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You are showing the signal going both directions. The LVC2G07 will only go one direction.
Can you give me the details of both signals
input and output levels on each signal and input and output levels when going back the other direction.
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In reply to Chris Cockrill:
In reply to Ryuji:
I am moving this post to the translation forum for help. I beleive they will have some parts that fit better.
Would a switch work here or does it need to be a Buffer?
We do not have a duel buffer that can do both. However they could use a single buffer for each application.
For 5V single direction they can use SN74LVC1G240 or SN74LVC1G34.
for 1.8V both direction they might use SN74LVC1T45 or the TXB0101.
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