Keeping your Glen Ridge, Essex County NJ business connected at all times is mission critical to your success. Your company performance and bottom line is dependent on the proper design and professional installation of a flexible, standards compliant easily managed cabling system.
Projects can range from a small number of network points in a single office to cabling entire buildings.
As an experienced infrastructure cabling contractor in the security field for over 30 years, we have four Project Managers on staff including a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a total of 18 technicians with the ability to add more techs should the project warrant it.
We are a CWA (Communications Workers of America) Local 1104 shop, trained by the NYPD's Intelligence Division for expert security surveillance. Our team focuses on implementation and project management of Data, Voice, Fiber, CCTV and Access Control installations.
A brief overview of the types of installations and projects we do:
Voice and Data - 10BaseT standard cables were introduced in the early 1990's. UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pairs) and STP (Shielded Twisted Pairs) are the two variants of twisted pair cables. UTP is used as today's CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6A and CAT7.
Surveillance Cameras - We provide a full range of security camera installations including IP, HD and cloud surveillance camera installations.
Access Control Systems
Digital Keypads - these provide access control for virtually any application where digital code entry is desired. They are available for stand alone applications or as a connection to an access controller.
Card Readers - These grant access to doors, locking server cabinets and more. Readers use different technologies for a variety of functions and are ideal components in many access control systems.
Fiber Optics - High speed networks use fiber optic cables, which use modulated light pulses instead of electric current to carry data.
Intercom Systems - Telephone intercom systems provide two way communication and control a door or gate through a businesses telephone.
Coaxial - used in CATV distribution applications, low power video and RF signal connections, these cables are comprised of a single core with heavy cladding.
HDMI - This is the digital replacement of analog video and audio. Commonly used for Blu-Ray and HD players, digital cameras, camcorders, computers, tablets and mobile phones.
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