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Idiotproof Your Power Cords

by Paul Strauss

This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that?” ideas… These little vinyl labels can be stuck on your power cords and other cables so you can easily identify what cable connects to what device.

ID Pilot Identification Labels

ID Pilot Wire Identification Labels feature icons of everything from blenders to computer monitors, and cost $6 per “theme” pack. There’s one for office gear, another set for electronics and home entertainment and a third set for kitchen and household items. They’re made out of durable white vinyl and should even stick to irregular surfaces.

[via The Uber-Review]

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Comments (7):

  1. […] This product is not just interesting, but also useful.From time to time everybody had this problem : “Which plug do I pull ?” ( see the picture ).Now ID Pilot Wire Identification Labels come with a simple solution for this problem.These little vinyl labels can be stuck on your power cords and other cables so you can easily identify what cable connects to what device.The price is $6 per

  2. power cords says:

    it’s allowed in the standard.

    it will not change the structure of the whole power cords.

    but I am not sure if it’s useful for users?

    because the other end often connect with the equipment.of course know it’s using for. and if you marked in the plug, you will increase the cost.

  3. technabob says:

    I’m not sure what you mean. These aren’t going to revolutionize power cords– just let you know which cord goes to which device, so you can know what you’re unplugging.

  4. ac power cord says:

    I can’t seem to find the flex framework to sift through. Can you link me to a download please?

  5. power cord says:

    it is safe to do ? but it is a good idea

  6. power cord says:

    this is UL 2PIN PLUG

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