New Product in stock: OLIMEXINO-NANO wearable Arduino Leonardo clone


In October I blogged for our new Arduino clone: The NANO with size only 30x30x8 mm.

Well we have them all three in stock now!

OLIMEXINO-NANO is the core module with USB micro connector, the stackable connectors for shields and UEXT to connect our many UEXT modules like BMP085, MPU6050, HMC5883L, Zigbee, temperature, magnetometers etc. etc.

OLIMEXINO-BB is stackable shield which allow you to connect NANO to Breadboard-1

OLIMEXINO-BAT is shield which contain Lithium 3V battery, connector for LiPo battery and on board charger.

The power supply for NANO is made very intelligently and as soon you connect LiPo it will take power from there, if the USB is connected the batteries are disconnected and start charging them.

We have two more modules which will be ready in few weeks:

  • EUR 10 Bluetooth 4.0 BLE shield which will allow the wearable NANO to be connected to iPhones without licensee issues or to Android phones with Bluetooth 4.0 and will allow interactions with phones and tablets with different sensors connected to NANO
  • EUR 22 GSM/GPRS 4 band shield with external antenna which will add connectivity via GSM

The NANO shield concept is that the connectors are SMT type and stackable, on bottom there is male connector, on top is female connector so you can stack as many shield as you want together.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bill
    Dec 11, 2013 @ 01:27:02

    What are the part numbers for the mating connectors?


    • OLIMEX Ltd
      Dec 11, 2013 @ 12:04:47

      any 0.05″ step connector will do the job but we had custom made connectors which have two plastic pins on the corners to fix the connector position on the PCB, we will add these to the olimex shop!


  2. Wadil
    Dec 11, 2013 @ 14:30:59

    A GSM module that is less expensive than what’s seen in many places for tinkerers is a welcome thing. Although I wonder how the Chinese manage to produce cheap phones with touch display for less than twenty dollars, shipping included. Probably much higher volumes.


  3. Camillo
    Dec 17, 2013 @ 15:03:02

    Would it be possible to stack on this NANO a WiFi module + coin battery module
    + temperature module?
    Is there a way NOT to hard code WiFi SSID and password into the microcontroller code?
    Thank you!
    All best,


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