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Leviton Training Videos Help Installers

Little Neck, NY — Leviton has expanded its integrated training offering to include downloadable video clips that provide quick instruction on how to install the company’s connected home products. The video instruction series familiarizes installers with Leviton’s wide range of connected home devices, systems and modules and offers step-by-step instruction on their installation.

“Leviton connected home products comprise the industry’s largest offering of structured media enclosures and panels, routers, switches, TV, telephone and audio modules and video monitoring and intercom systems,” said Matt Silverman, training manager for Leviton Residential Products. “We’ve designed our video training clips to serve as a primer for today’s busy installers. In a matter of a few hours, an installer can get up to speed on our expansive connected home product offering, and quickly understand how the various components can be installed as a complete system for today’s smart home. Since the videos are organized by product category in easily digestible segments, a user can view a few videos at a time or can view them all at once depending upon their area of interest.”

Accessible from the Library Section of the Leviton website, the videos download in seconds, are 1 MB to 15 MB in file size and have an average runtime of a few minutes each. Contractors can view the files any time, anywhere from a desktop or laptop PC, and even play the clips at the job site for basic instruction or quick refresher.

Videos are available in Windows Media Player formats for the company’s Structured Media Center, power supplies, TV distribution modules, camera systems, data networking, intercom systems, and voice/data distribution modules, as well as some distributed audio products.

Leviton also offers convenient on-line training modules that are available free of charge on the ez-Learn section of its website. Users advance through the screens at their own pace and can test their knowledge with a short on-line quiz. Once a module is complete, the user can print out a course completion certificate.