What is the Maximum Input Pin Voltage?

I have two signals I'd like to watch with an Arduino. One is a 0-5V square wave and the other is a 0-14V square wave. I'd like to watch these on the digital pins so I can catch the low-to-high transitions as digital state changes.

Will the Arduino accept inputs with such a high voltage (14V)?

Thanks, Ty

A simple search on "maximum input pin voltage" turned up http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1247186892

The search bar is in the upper right corner of the page.

Thanks for finding that.

Rather scale the 14V signal down using a voltage divider or even a comparator circuit, be careful that the frequency isn't too high for the comparator ( look up slew rate)

Or.. Since we are talking about a square wave, run that line to a transistor to switch in 5V to the Arduino. That way it will see 5V from both waves.

If you are just counting pulses or rising edges, this should work more than adequately.