Wire And Cable
By Jason Knott · January 22, 2013 • Whether it's a multifunction tool or one for an individual special need, there are certain often-overlooked 'A-level’ tools for measurement and termination that every datacomm technician must have.
By Robert Archer · November 16, 2012 • Klein's new illuminated fish rod tip shines a bright light to help electronics professionals see when pulling wire and cable.
By Robert Archer · October 10, 2012 • The Camarillo, Calif.-based manufacturer Platinum Tools has introduced its new Threaded Screw Bridle Rings to its array of low-voltage cable management products.
By Robert Archer · May 21, 2012 • Channel Lock's new 758 Flush Cutter is the latest product addition to the company's line of hand-held tools and it says the product is designed to cut everything from plastic ties to copper wire.
By CE Pro Editors · December 20, 2011 • Accell Cables' UltraAV USB 2.0-to-HDMI Adapter connects a USB 2.0-supported computer to an HDMI-enabled HDTV, monitor or projector.
By CE Pro Editors · October 11, 2011 • Structured Cable Products (SCP) is commemorating its tenth year in the wire and cable business.
By Robert Archer · September 30, 2011 • The company's latest keypads provide homeowners a choice of button configurations, colors and sizes for the control of their lighting and multiroom audio systems.
By CE Pro Editors · August 31, 2011 • Online resource allows integrators to specify a home's structured wiring needs based on type of TV service, number of data locations, type of audio system, type of home theater and type of security system.
By CE Pro Editors · August 23, 2011 • Cable connects from tablet or smartphone to a display using HDMI.
By CE Pro Editors · August 9, 2011 • 'Copper Outlook' area of new website helps integrators track the volatile copper market. Company also launches new electronic catalog.
By CE Pro Editors · June 22, 2011 • Company's headphones, mounts, power conditioning and cables to be promoted by buying group. "Major kick-off" of partnership will occur at CEDIA Expo in September.
By Jason Knott · June 13, 2011 • Extreme number-crunching puts SnapAV on target to sell $50M of A/V peripherals in just five years.
By Jason Knott · March 21, 2011 • In what is described as a new scam, two associations say copper-clad aluminum Category 5e and Category 6 cables are being marketed as solid copper conductors.
By CE Pro Editors · March 8, 2011 • Maverick principals Lee Waldstein and Randy Hardy have a combined total of 49 years in CE retail and marketing experience.
By Robert Archer · January 4, 2011 • The company's latest wire and cable accessory provides secure hanging support for loads requiring drop wiring runs.