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OAK-SoM (5 pcs)

OAK-SoM (5 pcs)


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Overview :The OAK-SoM (BW1099) is a System on Module (SoM) designed for integration into top-level system with a need for a low-power, 4 Tera Operation Per Second (TOPS) AI vision system. To be used in industrial automation, robotics and security systems. The OAK-SoM interfaces with the system through a single 10-Gbps-rated 100-pin board-to-board mezzanine connector which carries all signal I/O as well as 5v input. The on-board SMPS system regulates the 5V input and provides all necessary digital and analog power. An auxiliary power port is offered to interface without connection to a baseboard.

Devices that use OAK-SoM :All devices that have SoM on-board are also open-source. You could redesign them, for example to change stereo baseline. If you are interested in integrating DepthAI (via SoM) into your product, see documentation here.

RVC2 inside : This OAK device is built on top of the RVC2. Main features:
4 TOPS of processing power (1.4 TOPS for AI)
Run any AI model, even custom architectured/built ones - models need to be converted.
Encoding: H.264, H.265, MJPEG - 4K/30FPS, 1080P/60FPS
Computer vision: warp/dewarp, resize, crop via ImageManip node, edge detection, feature tracking. You can also run custom CV functions
Stereo depth perception with filtering, post-processing, RGB-depth alignment, and high configurability
Object tracking: 2D and 3D tracking with ObjectTracker node

Board Layout :

../_images/BW1099_diag.jpgDimensions and Weight :
Width: 30 mm
Height: 40 mm
Length: 4.53 mm (17.5 mm with heatsink)
Weight: 4g

Key features :

Interfaces with the system through a single 10-Gbps-rated 100-pin connector (DF40C-100DP-0.4V(51))
2 x 2-lane MIPI channels
1 x 4-lane MIPI channels
USB 3.1 Gen 1
Boot Modes supported: USB, NOR (optional)
Design files produced with Altium Designer 20

Important Note: This System on Module cannot be used standalone; it requires a carrier board and connection to a host processor running Linux, MacOS, or Windows. If you are looking for a pure-embedded use-case, such as use with an MCU (e.g. ATTiny8, ESP32, etc.) instead of an operating-system-capable host processor, see the BW1099EMB here.

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