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Low Voltage Wiring – What is it and Where is it Used?


Low voltage wiring (also known as low voltage cabling or structured wiring) refers to 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 wiring requires the experience and knowledge of a certified technician who specializes in setting up an entire low voltage network throughout a building. In some cases, the cabling infrastructure will have to be configured to accommodate varying capacities across multiple facilities. Only a trained and seasoned technician can handle a network of this magnitude. When the job is complete the low voltage wiring system should be equipped to handle additional electrical equipment upgrades down the road as well ensure that the system is safe and well organized.

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