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2nd June 2016
Robot force sensors enable automation of tough tasks

Seiko Epson announced the development of its S250 series of high-precision force sensors. The S250 series, which will be rolled out worldwide from early June, will be available as an option for the company's six-axis and SCARA robots. Employing Epson's proprietary piezoelectric quartz sensing technology, the new force sensors are durable and sensitive, allowing them to accurately and consistently sense minimal amounts of force in six directions.

Test & Measurement
2nd July 2013
Epson Adds 48-pin QFN Package to S2R72A4 Series of Hub Controller ICs for Automotive Applications

Seiko Epson Corporation has begun shipping a new addition to its S2R72A4 series USB hub controller ICs for automotive applications. The series, which is engineered to operate in an industry-leading temperature range from -40 to 105 degrees Celsius, now includes a 48-pin QFN package with a 40% smaller footprint and height.

Test & Measurement
29th April 2013
Epson Announces Two New Inertial Measurement Units for Industry

Seiko Epson has developed two new products, the M-G550-PC and the M-G550-PR, for its inertial measurement unit lineup. The new products will be on show at Sensor + Test 2013, the world's largest international fair for sensors to be held from May 14 to 16 in Nuremburg, Germany.

29th April 2013
Epson Launches VCXOs for Mobile Base Stations and Optical Communications Equipment

Seiko Epson has begun shipping samples of the VG-4513CB series of voltage controlled crystal oscillators. Designed for optical networking and LTE base stations applications, the VG-4513CB uses a high-frequency fundamental crystal to achieve output frequencies up to 500 MHz with no spurs and very low phase noise and low jitter.

29th April 2013
Epson Announces Low Power, Smallest-in-Class 32.768-kHz Crystal Oscillator

Seiko Epson is pleased to announced that it has begun shipping samples of the SG-3030CM 32.768 kHz crystal oscillator. Epson’s SG-3030CM is the smallest 32.768 kHz crystal oscillator available in its class today.

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