Algae Farmer wrote:These guys might have something you can use.
http://www.startech.com/Search?search_t ... complete=1
Right you are. I will try and see if I can pick something up from a store, but the main thing is these thick cables for the PC4's. They're long and thick, which in tight spaces is a nuisance. I haven't put much effort into the wires besides the bus cables though, so A few wire ties and some thought should give me a better idea of what will work and what will not work. I have some space I know I can put a cable raceway if thats what I decide on.
Also, I appear to have run out of non-controlled ports on my surge protector. I have 3 ports left on my last available PC4, but that was kind of reserved for future accommodations for lighting and stuff where I may get something that needs to be controlled to turn off fully.
I have 1 last outlet left before I need to get my power from another source and not daisy chain too ridiculously. I have a GFCI adapter, to a 3 prong 3 outlet adapter, for two outlets. So I had 6 outlets to use, with 4 PC4's and 1 surge protector, that leaves 1 left.
It's a hard call whether I should get another PC4 or a PB4 in the future, or a surge protector. I think the Surge protector is a cheap option I can always replace, but we will have to see if I will ever need to upgrade it to something controlled.
Last night I added a 9V 1A adapter to the hub, not sure if I mentioned that, but I was using a really old adapter before this, which was big, bulky and so old I was worried about the actual quality of the output.