IMO Minature Circuit Breakers

Enjoy the best prices on IMO Miniature Circuit Breakers right here at LED Controls. These modular low-voltage devices have been designed to provide reliable protection for your assets and equipment, guarding them against damage from over-currents, short circuits and Earth Leakage faults.

Built to exacting standards by respected British manufacturer IMO, these adhere to the regulations set out by IEC EN 60898-1 regulations, IEC60947-2
and UNE20317, VDE-SEMKO-CE.

They’re available in 1P / 2P / 3P / 3P+N / 4P pole configurations, and collectively encompass B, C, and D-type characteristic tripping curves. In short, whatever application you have in mind, whether it’s domestic, commercial, or light industrial, you can be sure there’s an IMO Miniature Circuit Breaker to suit your requirements.

IMO Miniature Circuit Breakers have a notably high short-circuit capacity. Further key features include:

  • A prominent positive trip indicator
  • Dual connection point for cable and busbar
  • Finger protected connection terminals
  • Range of accessories available, including aux, shunt trip, under/over voltage, locking devices and more

All are manufactured to the same high standards that have come to be associated with IMO, a British company with more than 40 years of history to its name. Having firmly established itself as a pioneer in the field of global industrial manufacturing and engineering, it offers market-leading products at highly competitive prices, and we’re proud to be one of its UK distributors here at LED Controls.

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