Industrial Low Voltage Wiring | Blue Collar Electric

Industrial Low Voltage Wiring

Low voltage systems use up to 50 volts (V) of power to connect and control many systems in our industrial plants, commercial buildings and residential homes. The infrastructure of today’s commercial and industrial buildings has a sophisticated design of structured low-voltage cabling systems developed to control all essential activities of today’s high-tech businesses. This includes the production floor’s automated equipment, robotics and other advanced equipment. Low-voltage wire switches and relays may also be used to turn on and off building lights, receptacles, and other line-voltage devices, even though they require line voltage. A low-voltage security system may include a CCTV surveillance system, an intrusion detection system, and an access control system.

Blue Collar Electric understands the extensive uses of low-voltage wiring, including industrial applications, and has a team of experienced and licensed electricians available 24×7. Call us, and our dispatchers will send the best electricians in the providence to quickly resolve all your emergency electrical or low-voltage problems. When an emergency arises, our team of highly-trained technicians will promptly and efficiently manage your low-voltage installation or issues.

Surveillance, intercom, sound systems, HVAC, and other low-voltage applications are some of the many low-voltage systems in an industrial facility. Below is a list of most industrial low-voltage applications.

  • Cable TV
  • Communication
  • Controls
  • Doorbell/Buzzer
  • Electrical Receptacles
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Intercoms and Sound Systems
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Lighting Relays
  • New Construction
  • Networking, Date-Cabling, Fiber Optics
  • Other Equipment
  • Robotics and Automation Controls
  • Sound Masking Systems
  • Television & Cable
  • Thermostat/HVAC

Even with low-voltage wiring systems, the low-voltage electrical power is almost always supplied by a line-voltage 120VAC or 220VAC source, which is converted to the required lower voltage level. The building’s electric meter and main electrical panel are the starting points for this power supply.

Why Blue Collar Electric?

Our team of professionals is committed to the installation, service, or repair of your industrial low-voltage electrical needs in a safe and timely manner. We have extensive experience in industrial environments, and our licensed electricians are among Canada’s most reliable electrical contractors. For more than 16 years, we have taken pride in delivering the best electrical solutions to Edmonton, Alberta, Montreal, Quebec, and surrounding areas. Our team is here to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

 Please schedule a consultation today for low-voltage wiring issues or our wide variety of services.