A selectable solder jumper lets you run 5v or 3.3v power to your sensor, independent of the 3.3v I2C logic. Built in four pin DF13, Dronecode Mini standard JST-GH, and 0.1″ header pin connectors provide maximum flexibility and ease of use.
I2C Level ConverterLEVELCONVERTER-R1-RP
- 1 x I2C Level Converter Board
- 2 x Four Pin 0.1″ Straight Header
- 1 x Double Sided Foam Tape
|Operating Voltage||3.3v - 5v|
|Max Current @ 3.3v Vout||150 mA|
|Output Connector||4 pin 0.1” header|
|Input Connector||4 pin 0.1” header + JST-GH + DF13|
Level Converter Design Files (Github)
1. Determine if your device is 3.3v or 5v powered and set solder jumper for correct output. (Note, most I2 devices are 3.3v, but the Bar30 and Celsius operate best with 5v power.)
2. Plug your device into one of the input ports (4 pin 0.1” header, JST-GH, DF13) and your 5v device to the host device output port.
3. That’s it! You’re ready to communicate between the devices.