Smart buildings use sensors, Internet of Things (loT) devices, and other technologies to collect data and automate processes to control and monitor its operations in heating, ventilation, lighting, security, and other systems. This data can be used to optimize energy efficiency, improve occupant comfort and reduce operational costs.
Deploying infrastructure that helps support loT makes more sense than ever now that NYC has instituted energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions laws such as Local Law 97. Cable infrastructure is key to using loT devices in commercial buildings as it provides the physical connection between devices and the internet. These cables also provide the necessary bandwidth for data transmission, allowing loT devices to send and receive data quickly and reliably.
CABLES ARE CLASSIFIED INTO VARIOUS CATEGORIES BAESD ON THEIR SPECIFIC USES AND STRUCTURES
- COAXIAL CABLES – Used for carrying high- frequency signals, such as those used in cable television systems
- TWISTED PAIR – Used for carrying telephone and other low-frequency signals
- OPTICAL FIBER – Used for carrying light signals, such as those used in fiber optic networks
- PATCH CABLES – Used for connecting computers and other devices to networks
- POWER CABLES – Used for carrying electrical power
- DATA CABLES – Used for carrying digital data signals
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