AV, network and integrated cabling

Tea London offers an extensive cabling design, supply, termination, testing, certification and project management service. We design AV cabling systems that can either focus solely on the delivery of Audio Visual (AV) services throughout your home or business, or can include the planning, implementation and integration of a mixture of other low-voltage cabling systems including:

  • Structured network cabling, including:
    • Copper network cabling, covering certified Category 5/5e/6/6A/7/7A (CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6A, CAT7 and CAT7A) network systems
    • Fibre Optic networks
    • Wireless Networking
    • Includes supply, installation and termination of supporting network cabling hardware including patch panels, wall plates, network enclosures and distribution points
    • Full network testing and certification service, charged on a ‘per point/outlet’ basis
  • Audio Visual Cabling
    • High-headroom Category 6/6A/7/&A cabling for video distribution purposes
    • Speaker cabling – discrete in-wall and in-ceiling speaker cabling terminated either in local room fashion or from a central distribution point
    • Custom audio and video connections, providing industry standard point-to-point audio and video connections, either in a single room, or to a central distribution point.
    • Managed network connections for the distribution of streaming audio, video and network connectivity for smart devices
  • Coaxial cabling system including:
    • Traditional CCTV cabling systems
    • Satellite signal distribution
    • RF video distribution
    • SDI Video distribution
    • Terrestrial TV signal distribution
    • Includes supply, installation and termination of supporting coaxial cabling hardware including RF modulators, RF distribution amplifiers, satellite multi-switch, satellite dish, TV aerials, coaxial panels, wiring enclosures, ramp up/ramp down amplifiers, attenuators and more.
  • Low voltage cabling systems providing integrated control over 3rd party systems including:
    • Door entry (video phone and intercom systems)
    • Access control (controlled access through use of key fobs, keypads and biometrics)
    • Intruder alarms
    • CCTV, including IP Network cameras
    • Heating/Cooling (HVAC) climate control systems
    • Scene control lighting
    • Fire alarms
    • Motorisation including window treatments, blind controls, gates, garage doors and windows
    • Wall mounted control panels
    • Building automation

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