Top Low Voltage Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Low Voltage Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Low Voltage Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 8.8% of Low Voltage Technician resumes contained Fiber Optic as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Low Voltage Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Low Voltage Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Fiber Optic

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Here's how Fiber Optic is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Design, Installation and maintenance of vertical and horizontal Structured Wiring Cat 5e for LAN/WAN, fiber optic for nationwide Intranet.
  • Work consisted of installation of low voltage wiring, data backbones, surveillance, slot tracking, and fiber optic systems.
  • Received certs in fire alarm, powder actuated tools, fiber optics, fork lift, scissor lift and boom.
  • Performed Low voltage wiring tasks, including cat 6, fiber optics, and wiring harnesses for rockets at ULA.
  • Job Leader working on commercial data and networking projects responsible for terminating of fiber optics and cat 5-6 cable.
  • Installed cable TV and telephone lines as well as trained on installation and termination of fiber optic cable.
  • Performed numerous structured cabling duties to include data, phone, audio/video, cable and fiber optics.
  • Installed cat 6 horizontal station cable, backbone cable, fiber optic cable and inner duct.
  • Installed and terminated fiber optic, cat-6, speakers, coax, and power cables.
  • Performed corrective and preventive maintenance on fiber optic, pathways, and cabling.
  • Executed fiber optic terminations and testing for 9 Million feet of installed cable.
  • Pulled and installed low voltage cable as well as terminated fiber optic cable.
  • Install, terminate and test low voltage cable and fiber optic cables.
  • Install cable, conduit or fiber optic runs in businesses and homes.
  • Voice, Data & Video, Fiber Optic* Estimated with McCormick's Software
  • Wire mapping for installation of fiber optic and twisted pair cable.
  • Pulled Cat 5, fiber optic, and speaker cable.
  • Worked with Fiber Optic backbone to include running and terminating.
  • Worked with fiber optics, installation to termination and testing
  • Pull, install, and maintain fiber optic systems.

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2. Security Cameras

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Here's how Security Cameras is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed security cameras, monitors, surveillance at various retailers
  • Installed and maintained security cameras according to specified standard.
  • Install security cameras for business and residential
  • Installed and programmed security cameras/systems.
  • Installed and terminated voice, data, security cameras, alarm panels, alarm contacts, sirens, motion detector.
  • Repair and install network devices such as security cameras, phones, and door access systems throughout Collier County.
  • Installed, aimed and troubleshot security cameras, glass breaks and laser detection systems.
  • Installed security cameras, all wiring and programs for remote viewing.
  • Installed security cameras and door contacts.
  • Installed security cameras to code.
  • Install switches and security cameras.
  • Installed home and business security alarms and security cameras.
  • install and repair security cameras for residential neighborhoods.
  • Pull and termination of Coax Cable, Cat 5, Cat 6.Install SpeakersInstall TV MountsInstall Security Cameras
  • run wire for security cameras and install said cameras via power and video connections .
  • Prepped mounted, and installed speakers/surround soundMounted televisionsBuilt enertaiment racksFamiliar with Savant, Sonos, and Nest ProInstalled security cameras/motion detectors/glass break

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3. Cctv

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Here's how Cctv is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Install and service CCTV and electrical maintenance * Service fire, Security, Network, Card Access Systems
  • Install Computer network, CCTV, Phone, Cable, Satellite and whole-house audio systems.
  • Installed and serviced phone, data, CCTV, security and A/V theater Systems.
  • Installed and serviced fire alarm, Burglar, Card Access, and CCTV systems.
  • Contract job, Infinite Energy Center, Installed DKS 1835 Systems and CCTV.
  • Installed fire alarm, CCTV, and access systems in commercial buildings.
  • Installed voice and data, fire alarm, clock and CCTV systems.
  • Complete Installs and Configuration of CCTV/Surveillance and Point of Sales.
  • Provide testing, analysis, and repair of CCTV systems.
  • Pulled cables, Set up CCTV systems and mounted cameras.
  • Install, troubleshoot and repair CCTV systems.
  • Lead Tech on Voice & Data, Fiber optics, Networks, and CCTV.
  • Installed Rack System, Alarm System, CCTV System, P.A.
  • Installed Bosch CCTV equipment (UTP and fiber).
  • Installed commercial CATV, CCTV, and more.
  • Build racks for CCTV using cat 5 cabling.
  • Install Camera's/ Audio/ CCTV/WifiPulling cableReading Blueprint's
  • Wired new home Structures and existing homes for cable television, telephones, CCTV sercurity cameras, and intercoms.
  • Cable drops, installation of face plates in correlation with dataconnections, CCTV, and wireless access points.
  • Work from blueprints to install voice data and CCTV utilizing twisted pair, fibre and coax cables.

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4. Security Systems

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Here's how Security Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Maintained temporary services of existing security systems during the integration of new, ensuring client satisfaction and property protection.
  • Install security systems for commercial and residential customers.
  • Assisted with commercial and industrial security systems.
  • Activated security systems with Monitoring station.
  • Installed security systems and cameras.
  • Performed inspections, service work and responded to emergency calls on fire alarm, fire suppression systems and security systems.
  • Installed security cameras and servers HISD schools which involved running cable and conduit and electrical wiring of security systems.
  • Installed, tested and troubleshot, video, data/phone, fire alarms, security systems and wireless access points.
  • Installed structured cabling systems for networks, cameras and security systems at over 15 sites in the first year.
  • Satellite dish installation, custom home theaters, security systems, phone and data for residential and commercial spaces.
  • Trained and certified in DSC security systems as well as Life-ware home automation and On-Q structure wiring products.
  • Job duties include but not limited to installation and programming of security systems both residential and commercial.
  • Examine fire alarm and security systems; to locate problems such as loose connections or broken insulation.
  • Installed CCTV and security systems (glass break, motion sensors, fire detectors etc.)
  • Installed and programmed security systems while using a variety of sensors, both wired and wireless.
  • Installed, serviced and maintained all facets of security systems for residential / commercial sites.
  • Installed infrastructure for home security systems, and security cameras; along with home theaters.
  • Tested circuits, drilled holes, repaired security systems and visited installation sites.
  • Lead tech at Tech Inc. president's residence on audio/video/CATV/Satellite and security systems.
  • Install and maintain commercial fire alarms, office networks and security systems.

