What is low voltage cabling, and why is it important to business processes?
When Was The Last Time You Had Someone Check Your Network Cabling?
Are your computers running slowly? The problem doesn’t always trace back to the computers themselves.
Sometimes, it’s your network
Luckily, Nexgentec cable installation experts are fully-licensed and qualified for any data cabling assessment, installation, or audio/visual cable install.
- IT Cabling
- Telephone Cabling
- Computer Network Cabling
Your devices can communicate only as well as the cabling that links them will allow. Broken cabling and bad connections lower the speed of your network or stop the flow of data altogether.
Types of Low Voltage Cabling
The types of low voltage cabling or network cable used in our structured cabling installations include:
- Cat3 Data Cabling
- Cat6e Data Cabling
- Cat5 Cable
- Fiber Optic Cable
- Cat5e Data Cabling
- Ethernet Cable
- Cat6 Cable
We Do More Than Network Cabling Assessments!
- Network Cabling Designs – for new builds
- Cabling Installs
- Cabling Repairs
- Cabling Retrofits – for office renos and facility expansions
Get It Right from the Beginning – Call Qualified Professionals
“I can do the low voltage cabling for you.”
Maybe you’ve heard this before from a well-meaning electrician in a renovation or new build scenario.
Here’s the truth about that situation.
Electrical contractors (with a few exceptions) are not properly trained and qualified for low voltage cabling.
Although high voltage cables and low voltage cables are essentially wires, the installation of the two types of cabling couldn’t be different.
We’ll not take time to explain all the technical differences between low voltage and high voltage cabling, but here’s something to think about.
Electrical contractors that aren’t working with low voltage cabling (and especially fiber optic cabling) tend to treat these delicate cables and sensitive connectors in the same rough manner that they employ in pulling the high voltage cabling. While the high voltage cabling can handle the shoving and tugging around corners and through holes, the fine copper wires in low voltage cabling and the tiny thread of glass/plastic inside fiber optic lines are likely to break and cause problems for you.
See why having IT professionals that are licensed for low voltage cabling is important?