the “reComputer J4011” (https://www.seeedstudio.com/reComputer-J4011-p-5585.html?gad=1&gclid=Cj0KCQjw4bipBhCyARIsAFsieCyUS9fLubdwVQY4RO03Y7rI5QhT-AzOFbYbCmBvMdYPijngEN95NE4aAnnhEALw_wcB) is advertised as being built for industrial use but I couldnt find any mention of it being dust proof or having the IP67 certification.
Which makes me wonder what kind of industrial use is it designed for? We have a very dusty environment so I want to make sure our edge device could survive.
I think you can contact NVDIA and ask all the details about its certifications.
NVIDIA only makes the board, IP certification depends on the enclosure. I said IP67 in the title, but any IP5x would do as we need these to be fully dust proof, not water proof.
Hi there, I doubt any of that as-is. Has more slots and vents than a cheese grater.
ip67 say’s O-rings and gaskets and no Particle intrusion. So NO way this thing is.
With this picture, it is pretty obvious. The one on Mouser made me wonder if these were heatsink fins or slots. Thx!
Sorry, J4011 industrial does not have IP level certification. It uses passive heat dissipation to prevent dust. By the way, the link to reComputer J4011 industrial is this: