The Adafruit QT 5V to 3V Shifter Breakout lets you use your 5V microcontrollers with sensors that are not 5V compatible. On one side is 5V-safe power and logic input. In the middle is a 3.3V regulator that can provide 500mA plus level shifting circuitry. On the opposite side is the same I2C traffic but now safely shifted down to 3.3V.
The Adafruit QT 5V to 3V Shifter Breakout guide has everything you need to get started with using this 5×5 NeoPixel Grid friend. There’s pages for overview, pinouts, CircuitPython, Arduino and download resources. Unidirectional Level Shifter
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