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5. Access Control

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Here's how Access Control is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Structured cabling-Access Control-Audio Visual-Basic IT-Video Surveillance -Intrusion Alarm systems-Fire Alarm Systems-Customer consulting and Surveying.
  • Installed and programmed security cameras and access control units.
  • Install and service alarms, cameras, access control system, network, home animation, audio system and lightning system.
  • Keep County Surveillance, Burglar, Fire, Access Control and phone systems up and running for over 200 plus facilities.
  • Test wires that were installed, cameras, access control systems, speaker systems, and other related systems and equipment.
  • Installed and Serviced surveillance, security, access control, POS and Audio/Video systems in both Commercial and Residential structures.
  • Installed and serviced commercial and residential fire alarms, residential security systems, access control, home audio systems.
  • Installed audio, video, CCTV, Access Control systems, and security systems in residential and commercial applications.
  • Installed and removed Data/Voice/CCTV/Access Control systems, including pulling wire, device termination, and mounting back boxes.
  • Installed and Serviced security, access control, surveillance, audio/video, lighting control and automation systems.
  • Wire and install security, camera, fire and access control systems in commercial and residential buildings.
  • Install and trouble shoot fire alarm systems, intercom systems, access control, and security systems.
  • Worked on and installed fire and security alarms, nurse calls, access controls and video surveillance systems
  • Performed service on various systems including security, access control, surveillance, Fire and POS.
  • Install and service residential and commercial security, CCTV, access control and fire detection systems.
  • Worked with clients to design and install CCTV, fire alarm, and Access Control systems.
  • Required Skills: Security systems, anti-Theft & anti-Fire, CCTV, Access Control.
  • Access control, cable management, cat 6 cat 5, knowledge of terminations,
  • Assisted with the installation of Security, Commercial Fire, and Access Control systems.
  • Installed data, fire alarms, access control, CCTV, and security systems

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6. Cat5

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Here's how Cat5 is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Performed Cat5 cable runs from MDF (Main Distribution Frame) to various locations throughout the site for voice and data.
  • Work in different construction sites installing, terminating and testing low voltage cables including cat5&6 and fiber optic cables.
  • Install and terminate Cat5/6 Cabling throughout commercial settings such as: office buildings, schools, hospitals, retail stores.
  • Perform Cat3/Cat5 Data and Voice system installations, ISP/OSP/UG facility premise wiring and cable plant, service and repair.
  • Pulled and terminated cat5/5e, fiber, Rg6, in commercial environments.
  • Pulled and routed CAT5 or CAT 6 cable in a commercial environment.
  • Trim plates, connections for cat5, coax, and security.
  • Pulled CAT5E to server rooms through walls/ceilings.
  • Terminated and labeled Cat5 cable.
  • Run Cable for HD/TV and run cat5 for speakers.
  • Installed mostly RJ45's and RL5 CAT5 Jacks.
  • Test CAT5e and 6 cables.
  • Pulled, terminated and tested, certified CAT5E, Coax, and more Assisted with high voltage installs; I.R.
  • Installed security cameras, speakers, theater size screens, projectors Ran Cat5, Conduit, and Speaker wires
  • Cable pulling and termination ( Cat5-6e, fiber optic, fire alarm, telephone)
  • help wire cat5, cat5e, cat 6e, and fiber *troubleshoot cable problems

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7. Video Cameras

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Here's how Video Cameras is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Mounted and fastened control panels, video cameras, projectors, screens, speakers and microphones.
  • Mount and fasten control panels, door and window contacts, motion or image sensors, and video cameras.
  • Mounted control panels, wiring, sensors, window contacts and video cameras.
  • Captured and recorded interactions between dolphins and guests using Sony HD video cameras.
  • Mounted and fastened control panels, sensors and video cameras.
  • Mount and fasten control panels, door and window contacts, sensors, or video cameras.

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Prioritize customer service by providing fast resolutions resulting in high overall satisfaction by faculty.
  • Complete end-to-end installations unsupervised - praised for superior customer service skills.
  • Provided excellent customer service and maintained strict confidentiality for all clients.
  • Provide premier customer service to customers to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Assured quality customer service for customers.
  • Greeted customers with exceptional customer service skills
  • Provided excellent customer services to all customers
  • Change oil, vacuum cars, clean windows, top offs, clean store, customer service, and work safely.
  • Resolve questions and issues with home owners and/or management quickly and efficiently with the highest degree of customer service.
  • Change oil and filter, vacuum out cars, wash windows, clean up, customer service and cashier
  • Developed excellent customer service skills and was able to communicate to customers in a language they could understand.
  • Provide customer service and support to numerous telephone/voice mail system users in the greater New England area.
  • Change oil, customer service, responsible for maintaining cleanliness of work area.
  • Maintain satisfaction records, constantly seeking new ways to improve customer service.
  • Help maintain a hazard-free work zone, while providing excellent customer service.
  • Recognized for excellence in customer service based on client server feedback.
  • Provided customer service skills when greeting customers and managing their concerns.
  • Tire balancing, mounting and flat repairs, cashiering, customer service
  • Interact and communicate with customers and provide great customer service.
  • Provide prompt, courteous and professional customer service to clients.

