Filed under: Cable Management, Cable Ties, Clips and Grommets
In today’s world cable clips are used to hold cables into place when it comes to installing wires into your home or business electrical setups. Here are some of the benefits of cable clips that can help with making your cable installations much easier.
Benefits of A Cable Clip
Reusable/Movable: One of the benefits of using cable clips within many small cabling applications is that they provide a lightweight and sometimes moveable option when installing your cables. Cable clips generally provide an adhesive backing which allows them to stick to a variety of areas while also providing an option to be moved if needed depending on the type purchased.
Easy Clip Mechanism: Another great benefit of using cable clips is that they are able to provide an easy method of changing cables when needed. Cable clips can generally be unclipped to easily remove cables depending on the type and design. These are great for smaller home use and provide a convenient installation method for computer and home theatre cablings.
Compact Size: Depending on the type of cables purchased, cable clips are generally compact in size to allow for positioning behind or on a variety of different areas and items. This can be beneficial for people who may need to install cables up walls, to the back of desks, or along skirting boards.
Better Cable Management: Cable clips also deliver better cable management when it comes to any home wiring needs. Because of their small and compact size they are great for holding all your cables neatly in the one place allowing for easy management of cables and less mess within your application.
So if you are looking for a great way to install your cables, then why not take a look at a great range of cable clips which are perfect for a variety of different cable installations to help secure your wires within your electrical setup.
Filed under: Cables and Wires, Desks and Workstations
HDMI cables are used right across the world in home and business applications to create the perfect connection between two multimedia devices. But what exactly is HDMI? Here is some information about HDMI and what HDMI cables are used for that may help you to understand these cables better.
What is HDMI?
HDMI or as known High Definition Multimedia Interface is the only and first uncompressed, industry supported, all digital video and audio interface. HDMI delivers an interface between a video and audio source which can support standard, high definition or enhanced video along with multi-channel digital audio over a single cable. It can easily provide transmission of ATSC HDTV standards and is capable of supporting up to 8 channel digital audio while offering additional bandwidth which can accommodate for any future requirements of enhancements.
What Are HDMI Cables Used for?
A HDMI cable is a special cable which is designed to specially support HDMI connection from one device to another. This cable is generally for hardware and computer connections and is commonly used for connecting high definition DVRs to televisions. This cable is supported by most leading manufacturers of consumer electronics including, but not limited to, Toshiba, Sony, Philips, Panasonic, and Hitachi.
What Are The Benefits Of HDMI Cables
HDMI cables come with many benefits:
- One of the most common benefits of a HDMI cable is that it can easily provide uncompressed and superior quality of digital video and audio.
- Another benefit that a HDMI cable can deliver is that it provides a simple and single method of connecting two devices together without a large array of wiring and cables behind your devices.
- One more advantage of HDMI cables is that they provide a long life span as they don’t use up their full capacity when connected with devices, allowing for adjustments in the future.
- Lastly it provides a convenient and popular method of transmitting high definition content which is supported by many people allowing for easy sharing of audio and video.
Filed under: Cable Management, Cable Wraps, Fiber Optics
Fiber optic cables are use in a large variety of applications all around the world. They are specially designed cables which contain more than one optical fibers to create a cable which can send and receive data. There are many different uses of these cables and here are just some of the uses that you may not have known about.
Uses Of Fiber Optic Cables?
There are many different uses of fiber optic cables which are designed to promote high operation in a number of applications. Here are just some of the uses of where this form of cabling may be in use.
Government and defense agencies use fiber optic cables as hydrophones which are used for SONAR or seismic applications. This is generally used as wiring in submarines, aircrafts and other larger vehicles. Government agencies also may use fiber optic cables in field networking applications.
Medical breakthroughs have come a long way and the use of fiber optic cables is also a large evolutionary success for a variety of medical applications. Fiber optic cables are used for lasers for surgery purposes, imaging tools, and light guides as well.
One of the more common uses for fiber optic cables is the use for data transmission. These cables are designed to provide high data transmission properties which allows for the data to be sent from point A and received at point B in a fast and uninterrupted way making for cleaner data storage, viewing and usage.
Fiber optic cables are also used for transmitting and receiving purposes to help create a more reliable application. These cables are laid and installed and can provide clear noise transmission each and every time.
Lastly these types of cables are also used for imaging purposes in hard to reach applications. These small cables can be used as a sensory device to measure pressure and temperature. It is used in wiring in automobiles and can provide an easy to install cable which is small and compact in tight spaces.
Filed under: Power and Data Distribution, Raceway, Duct and Conduit
Wiremold Legrand® Tele-Power® Poles have long been a must-have in wide open office spaces where not every desk has the convenience of a wall and the outlets you’d usually find in one. They’re basically designed to let you drop electrical wiring and data cables down from the ceiling anywhere within a room, so that you can have access to power and data connections no matter how far from a wall your workspace is located. Smart, right? They’re a fantastic product.
And now, to make a great thing even better, there are Tele-Power® Pole accessories that make an already custom product even more tailored to fit exactly what you need. This collection of faceplates, grommets, cable managers and trim plates makes it easy to add whatever you need, wherever you need it, while still looking completely polished and professional.
Need an extra pair of power outlets? No problem. Want to add A/V connections alongside your Ethernet ports? Just choose which jacks you need, and pop them into a customizable A/V faceplate. Want to protect bend radius where cables emerge from the ceiling and run down into a Tele-Power Pole? The Data and A/V Add-On Cover is the perfect fit. And those are just a few of your options…
Just like the the Tele-Power Poles they’re accessorizing, all of these parts are designed to be industrial-strength for constant use, and are made of either heavy duty plastic or stainless steel. And just in case you can’t take your utilitarian workhorses without a splash of decor on the side, they’re even paintable to match any nearby walls and fixtures.