Low Voltage Cabling
Cost-effective networking connectivity.
Low voltage cabling creates an electrical network foundation upon which digital technology and communication equipment functions efficiently and consistently. Commercial buildings often contain complex wiring systems such as Network data, telephone and Wi-Fi access, HD video, and audio systems, and computer networking systems. All of these components require a wiring network that is separate and apart from standard electrical wiring.
Low voltage cabling and wiring can be utilized for a wide range of applications in almost any type of building. Some of the most common applications for low voltage systems would be:
Telephone outlets are still a vital part of any business and are used in multi-phone systems as well as computer networks. In many cases, the wiring comes in the form of fiber optics, Ethernet, or Wi-Fi setups.
The need for cable in commercial structures is greater than it has ever been. With more and more businesses utilizing video and audio equipment as well as subscribing to cable programming, low voltage cable is both valuable and cost-effective to install and use. Before you install cable into your building it is important that you have a good understanding of where all the audio and visual equipment will be placed in your building.
Security and Surveillance
Low voltage wiring is crucial for mapping out a security or surveillance roadmap. For instance, wiring will be channeled to areas where video cameras, movement sensors, and alarms are implemented.