That is the minimum value for a logic one not the maximum. The maximum input voltage can be anything up to 0.6V above the supply voltage.
Yes it could still work at these voltages, I never said it would not, I said it was out of spec so it is not garenteed to work.
I see what you mean, it might work but it’s not guaranteed at all.
I just remembered that I got a Logic level converter laying around so I’ll probably use that one to convert the signals 'cause it’s able to convert four wires.
I’m just wondering how i should wire the Arduino Nano to the logic level converter to the ENC28J60? I’m not so familiar with SPI.
We got four wires right?
SCLK - Serial clock (One way communication, only sends information to the slave?)
MOSI - Master(arduino nano) Output, Slave(ENC28J60) Input
MISO - Master(arduino nano) input, Slave(ENC28J60) output
SS - Slave Select(If pulled low the arduino is the master right?)
Soo according to this picture of the logic level converter the wiring should look something like this if i consider the fact that only 2 of 4 input/ouput of the converter can send information in both directions.
Arduino SCLK → Logic level converter RXI Pin → ENC28J60 SCK
Arduino MOSI → Logic level converter TXO pin → ENC28J60 ENC SI
Arduino MISO → Logic level converter TXO pin #2 → ENC28J60 ENC SO
Arduino SS(is this a special pin?) → Logic level converter RXI Pin #2 → ENC CS
Is this correct?
According to this picture of the logic level converter I choose the right pins of the LLC. Do you think that would work?
thank you guys!