KR20160076240A - Clamping device for cable - Google Patents

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KR20160076240A
KR20160076240A KR1020140186203A KR20140186203A KR20160076240A KR 20160076240 A KR20160076240 A KR 20160076240A KR 1020140186203 A KR1020140186203 A KR 1020140186203A KR 20140186203 A KR20140186203 A KR 20140186203A KR 20160076240 A KR20160076240 A KR 20160076240A
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G3/00Installations of electric cables or lines in or on buildings, equivalent structures or vehicles
    • H02G3/30Installations of cables or lines on walls, floors or ceilings
    • H02G3/32Installations of cables or lines on walls, floors or ceilings using mounting clamps

Abstract

The present invention relates to a wiring tube clamping device, and more particularly, to a wiring tube clamping device that includes a clamp frame fixed to a place where a wiring pipe is to be installed, a pair of through holes formed on the upper surface of the clamp frame and having an axis parallel to the upper surface of the clamp frame A clamping part which penetrates the supporting part and the pair of supporting parts and which is located on the upper surface of the clamping frame and a bent part which extends from the clamping part to the bottom surface of the clamping frame through the side surface of the clamping frame; And a pair of spring holders each having a curvature portion having a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube, the curvature portion being formed with an inlet narrower than a diameter of the wiring tube.

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[0001] CLAMPING DEVICE FOR CABLE [0002]

The present invention relates to a wire clamping apparatus, and more particularly, to a wire clamping apparatus that improves the fixing force of a wire and improves workability and work efficiency of workers who perform wiring tube installation work.

In general, various cables or wiring pipes for various purposes are installed in a ceiling, a floor, a wall, and the like in a building or a facility, and a hanger or a clamping device fixes and supports such a cable or a wiring pipe to a ceiling, a floor,

The conventional wiring clamping apparatus includes a support plate that is installed first on a ceiling, a floor, a wall surface, and the like, a bracket that is formed so as to be opposite to each other and surrounds the wiring tube, one side is fixed to the support plate, And a fastening bolt and a nut for fastening the other side of the bracket through which the wiring tube goes in and out and the bracket presses the wiring tube.

In order to fix the wiring tube, the wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the related art requires a wiring tube to be inserted through the other side of the divided two brackets, and the other side of the bracket divided by the fastening bolt and the nut.

Therefore, when the wiring tube clamping device according to the prior art is installed on a ceiling or a wall surface, gravity acts on the wiring tube, so that one worker holds the wiring tube and the other worker tightens the fastening bolt and nut There is an inconvenience to work because it has to do.

Further, in the conventional wire clamping apparatus, there is a problem that the contact area or the pressing area between the bracket and the wiring tube is not wide and the fixing force to the wiring tube is low.

Particularly, when the wiring tube clamping device according to the related art is used for an ACF cable (Aluminum Clad Flex Cable), the outer surface of the ACF cable is formed in a thread shape so that the contact area between the inner surface of the bracket and the outer surface of the ACF cable is limited There is a problem that the fixing force to the ACF cable is remarkably deteriorated.

KR, B, 20-0363128 (September 15, 2004)

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a wiring tube clamping device which is easy to install and which can easily detach a wiring tube.

It is also an object of the present invention to provide a wiring tube clamping device capable of improving the fixing force to an ACF cable.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a clamping apparatus including a clamp frame fixed to a place where a wiring tube is to be installed, a through hole having an axis parallel to an upper surface of the clamp frame, And a bending portion extending from a side surface of the clamp frame to the bottom surface of the clamp frame at the binding portion and a bent portion extending from the bottom surface of the clamp frame at the binding portion, And a pair of spring holders formed integrally with the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface of the outer circumferential surface, .

Here, it is preferable that the binding portion, the bending portion, and the curvature portion are integrally formed of a wire material.

Further, the axis of the through hole formed in the support portion has a slope inclined at a predetermined angle from the side surface of the clamp frame, and the binding portion, the bent portion, and the curvature portion of the spring holder supported by the support portion are arranged on a line perpendicular to the axis of the through- It is preferable to be formed so as to be disposed.

In addition, the spring holder may be configured such that the ends of the coupling portion and the curvature portion are extended toward the coupling portion and the curvature portion of the mating spring holder so that the spring holder has a closed loop shape, or the coupling portion and the mating coupling portion are extended It is preferable that both end portions are spaced apart at regular intervals.

The curvature portion preferably has a bending portion bent in a direction opposite to a curvature direction surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube.

The clamp frame is formed with a plurality of fastening holes through which fastening bolts that fasten the clamping frame to the installation site are passed. The fastening holes are formed in lugs having a length greater than the height of the support protruding from the upper surface of the clamping frame .

Preferably, the clamp frame is formed with a fixing clip which is engaged with a post mounted on a side of the clamp frame where the clamp frame is installed.

