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New Product Discoveries - Flex Power Modules PMU8000 PoL Converter and Owon Technology

This installment of New Product Discoveries covers the PMU8000 Series Point-of-Load (PoL) Converters from Flex Power Modules and three products from OWON Technology.

The PMU8000 series is a set of quality regulators that can output 4 to 8 A from a small, low-profile package. Their high-efficiency rating of over 95% (at half load) and outstanding thermal performance give them a quality price/performance ratio, helping them be more easily implemented as an accessible solution for many designs.

PMU8318 PoL Module (Image Source: Flex Power Modules)

There are currently three power rating options available, and evaluation boards for each corresponding module.

OWON Technology is a test and measurement company that leads the industry in mini color LCDs that are implemented into their quality products.

In the attached video we cover three products from them:

  1. SP3051: an AC to DC 0 ~ 30 V single channel benchtop power supply
  2. SDS1102: a 2 channel, 100Mhz oscilloscope with 10K record length and 1GS/s

XDS3204AE: a 4 channel, 200Mhz oscilloscope with WiFi capability and many more features

XDS3204AE Oscilloscope (Image Source: OWON Technology)

These three products are just a small sampling of the quality test and measurement products OWON Technology has to offer. The suppliers and products here, plus many more, are available at digikey.com.

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Ashley Awalt is a Technical Content Developer that has been with Digi-Key Electronics since 2011. She earned her Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics Technology & Automated Systems from Northland Community & Technical College through the Digi-Key scholarship program. Her current role is to assist in creating unique technical projects, documenting the process and ultimately participating in the production of video media coverage for the projects. In her spare time, Ashley likes to – oh, wait, is there such a thing as spare time when you’re a mom?

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