LED Controls stocks an extensive range of Programmable Logic Controllers from IMO, a leading British company with an international reputation. Here, you can take your pick from a comprehensive range of durable, cost-effective IMO programmable logic controllers to suit your intended application and requirements.

This includes their compact, technologically XGB range, renowned for their sophisticated user interfaces, high speed processing, effective automation, and exceptional performance.

Every one of our IMO programmable logic controllers are invaluable for helping to reduce human error, increasing the accuracy of repeating processes and functions, and even performing process fault diagnosis. Offering a high degree of flexibility and reliable performance for small, medium and high-end applications, their design allows them to be effectively deployed within machinery automation, water, building infrastructure, renewable energy, material handling, data centres, and the marine sector.

IMO itself is a British company with over four decades of history to its name. Over its 40 years in business, it’s developed a solid reputation as an innovator, enjoying global renown for several world firsts. At LED Controls we supply a wide range of IMO automation pieces, including not just programmable logic controllers, but also IMO variable speed drives, human machine interfaces, and more.

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