A voltage level shifter is a circuit used to convert a signal from one logic level or voltage domain to another logic or voltage domain. Our voltage level shifters act as different power supplies and input/output voltage levels between interfaces. These bidirectional level shifters and converter circuits range from unit width to 32-bit width, which solves the incompatibility difference between different power domains.
Do you not know what voltage level converter to choose?
1. The direction control converter is easy to use and provides the best signal integrity. It is most suitable for one-to-one communication between devices such as RGMII.
2. Automatic two-way converter is used to require the I/O pin of each device to be an open-drain or open-collector interface so that any device can start transmitting on the bus.
3. When only one direction is needed to transmit the signal, a unidirectional converter is the best.