Seiko Epson Corporation and SEGGER Microcontroller have announced that SEGGER will add support to emWin embedded GUI tool library for Epson’s simple LCD controller series including the S1D13L01, S1D13L02, and S1D13L04. emWin has been designed to offer an efficient, processor- and display a controller-independent graphical user interface (GUI) for any application with a graphical display. As users demand high-quality interfaces, emWin allows development teams to generate clean graphics for user interfaces. The interface is compatible with both single-task as well as multitask environments with a proprietary operating system or any commercial RTOS and is shipped as “C” source code.
Epson, a global technology leader known for its compact and precision technologies, has developed and begun shipping for its S1C17M33 in production volumes. It’s a low-power 16-bit microcontroller with on-chip Flash memory that is ideal for LCDs on remote control panels for home appliances like air conditioners. The company has also started the volume production of other microcontroller units in the series like S1C17M30, S1C17M31, S1C17M32, and S1C17M34. The plan is to produce 2,00,000 units of each model per month. Epson has expanded and enhanced its S1C17 family of 16-bit MCUs with Flash Memory. These MCUs carry advanced functions and enable larger, high-resolution LCD screens with extended battery life through its low power technology.
Epson, the world leader in Quartz crystal technology, and Integrated Device Technology (IDT) have announced a new ultra-high performance timing solution. It aims to address the phase noise challenges in telecom and data center markets. The new solution integrates IDT’s 8V19N474 jitter attenuator and frequency synthesizer with Epson’s VG-4513 high-performance voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO). It provides best-in-class phase noise performance for highly stringent applications like 40/100/4000 Gbps Ethernet timing.