At this time, it is preferable that the fixing clip has an opening having a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the post at the side of the clamp frame, but narrower than the diameter of the post, and both ends of the opening are bent toward the inside of the fixing clip.

In addition, the post may include a screw threaded with an outer diameter thereof, and the fixing clip may have a plurality of coupling protrusions formed on the bent portion contacting the screw, so that when the fixing clip is mounted on the post, It is preferable to be located at the valley portion of the thread.

It is preferable that the wiring tube is an aluminum clad flex (ACF) cable.

At this time, the axial inclination of the through hole formed in the support portion is preferably the same as the thread inclination of the ACF cable.

According to the wiring tube clamping apparatus of the present invention, since the clamp frame is fixed to the wall surface of the installation place and then the wiring tube is inserted through the inlet formed in the curvature portion of the spring holder to install the wiring tube, Is excellent.

Further, according to the present invention, when the ACF cable is mounted on the curvature portion, the curvature portion is located on the valley portion of the ACF cable, and the ACF cable Is prevented from moving arbitrarily toward the longitudinal direction, and the fixing force of the wiring tube is improved.

According to the present invention, since the coupling portion and the curvature portion of the spring holder are extended and connected to the opposite coupling portion and the curvature portion, the spring holder is formed in the form of a closed loop, so that the external force generated when the wiring tube moves in the longitudinal direction And has excellent structural strength capable of stably supporting the wiring tube.

According to the present invention, since the bending portion is formed in the curvature portion of the spring holder, the wiring tube can be easily introduced when the wiring tube is mounted, and conversely, the wiring tube mounted on the curvature portion can be easily separated by the operator. It is convenient.

1 is a perspective view showing an installation state of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
2 is a perspective view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
3 is an exploded perspective view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
4 is a plan view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
5 is a side view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
6 is a perspective view showing another embodiment of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.
FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing the installation state of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to another embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
8 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a state where the fixing clip shown in Figs. 6 and 7 is coupled to the post.
9 is a perspective view showing another embodiment of a spring holder in a wiring tube clamping device according to the present invention.

The terms and words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as limited to ordinary or dictionary meanings and the inventor may properly define the concept of the term to describe its invention in the best possible way And should be construed in accordance with the principles and meanings and concepts consistent with the technical idea of the present invention.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing an installation state of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.

Referring to the drawings, a wiring clamping device 100 according to the present invention is installed in a building or a facility in a plurality of installation places B such as a ceiling, a wall surface, a floor, and the like, And support.

At this time, the plurality of wiring tube clamping apparatuses 100 are spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance along the longitudinal direction of the wiring tube. Of course, the plurality of wiring tube clamping apparatuses 100 are arranged at predetermined intervals in accordance with the arrangement of the wiring tubes of the operator.

The clamping apparatus 100 of the present invention, which is fixed and supported at a place where the wiring pipe is to be installed, is composed of a clamp frame 110 fixed to a place where a wiring pipe is to be installed and a clamp frame 110 protruding from the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 And a spring holder 130 for holding the wiring tube in a state of being supported by the pair of supporting portions 120 and the supporting portion 120. This will be described with reference to Figs. 3 to 5. Fig.

FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention, FIG. 4 is a plan view of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention, and FIG. 5 is a side view showing a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention.

Referring to the drawings, the clamp frame 110 is formed of a plate having a predetermined thickness and area, and is fixed to a wall surface of a place where the wiring pipe is to be installed, for example, a ceiling.

The upper surface of the clamp frame 110 is fixed by a fastening bolt 140 while facing the wall surface of the installation place B. The clamp frame 110 has a plurality of fastening bolts 140 A fastening hole 111 is formed so that the fastening bolt 140 passes through the fastening hole 111 at the bottom surface of the clamp frame 110 and is engaged with the ceiling.

The support portion 120 is formed to protrude from the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 for supporting the spring holder 130. The supporting portions 120 are formed as a pair and the through holes 121 through which the spring holder 130 passes are formed in the supporting portion 120, respectively.

The through hole 121 is formed to have an axis S parallel to the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 so that when the spring holder 130 is inserted into the through hole 121, And is positioned on the upper surface of the frame 110.

The supporting part 120 supporting the spring holder 130 is formed as an independent part having a semi-circular column shape and having a through hole 121 through which the spring holder 130 passes, and the clamp frame 110 Or the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 may be press-formed so that the support portion 120 and the clamp frame 110 are integrally formed.

The spring holder 130 is composed of a coupling part 131, a bending part 132 and a curvature part 133. The coupling part 131 passes through the pair of supporting parts 120 and passes through the clamp frame 110 As shown in FIG.

