Imperx - Industrial Cameras
IMPERX is a designer and manufacturer of industrial cameras, process video recorders and frame grabbers. IMPERX provides imaging and recording solutions for Rockwell Automation Customers so that when line stoppages do happen, the cause can be easily determined and changes can be made to assure they don’t happen again.

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IMPERX’ EtherNet/IP™ Process Video Recorder (EIPVR) is an event recording system that captures high speed video when you need it. This product is EtherNet/IP™ conformance tested, compatible with IEEE 1588 and uses Power over Ethernet (PoE) cabling for a simple installation. EIPVR records up to 60 seconds of video @ 250 fps, automatically saves video to a server and automatically plays video for quick feedback. This product is perfect to help eliminate line stoppages, troubleshoot line/equipment integration and fix problems the first time it happens. It also works seamlessly with PLCs and Plant Floor Computers. EIPVR is triggered via EtherNet/IP and is ODVA tested and approved as well as compatible with EtherNet/IP Devices.

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GigE Vision® and Power over Ethernet Cameras
IMPERX’ GigE Vision Cameras and Power over Ethernet (PoE) Cameras are extremely programmable, high quality CCD and CMOS cameras ranging from VGA-29 Megapixel. These cameras include 8, 10, 12 or 14-bit output, native and overclocked frame rates and four inputs and outputs. The configuration capabilities are endless utilizing our easy camera configuration tool. This configuration tool allows easy programmability of each input and output. There are also many ways to control the triggering including programmable pulses or intervals, frames to capture after a trigger, delays, debounce, rising edge or falling edge. IMPERX’ GigE Vision Cameras and PoE Cameras have intelligent features including 1x, 2x, 4x and 8x independent vertical and horizontal binning and up to 7 programmable areas of interest. Programmable exposure control allows the user to program the exact exposure time down to the microsecond. The average intensity of the image can be controlled with auto exposure, auto gain and auto iris with a programmable area of significance of which part of the image is the most important to normalize to. B0620 3in