Puget Sound Business Journal – July 6, 2018
Nelson Electric’s own lighting, network cabling and low-voltage systems design engineers, Geoff Newman, for the Puget Sound Business Journal
In today’s commercial structures, getting “powered up” is not always about installing bulky runs of thick copper wires.
The electrical infrastructure, which was the standard for 100-plus years, is being replaced.
Yes, massive copper wires are still used as the base-source for carrying power to buildings. But these days, when new structures are built or old structures are retrofitted, “power over ethernet” (POE) is used for many of the energy necessities that stretch beyond the base power core.