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  • Cabinet Being Prepared For Rack Installation
    Cabinet Being Prepared For Rack Installation

    Cabinet Being Prepared For Rack Installation

    A Jay Stanley & Associates technician expands the wiring channel in preparation for installation of the audiovisual equipment rack.
  • Technicians Install Projection Screen
    Technicians Install Projection Screen

    Technicians Install Projection Screen

    Scaffolding is used in order to install the projection screen at the appropriate height in this sanctuary. On each side of the stage, line array speakers have been installed and preparation has begun for installation of two subwoofers.
  • System Upgrade Field Wiring Diagram
    System Upgrade Field Wiring Diagram

    System Upgrade Field Wiring Diagram

    Comprehensive system wiring diagrams are created for every project we perform. This system upgrade drawing includes every field component including existing products. In addition to helping our technicians install the system, this type of drawing helps us provide efficient and timely support.
  • Document Camera Cart Is Configured For On Site Installation
    Document Camera Cart Is Configured For On Site Installation

    Document Camera Cart Is Configured For On Site Installation

    The cables that connect this document camera to the system are reconfigured so that the cart can be positioned around the room.
  • Field Wiring Diagram
    Field Wiring Diagram

    Field Wiring Diagram

    This field wiring diagram shows every cable and component to be installed. Wiring diagrams like this are important for efficiency during the design, installation, and support phases. All changes during project implementation are added to the drawing to ensure 100% accuracy.

Installation begins with wall plates, speakers, and other “field” components. These are wired so that they are ready to be connected when the main system components arrive on the job site. Once all system components have been delivered to the job site, a technician connects the field components.

At this point, the technician will conduct preliminary quality control. The basic functions of the system will be run through and all field components will be tested. Since the system has already been set up and tested in our workshop, the technician knows that issues discovered at this quality control checkpoint are likely to be in field cabling or field components which allows them to diagnose issues efficiently.

After installation, QUALITY CONTROL begins.

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