## 5 V to 3.3 V voltage divider

In many circuit applications there is a requirement to convert 5 Volt to 3.3 Volt. For example, a microcontroller may not be able to tolerate input voltages greater than 3.3V. …

In many circuit applications there is a requirement to convert 5 Volt to 3.3 Volt. For example, a microcontroller may not be able to tolerate input voltages greater than 3.3V. …

This tool calculates the physical dimensions of a 10 meter dipole antenna. At 10 meters, the dipole length (L) is 15.61 feet. The length of each element of the dipole …

This tool calculates the physical dimensions of a 2 meter dipole antenna. At 2 meters, the dipole length (L) is 3.12 feet. The length of each element of the dipole …

This tool calculates the physical dimensions of a 160 meter dipole antenna. At 160 meters, the dipole length (L) is 249.8 feet. The length of each element of the dipole …

This tool calculates the current through a voltage divider network consisting of any number of resistors. Enter Formula Using Ohm’s Law, the total current is given by Itotal = Vin/(R1+R2+R3+…) …