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Onboard computer adapter board for M300
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IdanY
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Hi,
on the top of the M300 we have USB type C for OSDK connection.
According to the documentation under
https://developer.dji.com/onboard-sdk/documentation/quickstart/device-connection.html

"DJI provides an onboard computer adapter board, which provides the XT30 24V power port, OSDK serial port and OSDK USB 2.0 port"

Where can I find this onboard computer adapter board? I didn't see anything about it on dji sales site.


6-11 06:14
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Responder Air
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I've been wondering the same thing. The only reply I got was to make a custom cable with the USB-C connector.
6-11 22:40
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djiuser_7MWOxN3SMFwR
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Hey did you figure out how to interface the onboard computer with the 300 RTK ? I am having the same issue and not sure how to custom make my own cable for it. (I am using Jetson TX2 for onboard compute)
6-24 07:24
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IdanY
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djiuser_7MWOxN3SMFwR Posted at 6-24 07:24
Hey did you figure out how to interface the onboard computer with the 300 RTK ? I am having the same issue and not sure how to custom make my own cable for it. (I am using Jetson TX2 for onboard compute)

Just buy simple adapter from type c to 24 pins, and follow the instructions under :
https://developer.dji.com/onboar ... ice-connection.html

example for adapter :
https://www.google.com/search?q= ... mgrc=6PwCrcmryNDqKM


It worked for me perfectly.
6-25 04:04
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djiuser_7MWOxN3SMFwR
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IdanY Posted at 6-25 04:04
Just buy simple adapter from type c to 24 pins, and follow the instructions under :
https://developer.dji.com/onboard-sdk/documentation/quickstart/device-connection.html

Thanks for the reply and it is very helpful. Also can I just use the USB wires from the usb-c pins to enable the drone to device communication (running ROS osdk) or do I have to use the UART rx/tx for it ? (I am new to this and want to confirm so that I don't damage any hardware)
6-25 09:35
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IdanY Posted at 6-25 04:04
Just buy simple adapter from type c to 24 pins, and follow the instructions under :
https://developer.dji.com/onboard-sdk/documentation/quickstart/device-connection.html

Do you have a more detailed model number of what you ordered. I know some boards dont ship with resistors to make the usb c work and such.
6-28 21:48
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Xiao Long
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About the M300 OSDK interface adapter, you can refer to https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=219723 ,may be useful to you


7-7 01:05
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Xiao Long
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Responder Air Posted at 6-11 22:40
I've been wondering the same thing. The only reply I got was to make a custom cable with the USB-C connector.

About the M300 OSDK interface adapter, you can refer to https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=219723 ,may be useful to you
7-7 01:07
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djiuser_7MWOxN3SMFwR Posted at 6-24 07:24
Hey did you figure out how to interface the onboard computer with the 300 RTK ? I am having the same issue and not sure how to custom make my own cable for it. (I am using Jetson TX2 for onboard compute)

About the M300 OSDK interface adapter, you can refer to https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=219723 ,may be useful to you
7-7 01:07
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