The IMPERX B1942 is an advanced high-speed progressive scan, fully programmable CCD camera designed for imaging applications that require high quality images with powerful features and flexibility. 

The B1942 camera has a small size, light weight, and is built around the SONY ICX-674 Interline Transfer CCD image sensor which provides an image resolution of 1940 x 1460 and delivers up to 54 frames per second with a 2/3” optical format. The B1942 is available with Camera Link® Medium output.


  • SONY ICX-674 EXview HAD CCD II 
  • Native resolution of 1940 x 1460 
  • 2/3" optical format 
  • Delivering up to 54 frames per second 
  • Camera Link® Medium



To create your own custom Cheetah ordering code, simply choose one element from each column. 
Sample Ordering Code: CLM-B1942M-SC000 – Monochrome, SONY, C-Mount Lens, No filter option  

Interface: CLM – Camera Link® Medium 
Camera Number: B1942 
Sensor Type: M-Monochrome | C-Color 
Sensor Manufacturer: S - SONY 
Lens: C – C (Default) | F – C to F Adapter (optional)  

Power Supply (sold separately) 
PS12V14A – 12 V Power Supply (GEV, CLB, CLM and SDI) 

PS12V15A – 12 V Power Supply, Auto iris video type (GEV, CLB, CLM and SDI) 

Cables (sold separately) 
CBL-PWIO01: Cable Power; Hirose 12p (F) to loose end; 2m – Camera Power Hirose Connection 

CBL-GPIO02: Cable I/O; 12 Hirose (M) to DB15 (M); 0,5m – Camera Lens Control

For additional features including, no cover glass, tape cover glass, as well as filter options, contact IMPERX: +1-561-989-0006 or [email protected].

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Software & Documentation

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