1. What Does ‘Low Voltage’ Actually Mean?
Low voltage is a marking that signifies that something consumes less electricity than a standard wall socket. Typically, this implies they have a transformer or step-down mechanism that decreases the voltage to a significantly lower level, making it considerably safer to use.
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2. What Are Low Voltage Systems?
Low voltage systems are made up of electrical devices that utilise 50 volts (V) or less of power; commonly employed low voltages include 48 V, 24 V, and 12 V. Doorbells, home security sensors, garage door openers, thermostats, and landscape lighting are all residential examples of low voltage systems.
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Electrical industry is one of the most important sectors of our society, it ensures that all the electric and power requirements of the consumers are met efficiently and on time. To understand the basics of low voltage power distribution systems, one must have a comprehensive understanding of all the components of a distribution systems like feeders, distributers, server mains, etc.
In addition, it is imperative to comprehend the scheme of connection followed in a low voltage power distribution systems like ring main unit, inter-connected system, radial system and more also hold importance in ensuring that the system is running effectively. At Schneider electric India, we offer a variety of electrical distribution systems and products like switchboards, panel boards, enclosures and more.