Ever since its introduction in March of 2019, the NVIDIA Jetson Nano computer-on-module has been capturing the hearts and minds of AI systems builders everywhere. JETBOX-nano™ is a low-cost enclosure for the Jetson Nano development kit. The all-steel enclosure provides a rugged, durable enclosure solution for the Jetson Nano that measures a compact 125mm x 95mm x 34mm (approx. 4.9 x 3.7 x 1.3 inches). The combination of the Jetson Nano development kit with the JETBOX-nano means users can deploy a professional quality NVIDIA Jetson system with almost 500 gigaFlops performance.
The NVIDIA Jetson Nano Development Kit provides plenty of I/O for makers, learners, and developers.
The JETBOX-Nano measures a compact 125mm x 95mm x 34mm (approx. 4.9 x 3.7 x 1.3 inches). Its 2-part design makes assembly quick and easy. In addition to the standard front-facing I/O connectors, the enclosure provides access to the serial port and camera flex cable port on the Nano development kit’s left side and the GPIO port on its right. A programming button on the rear enables easy software updates, and a DIN rail mount makes installation in end equipment easy.
JETBOX-nano comes as an easy to construct kit that includes everything needed to construct the durable, quality enclosure designed to house the NVIDIA Jetson Nano development kit:
Top and bottom enclosure pieces with assembly hardware
Rear programming button
DIN rail mounting bracket
Optional GPIO cable (-02 model)
Easy-to-follow instructions for building JETBOX-nano
The JETBOX-nano enclosure kit is available in two configurations: The basic model and a GPIO-enabled model
that includes a GPIO feature connector on the right side. The Nano development kit is purchased separately and is readily
available from online vendors. Contact Diamond for options regarding availability of a fully-assembled, ready-to-run system
including the Nano development kit pre-installed.
Looking for more information about the development kit and how product developers are using it?
NVIDIA's Autonomous Machines
section on their website provides plenty of information to fuel your ideas.
Getting started with the developer kit (NVIDIA developer site).
Links to get you started via NVIDIA's online developer resources: