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Logic Level Converter, 4 Channel, Bidirectional

757 - Logic Level Converter, 4 Channel, Bidirectional

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ARM Development Boards
Logic Level Converter
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757 is a 4 channel I2C safe bidirectional logic level converter BSS138. It works with I2C, which uses a funky pull up system to transfer data back and forth. This level shifter board combines the ease of use of the bidirectional TXB0108 with an I2C compatible FET design. This breakout has 4 BSS138 FETs with 10K pull ups. It works down to 1.8V on the low side, and up to 10V on the high side. While its designed for use with I2C, this works great for SPI, TTL Serial, and any other digital interface both uni directional and bidirectional.
  • High density cell design for extremely low RDS(ON)
  • Rugged and Reliable


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PCB with 4 full bidirectional converter lines, Two pieces of 6 pin header.

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