The bending portion 132 extends from the binding portion to the bottom surface of the clamp frame 110 through the side surface of the clamp frame 110 and the curvature portion 133 is formed integrally with the bending portion 132, The inlet 134 having a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface and a narrow diameter of the wiring tube is formed.

The inlet 134 formed in the curvature portion 133 is opened toward the side of the curvature portion 133 and is opened to the side of the curvature portion 133 when the wiring tube is mounted on the spring holder 130 134, and then the wiring tube is moved toward the curvature portion 133 to mount the wiring tube.

In particular, the binding portion 131, the bending portion 132, and the curvature portion 133 constituting the spring holder 130 according to the present invention are formed integrally with the wire material to facilitate the manufacture of the spring holder 130 And the manufacturing cost is reduced.

The spring holder 130 is made of a wire having a circular section and made of steel. The spring holder 130 has a lower portion with respect to the binding portion 131 so as to surround the side surface of the clamp frame 110 at the end of the binding portion 131 So that the bent portion 132 is formed.

Then, the curved portion 133 is formed by bending so as to have a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube, while facing the bottom surface of the clamp frame 110 at the end of the bent bent portion 132.

On the other hand, the free ends of the coupling portions 131 passing through the through holes 121 formed in the pair of supports 120 and the free ends of the curvature portions 133 are extended to free ends of the coupling piece and the curvature portion, respectively The pair of spring holders 130 can be integrally formed.

For this purpose, the wire rods are bent in a substantially "C" shape so that both ends of the wire rods having a predetermined length are inserted into the through holes 121 formed in the pair of supports 120 and penetrated. At this time, the width of the free end and the free end of the free end of the wire rod bent in the "C" shape is formed to correspond to the width between the pair of supports 120 formed on the upper surface of the clamp frame 110.

After bending the wire so as to have a "C" shape, the bending portion 132, the curvature portion 133, and the bending portion 131 are removed except for the binding portion 131 inserted into the through hole 121 of the supporting portion 120, Is formed.

After the wire rod is bent to form the bundling portion 131, the bending portion 132 and the curvature portion 133 as described above, the free ends of the binding portion 131 are respectively passed through the pair of supporting portions 120 And the free end of the coupling part 131 is bent to face the free end of the coupling part 131, and then the free end of the coupling part 131 facing each other is connected through welding.

As described above, after the wire rod is bent to form the bent portion 132 and the curved portion 133 in the shape of the "C" shape, the pair of supporting portions 120 formed on the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 are fastened to the fastening portions 131 The free end of the coupling portion 131 is connected to the free end of the coupling portion of the opposite coupling portion and the coupling portion 136 connecting the bending portion 135 to be described later to the opposite bending portion is formed, Have the form of a closed loop as shown in FIG.

When the spring holder 130 is in the form of a closed loop, the spring holder 130 stably contacts the external surface of the wiring holder 130 with respect to an external force generated when the wiring tube moves in the longitudinal direction after the wiring tube is mounted on the curvature portion 133. [ As shown in Fig.

The spring holder 130 may be formed in the form of a closed loop as described above. In some cases, however, the binding portion 131 and the mating binding portion as shown in FIG. 9 may extend toward each other, As shown in FIG.

When the ACF cable C is mounted on the curvature portion 133 of the spring holder 130, the wiring tube supported by the spring holder 130 may be an ACF (aluminum clad flex) The coupling portion 131, the bending portion 132, and the curvature portion 133 are disposed so as to have the same slope as the thread inclination formed on the outer peripheral surface of the ACF cable C. [

Here, the ACF cable (C) refers to a wiring pipe to which a polymer tape is wound on a necessary number of core cables (C1, C2, C3) and then a high strength aluminum interlock sheath C4 is applied. The envelope C4 is formed in the form of a thread having an acid portion A1 and a valley portion A2 alternately formed with a constant inclination.

Therefore, the coupling portion 131, the bending portion 132, and the curvature portion 133 of the spring holder 130 according to the present invention have the same inclination? As the thread inclination of the ACF cable C, The curvature portion 133 is positioned at the valley portion A2 of the ACF cable C when the ACF cable C is mounted on the cable 133 so as to prevent the ACF cable C from moving arbitrarily in the longitudinal direction do.

The through hole 121 formed in the supporting portion 120 is formed so that the binding portion 131, the bent portion 132, and the curved portion 133 of the spring holder 130 have the same slope as the thread inclination of the ACF cable C, The axis S of the clamp frame 110 is formed so as to have a slope &thetas;

The axial inclination? Of the through hole 121 is formed to be the same as the thread inclination of the ACF cable C and the connecting portion 131 of the spring holder 130, the bent portion 132, the curved portion 133 Is formed so as to be arranged on the vertical line with the axis S of the through hole 121. [

On the other hand, the spring holder 130 facilitates entry of the wiring tube when the wiring tube is mounted through the inlet 134 of the curvature portion 133, and the wiring tube mounted on the curvature portion 133 is easily A bending portion 135 is formed so as to be separated.

