Advantages of Using Rugged IP67 Cameras in Industrial Applications

February 18, 2020

Noon - 1 PM ET


Rugged IP67 cameras are the ideal choice for a myriad of industrial applications requiring top imaging performance and durability in harsh conditions. With industrial environments often exposed to harsh elements such as water, dirt, dust, shock, vibration, chemicals and extreme temperatures, there is a growing demand for the optimization of industrial and automated processes. Rugged IP67 cameras overcome these challenges because they are designed to operate reliably and effectively in these demanding conditions. Learn about the advantages of using rugged IP67 cameras in industrial applications such as automotive, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, inspection, robotics, aerospace, security, machine vision, packaging, process control, traffic & transportation, military, agricultural, and MORE.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to select the right IP67 camera for your vision system
  • Why IP67 cameras are superior in harsh environments/demanding conditions
  • Advantages of using rugged IP67 cameras in industrial applications
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Imperx, Inc.

Imperx manufactures ruggedized, high performance cameras for industrial applications. Combining extensive, easy-use features with the best CCD & CMOS sensors, Imperx cameras are available in resolutions from VGA-50 MP. Designed to perform to the highest standards in harsh environments including MIL STD 810G, the extended operating temperature is -40°C to +85°C with a MTBF > 660,000 hours @ 40°C. IMPERX camera outputs: 10GigE Vision® standard and over fiber, CoaXPress, GigE Vision®, Power over Ethernet, GigE with PoE, Camera Link®, U3V, CoaXPress and 3G/HD-SDI.

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Keith Wetzel

Keith Wetzel joined IMPERX in 2014 after a 28-year career at Eastman Kodak Company. With 16 years in the image sensor group, he held business development and management positions, contributed to three patents, published several image sensor and digital radiography articles and represented Kodak at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena during the Mars Pathfinder landing which was nominated for a PRSA Silver Anvil award. Mr. Wetzel has a B.S. in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from Rochester Institute of Technology. Keith was inducted to the National Beta Gamma Sigma honor society in 1992. Prior to joining the image sensor group, he held management and engineering roles developing digital signal processing and high speed imaging hardware in the Computer Automation Manufacturing Information and Control Systems organization.

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