Auto boot when supply connected

Hello!
How I can configure Nano to automatically booting when power is on witout additional unplug-plugging DC Jeck?
Thank you!

If you use Jetson Nano DevKit (4GB - Carrier board rev A02 only):
https://developer.download.nvidia.com/assets/embedded/secure/jetson/Nano/docs/NV_Jetson_Nano_Developer_Kit_User_Guide.pdf?QXZV3CRB47nPc5waJgaaj1Scq50PpiFMY3obfRaP5nf486_Rj3BDlQQic3E0USpEExtQS_3Y3WwQcPCSZl9rbK7wZXDdu_tzUiRmeTsWWJCT0-RrJD-u0ielgztPOCndYhGOVBGgOGWAHBhxMBPtJIls4LJx2X0mziGA6SRU6vtn76iFbBbVqv4XqKcJbo1e7LM

If you make short circuit the J48 connector, you can enable power source from DC jack.

Additionally, if you disable auto power-on (connect 7th and 8th pins) you can power up your system to connect with 1st and 2nd pins.

If you use Jetson Nano DevKit (2GB):


You can disable auto power-on (connect 5th and 6th pins) you can power up your system to connect with 11th and 12th pins.

For more details:

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Thank you for reply!
We have 4GB Jetson Nano.
So if I will disable auto power-on (connect 7th and 8th pins) and shorten (not set the button!) 1st and 2nd pins I will make auto boot the device? This will not damage the device?
Thank you

Hi @vladimir,

I think this can not works correctly. Let’s think this setup.
You disabled auto power-on. Thats’s OK.
If you have always taken power up connection as shorted, your device should be closed after ~10 seconds. (I have never tried it before) That should be the same as another desktop pc.

Hi mehmetdeniz!
I think like you do.
It seems that button must be there anyway.
Thank you!