Is it possible to use the 2760342 ultrasonic range sensor with an Arduino Due? The docs say it takes a 5V input, but doesn't specify the output, but I'm assuming it also outputs a 5V signal. Does this make it incompatible with the Due?
I've tested it with an Uno, it it works flawlessly. I've been researching using a Due and some other ARM based single-board computers, but they all seem to use 3.3V, while almost all Arduino shields and sensors use 5V. I'm hesitant to "upgrade" to these boards if I have to purchase an entire new set of shields and sensors. And I have no interest in hacking in some clunky custom voltage level shifter. Why isn't everything standardized on 5V?