Logic Level Shifter, 4-Channel, Bidirectional
This tiny logic level shifter features four bi-directional channels, allowing for safe and easy communication between devices operating at different logic levels. It can convert signals as low as 1.5 V to as high as 18 V and vice versa, and its four channels are enough to support most common bidirectional and unidirectional digital interfaces, including I²C, SPI, and asynchronous TTL serial.
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Logic level shifter, 4-channel, bidirectional, with included hardware.
Logic level shifters in breadboard, one soldered label-side up and the other soldered component-side up.
Logic level shifter, 4-channel, bidirectional, bottom view with dimensions next to a LEGO Minifigure for size reference.
Using the 4-channel bidirectional logic level shifter to create a serial connection between a 5 V Arduino Uno and a 3.3 V Raspberry Pi.
Example wiring diagram for connecting 5 V and 3.3 V devices through the 4-channel bidirectional logic level shifter.
Schematic diagram of the 4-channel bidirectional logic level shifter.