Rail Depot Control System / LOPS

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FirstClass Safety & Control Ltd

Rail Depot Control System / LOPS

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The FirstClass rail Depot Control System (DCS) is an integrated solution, suited to any depot requiring a new or seeking to upgrade a current system.

Our DCS is totally flexible and can be built to meet each depot’s individual requirements and budgets. Ensuring we offer bespoke, cost effective DCS solutions to meet all our customer needs by choosing from our range of DCS components. Plus, all our systems meet the Safety Integrity Level (SIL) making our tailored systems one of the best on the market. We create intelligent devices; encompassing features such as Programmable Logic Control (PLC) catering for whole depot needs.

Our rail DCS is extremely user friendly for both experienced and new Operations staff.

Our DCS has been designed around the Allen Bradley, commercially off the shelf PLC range with Rockwell Automation software, however we offer the flexibility to use other PLC providers should you have standardized preferences on your site.

To find out more about the flexible Bespoke FirstClass rail Depot Control System (DCS) contact us on [email protected] or call +44 (0)1621 743743

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