Digital signage player on a chip
The fanless TEGRA 2 is based on a SoC-chip developed by Nvidia, which is standardly equipped with everything needed. Thanks to the integrated CUDA cores and the specifically for this hardware adjusted Linux version the Mini-PC is the perfect companion for developers in the digital signage field.
- Nvidia® TEGRA X2
- 8192 MB SO-DDR4
- Nvidia® Pascal GPU
SSD / HDD
- 32GB eMMC Flash
- Vibrante Linux
A dream for developers
The TEGRA 2 is a so-called “system on a module” and is equipped with everything needed, for instance an 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 32GB eMMC Flash storage and the namesake Tegra X2 CPU.
For the TEGRA series Nvidia developed a specific Linux distribution called Vibrante, that has a bigger GNU toolkit and more Nvidia related libraries. The TEGRA chip also comes with a developer kit, which ensures – in combination with the 256 CUDA cores – diverse application scenarios.
|CPU||Nvidia® TEGRA X2|
|Power consumption Idle in W||12|
|Ambient conditions||0°C up to +65°C|
|DC In||external 60W, 12V|
|Input voltage 220V||yes|
|Video output||HDMI 2.0 a/b, DisplayPort 1.4|
|HDMI 2.0 a/b||1|
|Audio output||1x Line-In, 1x Mic-In|
|USB 3.0 / 3.1||2|
|Integrated graphics||Nvidia® Pascal GPU|