This design is one of two baseboards for the OAK-SoM-IoT (BW1099EMB). If you are new to OAK IOT devices, you can check Getting started with OAK IOT devices tutorial. To read more on the why of this design, see here and here.
Dimensions and Weight¶
Width: 60 mm
Height: 45 mm
Length: 25 mm (including the SoM)
Weight: 45.5g (total), 20g (PCBA), 25.5g (SoM with heatsink)
This design will serve as a reference for multiple purposes:
How to use the BW1099EMB with microcontrollers over SPI
How to connect DepthAI as an IoT device to AWS-IoT
How to use DepthAI without an OS-capable host processor (e.g. with an embedded microcontroller like the ESP32)
How to use DepthAI with WiFi and Bluetooth
Prototype of DepthAI with an integrated IMU
Minimal and maximal perceiving distances of the camera¶
Minimal depth perceiving distance of the camera depends on mono camera FOV, resolution, baseline and stereo depth mode, more info is available on the Stereo Depth documentation.
OAK-D-IOT-40 has a baseline of 4cm and by varying the resolution and stereo depth mode, we get the following minimal depth perceiving distances:
Min distance (800P): ~ 37cm
Min distance (400P): ~ 19.6cm
Min distance with extended disparity (800P): ~ 19.6cm
Min distance with extended disparity (400P): ~ 19.6cm
Maximal perceiving distance for OAK-D-IoT-40: 21 meters
For more information about the maximum distance see the Stereo Depth documentation.
The OAK-D-IoT-40 accepts power input from 5V barrel jack and it can also accept power from USB C connector. Booting can be accomplished from either the ESP32 or NOR flash on the BW1099EMB, boot selection is configured on BW1099EMB with BOOT resistors.