Installation

Submitted on January 30, 2020 | John Adams
When you’re installing, commissioning or trouble shooting electronic security systems, measuring voltage, current and resistance are at the heart of your skillset. Before we look at testing, let’s consider the electrical properties of voltage, current and resistance. Voltage is electrical...
Submitted on November 23, 2018 | John Adams
Do you think it’s best to use pre-heat shrunk crimp connectors or bare connectors with shrink sleeves added during the install? A: The key thing with making a nice job of butt connections, no matter how they are shrunk, is...
Submitted on October 12, 2018 | John Adams
We’ve had a camera installed on a pole mounted to one of our buildings hit by lightning and this has highlighted the fact none of our external cameras are protected. What would you recommend to reduce potential damage? A: Buildings...
Submitted on August 3, 2018 | John Adams
Would you recommend soldering the termination wires of 7-strand, 4-core cable, or is it acceptable to crimp or just twist/fold wires, then tighten termination screws? Soldering wires to connection points is best practice in many applications but twisting, folding and...
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