Welcome to Electrical Options, a trusted partner in the telecommunications & electrical industry

Installation & Commissioning

I&C is an integral part of our business, supporting our clients’ needs and to satisfy multi-vendor installations. Electrical Options has acquired the technical skills and resources to provide this service, to ensure effective deployment of correct calibre engineers.

Electrical Options is trained and accredited to work on major OEMs’ equipment. We work throughout the UK and have recently succeeded in securing work in Europe with a global business partner.

Electrical Options’ extensive test and commissioning capabilities complement the rest of our operational services, ensuring that clients receive a total end-to-end implementation delivery of the highest quality.

Test and Commissioning Capabilities

  • Software validation and verification
  • Transmission Link testing
  • Ring testing
  • OTDR testing
  • Troubleshooting
  • Insertion loss measurement
  • Commissioning and configuration of routers and switches
  • Integration of equipment onto Network Operations Centre
  • Local and remote circuit testing
  • RF testing
  • VSWR testing
  • DTF testing
  • QAM testing
  • Network integration

Test and Commissioning Capabilities

Covering the following technologies and equipment:

  • IP routing / Voice over IP (VoIP) / ATM / DSL /ADSL technologies – routers, switches, DCN, LAN, WAN and all intermediate systems
  • Energy management systems and controllers
  • Remote plant monitoring systems
  • Access control data build validation
  • CCTV telemetry configuration
  • Wireless Health checks 802.11 / 802.11ac (2.4/5GHz)
  • GPS GEO-fence configuration

Technical Support

Electrical Options flexible highly skilled group of engineers are available to troubleshoot problems that may arise on an operator’s network. The individuals in this team are trained to the highest level in specific vendor technology. This provides customers an on demand resource for multi-vendor equipment with multi-carrier ‘the knowledge’, vital in times of network outages, and ‘first to fix’ emergency call-outs.