structured cabling

structured data cabling

Data cabling engineer

Data cabling engineers are used for installing the cables that connect computers, printers and voice over ip phones to the network. Using Cat5e or Cat6 network cabling to join patch panels to network points creating high speed, reliable and permanent installations.

structured cabling installation

Patch panel installation

Patch Panels are used to terminate one end of the network and data cables inside a cabinet. Panels are available in various configurations, single panel 1u and double panel 2u and the number of network ports vary from 8 - 48

Network installation

Data cabling

Cat 5 cabling system

Cat 6 data cabling system

Structured Cabling Services

Communications cabling

network cables

network data cabling

Data cable wiring

Network data cabling or data cable wiring can be used in many way to transfer data including voice calls (telephone calls), video and data. There is a standard wiring configuration used on UK structured cable systems known by the standard TIAB. When the cable has been installed it can tested using a calibrated testing device. Once the structured cable installation has been certified then a certificate can be issued guaranteeing that it will transfer data at 1gbps on a cat6 network or 100mb on a cat5e system.

Office network cabling

Computer network cabling is used to connect computers to home and office network switches.

Cat 7 cabling

, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat 6 Cat 7 cabling company

network installations

communications cabling, fibre installation, fibre cabling, voice data cabling, data centre cabling, krone cabling, certified cabling, patch panels, comms room

Network Installation

Structured cabling system

telecommunications cabling

Data Patching

telecommunications installation

office cabling

cabling companies

Provide fibre cabling, structured wiring also have a cabling installer and cabling installers BICSI certified who can install all structured cabling fast. Ducting wire baskets, cable trays and all required trays can be fitted. Data cabling can be installed using Cat5 Cat5e Cat6 or Cat7 cable. The cable consists of 4 twisted pairs. Data cabling and voice cabling can all use Cat5 Cat5e Cat6 or Cat7 cable, krone system. Network installations all require data cabling, without data cabling no device can communicate with any other device. Structured cabling installers generally use patch panels to terminate each end of the data cable. The data cable for the structured system can either be Cat5 Cat5e Cat6 or Cat 7. The network design is also part of the service including the cable trays, cable tray fixings and cable ties cable labelling.

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IP Camera Cabling - Security Camera Cabling Installations

  • FREE Site Survey

  • IP Camera Installation and configuration

  • IP Camera Recording Systems

  • Emergency IP Camera Fixes

IP Camera Cabling

Grounded Experience in IP Camera Technology

From the introduction of IP Cameras to the market we have been installing, managing and maintaining these systems.

Through the years we have identified the most suitable cameras for different environments and situations be it from rugged vandal resistant cameras to internal 360 degree view cameras while always factoring in the quality of image and cost.

Not all cameras are made equal and the price often does not reflect the quality and suitability - we are on hand to offer our expertise on the cameras that best suit the situation and deliver high quality high definition video.

IP Camera Installations

  • Flexibility

    IP Cameras offer greater flexibility over older security cameras by leveraging the existing network infrastructure hence reducing the size of the cabling installation.
  • Single Cable Installation

    With the added advantage of utilising Power Over Ethernet technology the cameras only require connection to a single network cable for both data and power.
  • Cost Saving

    Flexibility in positioning the cameras, speed of installation and the reduced costs by not requiring installation of additional electrical sockets for each cameras make them the preferred choice.

Recording and Storing the Video

Video images that are streamed over the network are stored on a DVR. The DVR consists of storage and software, the storage usually takes the form of large capacity hard drives and the software is used to access the recorded video

The number of cameras in a system dictates the performance and storage requirements of the DVR. One aspect that is often overlooked though is the software as thousands of hours worth of video can be a difficult to navigate through with a software package that is not well designed and efficient. Milestone software is our preferred choice as it offers intuitive user interfaces and the ability to process large volumes of video data from cameras efficiently reducing the specification of the DVR required representing significant cost savings.

IP Camera installation expertise

Our camera expertise

  • Internal Vandal Resistant Cameras

    Recommended for public areas such as reception areas, bars and anywhere the general public have access to inside the premises.
  • External Weatherproof Cameras

    An important consideration is the ability of the camera to work well in low light as well as direct sunlight - a high quality sensor with a good white balancing ability ensures clear crisp images are captured.
  • Pan Tilt Zoom Cameras

    Excel when being monitored by an operator who can manoeuvre and zoom them onto a target area. The greatest benefit is for companies who have a permanent security team.
  • Large Field of View Cameras

    Powerful sensors on these camera capture a large area with a very high resolution image allowing the zooming in on points of interest in recorded images. The advantage over PTZ cameras is that they can capture images that a PTZ will not when focussed on a point.
  • Low Light Infra Red Cameras

    Working in low light conditions often leads to a very grainy image with a large amount of motion blur due to the camera increasing the exposure time for each frame. Infra Red can also lead to problems with objects close to the camera being too bright and the rest of the image very dark. Our selection of cameras offer the best performance to these difficult working conditions.
  • Camera Optics

    Often overlooked as the incorrect lens choice can render a camera completely unsuitable for the task desired. Good quality optics and the correct lens size can transform the camera and clarity of image.

Steps for installation

  • Survey site
  • Locate optimum positions for cameras
  • Specify suitable cameras with correct lens
  • Plan cable routes
  • Run data cables
  • Terminate data cables in the patch panels
  • Terminate data cables into camera points
  • Test and certify the cabling system
  • Install DVR and Switches
  • Configure and test the DVR and cameras
  • Train users
  • Document and hand over