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Watches are mainly divided into mechanical watches, quartz watches and electronic watches.


Mechanical watches can generally be divided into manual winding and automatic winding watches.


The power sources of these two machines are driven by the mainspring in the movement, which drives the gears to push the hands, but the way of power source is different. A mechanical watch with manual winding relies on manually twisting the mainspring for power. The thickness of the movement is thinner than that of a normal self-winding watch, and the weight of the watch is relatively light. The self-winding watch uses the movement's automatic rotating disc to swing left and right to generate power to drive the mainspring, but the thickness of the manual winding watch is relatively smaller than that of the automatic winding watch.


Quartz watches are one of the types of watches.


A quartz watch can also be called a "quartz vibration electronic watch" because it uses the "vibration phenomenon" of a quartz plate. When quartz receives an external applied voltage, it has the properties of deformation and expansion. On the contrary, if the quartz is compressed, electricity will be generated at both ends of the quartz. This property is also seen in many crystals, which is called "piezoelectricity". effect". Quartz watches use crystals that periodically and continuously "vibrate" to bring accurate time.


Electronic watches can be divided into digital quartz electronic watches, analog quartz electronic watches, automatic quartz watches and photovoltaic watches.


Electronic watches use batteries as energy sources instead of clockwork. They do not need to be wound. They have a variety of structures with the same appearance as mechanical watches. They are collectively referred to as electronic watches. According to the structure and the order of invention, electronic watches are divided into four generations.


The first generation is the balance spring electronic watch, which uses the balance spring as an oscillator, uses a micro battery as an energy source, and drives the balance to work through an electronic circuit.


The second generation is a tuning fork electronic watch, which uses a metal tuning fork as an oscillator and uses an electronic circuit to output pulse current to vibrate the mechanical tuning fork.


The third generation is an analog quartz electronic watch, which uses a quartz resonator as an oscillator, and drives a stepping motor through an electronic frequency divider to drive the wheel train and pointer.


The fourth generation is a digital quartz electronic watch. It also uses a quartz resonator as an oscillator. The difference is that it uses a display device to display the time in digital form after frequency division, counting and decoding.


The first three generations of electronic watches all have traditional mechanical pointer mechanisms, while the fourth generation uses large-scale integrated circuits, which completely breaks away from the traditional mechanical structure of all electronic watches.

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