How to organize wires? Cable organizer!

How do you organize the wires? It is common to see one or more disorganized wires in the rooms of the house because the number of devices in a house has grown a lot. In case you have any difficulty organizing the cables, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will show you how to organize the exposed cables of appliances. Come on, guys!

Even with some communications cables being replaced by WI-FI, NFC and Bluetooth signals, the cable numbers of the devices are still large. Wires play an important role for equipment and can be used for both power and device communications.

How to organize wires?
One of the best solutions for organizing the cables is using the cable organizers, as it stores them, prevents the wires from being piled up and protects the cables from external damage. There are several models of organizers, but the most used are the ones we will quote now:

Spiral cable organizer
Using the spiral cable organizer is perhaps the easiest and fastest way to organize cables. The spiral wire organizer is used to join equipment cables in places where the wires will be exposed. The use of the spiral organizer is very simple, just take the end of the spiral and wrap the cables, then screw the spiral onto the cable.

A Spiral cable organizer is perhaps the easiest and fastest way to organize cables.
Spiral cable organizer.

Overlapping conduits
Unlike the built-in conduits that accommodate cables inside the walls of installation, the overlapping conduits are installed outside the walls, so they can be installed at any time and removed without breaking walls. Both store the cables and offer mechanical protection against the weather. For those who do not know the weather conditions are unfavorable conditions that the wires can suffer when they are exposed.

They store cables and offer mechanical protection against the weather.
Overlapping conduit organizer.

There are no secrets to organizing cables with overlapping conduit! Make the choice of the surface where the clamps that usually come with the conduits will be fixed, after carrying out the fixation open the clamp latch and fit the conduit on the inside of them, then close the latch.

Channels
The channels are similar to the overlapping conduits, but the channels are different from the overlapping conduits, as they are more aesthetically beautiful, and may have several colors, socket couplings, switches, RJ45 sockets, etc. There are two types of channels, smooth and cut

The smooth channel is used when it is necessary to finish exposed cables. The cutout channel is most used in control panels, command, industrial automation and etc. The channel consists of two parts, one that covers and the other that is fixed on the desirable surface, in some models the part to be fixed has double-sided tape to facilitate installation.

The channels are similar to the overlapping conduits.
Aesthetically more beautiful channels.

Wire fasteners
Wire fasteners are very simple, but not least! With wire fasteners we can organize the cables in any way we can imagine, they are composed of a part that is responsible for securing the wires and another part is responsible for fixing, this ends up facilitating the organization. The fasteners are reduced in size to be able to enter in tighter places! The method of use is very varied, but it is not a seven-headed bug.

The fasteners are reduced in size to be able to enter in tighter places.
Wire fasteners are very simple.

There is a wide variety of cable organizers that are very simple to use. Below we have a video from the World of Electrical showing how to use some of these types of wire fasteners, it is very worth watching to further expand your knowledge in the area, being able to streamline your work and get even more customers.