Equipment rack drawings showing rack layout, power draw, heat generation, dimensions. This drawing allows us to plan our systems properly and for M&E consultants to allow for the correct power and cooling.
Neatly Wired Equipment Racks
Another example showing the exacting standards to which we build our equipment racks. All of this work, including firmware updates, programming and testing is completed at our offices before the system is shipped to your home.
This is how we detail out which cables need to be installed at each location. All of our drawings are colour coded to the relevant industry standards.
This drawing shows the builder how to set out our lighting keypads and any special instructions regarding the back boxes.
A small rack in joinery
This rack allows a whole system to pull out and rotate for easy access within this cupboard. All cables stay neatly in place and the system stays connected and reliable.
Cinema Side Elevation
This drawing shows how the seating interacts with the screen position. It also has all of the necessary information for our fit-out team when they're building out the room.
Making some final adjustments to a system on-site
One of the many schematic drawings we produce for a project. This one shows the signal flow from source to switch to amplifier to speaker.
We aim to spend the minimum amount of time possible in your home. We build, program and test our systems at our 2,000 sqft office in Sunbury-on-Thames. This ensures that when we arrive with the system on site the number of 'unknowns' is minimised and we can complete on time and on budget.
A speaker patch panel - all cables neatly soldered and all connections covered with rubber sleeving for the ultimate in reliability and servicability.
Typically the electrical contractor on the project installs our cables to our plans, so it's really important that we provide detailed plans. This sheet shows what each of the specialist types of cables look like.
Properly Terminated and Labelled Cables
We clearly label all of our cables and use the best available sundries to give a high quality, reliable and servicable installation.
TV Setting Out
Setting out information for a TV, allows sockets to be placed in the correct position, fixings points to be put in place for the bracket and for any joinery going around the TV to be the correct fit.