What are the different types of intrusion detection systems?
Connectivity Point’s commercial business alarm systems can monitor an entire building or specific areas. Our systems provide easy log-in accessibility for remote access, so you can have eyes on your property even when you’re not on site. Our systems include: Intrusion/burglary monitoring Hold-up-duress signal monitoring Critical condition monitoring Elevator and place of refuge emergency phone […]Read More
How does an intrusion detection system work?
An intrusion detection systems consists of a network of motion detectors and door/window sensors tied in to a control panel. If the system detects a breach, the control panel will either sound an audible alarm or alert the security company, building owner, or authorities-depending on the system configuration. The control panel is accessible through an […]Read More
Do you install fiber optics?
Connectivity Point specializes in the installation, termination, and testing of fiber optic cabling. Whether it’s plug and play systems, blown in fiber, or passive optical networks, Connectivity Point knows the ins and outs. We have Fluke DTX 5000 & 8000 testers, Fujikura 70s fusion splicer, and Fluke OTDR. Connectivity Point trained and certified fiber optic […]Read More
What are the benefits of using a certified data cabling installer?
Certified cable installers are trained according to the latest, most relevant industry technology and standards-and they’re kept up to speed on changes and new technology through re-certification processes. A certified data cabling installer will offer product warranties on the equipment they install. There is a lower likelihood of human error when technicians are trained and […]Read More
Why do I need data cabling?
Data cabling is needed if you need to connect end point devices (computers, laptops, phones, and printers) to each other and/or to the Internet.Read More
What is the difference between data cabling and standard wiring?
Low-voltage data cabling (or structured cabling) is used for transport of communications. Standard wiring is used to provide power. Data cabling (or structured cabling) involves the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple uses (i.e., data, voice, video, wireless, controls). The system is designed to support today’s technology requirements while planning […]Read More
What is data cabling?
Low-voltage data cabling (or structured cabling) is used for transport of communications. Data cabling (or structured cabling) involves the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple uses (i.e., data, voice, video, wireless, controls). The system is designed to support today’s technology requirements while planning for future growth, expansion, and new tech.Read More