ELV - Systems (Extra Low Voltage)

ELV stands for Extra-Low Voltage systems, which are an integral part of building infrastructure in India and many other countries. ELV systems encompass various low-voltage electrical and electronic systems used for different purposes within a building. These systems are typically designed to enhance safety, security, communication, and automation. Here are some common ELV systems implemented in India:

An efficient ELV system is the first line of defense.

ELV systems are an integral part of modern building infrastructure in India, contributing to enhanced safety, security, efficiency, and comfort. The specific implementation and requirements may vary based on the building type, size, and purpose, as well as the preferences and regulations of the building owners and occupants.

ELV – (Extra Low Voltage) Systems Comprise of:

The installation and maintenance of IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) and ELV (Extra-Low Voltage) systems.

We involve several steps and considerations. Here is a general overview of the process:

  1. Planning and Design: The first step is to plan and design the IPTV and ELV systems based on the specific requirements of the building or project. This includes determining the desired functionalities, system capacity, network infrastructure, equipment placement, and integration with other building systems

  2. Procurement of Equipment: Once the system design is finalized, the next step is to procure the necessary equipment and components. This involves sourcing IPTV headend equipment, middleware, set-top boxes (STBs), network switches, servers, cabling, cameras, access control devices, fire alarm systems, and other required ELV components.

  3. Installation and Configuration: Trained technicians install and configure the IPTV and ELV systems. This includes setting up the IPTV headend equipment, encoding and streaming servers, middleware servers, network infrastructure, cabling, STBs, cameras, access control devices, and other components. The installation must adhere to industry standards and local regulations

  4. Network Deployment: The network infrastructure for IPTV and ELV systems needs to be properly deployed. This involves configuring routers, switches, and network security measures to ensure proper transmission and access control. Quality of Service (QoS) settings may be configured to prioritize IPTV traffic and optimize network performance.

  5. Testing and Commissioning: Once the installation is complete, thorough testing and commissioning of the IPTV and ELV systems are conducted. This includes testing the functionality and performance of each component, ensuring seamless integration, conducting network and security tests, and verifying system reliability.

  6. User Training: Users, such as building operators, security personnel, and end-users, may require training on how to operate and utilize the IPTV and ELV systems effectively. Training sessions should cover system functionalities, user interfaces, troubleshooting procedures, and emergency protocols.

  7. Ongoing Maintenance and Support: Regular maintenance is essential for the optimal performance of IPTV and ELV systems. This involves periodic inspections, equipment maintenance, firmware updates, software upgrades, and addressing any issues or malfunctions that may arise. Service-level agreements (SLAs) may be established with maintenance providers to ensure timely support and system upkeep.


It’s important to note that the installation and maintenance processes can vary depending on the complexity of the project, the specific requirements of the building or organization, and the expertise of the chosen system integrator or service provider. It is recommended to engage experienced professionals with expertise in IPTV and ELV systems for efficient installation, reliable operation, and prompt support. Compliance with local regulations and standards is crucial throughout the process.