DUE max input voltage


I want to test a program i wrote by providing a square wave signal from my arduino uno and read it in the arduino due on an I/O pin. Problem is the uno outputs 5V and the due needs 3.3V. If I make a voltage divider with 560ohm and 1120ohm I get 3.3264V. Is that already too much for the due or would that work?
Also the uno has a 3.3V pin. Is that only able to provide DC or also AC Signals?

Best regards,

Only DC voltage.

That should work. You can purchase a level translator for less than a buck. The 3.3V pin is DC output only. It does not supply much power. Remembar an Arduino a Power Supply it is NOT!

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