Installer of low-current systems: a profession for all time
Low-current systems, or, as they are called,structured cabling systems, link a person to the outside world. Internet, cable or conventional television, faxes and telephones, fire or burglar alarms, and many other communications that ensure normal life and normal functioning come to us through low-current networks or systems. The larger the city, the stronger it spans the web of networks, systems, wires. Moscow and Verkhoyansk, Rostov and Oymyakon can not do without this modest, but absolutely necessary for the big city profession - the installer of low-current systems. It is people who own this specialty that lay wires of low voltage, make wiring under skirting boards, pull cables through walls, etc.
What should an installer of low-current systems be able to do?
A person with such a profession can work ina company engaged in burglar alarms or the operation of elevators, the installation of intercoms or the Internet. Depending on the direction of activity, the orientation of the specialist's knowledge will be determined. The installer of low-current systems should:
- Know the rules of installation and connection of telecommunications, communications, security systems, access control, video surveillance, alarm.
- Know the basic laws of physics, especially electrical engineering.
- Be able to work with cables, know the rules of connection and interaction of different materials.
- Own the methods of carpentry and locksmith work
In addition, the installer of low-current networks shouldhave an aesthetic taste: it should lay the network so as not to spoil the interior so that the padded cables do not interfere with the tenants or employees of the office.
What should the installer know?
One of the most popular professions -installer of low-current systems. Moscow, like most other cities, constantly needs such specialists. Often this is used by unscrupulous employers. Vacancy "installer of low-current systems" is always in demand, so sometimes scammers simply deceive people: they recruit low-skilled workers, do not pay them salaries. To ensure that consumers and workers themselves do not suffer from the actions of scammers when getting a job, the installer of low-voltage networks should know:
- Fundamentals of general labor legislation.
- Own duties and rights.
- Norms and rules of performance of works.
The installer of low-current systems should be a readera person capable of constant self-learning: communications are constantly being improved, and a specialist working with them should be aware of all new products.
Very often people in this profession havework in very uncomfortable places. Therefore, the installer must have good physical endurance, good health. He can not be afraid of heights or work in cramped premises, he must be able to work for a long time in an uncomfortable position. This profession implies good eyesight, well-developed motor skills, the ability to make quick decisions and scrupulously follow instructions. The installer can not do without his own set of tools: a screwdriver, screwdrivers, firing, a set of keys, etc. The more carefully the tools are selected, the less time the specialist will spend on the job and the better it will perform.