I finally managed to fully assemble Waveshare’s Jetson Nana Case (C), the accompanying IMX219-83 Stereo Camera, and, of course, the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit. This should add some stereo imaging capability to my robot setup, which I will expand on soon.
A few things I noted:-
- I had to try combinations of wiring up the power button to the J50 button header pins 1/2 and 11/12. The orientation of the button and the resulting blue/black wire combinations was not obvious
- Initially powering it using a spare apple USB power supply resulted in am overcurrent warning, maybe that power supply produces more than 5V
- It now works using a Meanwell GST25E05-P1J power supply, after connecting pins 5 and 6 of the J50 header with the yellow jumper, and selecting the barrel power connector by moving the J48 jumper to close both pins
One thing I did not notice from the images was the I2C connector that needs to be connected on top of the two video cables. The camera wiki states to “[…] connect the I2C interface (only the SDA and SCL pins are required) of the Camera to I2C interface of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit (the Pin3, and Pin5)”.