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Hello,  smiley

Does anybody know what is the intensity consumed by digital inputs of Arduino Due ? I need this information because I have to convert a 5V signal from a sensor to a 3.3V signal for the Arduino, and I would like to use a voltage divider to simplify components used. Maybe it would be better to use a transistor...

Thank you for your help !

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According to the data sheet it is 2-30 nA (nanoamps) so you'll be fine with the voltage divider.
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Thank you for your answer !
Where did you find this information ? Because I couldn't find it in the datasheet...

Thank you again !
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It's the input leakage current, page 1391
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OK, thanks a lot !
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