Low-Voltage Systems — aka Communications Infrastructure — means a lot of things to a lot of people.
Just like you, PPS depends every day on being able to document, calculate, plan, and store a multitude of information types and formats. That information in turn may be printed, emailed, displayed, or presented in a great many ways, virtually all of which depend on low-voltage equipment.
This means that your communication and network infrastructure must be well designed, installed and commissioned, not only for today’s needs, but for tomorrow’s.
For PPS, “Low-Voltage Systems” do not end at computers, printers, phones and battery chargers. We have significant high-profile experience in fire alarm systems, copper and fiber cabling, data infrastructure, paging and communication systems, clock systems, security and access control, and AV systems for a wide range of applications.
Our highly skilled craftsmen are factory-trained and certified by the manufacturers whose equipment we install (e.g., Honeywell and Gamewell-FCI). Our Fire Alarm Technicians are NICET-Certified (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies). Most of our Journeyman electricians are graduates of Western Electrical Contractors Association (WECA) and/or Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) state-approved five-year apprenticeship programs.
So, whether you require the installation of a single data jack to connect a new printer, or thousands of voice and data drops as part of a new or upgraded communication network infrastructure, you can depend on PPS to deliver!