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Need cable organizer (or whatever it is called)

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1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
During my trip to the US I saw there a very nice wall mount cable organizer, which looked like this but for cables, not for tools. In short, this was a plastic shelf with "teeth" on it. Put cables on these "teeth" and no more messy stuff :)

Unfortunately I didn't took note of manufacturer/model, so I need your help. The problem is I have no clue how this thing usually called. A cable organizer? Cable rack? Shelf with teeth (I love this one!) or something else?
Please help poor foreigner to extend his vocabulary and also to buy this thingie (whatever it is called).
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1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
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#1
Watch the video on here (saw it at Woolies on Saturday):

http://www.jmldirect.com/product.php?cid=7&pid=9

It's not what you were talking about but it may be useful. You can buy them direct from them or you can get them from shops like woolies, wilkinsons, £-stretcher, etc. They rotate JML products though so it's doubtful they have them in stock. Best to buy online or look for something similar.

:D
#2
Yeah, that one is nice. But I have hundreds of cables lying around, so it is not for me :) It'll be useful to organize it somehow.
#3
Dont know if this is anygud for u but its the same kind of stuff ive used round my office to keep all the cables in place http://www.thesitebox.com/shopWebSite/php/showCatPage.php?cat=4399&brandID=0%E2%84%A2== My graphics card isnt upto much so i couldnt make out whot setup it was in the pic u posted 8-)
#4
Looks like this is for routing, right?
What I need is something like that:
Rotate that ducting thing 90 degrees so that it'll be perpendicular to wall. Put cables through the holes so that they'll hang, like long spagetties :)
#5
Go to http://www.cabletidy-direct.co.uk/, click on products, then desk tidy and accessories then scroll down to the bottom: -

http://www.cabletidy-direct.co.uk/acatalog/p_a_desktidy.jpg

Not sure if this was what you meant?
#6
Sorry Greg, this is not it :(
If you take a look at picture in my first posting (the one with gardening tools) that should give an idea of what I want.
Imagine something like this but instead of tools there are cables hanging on this thing. :)
#7
well im stumped how about anything at this site http://www.minitran.co.uk/pages/products/list.mhtml?ct=1&sc=6
Lets c how far this gets us.......:thumbsup:
#8
[SIZE=2]HP use something similar for their Proliant servers Chuf. They work well in our server racks.[/SIZE]
#9
chuf
well im stumped how about anything at this site http://www.minitran.co.uk/pages/products/list.mhtml?ct=1&sc=6
Lets c how far this gets us.......:thumbsup:


Still not it :( The ones on your picture are designed for organizing cables in racks, right? My cables are not connected to anything, these are just hanging on a wall :)
#10
how about coat hangers instead save alot of hassel......:grin:
#11
That might do :)
#12
I found it i think! It is called a Lead Holder

I was looking through the CPC catalogue and saw it. Is this it?..

http://cpc.farnell.com/productimages/cpc/standard/6512948.jpg
http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=AV07087

The order code is AV07087 and it costs £15.43 inc VAT

Free delivery you have to spend £40 to qualify, and also you're going to need an account to order I think. Might be bussiness only but worth a shot.
#13
Also found a slightly different version, called an Organiser Kit

It is the same as above, but comes in smaller sections, but you get 20 in a pack.

http://cpc.farnell.com/productimages/cpc/standard/9074209.jpg
http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=AV09229

The order code is AV09229 and it costs £9.42 inc VAT

Same company again, so if you don't buy it, it might give you some leads with manufacturer names/part numbers
#14
ThePennyPincher
I found it i think! It is called a Lead Holder

I was looking through the CPC catalogue and saw it. Is this it?..

http://cpc.farnell.com/productimages/cpc/standard/6512948.jpg
http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=AV07087

The order code is AV07087 and it costs £15.43 inc VAT

Free delivery you have to spend £40 to qualify, and also you're going to need an account to order I think. Might be bussiness only but worth a shot.

YES!!!!! This is it! I would never guess that it is called "Lead holder". Thank you VERY MUCH! :)
#15
NP! I had to find a VGA switcher for a job at work and this was literally 2 pages before it, I remembered reading this post the other day so thought I would update you on this info. Seems a bit expensive though, can't you just fashion something out of a garden rake :D

I'll do anything to save a few quid! :roll:
#16
Garden rake? My missus suggested kitchen utensils' rack :D
#17
Found even cheaper version on RS Components' website:
Black standard test lead rack - £5.90 + VAT.

I swear I would never guess such name :)
#18
nice, I didn't have time to price check :P I'll leave that to you. Also try Rapid Electronics, they sometimes have things cheaper than RS/CPC.

Also try Farnell, they own CPC but ocasionally you'll find a good price with them too.

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