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Uses for Low Voltage Cabling

Low voltage cabling (otherwise known as structured wiring) refers to an electrical network foundation upon which your business’ vital digital technology and communication equipment functions. The majority of commercial buildings contain some very complex wiring systems such as Network data, telephone and Wi-Fi access, HD video, audio systems, and computer networking systems. None of these components can be run on standard electrical wiring, so therefore the wiring network they run on must be separate.

Low voltage cabling is by no means something to tackle on your own, as it requires the experience and knowledge that only a team of qualified technicians that specialize in setting up an entire low voltage network possess. Many businesses work across multiple facilities, meaning that the cabling infrastructure will have to be configured to accommodate varying capacities – only a trained professional can manage a network of this size. The system should be designed and implemented in such a way that it can accommodate additional electrical equipment upgrades at a later date, whilst remaining secure at all times.

 

What is Low Voltage Cabling Used for?

Low Voltage Cabling can be used for a variety of different applications, in almost any type of building. Let’s list some of the most common applications for low voltage systems.

  • Phones – Phones are still a vital part of daily business functions for organizations all over the globe. The most common cabling used to ensure your phone systems work as efficiently as possible is fibre optic, but Ethernet and Wi-Fi set ups are becoming more and more popular.

 

  • Wi-Fi – In the modern world almost every office all around the globe has at least a partially Wi-Fi enabled system, or area (usually a waiting room, for example). It is low voltage wiring that is used to set up this network.

 

  • Cable – Commercial buildings in the modern world need cable. More and more businesses are utilizing the abilities of video and audio equipment to be able to reach their team and customers that are spread out in different locations; voltage cabling is both valuable and cost effective to install and use. Be sure that the specialists you employ to assist you with implementation know where all the audio and visual equipment will be placed in the building – this will make things far smoother going forward.

 

  • Security and Surveillance – Low Voltage wiring gives you the freedom to secure your building as much or as little as you wish, and you can map out a security or surveillance roadmap at your whim. You can discuss with the cabling specialists where the wiring will be channelled so the areas where you want to implement video cameras, movement sensors, and alarms can be to your design.

As we have already said, this is not a task you should undertake alone – employ a professional that knows what they are doing and has experience in the field. This is the only way to know that the implementation was performed strictly in the way it should be.

 

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