We are an experienced partner that will grow with your organization from design and development through product launch and beyond.

High Development Capability

We develop innovative solutions for global casino gaming industry that promote safe and secure play that your end user will enjoy.
We collaborate with our partners to guide your team to achieve your envisioned product vision.


Quick Action

We respond to customer needs with quick and creative technical proposals.

Application Oriented

We have more than 40 years of experience in planning, developing and producing electronic components for pachinko and pachislot machines.
From these activity know-how, we can make the best proposal for the application.

Wide Range of Technologies

In addition, OMRON Group has not only electronic component technology, but also technology and know-how created through a wide range of businesses such as factory automation, health care equipment, and social infrastructure equipment.

We can deliver products to the customer with product proposals and optimal production technology that meet the needs in the Gaming industry.

Product Showcase

Planning, developing and manufacturing electronic components specialized for pachinko and pachi-slot machines since the 1970s.

Selected by customers, we have grown to become the No. 1 market share for many product categories.

We have accumulated a substantial track record in pachinko and pachi-slot industries in the products shown below.


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  •   IC for
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  •   Medal Selector Product Image
  •   Power Supply
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  •   Starting Lever
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  •   Control IC Product Image
  •   DC Motor Product Image
  • Share No.1 Interface IC Product Image
  •   LED control IC Product Image
  •   Magnet Sensor Product Image
  • Share No.1 Pachinko ball
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  •   Photo Sensor Product Image
  • Share No.1 Security Key Product Image
  • Share No.1 Touch Sensor Product Image
  • Share No.1 Vibration Sensor Product Image

*Omron research in July 2021