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Color coded cable ties for routing A/V or computer network cables
Good night - second and final pipe for today: McClelland's #24 in tiny Peterson.
Oriental Silk in a Savinelli 315.
That's the closest so far....
Is it some sort of universally accepted color coding, international so to speak?
Good question, I'm not sure. But it is a "standard" in the US, and probably other places.
Well, I discover that there's a thing called the "even count color code" for bundling wire groupings in the TelCom field. So, you collate, group and route telephone cables with these?
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Tyton company datacom telecom
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Colour coded zip ties for server/computer cable management?
I would say those zip ties are more safety specific than anything else.
Jackknife in my Savinelli "Sherwood" 6011
You win! Send me a PM with your address! Yes, these are zip ties for bundling groups of wires... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/25-pair_color_code I think that would have been used to bundle in their color order, to bundle each 25 pairs in order, in a large splice.... So the blue/white, would group the first 25 pairs of all 25 color combinations. Did that make sense...
I realized what I wrote made no sense.
There are 25 color codes. In that set, there are 25 wire ties that correspond to the color code. So in a larger cable, with more than 25 pairs, each bundle of 25 pairs, would be wrapped in a ribbon, to indicate each the sequence, when making a big splice, you would use these ties to replace the ribbons that were wrapped around each bundle. The first bundle of 25 pairs, would have a blue and white ribbon, and would get a blue and white zip tie, and so on. Maybe that makes more sense. I'm not in telecom, I just ended up with the set of wire ties....
It's been a day for Virginias and, surprisingly for me, burleys. Started out with Royal Cajun, then on some errands I impulse-bought some CH and SWRA, as I've been meaning to give those another chance. Had a bowl of each during the afternoon. Now it's time for some Dark Star in the custom cob.
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I always steal a handfull from my wife's cousin when I see him...
Makes sense now that I know something about it. Thanks for the research opportunity.
Meanwhile back on topic... Smoking Honey Meade in my spool cob.