Imperx Launches Rugged Camera

Feb. 9, 2024
The camera is designed to withstand extremes in temperature, vibration, radiation.

Imperx has released commercially an off-the-shelf version of a camera the company designed for use by NASA engineers in the Artemis I, an uncrewed moon-orbiting mission. The camera, SPC-S2010, has a global shutter CMOS sensor with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 in a 1/2.35 in optical format with up to 60 fps with 3G-SDI or HD-SDI output.

Enclosed in a rugged housing, the camera employs an integrated thermal management system that prewarms the electronics for use in extreme environments. The camera also uses a power input isolation design that protects the internal electronics from power surges caused by lightening or other sources.

The camera is equipped with an integrated LED illumination ring that supports continuous or strobed illumination. The SPC-S2010 is available with eight factory installed lens options.

The SPC-S2010 is suitable for applications in commercial aviation, military aerospace, drilling, and mining.

To Learn More:

Contact: Imperx

Headquarters: Boca Raton, FL, USA

Product: SPC-S2010

Key Features: CMOS Sensor, 1920 X 1080 resolution, integrated thermal management system 

What Imperx says: View more information on the SPC-S210.

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