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9. Alarm Systems

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Here's how Alarm Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Programmed and installed Security and Fire Alarm Systems both manually and electronically via Laptop computer.
  • Installed and activated residential and business alarm systems.
  • Monitored security and fire alarm systems.
  • Installed many systems such as: electric keypad door lock system, nurse call systems, and fire alarm systems.
  • Perform installation, service and repairs on electronic fire alarm systems and other related building system product at customer sites.
  • Worked with city inspectors and state fire marshal to perform life safety tests on new fire alarm systems.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot 24volt circuits Install and maintain Class A/Class B fire alarm systems.
  • Installed, serviced, and repair of low voltage fire alarm systems and security & communication systems.
  • Experienced in the installation of HVAC control, intercom, nurse call and security alarm systems.
  • Installed new alarm systems, CCTV equipment, and patch panels in residential and commercial environments.
  • Responded to Public address service calls for various wiring needs, and installed fire alarm systems.
  • Installed 200+ security and fire alarm systems for private, commercial, and government clients.
  • Handled service calls for customers with problems, troubleshooting or maintenance of their alarm systems.
  • Worked with electrical diagrams for paging, door access, and fire alarm systems.
  • Experience in Fire Alarm Systems, CCTV, Burglar Alarm and any Cabling Solutions.
  • Installed intercoms, commercial and residential alarm systems, central vac systems and CCTV.
  • Install, troubleshoot fire/burglar alarm systems, speakers, DVR's, and cameras.
  • Install, test, inspect, and maintain the fire alarm systems and electronics.
  • Provide clients with proper installation, maintenance, and service of Fire Alarm systems.
  • Nurse Call installation and troubleshoot, phone line troubleshooting on fire alarm systems.

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10. Cat6

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Here's how Cat6 is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Install CAT6 cables to the main closet and terminate it on particular racks on the 48 patch panel.
  • Performed structured cabling (Cat5 and Cat6), fiber optic installation, and terminations and repair functions.
  • Establish phone and data networks by running, pulling, and terminating cables, cat5e and cat6.
  • Install telephone, internet and video, using coax, and or cat5, cat5e cat6.
  • Identify, pull and label cat3, cat5, cat6, and fiber optic cables.
  • Design cable routing, troubleshooting and testing of Cat5, Cat6, RG6 and more.
  • Install wireless internet using cat6 as well as improve the Wi-Fi connection running rg6.
  • Install data systems including Cat5 Cat6 and Fiber Optic cabling via commercial buildings only.
  • Pull and route CAT 5 and CAT6 cables in a new construction commercial environment.
  • Installed and maintained CAT5e, CAT6, and fiber optic cabling for computer networking.
  • Do everything from building and installing cable tray to installing fiber optic and cat5/cat6.
  • Pull and terminate CAT5 and CAT6 cabling in structured D Ring and cabinet closets.
  • Pulled cat6 and coax from IDF room to locations for termination utilizing blueprints.
  • Wire pulling and termination cat5, cat6, coax at various commercial locations
  • Punched down CAT5/CAT6 cables to punch block and intercom patch panels.
  • Install punch down blocks and cat5/cat63 onto punch down blocks.
  • Structured Wiring knowledge of installation of CAT6 wiring and testing.
  • Installed Cat5e and Cat6 in retail and a warehouse environment
  • Terminated dressed and tested CAT5 Cat6 and fiber.
  • Take Cat5/Cat6/Fiber Optics from rack to jack.

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11. Patch Panels

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Here's how Patch Panels is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Build out data rooms, dressing cable, terminating patch panels, cross connect, and extend T1.
  • Rack and stack work, closet work, putting together server racks, and patch panels.
  • Install rack components, fiber tray, voice and data switches and patch panels.
  • Dress and terminate distribution frames (66, 110 blocks and patch panels).
  • Installed networking cabling, connectors, patch panels, and cabinets/rack systems.
  • Terminated, connected, and or punched down to patch panels.
  • Terminated wires in patch panels, wall jacks with RJ-45 ends.
  • Copper Testing, Splicing, Racking and Stacking, Patch Panels.
  • Install patch panels, dress in cables, terminate patch panels.
  • Installed switches, patch panels, wireless access points etc.
  • Installed racks and patch panels in computer rooms.
  • Terminated Data & Voice into patch panels.
  • Install and terminate racks and patch panels.
  • Install of Patch Panels, Punch Downs, 66/110 blocks, 110-patch panels, various voice and data jacks.
  • Terminated in closets on 24 and 48 port patch panels, 110 and 66 blocks.
  • Installed Fiber boxes, patch panels, switches, & UPS's.
  • Pulled and terminated Cat 5 cable at punchdown blocks, patch panels, and outlets at Sushi Roku.
  • Dressed and terminated distribution frames (66 or 110 blocks, patch panels) Tested cable/troubleshoot networking issues.
  • Patch panels, 66blocks , RG6,RG8 terminations
  • Tested Telephone and computer jack cable signals to patch panels in telecom wiring closet.

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12. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Trouble shooting wiring issues, hardware issues, and customer training was a large part of my job.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of a wide variety of problematic audio and video systems.
  • Trouble shooting of damaged wires and connections at both panel and jack locations.
  • Trouble shooting wire runs drilling though walls, door jams and brick/cement.
  • Trouble shooting skills and experience at meeting deadlines and following schedules.
  • Completed service call for any trouble shooting problems for customers.
  • Performed testing, trouble shooting, and repair of cable.
  • Fire alarm installs and trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting here and there.
  • Key in programing, trouble shooting, and networking voice and data cabling for commercial and residential properties.
  • Assess project scope, determine team timelines, active trouble shooting skills.
  • Installed Cat 6 with termination, testing, trouble shooting Installed of mounting racks and panel Read blue prints/floor plans
  • Installed CAT 3, CAT 5, fiber optics and low voltage systems Trouble shooting systems Designed new systems
  • Trouble shooting * Reading blue prints * Installing devices Experience

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13. Voltage Technician

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Here's how Voltage Technician is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Worked as a low voltage technician, installing all wiring and electronics in new home constructions and home remodels.
  • Served as a Low Voltage Technician for an up and coming Service Provider, GCS.
  • Prepare paperwork and answer telephone calls.Low Voltage Technician
  • Work in On-call rotation Lead Low Voltage Technician

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14. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Updated and maintained existing high voltage standard operating procedures.
  • Attended high voltage safety courses and obtained certification.
  • Install and remove high voltage and low voltage wire, switches and receptacles in new and existing residential and commercial structures.
  • Completed high voltage class at IEC of Cincinnati, and have field experience working with high voltage as well.
  • Assisted the company s high voltage department in wiring electrical panels, pulling wire, and terminating outlets.
  • Brief training in high voltage, live/hot wires for controlled lighting.

