Low Voltage Systems
Low voltage technology and communications services evolve every day. To ensure we are able to provide our customers with the best option available for their project, our technicians work to stay up-to-date on new trends and products.
Tradition with The Newest Technology
B&B Electric Low Voltage services include in-structured cabling projects including telecom, data, access control systems, fire control systems, and video surveillance systems. Our technicians are knowledgeable in installing and operating these systems over copper or fiber optic cables, which allows us to support any customer.
Have you ever thought of B&B Electric for work on your phone, video or surveillance systems? If not, you should! Our trained technicians are proficient in installation, upgrades, and maintenance of large phone systems, closed circuit video and surveillance systems, and alarm systems.
What type of projects are included in the low voltage category?
- Home entertainment systems with televisions (cable or digital ) and surround sound.
- Fire and security alarms.
- Landline telephones and telephone systems.
- Broadband internet and fiber-optic network installation and maitenance.
- LAN (local area network) and WAN (wide area network).
What is classified as low voltage?
The National Electrical Code (NEC) defines low voltage systems as those that run off of between zero and 49 volts.
Does working on low voltage projects require special licensure?
Professional guidelines, tools, and techniques are standardized in the National Electrical Code (NEC), but additional licensing or regulations could be specified by state.