I would like to use the TXS0104E for an SPI bus application but the specification suggests that the input low voltage needs to be a maximum of 0.15 Volts. I don't know of any devices that guarantee to drive that low. The device I need to use has a VOL of 0.4 Volts.
Is there a special technique needed to satisfy the 0.15 volts?
May I suggest the TXB0104 for your application as it is designed for push-pull type I/O structures (e.g. SPI), as opposed to the TXS0104E which is designed for open-drain type I/O structures (e.g. I2C).
Please review the TXB0104 datasheet and reply if you have any other questions. Otherwise, feel free to click the "Verify Answer" button.
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