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15. Oil Filter

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Here's how Oil Filter is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Moved up to a lower bay technician, which included me draining oil, and replacing the oil filter.
  • Changed oil in all vehicles, changed oil filters, cleaned oil spills, and topped off fluids.
  • Drain oil put on oil filters seal system and change differential and manual transmission fluid as requested
  • Job title and Responsibilities: Lower Bay Tech: Keeping oil, oil filters, diff.
  • Checked and serviced all fluid levels if needed, installed new air filters and oil filters.
  • Drain oil remove old oil filter replace with new make sure old gasket was off.
  • Lower Bay Tech * Change oil filters as well as gas filters.
  • Opened oil pans, drained oil and changed oil filters.
  • Replace air/ cabin/ oil filters Greet customers/ provide courtesy cleanings.
  • Take off old oil filter and put on new filter.
  • Replace oil and oil filter with new.
  • Drain oil lube grease fittings change oil filter
  • Drain Oil and Replace Oil Filter.
  • Change oil and oil filter.
  • Change oil, oil filter, drain plug, etc.
  • Lower bay Tech: Vehicle Check for leakage, oil filter drain and change, Quality vehicle re-inspection.
  • Drain oil from customers vehicles and replace oil filter.
  • Greeted customers, washed windows and vacuumed interior, removed oil filters, inspected and replaced drain if needed.
  • Replaced old oil * Replaced old oil filter * Topped off all fluids under the hood
  • Greeted Customers Changed Oil and Oil filters Vacuum Vehicles Properly inflate tires

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16. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed commercial and residential video, telephony, and internet services
  • Retrofitted schools for Internet access capabilities.
  • Connect home units to outside cable lines, runs new lines when necessary, and configure cable boxes and Internet modems.
  • Drive to customers houses and help them with any problems they were having with their cable, or internet.
  • Punched down internet and phone jacks, punched down blocks and assist with splicing in fiber optic.
  • Installed residential and commercial properties with digital cable, high speed internet, and telephone services.
  • Led crews in installation of cable, telephony service, internet, and tap audit projects.
  • Install and Repair fiber internet, television, and phones for businesses and residential.
  • Satellite, cable, internet and network wiring and connections.
  • Install residential and Commercial Satellite Internet using Cat5.
  • Assisted room guest with trouble shooting internet difficulties.
  • Installed data cables for phone and internet.
  • Cable, phone, security, internet
  • Pull phone, internet, fiber optic, TV and PA cable.
  • Network cable installation Internet DSL setup and configuration.
  • Install phone, tv, and internet services to residential and commercial areas.Training/Registration: Unlicensed power limited tech and D.O.T.
  • Installed Internet, Phone service, and Cable Kept clean and safe work environment Customer interaction daily

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17. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Provided oil changes, analyzed vehicles for preventive maintenance analysis.
  • Serviced air conditioning, radiator coolant exchanges, oil changes, tire rotations, and cleanliness of customer vehicles.
  • Perform oil changes and fluid flushes, maintain and keep lower bays clean.
  • Preform oil changes, check fluids, general auto maintenance work.
  • Performed oil changes, transmission services, and gear box services.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, such as oil changes and transmission flushes
  • Performed oil changes and other various services on guests vehicles.
  • Oil changes, differential and transfer case flushes.
  • Performed oil changes and replaced oil filters.
  • Recommended oil changes, filter changes and general maintenance including pvc valves and other duties consistent with car maintenance.
  • oil changes, fuel filter replacement, transmission Filter and gasket replacement, gearbox fluid service, battery replacement.
  • Performed oil changes, filter replacements, and lube services on hundreds of vehicleswith very low return rate.
  • Perform various services on vehicles ie: tire rotations, oil changes, coolant changes, etc.
  • Completed oil changes on a variety of make and model vehicles not including commercial vehicles.
  • Oil Changes, Rotating Tires, Vaccuming Interior, Cleaning Windows, Mopping Lower Bay Floor
  • Lower Bay Tech * Perform oil changes, Vehicle inspections, Chasis Lubrication.
  • Performed oil changes, fuel injections, radiator flushes and lube chasse.
  • perform oil checks and oil changes in a variety of automotive vehicles.
  • Oil changes and Preventive Maintenance Assist with other duties as needed
  • Do oil changes change fuel filters put away stock an tools

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18. Intercom Systems

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Here's how Intercom Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed low voltage cabling for hospital call light, intercom systems, exit signs, & various systems.
  • Installed central vacuum systems, intercom systems, structured wiring systems and home networks.
  • Install fire alarms, intercom systems, and security systems for Mesa Public Schools
  • Installed fire alarm, security, and intercom systems into commercial buildings.
  • Experience with installation of Grey Fox, Nutone, and GE Smart Com intercom systems
  • Install ip security cameras, work on intercom systems.
  • Installed and serviced Rauland Telecenter intercom systems in schools.

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19. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Work experience to include tenant improvement, new construction, remodels of hospitals, restaurants and industrial.
  • Installed in new construction and existing facilities such as schools, hospitals and hotels.
  • Experience in pulling wire in new construction in residential and commercial settings.
  • Pulled through existing portion of the school & new construction.
  • Worked under new construction, existing construction and live environment.
  • Cable installation for all new construction and existing locations.
  • Installed low voltage wiring for new construction.
  • Installed low voltage wiring for Home Automation systems inresidential and commercial new construction.
  • Worked in data center, new construction, and cleanroom/occupied environments.
  • Pre-wired new construction and existing residential homes and condos.
  • Install low voltage systems in new construction and old construction Troubleshoot problems in operating systems Program low voltage electrical systems
  • Experience in marriot and Westin new construction high rises as well as pinellas county schools.

