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Partially shown wire router 10 is provided with a low profile. As a result, overhead wires, e.g., wires W1, not requiring a change of direction, pass freely over the top of router 10.
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Low Profile Wire Router
Partially shown wire router 10 is provided with a low profile. As a result,
overhead wires, e.g., wires W1, not requiring a change of direction, pass freely
over the top of router 10.
Router 10 has two identical L-shaped dielectric strips 11, 12 mounted in a
back-to-back relationship. The upright portion of each strip 11, 12 has a series of
spaced posts 13. Each post 13 has a flexible integral triangular-shaped tab T
pointing inwardly toward the spacing S formed between the posts 13. Strips 11,
12 are aligned so that their respective tabs T slightly overlap.
Wires, e.g., wires W2, requiring a change of direction are brought
downwardly, which causes the particular overlapped tabs T momentarily to
deflect, thus self-captivating the particular wire in the spacing S when tabs T
return to their normal position. The wire direction is then changed so that it runs
parallel to the longitudinal axis A of router 10.
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