August 29, 2022
NASA using IMPERX cameras for Orion mission

NASA using IMPERX cameras for Orion mission

August 29, 2022, Boca Raton, Florida

Imperx, Inc., a US leading designer and manufacturer of MIL-Spec rugged Aerospace, Defense and industrial cameras is providing its technology for multiple applications on board the NASA SLS (Space Launch System).

Multiple IMPERX cameras will be used on the main core of the SLS rocket to monitor the four RS-25 engines and stages separation.

IMPERX cameras have been the choice in dozens of aerospace applications including, Atlas V, Delta IV and Delta IV heavy rocket launch vehicles. Our cameras are designed, built and tested to ensure that each unit withstands the extreme challenges of rocket launch vehicles, LEO (Low Earth Orbit) to Lunar missions. This is accomplished by designing the cameras to meet extreme shock, vibration and environmental requirements, such as an extreme temperature range in an atmosphere and vacuum.

Key Features Include:

  • Outstanding sensitivity with excellent image quality
  • Industrial grade components able to withstand extreme temperatures:
  • 40 °C to +85 °C Operating
  • High shock and vibration tolerance: 80G (20 – 200 Hz XYZ) / 3000G
  • Quality manufacturing: ISO 9001:2015
  • MIL-STD-810G

As with all Imperx camera models, options for both customization and US-based manufacturing are available. For more information about Imperx’s ruggedized camera offerings, visit or contact [email protected].

About Imperx, Inc. Imperx, Inc. is a leading global designer and manufacturer of superior quality digital imaging products and software. With headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida and a distribution network that spans the globe, Imperx provides high-reliability imaging solutions worldwide in aerospace and defense, machine vision, transportation, engineered systems, and automation. Sign up for the Imperx newsletter at

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Melissa Pangburn
Imperx, Inc.
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