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HI Chaps slightly odd question...

a contact of mine is moving to anew office and wants some screens for meeting rooms as i am a custom AV installer we are looking at a contra agreement wher etehy will do some work for me in return for me speccing installing and setting up the meeting rooms, a good day or so in work. They have Dado run all over the building for power and data and the screens will be above Dado with PC etc below what i need to know is.

1: Can i fit a spur to power the screen or would this require a cert?
2: Can i run video cable through the Dado? where the T&E runs
3: Do i need to run video in trunking in the dado?
4: Anything else i need to be aware of?

Fitting a spur is always most logical to me and looks much better but i am unsur eof the regs for office buildings i know in a house outside of a special area i can fit a spur...

Please help chaps also what is the going rate for 2 3A SFS in dado for an office?
 
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