ELV Systems

Specialized training in designing, installing, and maintaining Extra Low Voltage (ELV) systems for building automation and security.


ELV (Extra Low Voltage) Systems refer to electrical systems that operate on low voltages, typically 50 volts or less. These systems are commonly used in building automation, security and surveillance, communication, and audiovisual systems. The ELV Systems course is designed to provide fundamental knowledge and practical skills in the operation and installation of various ELV systems.

One of the main topics covered in the course is security and surveillance systems. Students will learn about the different components of CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) systems, including cameras, monitors, and recorders. They will also learn about biometric access control systems that use fingerprint, facial recognition, or iris scanning technology to grant access to authorized individuals.

Intrusion detection systems are another important topic covered in the course. These systems use sensors to detect unauthorized entry into a building or area and trigger alarms. Students will learn about the different types of sensors, such as motion sensors, door/window sensors, and glass break detectors.

Communication systems are also a key focus of the course. Students will learn about intercoms, which are used for communication between different areas within a building, and gate barrier systems that control vehicle access to a property. They will also learn about public addressing systems that allow announcements to be broadcasted throughout a building or area.

Other topics covered in the course include PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) systems, Tetra Radio, Master Clock Systems, Nurse Call Systems, Audiovisual/Video Conferencing Systems, IP Telephony/IP TV, CATV/SMA TV/SMART TV, and Smart Metering/Smart Grid. These systems are used in various applications, such as communication, entertainment, and energy management.

Overall, the ELV Systems course provides students with essential knowledge and skills in the operation and installation of various ELV systems. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to design, install, and maintain these systems in different applications, such as commercial buildings, residential homes, and industrial facilities.


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