I have an hobbyist/newcomer pcb project that needs a SD card connector. I link the datasheet of the part: DM3AT SD connector spec.
At page 2, it says: Voltage rating : 125V AC
SD card spec says it can have a 3.3V(DC) input. My PCB is powered by a 5V current (micro usb) and a level shifter is present to convert to 3.3V where needed on the circuit.
What should I do with that 125V AC? ignore it and put my 3.3 DC voltage to the VCC pin of the connector?
Everyone seems to do the same, even the modules have a level shifter but that is it.
I am a bit lost.