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4-channel I2C-safe Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - BSS138

4-channel I2C-safe Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - BSS138
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SKU:  PPADA757
Part Number:  757
Brand:  Proto-PIC

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  (6 Reviews)

This logic level converter is I2C safe and has 4 BSS138 FETs with 10K pullups. It works down to 1.8V on the low side, and up to 10V on the high side.

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Seemed to work just fine for SPI at least
Tuesday, 9 September 2014  |  Paul

I used one of these to convert 3.3V to 5V and drive an Arduino shield. It wasn't a pretty-looking project, but it was fun and got the job done:

 

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Rating:  
Useful bit of kit
Friday, 4 April 2014  |  Barry

I needed to interface RaspberryPi and Arduino Uno to 3.3v I2C buses. These do the level shifting I need in a minimum of space and are so cheap I can't build them for this price, much less this size.One comment, please could you supply right angle pins w

 

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For future use
Saturday, 11 January 2014  |  John

Not done anything with the board yet.(Needs the header pins soldering in)Got them for some future I2C projects. Normal Adfruit high quality board.

 

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Rating:  
Excellent
Monday, 28 October 2013  |  Kristian

Was advised by Roy to use this to boost the signal from a sparkfun colour sensor, so I could use over long distance from microcontroler. Worked perfectly!!!

 

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Rating:  
Perfect
Tuesday, 9 July 2013  |  PaulC

Using these for SPI at 1 MHz ( 5 <-> 3.3 ) and just works perfectly...

 

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Rating:  
Excellent
Tuesday, 28 May 2013  |  Air

I like that it follows the method recommended in the NXP application note.I had connected a GPS to the Arduino over i2c using 3v, hoping it would work, but it did not. I plugged this in between them and it worked immediately.

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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