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Part Number: CD74HC4050
I am looking for an IC that can down convert a 12V or 5V signal to 3.3V. Is CD74HC4050 possible?I am worried whether problems will arise if VI becomes higher than VCC.(Operating Conditions are written as Vi ... 0 V to 15 V.)Is the effective input voltage range dependent on Vcc?
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The inputs to the CD74HC4050 are tolerant to up to 16 V signals, regardless of the supply selected.
If the input voltage is dependent on Vcc, then you will see something like this in the datasheet:
Input Voltage Range . . . . . . . . . . -0.5V to Vcc + 0.5V
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