Jetson Product Updates

With increasing adoption and deployment of AI in industrial and edge/embedded systems, NVIDIA is announcing the following product updates:

  • 1H2021 - Industrial version of the Jetson AGX Xavier module that is form factor, pin and software compatible
  • April, 2020 - Updated Jetson AGX Xavier module with memory increased to 32GB for support of increasingly complex AI models and accelerated computing algorithms
  • Now - The Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit is updated with the same memory increase to 32GB
  • Now - The Jetson Nano Developer Kit is updated to support the production Jetson Nano module and the upcoming Jetson Xavier NX module

Details about the new industrial Jetson AGX Xavier module (Available 1H2021)

  • Suitable for industrial environments with extended temperature range, increased shock and vibration specifications and 10 year operational lifetime
  • 100% form factor, pin, and software compatible with other Jetson AGX Xavier series modules
  • Includes 32 GB of memory with support for ECC
  • Designed for safety with internal Safety Cluster Engine (SCE): a dedicated ARM® Cortex®-R5F subsystem for integrated fault detection mechanisms, lock-step subsystems, and in-field self tests
  • Functional safety documentation package for integration in industrial and robotics safety related systems (early access in 2H2020 upon request).
  • Support for an external safety MCU

Details about the updated Jetson AGX Xavier module (Available April 2020 Now)
Part Number 900-82888-0040-000 replaces previous version (PN: 900-82888-0000-000)

  • Memory increased from 16 GB to 32 GB
  • Price stays the same: $899 (1KU+)

Details about the updated Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit (Available Now)
Part Number 945-82972-004n-000 replaces previous version (PN: 945-82972-000n-000)

  • Memory increased from 16 GB to 32 GB
  • Price stays the same: $699

Details about the updated Jetson Nano Developer Kit (Available Now)
Part Number 945-13450-0000-100 replaces previous version (PN: 945-13450-0000-000)

  • Supports production Jetson Nano module
  • Supports production Jetson Xavier NX module (Available March 2020 Now)
  • 2nd CSI Camera connector
  • Full design files available now at Jetson Download Center
  • Price stays the same: $99

See the Jetson Hardware page for updated roadmap.

I assume the new Nano developer kit will allow simultaneous access to both CSI camera connectors. If so, how will this be supported? Is there a demo example?


Referring to “Jetson Nano Developer Kit is updated to support the production Jetson Nano module and the upcoming Jetson Xavier NX module”, does it affect the code that was developed with older Nano devices?

There should be no impact. E.g., the same SD Card image supports both revisions of the devkit.

Sure. You can use gst-launch-1.0 command like here except sensor-id=5 in that example would become sensor-id=1 for your second camera (and deprecated nvcamerasrc replaced with nvarguscamerasrc):

gst-launch-1.0 nvarguscamerasrc sensor-id=0 ! 'video/x-raw(memory:NVMM), format=NV12, width=640, height=480, framerate=30/1' ! nvvidconv ! 'video/x-raw' ! xvimagesink nvarguscamerasrc sensor-id=1 ! 'video/x-raw(memory:NVMM), width=640, height=480, framerate=30/1, format=NV12' ! nvvidconv flip-method=0 ! nvegltransform ! nveglglessink

Also the MM API multi-camera sample comes to mind, and if you try the samples in DeepStream SDK you can edit configs to use both cameras.

What is the name of the new Jetson Nano revision and where can we find design files for the most recent revision of the Jetson Nano? So far, I’ve only been able to find the previous design (B01, I think it is) and I haven’t been able to locate the desired documentation for the newest revision.

It appears that, with the addition of the second camera, the 8 pin button header has been moved underneath the processor which, unfortunately, means there’s not actually enough space for the headers in most Jetson Nano cases. It appears I won’t be able to actually use any of the buttons without doing some soldering due to the new design.

Is the assumption that anyone who plans on using the new button header location will need a larger case size to utilize it since the pins themselves have been moved to the edge of the board (rather than moving them further back to give them space to use header pins)?

The new revision of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit is identified by part number 945-13450-0000-100. It includes:

  • non-production specification Jetson Nano module P3448-0000 with PCB revision B01
  • Reference carrier board P3449 with PCB revision B01

The same B01 revision PCB is used by this P3448-0000 module and by the P3448-0002 production module. (There are differences in components, though. The most obvious is that P3448-0000 stuffs microSD Card slot, whereas P3448-0002 stuffs eMMC.)

The P3449 B01 carrier board supports any Jetson Nano module with PCB revision B01.

Design files and related collateral are all available from Jetson Download Center.

You can check case designs against the 3D CAD STEP Model for the new Jetson Nano Developer Kit. It’s available from Jetson Download Center.

I just want to double check that whether NVIDIA will sell Jetson NANO module P3448-0000 ( with microSD Card slot and without eMMc) separately

Hi teslalady, the Nano module with SD card slot is only sold with the devkit. The commercially-available module for production use is with the eMMC.

Hi prlawrence,

Would you advice how to use Jetson Xavier NX module on Nano b01?
Is there any document to refer?

Thank you,

This will be possible with JetPack 4.4 Developer Preview, also available the 2nd half of April 2002.

Thanks for your support.