True and that does hold better than Zip any day and I would buy.

On 02/09/2018 09:51 AM, Adam Moffett wrote:
It holds tighter than a zip tie.  You definitely can't pull the cable out of a transtector without shredding the jacket. I'm not going to try and tell you it's better.  A simple/cheap way is also better.  Depends on who the buyer is.

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I can do the piece of metal too.  But is it that much better?
*From:* Adam Moffett
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Better is subjective.  Your way is simple and cheap, and that might be better.
Some rely on a properly tightened cable gland.
Transtector has a a half-u piece of metal secured by a a 1 hole conduit strap.
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Subject: [AFMUG] new product question
I am making a new tower mount multiple circuit surge protector.
This one is for multiple higher current DC power circuits/ conductors only.
Trying to come up with a good way to allow the wires to be secured.
Right now I have a series of rectangular slots in the PCB so a zip tie can be passed down behind the board and back up.
Any better ways?


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