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Low Voltage 120/208/220 V

In North America, most electronics are powered by low-voltage systems which come from standard three-hole outlets most commonly seen in residential homes. These outlets are professionally referred to as 120V outlets; the ‘V’ representing ‘volts.’ For larger appliances such as dishwashers and laundry machines which require more power use, 208/220V outlets are used. These are still considered low-voltage systems, which Uni-Lite Electric is experienced in installing, maintaining and/or repairing. We are also fully-equipped to update your current low-volt systems with new, modern wiring, and to install/retrofit L.E.D lights.


Our low-voltage services include, but is not limited to:

  • L.E.D. Systems Solutions

  • Upgrade Fluorescent Lights to L.E.D.

  • Doorbells 

  • Garage Doors

  • HVAC (Heating & Cooling) Systems

  • Thermostats and Control Wiring

  • Outdoor Landscape Lighting

  • Data/Internet Wiring

  • Ceiling Fan and Light Installation

  • Security Surveillance Systems (CCTV)

  • Security Alarm Systems

  • Fire Alarm Systems

  • Telephone Systems 

  • DC Battery Systems 

  • Low Voltage Switchgears 

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