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20. IP

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Here's how IP is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Plan installations by surveying and evaluating location; identifying installation requirements; laying-out equipment and wiring plan.
  • Tested and modified operational electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry in industrial and commercial plants.
  • Operated and maintained electronic transmitting and receiving equipment, as well as digital and analog computers.
  • Maintain positive home owner relationships through frequent communication and addressing any open issues.
  • Perform analysis, repair and installation of security system equipment, and telecommunications equipment
  • Worked with colleagues to develop innovative and collaborative lessons that integrate across disciplines.
  • Perform Internet, communications equipment installation, troubleshooting and repair for residential customers.
  • Coordinated with other crew-members to accomplish complex wire pulls and equipment installations.
  • Skilled placement, termination and testing of communication wiring and equipment.
  • Repaired electrical and electronic problems in commercial and industrial equipment.
  • Diagnosed equipment malfunctions by repairing voice and data equipment.
  • Monitored all installed network equipment during clients store openings.
  • Installed electronic equipment for residential and commercial customers.
  • Install WiFi access points and telecommunications closet equipment.
  • Documented all maintenance and repairs performed on equipment.
  • Provided assistance to customers in operating equipment.
  • Rack mounting electronic equipment to manufacturers specifications.
  • Diagnosed, replaced or repaired defective equipment.
  • Track equipment inventory and other storekeeper functions.
  • Develop and maintain business to business relationships.

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21. RG6

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Here's how RG6 is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed cable tray, pulled and terminated CAT 6, RG6 and fiber optics cable and restored and built communication rooms.
  • Installed new RG6 lines for MDU locations by tagging and labeling each line for proper installation at a later date.
  • Assisted by pulling RG6 and cat 6 lines throughout installed conduit and flex cable.
  • Run cat 5,6, rg6, banana cable, security wire, fiber optics, NAC and SLC circuits.
  • Cable run Cat 3, 4, 5, 6, rg6, rg11.
  • Pulled and Installed CAT 5 and RG6 cable through rafters in track homes throughout the low desert of Southern California.

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22. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Worked both inside and outside, in all kinds of weather, using various hand tools.
  • Installed electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus, and fixtures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Maintain inventory of low voltage supplies and hand tools and assisted with special electrical project executions.
  • Use a variety of hand tools to complete assigned tasks.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, and testing instruments.
  • Appropriate Low Voltage hand tools, testers.
  • Use own basic hand tools and power tools to cut, drill, and screw.
  • Use of all hand tools, ladders and lifts.
  • Skilled in the use of all hand tools, crimpers etc.
  • Work alone or with team as requiredUse hand tools and power tools as requiredInstall peripheral services.
  • Cat 6 * RG 6 and RG 11 * Terminating Jacks * Punch Downs * Hand Tools, Drills
  • Boom lift Basic Hand Tools Pulling Cable Hilti Certified Test and Terminate Cables

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23. Nurse Call

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Here's how Nurse Call is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Install SARA servers for retirement communities which integrate nurse call and fire systems into one system for monitoring and alerting.
  • Worked on construction sites installing a/v, fire alarm, paging, intercom, and nurse call systems.
  • Installed nurse call and paging system in 300+ bed hospital expansion.
  • Installed phone lines and nurse calling systems for patients to utilize.
  • Installed nurse call and patient station devices in hospitals.
  • Install fire alarms, nurse call, voice and data, some high voltage.
  • Install and service fire lite and notifier fire panels, tek tone nurse call systems.
  • Completed and maintained the nurse call and fire safety systems at Hoag Hospital.
  • Worked on Nurse Call systems when with Stansell Electric
  • Install nurse call system, pull cable , trouble shoot, install can.

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24. Air Filters

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Here's how Air Filters is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Oil and filter drain and fill, diff services, air filters, cleaning, and light repairs
  • Change out fuel filter and air filters.
  • Check tire pressure, changed air filters, pcv valves, and head lights.
  • Changed Engine & Cabin Air filters Fluid Changes Washed Windows Vacuumed customer vehicles
  • Change spark plugs, fuel filters, air filters, and batteries in hybrid electric vehicles.

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25. Phone System

average Demand
Here's how Phone System is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Programmed and installed wireless microphone systems including antenna's.
  • Repaired, maintained and installed a variety of commercial security systems; surround sound studios, and cable/phone systems.
  • Install data cable terminate it, Program phone system, and some networking.
  • Versed in fiber, copper, alarm, security camera and phone systems.
  • Install phone systems, fiber optics, and communication cables and lines.
  • Complete set up of COVAD phone systems CCTV on a single remote.
  • Assemble and configure hardware and software for digital and analog telephone systems.
  • Perform Telephone Systems basic installation and wiring of phone systems.
  • Educate customer about internet, television, and phone systems.
  • Fire Detection and Telephone system installation and testing.
  • Fire alarm systems, networking, phone systems.
  • Install Telephone systems that consist of V.O.I.P.
  • Install data cable, phone cable, and phone systems.
  • Worked with phone systems like Nortel, which included the programming, and connection of phone sets.
  • Drive company vehicle Review hardware inventory Install cables throughout buildings Repair damaged wires and telephones Assist in connecting new phone systems

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26. Service Calls

average Demand
Here's how Service Calls is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Completed service calls to clientele with damaged parts or a partial working system and would fix it for them.
  • Performed troubleshooting on wiring, devices, computers, networks, control panels, and power on service calls.
  • Answered service calls to the hotel casinos when there was an issue with a customer television order system.
  • Corrected all issues on the spot which in turn reduced service calls and vehicle wear and tear.
  • Service Manager: Manage and schedule technicians for all service calls for the company.
  • Read blue prints, delivering parts interact with the customer, do service calls
  • Conduct service calls, upgrades, and troubleshooting of existing equipment.
  • Displayed superior customer service skills when providing in home service calls.
  • Preformed service calls on all new and existing systems.
  • Work range as follows:Service calls and repairs.
  • Completed service calls, troubleshooting, and repairs.
  • Respond to emergency service calls as necessary.
  • Service calls and customer service.
  • Service calls with troubleshooting skills.
  • Reduced service calls to new service customers by ensuring proper pre-wiring met new standards within the company.
  • Responded to service calls on various systems including fire lite, notifier, silent knight, edwards.
  • Responded to emergency service calls as necessary, traveling to jobsites as needed.

