EC-3200 – Fanless Embedded System Equipped with NVIDIA® Jetson Tegra X2 for AIoT Edge Applications

The EC-3200 is a fanless embedded system that is both power-efficient and high-performance. By pairing a dual core NVIDIA® Denver 2 with a quad-core ARM® Cortex®-A57 processor, this system delivers exceptional AI performance. The EC-3200's extended temperature and small footprint allows for deployment in most industrial settings.

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CPU

Dual-Core NVIDIA® Denver 2 64-Bit CPU Quad-Core ARM® Cortex®-A57 MPCore

Memory Type

Onboard LPDDR4

Maximum Memory Supported

8 GB

Integrated Graphics

NVIDIA Pascal™ 256 CUDA core GPU @ 1.3GHz

Storage

Onboard 32GB eMMC 5.1

Video

1 x HDMI

LAN Ports

1 x RJ45 GbE LAN, 2 x antenna connectors for Wi-Fi 802.11AC and BT4.0

GPIO Interface

1 x 10-pin 4-in & 4-out GPIO Terminal Block

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-Key 2280, 1 x M.2 B-Key 3042

Front I/O

1 x LAN, 1 x HDMI, 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x Mic-In, 1 x Line-Out

Rear I/O

4 x Antenna Connectors

Additional I/O

1 x COM or CANbus, 1 x Micro-USB, 1 x 10-pin GPIO Terminal Block

Dimensions

5" x 5.39" x 1.81" (127mm x 137mm x 46mm)

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 140°F (-20 ~ 60°C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176°F (-20 ~ 80°C)

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 90% @ 45ºC, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Custom made BSP based Ubuntu 18.04, Jetpack 4.6 and L4T 32.6.1

Global P/N / SKU

1708280

Ordering Options

EC-3200 (1708280A):
Fanless Embedded System with NVIDIA Jetson TX2, 8GB Memory, 32GB eMMC Storage

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Datasheet

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EC-3200 (1708280A): Fanless Embedded System with NVIDIA Jetson TX2, 8GB Memory, 32GB eMMC Storage

EC-3200 – Fanless Embedded System Equipped with NVIDIA® Jetson Tegra X2 for AIoT Edge Applications

The EC-3200 is a fanless embedded system that is both power-efficient and high-performance. By pairing a dual core NVIDIA® Denver 2 with a quad-core ARM® Cortex®-A57 processor, this system delivers exceptional AI performance. The EC-3200’s extended temperature and small footprint allows for deployment in most industrial settings.

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SKU: 1708280 Tags: Harsh Environment, Industrial Automation, Internet of Things (IoT), Test & Measurement

Additional information

CPU

Dual-Core NVIDIA® Denver 2 64-Bit CPU Quad-Core ARM® Cortex®-A57 MPCore

Memory Type

Onboard LPDDR4

Maximum Memory Supported

8 GB

Integrated Graphics

NVIDIA Pascal™ 256 CUDA core GPU @ 1.3GHz

Storage

Onboard 32GB eMMC 5.1

Video

1 x HDMI

LAN Ports

1 x RJ45 GbE LAN, 2 x antenna connectors for Wi-Fi 802.11AC and BT4.0

GPIO Interface

1 x 10-pin 4-in & 4-out GPIO Terminal Block

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-Key 2280, 1 x M.2 B-Key 3042

Front I/O

1 x LAN, 1 x HDMI, 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x Mic-In, 1 x Line-Out

Rear I/O

4 x Antenna Connectors

Additional I/O

1 x COM or CANbus, 1 x Micro-USB, 1 x 10-pin GPIO Terminal Block

Dimensions

5" x 5.39" x 1.81" (127mm x 137mm x 46mm)

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 140°F (-20 ~ 60°C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176°F (-20 ~ 80°C)

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 90% @ 45ºC, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Custom made BSP based Ubuntu 18.04, Jetpack 4.6 and L4T 32.6.1

Global P/N / SKU

1708280

Ordering Options

EC-3200 (1708280A):
Fanless Embedded System with NVIDIA Jetson TX2, 8GB Memory, 32GB eMMC Storage

Downloads

Datasheet

Ordering Options

EC-3200 (1708280A): Fanless Embedded System with NVIDIA Jetson TX2, 8GB Memory, 32GB eMMC Storage

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