I'm searching "something", to secure mount/connect a rj21 cable to a device.
I have a angled plug like this:
It can only be screwed to the device at the top side, and is "loose" at the down side.
I have seen a type of "knop" at the down side and also that a "hook-and-loop fastener" is used over the whole plug.
Any ideas where to get this or any other ideas how to get a good connection? (retro-fit).
I know, "straight" rj21 plugs would also solve the problem.
Usually there is a small plastic or metal hook on the other side of the panel connector (opposite the screw side) which will allow you to use a small zip tie to secure the unscrewed side of the connector.
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Any ideas where to get this or any other ideas how to get a good
Easy way to solve this is to lace it in place with some no. 9 wax twine.
I do this on most of these connectors, it's more secure then the cheesy
Cable lacing is a method for tying wiring harnesses and cable looms, traditionally used in telecommunication, naval, and aerospace applications. This old cable management technique, taught to generations of lineworkers, is still used in some modern applications since it does not create obstructions along the length of the cable, avoiding the handling problems of cables groomed by plastic or hook-and-loop cable ties.
Cable lacing uses a thin cord, which is traditionally made of waxed linen, to b...