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27. Camera Systems

average Demand
Here's how Camera Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed, serviced, removed, and updated the security camera systems for Wal-Mart stores throughout the country.
  • Experience installing surveillance camera systems, from installation of cables, to mounting cameras in ceilings and walls.
  • Install and trouble shoot camera systems, card access systems, and alarm systems.
  • Run CAT 6 and fiber cabling systems Install servers and camera systems
  • performed service on fire alarm systems, assisted with repairs to security, camera systems, and gate controllers
  • Install Camera systems, and Alarm systems - Ground phone systems, cable running, terminating various cables.
  • Installed camera systems and alarm systems Installed all types of low voltage cable for many applications
  • Program Managed switches and created 10Gig LANs for Digital Watchdog IP camera systems.
  • Install and service verint dvr network camera systems.

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28. IDF

average Demand
Here's how IDF is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed 70 volt speakers, dressed cables in IDF rooms, installed wall plates, terminated jacks and coax connectors.
  • Pull and install Cat 6+ cable from IDF to designated locations.
  • Terminated and tested cables from pull point back to IDF closet.
  • Installed and tested copper and fiber optic cable to MDF/IDF.
  • Install route, troubleshoot voice data and video from IDF/MDF.
  • Installed 3 Security Boxes in each IDF.
  • Dressed and terminated Com/IDF rooms.
  • Installed Black Boxes (IDF) on walls to shorten runs.
  • Install fiber optic cable from MDF to IDF.
  • Pulled backbone from MDF to IDF.
  • Installed all voice data video in Southern California, terminated all low voltage cables from station locations toIDF, and MDF.
  • Cable labeling at IDF and remote locations * Cable testing using Fluke diagnostic tools.
  • Provide backboard, MPOE/DEMARC, IDF, Telco -Equipment Closet upgrading and repair.
  • Test, install and take down Aps throughout the schools, Set up IDF'S and MDF'S.
  • Assisted in pulling in armor fiber for 15 IDFs, and the MDF.

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29. A/V

average Demand
Here's how A/V is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Fire alarm-A/V System; Maintenance; Riser Installation and Management; Phone and Data
  • Installed A/V systems for federal government organizations and private businesses.
  • Assemble, install, wire, troubleshoot and service Direct TV satellites, receivers, Wi-Fi networks and A/V equipment.
  • Perform installation, drops, termination, and troubleshooting of CAT 6, fiber optic and specialty A/V wires.
  • Installed other A/V components such as monitors, projectors, projector screens, speakers, and other rack equipment.
  • Maintained and serviced office equipment to include desktops, laptops, printers, fax machines and A/V equipment.

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30. Card Readers

low Demand
Here's how Card Readers is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Pulled commercial security infrastructure and installed devices; cameras, motion sensors, card readers.
  • Installed card readers and door sensors.
  • Card readers, Mag Locks.
  • Complete ground-up wiring to including pulling cable, terminating and testing for AV, networking, card readers and etc.
  • Install card readers a security camerasPull cables and terminate Stock and organize all supplies and tools
  • Installed Maxxess and Imron Access systems, Paging systems, Card readers, Keyswitchs, Relays, and Timers.

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31. DVR

low Demand
Here's how DVR is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Job also consisted of mounting racks and DVR's, testing cable and focusing cameras to customer satisfaction.
  • Contacted the service center to confirm that the DVR was swapped out correctly.
  • Add DVR, HD, MTA, D3, WIFI devices per customer request.
  • Install and service electronic equipment or instruments such as television, home audio, and dvr's.
  • Set up monitor and dvr.
  • Have experience in HVR's, DVR's, , fire alarm & burg panels, & read blueprints.
  • Included all necessary cabling into monitors, VCRs and DVRs
  • Install andMaintain CCTV systems including networked DVRs, stationary cameras and PTZCameras.
  • Install nvr/dvr/dvd as needed from customer requests.
  • Install cameras & dvr setup Security cameras Cableing and Install cable molding

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32. Control Panels

low Demand
Here's how Control Panels is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Provided quarterly inspections and maintenance of fire alarm control panels along with final testing and inspections.
  • Installed Fire Alarm control panels for class A or Class B systems.
  • Assisted with programming of control panels.
  • Programmed alarms and control panels.
  • Terminated wiring on control panels.
  • Mounted and fastened control panels, sensors and videocameras.
  • Control panels Satellite and GPS systems Complete wiring and installing of PLC's and IB boards Wiring/set up/installation of robotic packaging systems

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33. Tire Rotations

low Demand
Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Performed regular maintenance and intake service ranging from replacing oil to tire rotations
  • Work consisted of tire rotations, replacing belts, servicing differentials, servicing transmissions, and fluid replacement in cars/trucks.
  • Performed many maintenance duties on the vehicles themselves including checking/filling fluid levels, checking filters and tire rotations.
  • Provided customer service; Serviced vehicles including fluid changes, flushes, brake jobs, tire rotations
  • Tire rotations, inspect brakes, differential services, and top off all fluids.
  • Experienced at tire rotations on a wide spectrum of manufacture types.
  • Installed new fuel filters and performed tire rotations.
  • Performed tire Rotations and tune ups.
  • changed oil, checked all fluids,trans and coolant flushes, and tire rotations, worked cash register
  • Replace belts , tire rotations , vehicle Maitnence.

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34. Fluke

low Demand
Here's how Fluke is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Work on Network Testing using Fluke LAN tester to perform analysis and optimize processes as needed.
  • Used the Fluke tester on the cable testing.
  • Core hole drilling, fire-stopping Blue Beam certified, Fluke's fiber and copper certification
  • Tested, labeled, and certified all cables with Fluke testing equipment to make sure all terminations were to TIA/EIA specifications.
  • Performed Krone terminations on CAT6/CAT5 Jacks and Krone Blocks using Fluke devices for troubleshooting.
  • Used Fluke equipment to test phone, data, and fiber optic connections.

