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  • These are usually used for converting a higher voltage power supply to what your chip needs as an input. In this case, it will take any input voltage in the range 4.75V to 15V and output a consistent 3.3V. If you're talking about digital logic levels (e.g. a 5V digital signal output to a 3.3V device's input pin, then no; you'd want this part for that: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12009

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