Extra Low Voltage & Security

ELV is the terminology used in the technologies world in an attempt to electrically define all the systems in a building which need electricity to run but are not part of the building’s main electrical system. ELV covers all the new modern technologies that are increasingly becoming must-have systems in every building such as CCTV, fire alarm systems, public address systems, audio/video solutions, access control and intrusion detection systems, home automation, and much more!

The main reason why ELV system integration solutions have such a broad utilization across all industries is the fact that they decrease the costs of construction and simplify the management of processes and people while having great functionality. For example, ELV systems use the same common data network thus decreasing the costs on cabling and pathways.

We provide converged security services by integrating logical and physical network security with physical access control, surveillance and visitor management. We deliver optimally performing secure networks together with tools and resources to monitor and manage an entire ICT & ELV infrastructure – across physical, virtual and cloud environments.

CCTV (Closed Circuit TeleVision) system

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 and Time Attendance system

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 finger print, IRIS or face recognition). Almost all new ACS solutions also rely on LAN infrastructure to some extent...


Public Addressing system (PA system)

PAS (Public Address System) or PAGA (Public Address and General Alarm) is the speaker system installed in buildings for making announcements, playing background music and broadcasting pre-recorded alarm notifications, sometimes automatically triggered by fire alarm systems. PAS is probably one of the few ELV systems that is still not much IP based and use twisted-pair electrical cables for connecting the distributed speakers to the power amplifiers.

Parking Management system

Smart & efficient car park management system allows the car park manager a total car park management by combining the efficient car park management, the car guidance to the free parking spaces and the lighting energy management. Characteristics:

      Wireless sensors.
      Individual parking space detection and signalizing.
      Car guidance to the free parking spaces.

Elecronic Locking system

      Electronic lock combine the following benefits: Non contact opening with RFID cards or wristbands(Mifare1)
      *Motorized lock.
      *Safety: non-copiable keys.
      *Standalone system: no cabling required.
      *Easy to install: no qualified personnel required and low maintenance costs.

Intrusion Detection system

An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a system that monitors network traffic for suspicious activity and issues alerts when such activity is discovered. While anomaly detection and reporting is the primary function, some intrusion detection systems are capable of taking actions when malicious acitivity or anomalous traffic is detected, including blocking traffic sent from suspicious IP addresses.

SMATV (Satellite Master Antenna Television) and IPTV (IP Television)

SMATV (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.