Bidirectional Logic Level Converter is a Four-Channel Device which can be used for Voltage Level Shifting between two devices, say, an IMU running at 3.3V to an Arduino running at 5V. By placing this circuit in your setup, you can forget about frying your IMU or any other sensor. It can help you setup communication between your I2C Devices as well as SPI or normal TTL devices.The Product’s Schematic as well as all the EAGLE files are available at Explore Labs' GitHub for everyone to download and may be used to create their own boards or to just understand the internals. The complete work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.Features:
- Minimum Voltage: 2V and Maximum Voltage: 10V
- Bi-directional Logic Level conversion is possible.
- Includes four NXP BSS138 MOSFETS.
- BreadBoard friendly.
- Additional Information
Processor No Architecture No Clock Speed No Digital Pins No Analog Pins No PWM Pins No Hardware UART No Programming Interface No Flash Memory No Operating Voltage No Power Output No Antenna No Range (Indoor/Urban) No Range (Outdoor/RF Line of Sight) No Channel Capacity No Frequency No Transmit Current @ 3.3V No