts. Dual MIPI-CSI2 based FFC camera connectors support “up to 4 sensors in a 2-lane configuration or 3 sensors in a 4-lane configuration.” There’s also a 12VDC input with 6-36VDC support, reset and recovery buttons, and a fan connector.

The 104.6 x 80mm JN30A and JN30B carriers follow earlier Auvidea carriers for the Jetson TX1, TX2 and AGX Xavier. The JN30A is available for the original, non-eMMC “Rev 3” version of the Nano in PoE PD (power delivery) and PoE PSE (power sourcing equipment) models. PD lets you power the board via Ethernet and PSE lets you power other devices such as cameras.

The datasheet includes the spec comparison chart with the Nano Dev Kit showing advantages such additional the PoE support, NVMe support for the M.2 socket, and wide-range 12-48V DC input (see below). The boards also add a 9-axis IMU sensor and more MIPI-CSI2 interfaces (2x four-lane and 2x two-lane connectors).

The chart also shows a JN30-LC model that lacks a product/shopping page but is said to sell for 99 Euros ($107). The LC lacks the PoE, M.2, IMU, DisplayPort, and supercap option of the other models.

AverMedia has followed its earlier Jetson TX1/TX2 and AGX Xavier carrier boards and box PCs with two models that support both the Jetson Nano and Xavier NX: the EN715-AAC2-0000 and Mini-ITX form factor EN713-AAE9-0000. There’s also a Box PC EN713-AAE9-1PC0 system based on the higher-end EN713-AAE9-0000 board that you can check out on your own. Both carriers support 0 to 70°C operation while the box PC can handle 0 to 65°C. Pricing was not available.

The EN715-AAC2-0000 provides 2x MIPI-CSI2 interfaces on the back of the board plus a 20-pin GPIO connector. There’s a 9-19V DC input, an RTC with battery support, and power and recovery buttons. Designed for direct deployment in smart city, retail, camera, and medical applications, the board integrates 4x mounting holes.

The 170 x 170mm EN713-AAE9-0000 is designed for network video recorder (NVR) applications using networked IP cameras. It has all the features of the EN715-AAC2-0000 except for the MIPI-CSI interfaces.

The EN713-AAE9-0000 is further equipped with a SATA 3.1 interface, an LTE-ready mini-PCIe slot with optional WiFi-ac module, a 3-pin terminal block RS-485 interface, and audio I/O. There’s also a 54V power input.

No pricing or availability information was provided for the Aetina AN110. More information may be found in Aetina’s AN110 announcement and product page. Aetina will show off the AN110 at Embedded World 2020, Hall 1 #1-207, in Nuremberg Germany, Feb. 25-27.

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The AeyeQ carrier is available on Kickstarter starting at 400 Euros ($434), with shipments due in July or August. More information may be found in the Feb. 11 AeyeQ announcement, as well as the AeyeQ Kickstarter age. For full specs, go to the AeyeQ website.

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