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35. Sound Systems

low Demand
Here's how Sound Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed surround sound systems wiring.
  • Install home theatre surround sound systems
  • Installed and repaired home entertainment systems including satellite and high definition antennas and surround sound systems.
  • Installed maintained audio video, Television distribution networks and auditorium sound systems.
  • Installed Muzak sound systems and satellite communication equipment
  • Inspected, repaired, and replaced faulty equipment such as cables, sound systems, alarms, cameras, and associated equipment

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36. Job Site

low Demand
Here's how Job Site is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed, tested and repaired CCTV and DVR systems for various job sites by following blueprints to ensure correct installation locations.
  • Set up job sites and pulled and terminated low voltage wire for fire detection and notification systems in commercial buildings.
  • Worked with inspectors, coordinated with other contractors, and supervised a crew on several of the job sites.
  • Clean up job site, fill out paper work, and update any information pertaining to the days work.
  • Head Tech seeing over two different job sites in the Atlanta metro area.
  • Travel from job site to job site all over the country.
  • Managed job sites in accordance with GC and Clientele instructions.
  • Work on various commercial job sites dealing with data rooms.
  • Worked on commercial, residential, and construction job sites.
  • Trained and leaded other employees on job sites.
  • Run data/coaxial cable on job sites.
  • Find directions to the job site.
  • Attend General contractors job site meetings.
  • Work various job sites in pairs, teams, and solo.
  • Joined superior electricians on many job sites to learn best practices and methods as a benefit for upcoming projects and assignments.
  • Handled paper work, materials and coordinated with customers on some of the job sites.
  • CAT 5 and CAT 6 data cables residenal and commercial job sites.
  • Work at many different job sites gaining praise from most.
  • Install wifi hotspots and cameras on job sites.

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37. MDF

low Demand
Here's how MDF is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Dressed the cable in an existing MDF.
  • Pull 6 to 48 strand fiber from street to MDF in building.
  • Install, design and setup MDF and IDF rooms for voice, video and data systems.
  • Project construction and design of data centers, MDF's and IDF's build- outs.
  • Build, dress and terminate MDF (Main Distribution Frame) room.
  • Managed MDF for all incoming, outbound circuits, cross connects and patches

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38. Pre-Wire

low Demand
Here's how Pre-Wire is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Pre-wired new homes for Cat-S, audio, RG-6 and electronic monitoring systems including motion sensors.
  • Pre-wired the establishments with Cat-5, Cat-5e, Coaxial, and fiber optic cables.
  • Performed site walks with customers to pre-wire, trim out and turn over.
  • Lead Technical Engineer, Lead a crew, installed pre-wire Cat 6.
  • Pre-wired low voltage wiring in structures in construction phase to N.E.C.
  • Pre-wired and installed devices for a variety of different systems.

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39. Osha

low Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Dedicated to completing the project on time, within budget, and in compliance with all OSHA and Company safety guidelines.
  • Hold an OSHA 10Hrs Certification as well as through knowledge of guidelines covering the NEC and TIA/EIA standards
  • Ensured OSHA rules and regulations were compiled and met
  • Read blueprints, familiar with NEC codes, familiar with OSHA standards, ran crews 3-6 big.
  • Completed all testing and Fluke certifying.Journeyman Communications Technician thru IBEW-NECA training program.Received OSHA Safety classes.
  • Supervised and trained less experienced personnel in operation of laboratory standards, developing calibration procedures and OSHA safety policies.

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40. Ladder Racks

low Demand
Here's how Ladder Racks is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Constructed; server racks, cabinets, ladder racks, cable trays, fiber trays and basic path ways.
  • Install and set-up ladder racks, ladder trays, patch panels along with service systems.
  • Installed ladder racks, and AUX Channels.
  • Install cable and ladder racks.
  • Install J-hook paths and cable tray, slings, support rings and ladder racks.

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41. Access Points

low Demand
Here's how Access Points is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Install jacks, face-plates also punch-down at cabinets, cameras, wireless access points, computers and telephone devices.
  • Installed AXIS cameras, Cisco access points, security access and intercom speakers.
  • Repair of Access Points used for wireless transmission.
  • Mount interior wireless access points (W.A.P.)
  • Installed outdoor & indoor Wireless Access Points.
  • Work installing cable and telecommunications components such as wireless access points and security cameras.

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42. Hvac

low Demand
Here's how Hvac is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed and tested Computerized systems for security Access and HVAC operations
  • Maintained communication between HVAC systems and building engineers.
  • Worked with other contractors to integrate fire systems with existing building systems such as elevators and HVAC for control during emergencies.
  • Experienced with HVAC, electronic control systems and components, as well as Uninterrupted Power Supply operation.
  • Assisted in various aspects of HVAC repair, installation and maintenance.
  • Worked as a control technician installing HVAC control systems 3.
  • Serviced hvac systems as well.
  • Pull in all temperature control, lighting controls, and hvac system controls at Fred Myer remodel in Pocatello Idaho.

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43. Voip

low Demand
Here's how Voip is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Led a team of up to four installers that converted several hundred banks on the west coast of Florida to VOIP.
  • Install IP cameras, VOIP phones, T1 extensions, telephone and fiber backbones.
  • Experience with installing voip devices and Cisco switches.
  • Installed VOIP (Avaya).
  • Monitored and identified capacity and performance issues for VoIP traffic to ensure, uninterrupted operation of telephony systems.
  • Lead Technician completed installations of communications work orders including analog/digital sets, video teleconference lines, and VoIP.

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44. Honeywell

low Demand
Here's how Honeywell is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Alarm wire installation including Honeywell alarm panels.
  • Programmed Honeywell Vista Wireless Security Systems.
  • Performed service, installations and upgrades using Honeywell, Ademco, Silent Knight, Burg, and fire panels.
  • Hold an A.C.E license /trained on various alarm systems Honeywell/DSC/GE and Knight.
  • Worked on Lenel , S2, A Mag, Honeywell, security systems.
  • Installed security systems for residential clients with Honeywell equipment and camera installations, troubleshooting equipment and servicing clients to restore services.

