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  • posted byBugsByte on 10/07/2015

    Do the job


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  • posted bylemonduck on 09/02/2015

    I need this to use with an arduino and needed to connect with an ESP8266 because all the websites and forums that deal with the module say you need to use 3.3V max. I've also used this with the nokia 5100 LCD module. It works great!! Pros: - small - convenient - easy to use Cons: - none


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  • posted byShadocko on 06/23/2015

    Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month Pros: - EASY TO USE: connect grounds, power the 5V line and the data lines will be level-shifted; - you also get a 3.3V power source if you need it, but you can leave the 3.3V pin unconnected; - GOOD OVERALL QUALITY; - the to... Read more

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  • posted bypcmihnea on 09/20/2013

    I recently bought an Arduino Due board, of which it's GPIO pins operate at 3.3V, not 5V as other boards do. Instead of improvising a level converter myself, I decided it's best to buy a already made and tested one. Even though it only has 4 bidiractional ports, it's more than 0 that I had. To use... Read more

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  • posted bymikeedavila on 05/14/2013

    Really nice form factor, plug it in your breadboard and do whatever you want. Does what it is designed to do. Converts signals from 3.3V to 5V. Tested with Arduino and pinguino with I2C humidity sensors, gps, motorola C115 LCDs and a lot of devices that runs on 3.3V. Nothing really. Quality is ok... Read more

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  • posted bygigamegawatts on 02/18/2013

    It works exactly as you would expect: connect 5V and GND to one side, 3.3V and GND to the other, and you can shift up to 4 bidirectional signals between 3.3V and 5. This adapter is a must-have if you're working with 3.3V boards like the Raspberry Pi. I've had one converting I2C signals for a of 4... Read more

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