Low voltage cabling is the wiring that is used so technology can communicate with the equipment to ensure the proper functionality. More specifically, an alternating current is used for a voltage rating 50V to 1000V and, for a direct current, 75 to 1500V. Low voltage cabling services can include infrastructure, telecommunication, entertainment, technology, surveillance, video, and more. The low voltage cabling process is different with each contractor, but primarily includes a site survey, solution, planning and design, installation, and post verification.
Most organizations outsource low voltage cabling, but it can be challenging when opening up multiple locations around the world. Your team is left struggling to manage more vendors than they can easily handle, leaving room for additional logistical headaches and gaps in communication. A proper cable infrastructure comprises the bones of your data centers, but fiber LV cabling requires a certified technician to run and terminate.