Electrical and Electronic Technologies
Technologies related to electrical engineering and electronic engineering
Micro Piezo Inkjet Technology
Piezo technology deposits microscopic droplets of ink using the mechanical motion of piexoelectric elements.
Meniscus Control Technology
Unique meniscus control technology to constantly eject up to 50,000 spherical ink droplets per second with high landing accuracy and achieve images of amazing quality at high speed.
Variable Sized Droplet Technology
Nozzles eject ink droplets of various sizes enabling images to be rendered beautifully at high speed.
Self-Diagnosing Nozzle Health System
Epson's Micro Piezo printheads automatically sense the condition of nozzles to maintain high print quality.
MEMS Fabrication Technology
Builds mechanical components, sensors, actuators, electronic circuits, and more on a single silicon substrate with sub-micron precision.
Dot Control Technology
Dot control technology makes prints of amazing quality regardless of any type of paper.
3LCD Projection Technology
3LCD projectors can produce amazingly bright and beautiful images by the differences between 3LCD and the other main projection technology.
Laser Light Source Technology
The 3LCD method is a method in which images of red, green, and blue created using three liquid crystal displays are combined with a dichroic prism and projected.
Projects bright images by combining images of red, green, and blue,which are created using three liquid crystal displays, with a dichroic prism.
Ultra-Short Throw Projectors
Unlike standard-throw projectors, Ultra-short throw projectors can cast a large image even when installed a very short distance from a wall or screen.
Advanced Technology for Automatically Adjusting Images
Epson projectors, however, use a special algorithm and built-in cameras to make image adjustment quick and easy.
Servo Control with Gyro Sensors
To achieve high-speed, high-precision robot control, servo control with gyro sensors reduces the vibration of the robot.
We have successfully automated appearance inspections that formerly relied on human eyesight by using a compact, lightweight spectroscopic camera.
Technology Developed for the World's First Quartz Watch
Technology that reduce the size and energy consumption of quartz timepieces without sacrificing accuracy.
Six-Digit LCD Digital Watch
Developed the world's first digital wristwatch equipped with a six-digit field-effect liquid crystal display (FELCD).
Technology Developed for the World's First GPS Solar Watch
Radio-controlled watches that keep accurate time anywhere in the world with a global positioning system (GPS).
Epson's GNSS devices achieve revolutionary low power consumption and high precision and miniaturization.
Reduce management costs and improve safety because High-precision sensing technology is standardized inspection quality of bridges and tunnels.
Gyro sensors engineered using original quartz crystal for high sensitivity, stability, and vibration and impact resistance.
Vital Sign Sensing Technology
Using a sensing device to measure the vital signs that are evidence of biological activity in humans.
Inertial measurement units (IMU)
IMUs help to improve the accuracy of autopilot technology of agricultural machinery by measuring the machine's position, orientation and speed.
Smaller Display Modules
Smaller, lighter display modules make it possible to view perceived big-screen images wherever you want, stress-free.