wire holder

wire holder

[′wīr ‚hōl·dər]
(electricity)
A special type of electrical insulator fitted with a mounting screw or mounting bolt and having a hole for securing an electrical wire or cable.

wire holder

An electrical insulator having a mounting screw or mounting bolt and a hole for securing a conductor.
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PS9, www.theholdingcompany.co.uk CHROME TOILET ROLL HOLDER: This open wire holder is simple and functional yet still decorative and can hold up to three rolls.
7 Screw on the wire holder Lay all the wires flat into their channels, and screw the wire holder at the bottom back down.
7SCREW plug ON THE WIRE HOLDER "Lay all the wires flat into their channels, and screw the wire holder at the bottom back down."
7 SCREW ON THE WIRE HOLDER "Lay all the wires flat into their channels, and screw the wire holder at the bottom back down."
The recycled glass lantern rests within the lattice wire holder which can be spiked into the ground.
The Deco Wire Vase comes with vase, wire holder, rocks, and air plant.
Lucky collectors, who find a complete set with the original wire holder to hold all four pieces, pay handsomely for any company name.
A small array of flowers with and without nicotine was randomly placed in a small wire holder. While allowing the moths to feed freely, their responses to the different flowers were digitally recorded.