LIBC1010 | Red Lion LIBRA Counter Module


OEM. Red Lion

LIBRA Counter Module

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About this product

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  • Red Lion LIBC1010
  • 2 year Northern Industrial Warranty
  • Fully functionally tested, cleaned and factory reset (if necessary)
  • Professionally refurbished
  • Refurbished items may feature minor cosmetic blemishes and are not supplied with original packaging or accessories.
  • Supplies are limited and subject to prior sale

LIBRA Counter Module

About the Manufacturer

Since 1972 Red Lion have been developing equipment for communication, monitoring and control in the industrial automation sector. Way back when they began in 1972, they developed their first product - a sensor which measured the rate at which a shaft turned which then fed the gathered information to a third-party display device. After this success they began to produce other equipment including counters and panel meters in 1976, operator interfaces in 1996, protocol converters in 2004 and Ethernet switches in 2010. 

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Northern Industrial We’ve come a long way since our small workshop in the 90s.
Northern Industrial Microsoft did a story on us after we were the first business in the whole of the UK to install Windows 2000 server.
Northern Industrial Back in the early 2000s we had a small group of engineers compared to over 40 today.
Northern Industrial We’re continuously developing our test facilities including the use of robots.
Northern Industrial Our current building is home to thousands of automation parts in Lancashire, England.
Northern Industrial Celebrating our 40th birthday in 2018 with John (centre) who started Northern Industrial back in 1978!