The Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 product page says "The microcontroller on the MKR WIFI 1010 runs at 3.3V, which means that you must never apply more than 3.3V to its Digital and Analog pins. Care must be taken when connecting sensors and actuators to assure that this limit of 3.3V is never exceeded. Connecting higher voltage signals, like the 5V commonly used with the other Arduino boards, will damage the MKR WIFI 1010."
and yet it only has a 5V pin. I have a sensor that requires a 3.3V pin so I'm guessing my only option is to use a Logic Level Converter.
My question is if the MKR Digital and Analog pins can only take 3.3V, why is there only a 5V pin instead of a 3.3V pin to connect to a breadboard?