How do I power my device?
The DNNCam and the DNNNode require an 802.3at PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) power source delivered over a Class D (Cat 5e) ethernet cable or better as specified in ISO/IEC 11801.1995.
While the devices will power up with 802.3af PoE, this standard provides insufficient power, which will cause constant reboots of the device.
How does a DNNCam or DNNNode connect to a traffic signal controller?
The DNNCam and DNNNode communicate using NTCIP protocol directly to a traffic controller. The controller can then take the API data and run it through their algorithms. The physical output of our devices is a Class D or better Ethernet cable (Cat ...
I bought a DNNCam/DNNNode prior to the release of the Boulder AI Platform, how can I get my device up to date?
Unfortunately, if a device is flashed with any L4T Jetpack package (Ubuntu) then it will not be visible by the Boulder AI Platform. Please contact support to determine the best solution to update your device firmware.
This article will include links to relevant documentation/articles to get started with a new DNNCam or DNNNode. Note: The information in this guide is intended for production devices and not developer devices. Network Setup Boulder AI devices ...
What is the default login to the Web UI?
To access the Web UI, navigate to the device's IP at port 5000 in a web browser (Chrome/Firefox recommended). Web UI Address: http://<DNNDeviceIP>:5000/ Default Username: admin Default Password: baidnncam Note: After your first login, you will be ...
What are the default network settings of a DNNCam or DNNNode?
By default, the network configuration will be: Hostname: 'baidnn-<serialNum> ' For devices with BAI OS v1.4 and earlier, the hostname will just be 'baidnn' IPv4 DHCP: Enabled Link Local Addressing: Yes When searching for the device using a network ...