ELV & ICT Solutions
We offer the most comprehensive ELV and ICT Solutions like CCTV, EPABX, Access Control Systems, Intercom System, etc.
Our ELV (Extra Low Voltage) Solutions include:
Access Control System
Gate Barrier System
Intercom System (Video/Audio)
Our ICT Solutions include:
Structured Cabling (Telephone & Data)
Fiber Optic Cabling & Transmission
Wireless/ Wireline solutions
Audio Visual Systems
We are a team of dedicated and qualified specialists has extensive experience in supplying, installing and commissioning a range of ELV and security systems. Our engineers hold several international certifications that enable them to meet the client’s requirement well.
From a small office setup to large enterprise implementations, we have provided ELV solutions for clients in sectors such as Government, Banking, Financial, Hospitality, Education, Oil & Gas, Healthcare, and Telecommunication.
We provide solutions in the areas of:
Audio – Video Solutions
Audio Video Door Phones
Digital Signage & Video Wall
LAN and WLAN
structured cablingLAN stands for Local Area Network – also known as SCS (Structured Cabling System). Simply put, it is the data cabling in the building to enable users to network their computer devices and possibly access to internet.
In a small building, this can be simply CAT6 cabling from an MDF (Master Distribution Frame – i.e. equipment rack) while in larger infrastructures, you usually see multiple IDFs (Intermediate Distribution Frame) interconnected by fiber optic cables. (It is interesting to know that while we have no electricity passing fiber optic cables, they are still categorized as “ELV”!)
WLAN stands for Wireless LAN which is the network of wireless access points that provide wireless network coverage within and outside the building.
As you will see below, as the technologies enhance, more and more other ELV systems depend on LAN infrastructure of buildings.
Advanced VoIP Phone. While up to some years ago, analog telephony systems were still commonly used in buildings and were setup by using multi-pair copper telephone cables connecting the PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) to telephone sets, they are now almost totally replaced with VOIP (Voice Over IP) solutions that require no separate cabling and depend on the building’s LAN infrastructure for the interconnections.
CCTV stands for Closed Circuit TV (again a very old acronym which shows the old “electrical” roots of such systems). Simply put, these are the camera systems setup inside and outside of buildings to provide monitoring surveillance. Old analog cameras used a separate cabling of coaxial cables connecting each camera directly to the DVR (Digital Video Recorder). These are also today almost totally replaced with IP Cameras utilizing the common LAN infrastructure of the building.
Access Control System – ACS
ACS is the abbreviation for Access Control System. ACS systems give access to different building locations (usually implemented by automatic unlocking of doors) through different means of authentication of people (by magnetic or RFID identification cards, by fingerprint, IRIS or face recognition). Almost all new ACS solutions also rely on LAN infrastructure to some extent, while they also include electrical cabling to magnetic door locks, manual push buttons, and magnetic sensors installed on the doors and entry gates.
SMATV / CATV / IPTV
IPTVSMATV (Satellite Master Antenna Television), CATV (Cable Television), and IPTV (IP Television) all explain different technologies to provide a TV distribution system within a building, interconnecting multiple television sets to a single source (usually called Head End) so each television can select the desired watching channel from a selection list.
While SMATV and CATV have their separate cabling network based on coaxial (or sometimes fiber) cabling, they are rapidly being replaced with IPTV solutions which rely on the same LAN infrastructure jointly used by other systems.
Home automation systems include a very broad range of technologies for monitoring and controlling almost everything in the building from lights to doors to home appliances and audio equipment and in short whatever works with electricity in the building. Most home automation solutions are now network based and give the option of remotely controlling and monitoring the building over the internet. While in the past, most home automations were using some remote control device, with advance of technology the means of control is now moved to smartphone and tablet applications or voice recognition solutions.
We offer complete ELV & ICT Solutions throughout Sultanate of Oman including Muscat, Sohar, Duqum, Salalah, etc.