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Thread: "5V tolerant" 3V buffer?
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You might check out Maxim's MAX3372-8 and MAX3390-93
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> I need to convert a couple 5V logic lines out of a PIC running on 5V to 3V
> levels to drive a MultiMedia card. I've seen some 3V PLDs that have "5V
> tolerant" inputs. Does anyone know of a simple buffer like that? One that
> I'd be able to power with my 3V supply, but drive the inputs with 0V and
> 5V?

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