I2C Bi-Directional Logic Level Converter- 2 Channel
- Product SKU: KG098
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DescriptionLevel Converter- 2 Channel features two high-speed bi-directional 2 channels, allowing for safe and easy communication between devices operating at different logic levels. The logic level converter circuit convert signals as low as 1.8 V to as high as 5 V and vice versa, and its two channels are enough to support most common bidirectional and unidirectional digital interfaces, including I²C, SPI, and asynchronous TTL serial.
If you’ve ever tried to connect a 3.3V device to a 5V system, you know what a challenge it can be? A Bi-directional Level Converter- 2 Channel is a small device that safely steps down 5V signals to 3.3V AND steps up 3.3V to 5V at the same time. This level converter also works with 2.8V and 1.8V devices. What really separates this Logic level converter from our previous versions is that you can successful.
- Mutual transform between 5V TTL and 3.3V TTL
- Two channels of logic and high voltage low voltage logic can two-way transform
- Portable and light, with 2 rows 4 pin contact pins
- Level Converter- 2 Channel Compatible with the bread plate, can be used directly put on the breadboard
- 2 Channel Module (great for I2C or SPI) and will work with all microcontrollers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, NXP Mbed
- Length * Width * Height (mm) : 15 * 10 * 2.5 mm
- Weight (gm) : 2
I needed a 5v to 3.3v level converter for I2C and UART communication.This product worked as expected in both directions.There is a silkscreen on the back with the pinout on it.
Does the job.
Work as expected, connected Data From NODEMCU to The device and the Output to LED Strip and worked OK.
Very nice bi-directional Logic Level Converters. All worked as advertised.
I use these all the time, need to order some more
I prefer the pinout of these to other models. Nice price. Works great for low speed IO applications.
Nice little 4-channel level shifting boards. Silk screen on back indicates all connections. Simple.
I don't know what thickness and sheerness have to do with level shifting, but that's me. I bought these to drive LEDs from a 3.3 volt micro GPIO and they work very well. The LEDs are driven from 5 volts, so their 3.1 volt threshold @25 ma. is handled.
Use with RPI to shift 3.3 to 5V to run data line of ws2812b LEDs. Works great.
Works as they are supposed to