I had posted this on 22Sept2016. Unfortunately have not get any reply. I reposting the same questions with some add-on
I was reading through the datasheet for TX1 looking for the following information
- Operating Temperature
- Storage Temperature
I had found the Operating temperature range and Operating Lifetime which I guessed is MTBF.
- Is there any document which indicate the rest of the information?
- Does Operating Lifetime same as MTBF?
- What are test does the Manufacturer perform for each module to ensure the quality and reliabilities before shipping?
- How can we know the production batch number from the module?
Regarding the Storage Temperature, you could find this information from the TX1 module datasheet - [url]http://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/dlc/jetson-tx1-module-data-sheet[/url]
We are checking the humidity spec and will get back to you.
For other questions, will be updated once received further update from the team.
We add the Reliability section at the updated Jetson TX1 Module Data Sheet v1.1, which contains Temperature Humidity and MTBF information for your reference.
Above for TX1: “The recommended storage temperature range is -40C to 80C as specified in the module datasheet.” I think the preliminary data sheet had the same storage and operating temperature range -25 - +80C.
The TX2 data sheet shows the same temperature for both operating and storage temperature, -25C - +80C in section 6.1.
- Is that a typo, since TX1 storage temperature is -40C?
- Is there a known failure mode if the module is stored below -40C?
Since the datasheet was published after I updated in topic, please follow the datasheet defined.
OK, so are you saying the TX1 (-40 to _80C) has better cold storage specs than TX2 (-25 to +80C)?
Not really, that’s the test condition we set for TX2 at that moment, not mean it can’t pass.
May I know your product requirement and use case for the low temperature?
We are planning to use this in an enclosed outdoor applications that could potentially be colder even than -40C, but we will self certify that. I was concerned there was a reliability issue for lower than -25C.