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oak:tutorials:levelshift [2016/03/15 22:26]
exeng [Using the Oak Level Shifter:]
oak:tutorials:levelshift [2016/03/21 16:17] (current)
digistump [Using the Oak Level Shifter:]
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 The pins labeled GND and P1 for the center servo header on the level shifter are reversed. GND is actually P1 and P1 is actually GND. This only applies to the servo header that uses P1 for signal output. The pins labeled GND and P1 for the center servo header on the level shifter are reversed. GND is actually P1 and P1 is actually GND. This only applies to the servo header that uses P1 for signal output.
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 //** Using with bi-directional sensors: **// //** Using with bi-directional sensors: **//
  
 Since the level shifter IC used on this level shifter is not an automatic bi-directional level shifter, if you  you wish to use bi-directional sensors such as the popular OneWire DS18B20, you will need to use the I2C pins on the shield. SDA is P0 on the Oak, and SCL is P2.  Since the level shifter IC used on this level shifter is not an automatic bi-directional level shifter, if you  you wish to use bi-directional sensors such as the popular OneWire DS18B20, you will need to use the I2C pins on the shield. SDA is P0 on the Oak, and SCL is P2. 
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