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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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Imperx, Inc. Welcomes James DiBella as the new Director of Camera Development

POSTED 09/08/2016

IMPERX, Inc. proudly welcomes James DiBella to the Engineering Department as the new Director of Camera Development. He will be in charge of providing technical leadership in the design and development of new products as well as the contribution of new ideas.

Jim joins the IMPERX team with a wealth of knowledge and experience after a 34-year electrical engineering career in the electronic imaging field which included 8 years of direct customer application engineering support.

Previously the Application Systems Engineering Manager for the ON Semiconductor Industrial and Security Imaging Sensor Division in Rochester, NY, Jim managed their Systems Engineering team. Through his leadership and contribution, his team delivered several generations of evaluation and demonstrations platforms in addition to providing support for the image sensor characterization and reliability testing.

He has also spent a number of years as a hardware design engineer in the Eastman Kodak Company Professional Digital Camera Group after receiving an A.A.S degree in Optical Technology and a B.S degree in Electrical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology. As an optical technician for the Kodak Apparatus Division, Jim developed production test equipment for products like the disc camera after which he moved into working on digital proofing systems and then professional cameras and camera-backs.

At Imperx, Jim will direct a multifunctional engineering team and carry out all engineering efforts for existing and new camera product lines. He will also ensure that the Engineering Department is continually looking for improvement in methods, time allocation, and the effectiveness of solutions provided. Jim’s extensive knowledge will be put to use in terms of programming techniques and electronic design with CCD/CMOS image sensors, making him an invaluable addition to the IMPERX team. Jim states ““I’m extremely excited to be working with such a talented team of people and a company that really cares about its people as much as its customers and products!”