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45. Electrical Systems

low Demand
Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Upgraded and modified existing security and electrical systems.
  • Identified and diagnosed complex technical problems, tested circuits, repaired electrical systems, and visited work sites.
  • Integrated Low Voltage systems by connecting to 220V and 110V electrical systems by use of breakers/transformers.
  • Aided in complete wiring of custom motor coach electrical systems used for various reasons.
  • Gained wide knowledge of complex electrical systems while working under a Master Electrician.
  • Install, repair, and modify building electrical systems.
  • Provided superior low voltage electrical installations Maintained and serviced existing systems Provided support in trouble shooting electrical systems

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46. Tire Pressure

low Demand
Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Changed oil and filters, added fluids, checked tire pressure, and washed windows.
  • Clean windows, vacuum interiors, and check tire pressure for clients.
  • Wash windows, vacuum floors, and check tire pressure.
  • Changed oil, Topped fluids, Checked tire pressure
  • Checked tire pressure and rotated tires.
  • Hood Tech: Vehicle Check; Fluid change, Tire pressure and oil check and fill.
  • Checked fluid levels Checked tire pressure Replaced serviceable parts Performed ancillary services Performed service review with customers

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47. Smoke Detectors

low Demand
Here's how Smoke Detectors is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Installed devices such as motion sensors, smoke detectors, and door and window contacts to customer specifications.
  • Inspect and test Fire Panels, Smoke Detectors, Ducts, Pull Stations, and Horn/Speaker Strobes.
  • Worked on pull stations, smoke detectors, strobes, duct detectors and sprinkler sensors.
  • Repaired initiating devices, smoke detectors, heat detectors and manual pull stations.
  • Installed strobes, smoke detectors, & pull stations.
  • Nest security cameras, smoke detectors, and door locks.
  • Dress and terminate cables.Replaced security sensors ,smoke Detectors .

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48. POS

low Demand
Here's how POS is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Prepared composite and metal surfaces utilizing engineering drawings, visual aids and assembly planning.
  • Performed installation in both new construction and existing post construction facilities.
  • Store, handle and dispose hazardous materials according to environmental standards
  • Develop word and excel documentation for reporting purposes.
  • Assemble, run, position, label and terminate cable, telephone and computer wiring in floors, ceilings and closets.
  • Position requires reading detailed wiring diagrams, schematics, working to instructions, and following industry standards and safety guidelines.
  • Worked together with off site Bosch and GC's to make sure camera's were in correct positions.
  • Perform duties while working in a fast pace position making sure vehicles where service in proper time.
  • Installed POS systems, speakers, and TV systems in the Edison building at Cascades Park.
  • Analyze blue prints, schematics and drawings for the purpose of installing new or upgraded equipment.
  • Experience installing four-post racks, two post racks and ladder racks with three-point bracing for seismic activities
  • Ensured all new employees used PPE equipment to reduce the possibility of an injury or death.
  • Set up cable at reasonable position and mark cable with the right number also letter.
  • Bid on proposed projects as well as make suggestions for a better customer system.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on cars as well as talked to customers about possible repairs.
  • Identified and resolved a complex problem in wiring system which resulted in positive responses.
  • Assemble, mount and align exterior Wi-Fi radios as per position on map.
  • Worked on low voltage systems and took lead position at necessary times.
  • Drain old oil replace oil filters and fix if possible any unusual.
  • Possessed the ability to communicate and work with construction foremen and customers.

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49. Alarm Devices

low Demand
Here's how Alarm Devices is used in Low Voltage Technician jobs:
  • Install fire/intrusion, detection systems, panels and alarm devices.
  • Install, maintain, or repair security systems, alarm devices, or related equipment.
  • Installed, programmed, and repaired security systems and fire alarm devices.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Low Voltage Technician

Fiber Optic11.7%
Security Cameras8.9%
Cctv8.4%
Security Systems6.6%
Access Control6.5%
Cat56.3%
Video Cameras5.7%
Customer Service5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Low Voltage Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic
8.8%
8.8%
2
2
Security Cameras
Security Cameras
6.7%
6.7%
3
3
Cctv
Cctv
6.3%
6.3%
4
4
Security Systems
Security Systems
5%
5%
5
5
Access Control
Access Control
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Cat5
Cat5
4.8%
4.8%
7
7
Video Cameras
Video Cameras
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.8%
3.8%
9
9
Alarm Systems
Alarm Systems
3.7%
3.7%
10
10
Cat6
Cat6
3.6%
3.6%
11
11
Patch Panels
Patch Panels
3.6%
3.6%
12
12
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
3.1%
3.1%
13
13
Voltage Technician
Voltage Technician
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
High Voltage
High Voltage
2.5%
2.5%
15
15
Oil Filter
Oil Filter
2.2%
2.2%
16
16
Internet
Internet
2.2%
2.2%
17
17
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
2.1%
2.1%
18
18
Intercom Systems
Intercom Systems
1.9%
1.9%
19
19
New Construction
New Construction
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
IP
IP
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
RG6
RG6
1.6%
1.6%
22
22
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Nurse Call
Nurse Call
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Air Filters
Air Filters
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Phone System
Phone System
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Service Calls
Service Calls
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Camera Systems
Camera Systems
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
IDF
IDF
1%
1%
29
29
A/V
A/V
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Card Readers
Card Readers
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
DVR
DVR
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Control Panels
Control Panels
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Fluke
Fluke
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Sound Systems
Sound Systems
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Job Site
Job Site
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
MDF
MDF
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Pre-Wire
Pre-Wire
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Ladder Racks
Ladder Racks
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Access Points
Access Points
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Hvac
Hvac
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Voip
Voip
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Honeywell
Honeywell
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Smoke Detectors
Smoke Detectors
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
POS
POS
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Alarm Devices
Alarm Devices
0.5%
0.5%

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