Welte Electronic Systems, LLC is a locally owned and operated company specializing in the design, installation, monitoring and servicing of low voltage systems, such as:
- Burglar alarms
- Surveillance video
- Access control
- Fire alarm systems
- Network cabling
- Phone Systems
- Distributed Audio
Our mission is to be the most highly regarded and sought after experts in helping families and businesses secure their safety and property through the application of electronic detection, monitoring and notification technology.
What sets us apart is our personal attention to our client’s needs. We believe strongly that our success depends on how well we treat our clients personally, as well as how well we perform technically.
Our designers and technicians have over 50 years of combined experience.
Our client list includes:
- Office buildings
- Houses of worship
Our founder, Ted Welte, founded Welte electronics in 1969. The company was founded initially to design and build production test equipment for ITT Corporation, Continental Baking Company, and General Foods. In 1973 Ted Welte co-founded Advanced Electronic Systems Company, one of the first security and fire alarm companies in Southern Fairfield, Connecticut. Before selling Advanced Electronic Systems in 1999, the company installed over 1,500 security, fire, access control and CCTV systems.
Prior to founding Welte Electronic Systems, Ted was a sales and service engineer for various stereo and test measurement manufacturers, including the Grundig Radio Company. Ted Welte holds an L-5 license, and has an engineering degree in electro and communications technology.
Our President, Paul Welte, has designed, installed and serviced projects beginning in 1995. Prior to joining Welte Electronic Systems, Paul spent ten years working in the financial services industry working in various capacities with hedge funds, brokerages, and investment banks. Paul has led projects ranging from voice systems, data networking, and needs analysis. Prior to working in the financial services industry, Paul worked at Advanced Electronic Systems (AES) in Stamford, CT installing security and fire alarms, CCTV, access control, and lighting control systems. Founded by Paul’s father, Ted, AES was where Paul got his start in the industry. He holds an L-5 license, and has obtained Level II alarm technician certification by the NBFAA’s National Training School. Paul has a BA in accounting from the University of CT.