Quick Tips for Cable Management
Content creation requires technology and with that comes a lot of devices and connections. Cords strung across the floor. Cables hanging off your table. What to do with it all? We’ve got a handful of cable management tips to help you stay organized.
Keep Your Cables Together
Whether routing one cable or a dozen, take advantage of coiling and grouping whenever you can to keep them tidy, out of the way and secure at all times. With ProTab Cable Ties you can coil and secure cables, or use the tie to keep cables in one line from port to port. One cable is always less of a hazard than multiple dangling ones.
Cable ties are good for storing cables, too, because the ties prevent them from becoming tangled. This works much better than tape, which can leave a sticky residue. And don’t forget – these come in a pack of 10, so you should have plenty for the job.
Secure It with A Strap
No one wants to risk their power brick disconnecting from the cable, so rather than letting the cable and brick dangle, save yourself from potential damage by investing in a StrapMoore. This product is extremely versatile – holding laptop power bricks, speedlights, audio boxes, and so much more! With its adjustable straps and GripperElastic® lining the interior, the StrapMoore ensures your gear is secure and won’t slide around.
Versatile Cable Management
Whether you are looking for a way to hide cables underneath a table, secure cables for video, or want to run them along a wall or desk, TetherGuard is the way to go. TetherGuard provides increased peace-of-mind that cables will stay connected and equipment ports free from damage. The magnetic breakaway system give you flexibility on locking down cable connections or having a breakaway option. Tether Guard’s Lock & Dock system is a superior way to ensure every cable stays connected, every port stays free from damage and every shot captured is transferred securely.