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Devices and Precision Products

The devices and precision products segment comprises microdevices (quartz devices and semiconductors) and precision products (watches, powerdered metals, and surface processing).

Microdevices business

Quartz crystal devices

Epson's proprietary QMEMS technology takes full advantage of the precision and stability of quartz. Based on this technology, Epson offers a wide range of high-performance quartz devices that are essential components of electronic equipment such as smartphones and social infrastructure such as base stations for mobile phones. With timing devices such as crystal units, crystal oscillators and real time clock modules and sensing devices such as gyro sensors, Epson's lineup answers a wide range of industry needs.

Crystal oscillator
Crystal oscillator

Gyrosensor
Gyrosensor


Semiconductors

Epson offers a wide range of semiconductors based on its energy saving technologies. These include display controllers and drivers for LCDs and e-paper displays, micro controllers and ASICs. Epson's products are used in a wide variety of fields ranging from healthcare to automotive applications.

Micro controller
Micro controller

EPD controller module
EPD controller module


Precision products business

Watches

Epson's origins lie in watchmaking. Over the years, the company has created a large number of products based on the compact, energy saving and high-precision technologies it has accumulated since it was founded. Epson is responsible for developing and manufacturing wristwatches sold under the Seiko brand, including spring drive, solar GPS and solar radio wave watches.

Spring drive watch
Spring drive watch

Solar GPS watch
Solar GPS watch


Powdered metals

Powdered metals
Powdered metal

Using its original manufacturing processes, Epson Atmix Corporation has developed a wide range of high-performance powdered metals that form the base materials for electronic components and other products.


Surface processing

Surface processing
Surface processing

With original technology that creates coatings to the sub-micron level, Epson's high-value-added surface processing is used by customers manufacturing products for industries ranging from electronic equipment, semiconductors, automobiles and medicine. Epson's technology makes it possible to improve the resistance of products to heat and everyday wear and tear.