If one needs more than 3.3 volts to drive some external device, what does one do? I suppose that some hardware has to be between the Due & the device to be powered. How is the voltage increased?
I haven't bought the Due yet, but 3.3 volts is not a common voltage. A lot of ICs run off of 5 volts. I googled 3.3v to 5v convertor & read about a logic shifter.
I wasn't aware that there are new ICs that run on 3.3V. Has the "name" changed? Are there still 7400 series, etc. chips? How would I know if a "new" IC runs on 3.3V? What do I look for? I've googled level shifters & they require both 3.3V AND 5V.
Hi,I am using an arduino Due to communicate with sensor that uses SDI12 protocol. I have found SDI12 library for Arduino on github. However, because SDI12 low and high voltage ranges between 0-5V, how should I connect it with the due?Thanks.
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