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Imperx - Industrial Cameras

BOCA RATON, FL – IMPERX, Inc. welcomes Hans Moller to the IMPERX Engineering Team as Senior Hardware Engineer.

Hans Moller’s academic background includes technical training and college classes in Norway, followed by studies at Florida Atlantic University. At FAU, he studied electrical engineering and got involved in biomedical engineering. He finished his studies with a BSEE and a MSEE degree in Electrical Engineering and also completed further academic coursework at Purdue University in Indiana.

Mr. Moller has worked as a design engineer and system architect in South Florida for the last 25 years. He began working with Motorola Microprocessor based systems at Casi-Rusco and continued his career at General Electric (GE) where the design for regulatory compliance was integral. At this point, he became interested and started working more with FPGAs, both Xilinx and Altera’s Cyclone FPGAs. He also worked on switching power supply design and other low noise design practices and they were perfected while working on Fish-finders for Raymarine and designing highly sensitive radiation sensing equipment at Innovative American Technology (IAT). With Hans’ extensive and seasoned background, he is a valuable asset to the IMPERX team.

About IMPERX

IMPERX designs and manufactures high performance cameras, frame grabbers and industrial imaging systems used in the machine vision, medical, military, surveillance and automation markets. Our multi-service brand is recognized for superior performance, reliability, accuracy, and cutting-edge design. Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, with offices and distributors worldwide, IMPERX is registered to the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Standard and the Environmental Management System Standard ISO 14001:2004. IMPERX is registered with DDTC. Visit www.imperx.com for more information.

Contact Information

IMPERX, Inc.
6421 Congress Avenue
Boca Raton, FL 33487
Phone: (+1) 561-989-0006
Fax: (+1) 561-989-0045

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