AV710-X2

IP65 GPGPU Computer , NVIDIA AGX Xavier (512 Core) bundled with JetPack 4.4, 18V to 36V MIL-461, Extended Temp. -40°C to 60°C, Video Frame Grabber (SDI/HD/3G-SDI) Support

 

  • NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier™ with 512-Core Volta GPU with 64 Tensor cores
  • Multi Video Format Frame Grabber Support
  • SDI/HD/3G-SDI Input by Mini PCIe or M.2
  • PAL/NTSC Input By Mini PCIe or M.2
  • 1x CAN Bus, 1x RS485 , 2x USB, 2x LAN
  • 1 x NVMe (PCIe Gen4x 4) By Option
  • MIL-461 18V~36V DC-DC
  • MIL-810 Vibration & Shock Resistance
  • Extended Temperature Support -40°C to +60°C

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Technical Profile

Introduction

AV710-X2 , the Rugged Computer is IP65 rated, making it one of the robustest embedded system based on Jetson AGX Xavier. 7Starlake combines the NVIDIA module with the carrier board that has been developed to meet high shock and vibration requirements. To protect the electronics against moisture, water and dust, the Rugged PC has an extremely robust housing and military grade D38999 connectors.

 

Through the combination of a NVIDIA Volta-GPU and ARM-CPU the AGX Xavier Rugged Computer is suitable for demanding intelligent vision applications. These include object recognition, traffic monitoring, environmental perception and behavior planning for cognitive robots or intelligent control of autonomous machines or vehicles. The computer is also suitable for machine learning.

 

System Main Board

 

AGX 

AV710-X2
Purpose-Built System For Agile Reconnaissance
AV710-X2 offers an extension to frame grabbers which is extremely vital in applications related to agile reconnaissance, e.g., target acquisition, smart surveillance, and security. For instance, when a potential breach of abnormal signal is detected, a frame grabber captures an image or a sequence of images in digital form, and then transmits the data to user and command control center. AV710-X2 can support 3 more Mini PCIe expansion slots to cover multi-video format including SDI/HD/3G-SDI or NTSC/PAL to collect useful images and react promptly in the ever-changing world.
frame grabber
MIL-STD -461

MIL-STD-461 is a military standard that establishes the control of electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions and susceptibility characteristics of electronic, electrical & electromechanical equipment and subsystems for military equipment. EMI encompasses any undesired signals, “noise”, generated by electronic equipment. Keeping EMI under control is crucial for military applications, because if it’s out of control, the military will be detected by the enemy and it might cause a great loss. To design a product that meets strict requirements, engineers should possess extensive knowledge of both electrical and mechanical design to avoid unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy, which may cause unwanted effects, for example, physical damage in operational equipment.

MIL-STD-461

Block diagram of MIL-STD-461 test configuration

 

Rugged D38999 Series connectors

MIL-DTL-38999 is a high-performance cylindrical connector family designed to withstand the extreme shock, exposure and vibration that are commonplace in Defense and aerospace applications. D38999 connectors are lightweight and can stand up to environmental challenges. Made with removable crimp or fixed hermetic solder contacts, these connectors provide high-vibration characteristics and are suitable for severe wind and moisture problem areas. Equipped with MIL-38999 4/10/22 pin connectors TV07RW-11-54P, TV07RW-13-98S, and TV07RW-13-35S, AV710 is undoubtedly durable and ruggedized enough despite operating in the harsh environment.

 

Video over Ethernet

Power over Ethernet (POE) is a technology that lets network cables carry electrical power. For instance, a digital security camera normally requires two connections—a network and a power connection with isolated cables. However, a POE technology only needs one network cable, which can get network connection while carrying electrical power. Without being tethered to an electrical outlet, devices can be located wherever they are needed most, and repositioned easily if required. To meet our customers’ needs, AV710 offers optional POE delivery on D38999 connectors, which are extremely reliable and useful in outdoor applications.

 

Appearance

 

AV710X2拉線

AX710X2 FRONT

Specifications

System

 

Processor8-core ARM v8.2 64-bit CPU, 8MB L2 + 4MB L3.
Memory type32GB GDDR
ChipsetAGX XAVIER
 

GPU

NVIDIAJETSON AGX XAVIER
CUDA Cores Memory512-core Volta GPU with Tensor Cores

32GB 256-Bit LPDDR4x | 137GB/s

Storage32GB eMMC SSD
 

Graphics Output

1x DVI

Resolution

DVI

Up to 1920×1200@60Hz 32bpp

 

Storage

HDD/SSD1x M.2 2280 M key NVMe socket (PCIe Gen3 x4) for NVMe

SSD installation 1 x 2.5″ SSD

 

I/O

Power ButtonWater Resistive Power Button with LED Backlight
DC-IN1x DC-in
Ethernet (X1, X2) 2x  LAN
USB (X3) 2x USB3.0
DVI-I (X4) 1x DVI
COM (X5) 2x RS485
Audio (X6) 1x MIC,  1 x Speak Out
CAN (X7)1x CAN
BNC (X9)1x HD-SDI
 

Power Requirement

Power InputDC-DC 18V to 36V (300W max) MIL-STD 461
 

Applications, Operating System

ApplicationsCommercial and Military Platforms Requiring Compliance to MIL-STD-810

Process Control, where Harsh Temperature, Shock, Vibration, Altitude, Dust and EMI Conditions.

Operating SystemLinux Ubuntu 18.04
 

Mechanical and Environment

Dimension (W x D x H)230 x 280 x 83 (mm)
Weight7kg
ChassisAluminum Alloy, Corrosion Resistant
FinishAnodic aluminum oxide
CoolingNatural Passive Convection/Conduction. No Moving Parts
Ingress ProtectionIP65
 

Environmental

MIL-STD-810Method 507.5, Procedure II ( Temperature & Humidity )
Method 516.6 Shock-Procedure V Non-Operating ( Mechanical Shock )
Method 516.6 Shock-Procedure I Operating ( Mechanical Shock )
Method 514.6 Vibration Category 24/Non-Operating ( Category 20 & 24, Vibration )
Method 514.6 Vibration Category 20/Operating ( Category 20 & 24, Vibration )
Method 501.5, Procedure I ( Storage/High Temperature )
Method 501.5, Procedure II ( Operation/High Temperature )
Method 502.5, Procedure I ( Storage/Low Temperature )
Method 502.5, Procedure II ( Operation/Low Temperature )
Method 503.5, Procedure I ( Temperature shock )
MIL-STD-461
CE102  :   10 KHz – 10 MHz
RE102-4 : 1.5 MHz -30 MHz – 5 GHz
RS103 :    200 MHz – 3.0 GHz – 5.0 GHz, 50 V/m equal for all frequencies
Operating Temperature-40 to 65°C ( Ambient with air flow)
Storage Temperature-40 to 85°C