Corrosion Resistant Plastic Cable Clamps to Fasten Wires and Cables

Electrical Basics provide cost effective and hassle free wire and cable management products for efficient wire routing applications. Among the various cable management products, plastic cable clamps have received increased customer attention as they can efficiently adhere wires and cables to many surfaces easily. Moreover, the non conductive and non corrosive nature of the product provides improved operational excellence. What are the types we offer? You can find the following categories of...

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Specialized Adhesive Backed Clamps for Effective Wire and Cable Management

Wire and cable management is now greatly enhanced by using plastic clamps from Electrical basics. People instantly think about Electrical Basics and purchase from us when they require plastic clamps of just about any type. We have earned the trust of customers with our broad selection of clamp types and unique designs along with our commitment to customer satisfaction. These fastening devices are readily available in many varieties for many different applications. One of the categories of...

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Electrical Basics – A Leading Provider of Superior Quality Electrical Terminals

Electrical Basics is a leading provider of a wide assortment of wire management and wire termination products. We are the go-to firm for electrical terminals in various configurations for industrial and commercial use.Our high-quality terminals ensure that both, your process and personnel can help to provide the safest possible installation for your particular application. With us, you will find the following categories of electrical terminals: Ring terminals – Vinyl, nylon or heat shrink...

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Use Wire Connectors to Fasten Wires or Cables Together

Wire connectors are extensively used for making a secure connection between two or more electrical wires or cables. Electrical Basics is your single source for connectors that are easy to use and highly dependable. Perfect for residential and commercial uses, Electrical Basics offers superior quality, high performance and versatile connectors. We give you plenty of choices; choose the best among our product line as per your personal preferences and specific applications. For several...

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Role of Twist Locks in Securing Cables and Wires

Electrical Basics is a premier source for high-quality, competitively priced wire management and wire termination products. Nylon twist locks are among the flagship products of Electrical Basic. We have been catering to the growing needs of quality conscious customers for twist locking devices that are offer secure electrical connections and ease of use.These reusable/releasable twist locks are manufactured using high quality nylon for unmatched longevity. Use these to route and secure...

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Adjustable Plastic Clamps – A Versatile Releasable Clamp for Bundling and Securing Wires and Cables

Adjustable Wire Mounting/Routing Plastic Clamps are specialty, easy-to-use fasteners for bundling and fastening wires and cables in industrial, commercial and residential applications. Electrical Basics offers its Adjustable Wire Mounting & Wire Routing Plastic Clamps as part of a broad selection of plastic fasteners for common and specialty requirements. While manufactured to its high quality specifications and material standards, Electrical Basics is also recognized for its aggressive...

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Nylon Cable Ties From Electrical Basics – Versatility In Wire and Cable Management

Nylon Cable Ties are the traditional industrial, commercial and residential workhorse for wire and cable management and general purpose bundling and fastening. Also known as zip ties and tie wraps, nylon cable ties are available in many styles and types, lengths (3-inch to 48-inch), tensile strengths (18 lb. to 250 lb.), multiple colors, and UV/outdoor compatibility. Specialty ties include mounting, releasable, identification, air handling, beaded and cord ties (polyethylene). Adhesive-backed...

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3 Must-Have Tools You Need to Work with Electricity

When you’re working with electricity having the right selection of tools makes all the difference. We recommend you have the following tools:1. Cable Tie Installation ToolThe right cable tie installation tool will let you quickly secure a single wire or a bunch with proper tension and proper length. We offer a selection of cable tie tools – some with pistol grips for easy use and some with heavy duty pliers-type grips. Check out our cable tie installation tools now.2. Wire...

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Everyone here at Electrical Basics wishes you a very Merry Christmas and the very best in the New Year! As you celebrate Christmas – we want you to know we celebrate with you, and want nothing the but the best for you our loyal customers through the Christmas Holiday and on into the New Year! Not always glamorous, but always reliable, we’re proud that you use our selection of: Cable Ties / Zip TiesWire Mounting Routing Plastic ClampsBumpers & FeetWire ConnectorsElectrical...

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Keep Your Family Safe Even When You’re Not Home!

Our Premises Monitoring System warns you of: Power failuresFreezing conditionsWater leaks/floodsAnd it will call you on as many as three off-site phone numbers that you program into the easy-to-set terminal when there’s a problem. You can install this system in minutes to your existing phone line because no special wiring is required. When the power fails, or the temperature falls below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, or it detects water with its special sensor, the device phones the off-site numbers...

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Home Theater Cable Management

Home Theater Cable Management Wow, it sure is exciting to get a brand new Home Theater System, so it’s easy to forget to make a plan to organize your home theater installation. You’ve got the 47” high definition TV (maybe even in 3D), a great surround sound system and cable TV hooked up. Looks good from the front, but what about the back?

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How Your Electrical System Works

How Your Electrical System Works How Your Electrical System Works It's important to have a general understanding of how your home's electrical system works so that you'll know what to do in an electrical emergency. It's also an essential foundation to build on as you learn to perform work on specific electrical projects. Electric current travels in an unbroken circuit from the source to the various switches and outlets, and back to the source. The utility company (the source) delivers electric power (voltage) under pressure...

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Install Parts in Electronic Signs

Electronic Sign - Parts Needed! Wire management and electronic replacement parts used in LED electronic signs.

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Find Replacement Electronic & Electrical Parts Online

Online Shopping helps you to Find Suppliers & Price Shop for Best ValueRetailers and big box stores have long been the place to shop when it comes to finding replacement parts for many home projects. But today, sales success does not dictate buying specifically from brick and mortar stores. This is shown to be true over the years as an increase in online retailers are now offering easy to use online shopping websites. With this growth of online shopping comes a wealth of product selection,...

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How to Install Surface Wiring

Surface wiring systems are used to extend electric current and power from existing outlets or fixtures to a new location, without having to tear up floors or cut into walls or ceilings. It is important to realize that surface wiring is only an acceptable practice indoors, and poses many safety concerns when implemented outside.

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Calling All Professional Installers

Electrical Basics is an online resource for finding electrical and electronic parts for the installation of many types of products for the home. Calling a professional installer for sophisticated systems such as home security alarms, home theater and entertainment systems and other consumer products makes sense, as it allows a system to be installed correctly, which helps to meet compliance with your warranty.We support professional installers with a variety of electrical and electronic...

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How to Replace a Receptacle or Switch

People change switches or duplex (two-socket) receptacles, called devices, for a variety of reasons... to replace a faulty or worn out device, to change to a new color or style device, to upgrade from older two-slot receptacle to grounded/polarized three-slot ones, or upgrade a standard switch or receptacle with, for example, a dimmer, GFCI receptacle, timer or programmable switch. Find out the proper and safe way to replace a receptacle or light switch in this article.

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Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) and Value Added Resellers (VAR’s) need an Online Resource

OEM's and VAR's can support their customers with a credible online resource for replacement parts. Find out more about how Electrical Basics can provide a variety of electrical and electronic parts.

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10 Ways You Never Thought Of To Grow Your Electrical Contracting Business

Some electrical contractors are thriving while others are shutting down operations. Here are some tips to grow your electrical business in these tough financial times.

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Use Push In Wire Connectors to Save Time and Space

When thinking about wiring in your home or business there is trust that your electrical wires are in good operational order. This is certainly true if you’ve had your wiring evaluated recently, preferably by a licensed electrician. Not all structures are electrically sound, and since safety is the biggest concern associated with electrical wiring, there are a number of benefits to using push in wire connectors. Benefits of Electrical Basics Push In Wire Connectors over Traditional...

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