silvio said:You can try HCF40109.
Containd four level shifting circuits with separately enabled TSL output control.
With two chips you solve your bidirectional transfer for four lines.
HCF40109B, unlike other level-shifting circuits, does not require
the presence of the high voltage supply (VDD) before the application of either the low-voltage supply (VCC) or the input signals.
There are no restrictions on the sequence of application of VDD, VCC, or the input signals.
In addition, there are no restrictions on the relative magnitudes of the supply voltages or input signals within the device maximum ratings;
VCC may exceed VDD, and input signals may exceed VCC and VDD.
When operated in the mode VCC VDD, HCF40109B will operate as a high-to-low level-shifter.
On low-to-high level shifter each circuit will shift a low-voltage digital-logic input signal (A, B, C, D)
with logical 1 = VCC and logical 0 = VSS to a higher voltage output signal (E, F, G, H) with logical 1 = VDD and logical 0 = VSS
If the current is not an issue :