Home / Development / Wired / Level Convertion / Solarbotics I2C Shift Leveler Solarbotics I2C Shift Leveler SKU: 60345 Solarbotics I2C Shift Leveler$8.95 USD This little I2C adapter will have you shifting signals with ease in no time flat.In stock + Solarbotics I2C Shift Leveler quantity $8.95 USD- Add to cart SKU: 60345 Categories: Development, Level Convertion, Wired Tag: allAccounts Description Resources More Info Reviews (0) Description This I2C level translator is an easy way to convert you low level 1.0V-3.6V I2C signals into Arduino-friendly 5.0V signals. It follows the same pinout as the commonplace BlinkM which allows you to plug it directly into the Arduino’s analog 2~5 pins for simple and effective connection. Why should you care? The most common place we see I2C interfacing with microcontrollers lately is with a Wii Nunchuck. It’s a great controller, with fabulous supported libraries… but it’s a 3.3V device. We’ve experience mixed results with using the Nunchuck straight into a microcontroller, like the Arduino. Often, all is well, then suddenly the Nunchuck is dead. If you’re leery about plugging in your valuable 3.3V I2C accessory into a 5V signal line, pop this unit in-between, and you’ll be fine. We sampled and tested several level translators before settling on this one as the best bang for the buck…except there’s no bang (or pop, or smoke…). We’ve also made it footprint compatible with our Wii Nunchucky adapter board so that you can either direct solder to the pins or use one of the included headers! Features: 1.0V-3.6V low-side voltage input 1.8V-5.5V high-side voltage input Optional 3.3V low-side voltage output (enabled by default, minimum high-side voltage of 3.3V required) Includes both (2x) 4 Pin male and (1x) 4 pin female headers Tie-down Holes for securing ribbon-cable extensions It’s an ideal interface for using your Nunchuck with an Arduino / Freeduino SB, and a BlinkM! (Not included) Note: This product was designed for the Nunchucky, Wii nunchuck adapter board. If using with a breadboard, the pins will need to be bent outwards a bit to accommodate the 0.1″ hole spacing of the breadboard. Resources SchematicSchematicGerber FilesDocumentation More Info Weight 0.0019 kg Dimensions 2 × 2 × 0.5 cm Reviews There are no reviews yet.Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review. Related products Microchip PIC16F877ASKU: PIC16F877AThis is the Microchip PIC16F877A microcontroller that is used in our K SV-PIC Brainboard add-on.$7.95 USD In stockAdd to cart 50-Series Push Pogo Pin – 4-Sided PointSKU: PP2-50This smaller, 16.4mm long cone-tipped pogo/probe ping is normally used for electronic JTAG uses, but we use them for bots!$1.50 USD In stockAdd to cart AXE Stack-18 KitSKU: 28570This great kit lets you easily program your PICAXE 18M2 IC on a breadboard with many additional features.$19.95 USD In stockAdd to cart GM11a/12a/13a/14a Mounting Screw/BoltSKU: M1.7x035This metric bolt matches the threads on the face of the GM11a, GM12a, GM13a, and GM14a gear motors, making mechanical installations easier. Sold individually.$0.20 USD In stockAdd to cart Push Pogo Pin 1 – MasherSKU: PP1This 33mm (1.3") long masher-tipped pogo/probe ping is normally used for electronic JTAG uses, but we use them for bots!$1.25 USD In stockAdd to cart
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