I’m experiencing a wired behavior in my TK1. When my TK1 runs for about 10 hours continuously, It suddenly powers off and power on again. Even though the power is on, the operating system does not get boot up, It only lights up the power LED and the Orange color Ethernet port LED lights.
If I unplug the power cable and leave it for about 1 day, and power on again, Then it powers on without any issue and works normally. When the TK1 board is not starting up correctly I can see that the orange color LED in the Ethernet port is light up with the power on (green) LED on the board.
Can you please help me to figure out why this power failure happening when the board is running for a long time.
BTW , that jumper cable thing in the J1A1 headers stopped working, and now to power on the TK1 board I have to wait about a day and after running the OS for about 4-5 hours it suddenly powers off and power on to the none-responsive state (Fan, Power LED and Ethernet LED are working but nothing else )
I couldn’t tell you where, but that sounds like a failing capacitor. One experiment you might try is that when it won’t turn on disconnect power supply, and hold the power on button for about 30 seconds. Then reconnect power and try again. Sometimes holding the power button on without power will drain other capacitors without waiting for longer times. If this works, then I’d say odds of a marginal capacitor went way up (but I couldn’t tell you which one). If this does not work, then it might still be a failing capacitor.
Thank you very much for your support, I was able to get the TK1 up and running for some time (~2 weeks) after connecting 3.3V (main supply from the J3A1 header out) to RST_SWR_L pin in the front panel, But now it doesn’t work with that, TK1 power up for about 1~2 minutes and drop the power suddenly.
But anyway I bought a new Jetson nano from Arrow and this time bought a Mean Well RD-125A power supply as well. So , see you around with Jeston nano :)