Is P3668-0001 a valid part number?

Procurement/engineering is having some confusion about how to buy this part. On next higher assembly, description of P3668-0001 is “Xavier NX Module”. When searching for P3668-001, part number 900-83668-0000-00 is returned as the “answer”.

Do you have flash software installed? Go to the Linux_for_Tegra/ directory. The flash targets all have the file name extension “.conf” (but flash would be that name without the .conf extension). The names starting with “jetson-” are aliases via symbolic link to the actual file. The actual file consists of a module specification, a carrier board specification, and then .conf. The module and/or carrier board can also have a revision.

Now run this command:
ls -l jetson*.conf | grep -i 'p3668-0001

You might see this:
jetson-xavier-nx-devkit-emmc.conf -> p3509-0000+p3668-0001-qspi-emmc.conf

So a p3668-0001 is a revision 1 carrier board for the Xavier NX developer’s kit carrier board. That isn’t a module spec, it is a carrier board spec. I don’t know about the part numbers, maybe those are the designation for ordering a complete Xavier NX dev kit.

Please refer to below FAQ site for the P/N of module and devkit.

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