MATRIX VISION - mvBlueFOX Technical Documentation
NVIDIA Jetson Nano

General

CPUCortex-A57 @ 1.43 GHz
Cores4
RAM4GB
USB2.0 Interfaces1
USB3.0 Interfaces4
Ethernet10/100/1000 MBit
PCIex1/x2/x4
Gen 2
Note
The above table describes the specification of the Jetson module without any carrier board.

Benchmarks

USB2.0 Performance

Additional Settings Applied On The System

mvIMPACT Acquire - System Settings

SettingValue
Request Count20
Note
A Request in the mvIMPACT Acquire API represents a buffer where an image with the current device configuration is captured into. In order to avoid losing images at a high FPS, it's recommended to increase the number of these request buffers (i.e. ' RequestCount' in ' SystemSettings', by default the value is set to 4 for MATRIX VISION USB2.0 cameras), so that the driver can continue capturing image data even if the host application is slower at processing an image than the camera transferring one. As a rule of thumb, the number of capture buffers should be configured roughly within the range of FPS/2 and FPS/5. In the following test, the RequestCount is set to 20 which is roughly FPS/5.

Results

CameraResolutionPixel FormatFrame Rate [Frames/s]Bandwidth [MB/s]CPU Load
mvBlueFOX-IGC200wC752 x 480Mono89433.88~31%

Remarks

Choose the right power supply

The Jetson Nano has 2 power supply possibilities: via the micro-USB connection or via the Barrel Jack connection.

The power (by default 10W) via the micro-USB connector is not sufficient if you want to connect other peripherals (e.g. keyboard, mouse, cameras, etc...) that draw current from the board. So if when powering the USB/USB3 camera through the USB bus (i.e. no external power supply), please supply the board with power through the Barrel Jack connector (4A@5V).

Otherwise the system will throttle due to over-current.