0x11: DIN100 Taguchi array Arduino Nano adaptor




Please see the e-nose project page for an elaborate description as well as practical examples.


This PCB connects to a circular DIN100 eight channel Taguchi gas sensor array (see design 0x0F) and forms the data acquisition part of an electronic nose. An external Arduino Nano is needed. So is a power supply. Add an ENC28J60 Ethernet controller shield and you have an IoT device.

License terms
The 0x11 design is published under the Creative Commons Unported 3.0 License.  I do not profit from this design, neither should you. You are welcome to adapt, modify, and redistribute this design as long as the license terms are respected.

Physical size of PCB

50 mm (length) by 50 mm (width). Double-sided.

Rendering and photos

DipTrace 3D rendering, frontside without components

DipTrace 3D rendering, backside with components

Photo of the PCB backside, components mounted

Photo of the PCB frontside, Arduino Nano mounted in socket

Photo of an assembled DIN100 8-ch electronic nose

Bill of materials

2 pcs. 2×10 male pin header (2.54 mm / 0.1″ )

2 pcs. 1×15 male pin header (2.54 mm / 0.1″ ), breakout of Arduino Nano pins

1 pcs. 1×2 male pin header (2.54 mm / 0.1″ ), selecting pin D2 for OneWire communication

2 pcs. 1×15 female pin header (2.54 mm / 0.1″ ), socket for Arduino Nano

1 pcs. 2-pin terminal block connector (5.08 mm/ 0.2″)

1 pcs. Ds2401Z, unique 64-bit serial number, OneWire, SMD

1 pcs. capacitor, 100 nF, SMD, 0805


Estimated cost

Terminal block connector, headers, jumpers, eight trimpots, and a capacitor should not cost more than EUR 4,-.


DipTrace v. PCB design file: 0x11_DipTrace_PCB

Gerber files: 0x11_Gerber


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