The bending portion 135 is bent in the direction opposite to the curvature direction of the curvature portion 133 surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube so that the width of the entrance 134 increases toward the outside of the entrance 134 of the curvature portion 133 .

The bending portion 135 forms a connection portion 136 extending toward the opposite bending portion. The connection portion 136 is parallel to the free end of the coupling portion 131 passing through the support portion 120 and connected to the free end of the coupling portion. Accordingly, the spring holder 130 forms a closed loop by the wire rod, so that the spring holder 130 has a structural strength capable of stably supporting the wiring tube.

When the bending portion 135 having the width of the inlet 134 increases toward the outer side of the curvature portion inlet 134 of the spring holder 130 as described above, The bending portion 135 guides the entry of the wiring tube when entering the wiring tube, so that the wiring tube can be easily mounted.

Conversely, when the operator wants to separate the wiring tube mounted on the curvature portion 133, the operator pulls the bending portion 135 or the connecting portion 136 formed at the curvature portion entrance 134 outward, The inlet of the wiring 133 is widened, and the wiring tube can be easily separated.

A plurality of fastening holes 111 are formed in the clamp frame 110 to fasten the clamping frame 110 to the mounting place B through the fastening holes 111 do.

4, the clamping bolts 140 are disposed on both sides of the pair of supports 120. When the upper surface of the clamping frame 110 faces the wall surface, And is engaged with the ceiling through the fastening hole 111 at the bottom of the frame 110.

When the clamping frame 110 is fixed to the bracket 110 by the fastening bolt 140, a part of the fastening bolt 140 is exposed to the outside by the support 120 protruding from the upper surface of the clamping frame 110 . Therefore, a lug (not shown) may be formed on the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 so as to conceal the exposure of the clamping bolt 140 and improve the clamping force of the clamp frame 110 and the wall surface.

The lug formed on the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 is preferably formed to have a height greater than the height of the support portion 120 protruding from the upper surface of the clamp frame 110 and a fastening hole 111 is formed in the lug.

When the clamp frame 110 is fixed to the wall surface of the installation place B, the free end of the lug is brought into close contact with the wall surface, and the fastening bolt 140 is fastened to the wall surface through the fastening hole 111 formed in the lug. It is possible to conceal the exposure of the fastening bolt 140 and improve the contact force between the clamp frame 110 and the wall surface so that the clamp frame 110 can be firmly fixed to the wall surface of the installation place B.

The clamping apparatus 100 according to the present invention having the above-described structure fixes the clamp frame 110 to the wall surface of the installation place and then fixes the inlet 134 formed in the curvature portion 133 of the spring holder 130 The wiring pipe can be installed by the worker alone.

The curved portion 133 and the curved portion 133 of the spring holder 130 have the same slope as the thread inclination of the ACF cable C, The curvature portion 133 is positioned at the valley portion A2 of the ACF cable C to prevent the ACF cable C from moving arbitrarily toward the longitudinal direction when the ACF cable C is mounted on the cable pipe C, Improves the clamping force.

The binding portion 131 and the curvature portion 133 of the spring holder 130 are extended and connected to the opposite binding portion 131 and the curvature portion 133 so that the spring holder 130 is in a closed loop So that the spring holder 130 has a structural strength capable of stably supporting the wiring tube with respect to an external force generated when the wiring tube moves in the longitudinal direction.

According to the present invention, the bending portion 135 is formed in the curvature portion 133 of the spring holder 130 so that the wiring tube can easily enter the wiring tube when the wiring tube is mounted. On the other hand, The worker can easily separate the wiring tube, which makes the work convenient.

While the present invention has been described with reference to exemplary embodiments, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments, but, on the contrary, is intended to cover various modifications and equivalent arrangements included within the spirit and scope of the appended claims. .

For example, the wiring tube clamping apparatus 100 according to the present invention may be fixed to the wall surface of the installation place B by the fastening bolt 140, but in some cases, P). This will be described with reference to FIGS. 6 and 7. FIG.

FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing another embodiment of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to the present invention, and FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing an installation state of a wiring tube clamping apparatus according to another embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to the drawings, a fixing clip 150 is formed in the wiring tube clamping apparatus 100 according to the present invention so that it can be fixed to the post P installed in the installation place B. The fixing clip 150 is formed to have a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the post P at the side of the clamp frame 110.

The fixing clip 150 forms a curvature having the same axis as the axis of the post P at the side of the clamp frame 110 so as to surround the outer peripheral surface of the post P drawn vertically from the ceiling.

An opening 151 narrower than the diameter of the post P installed at the installation site B is formed in the fixing clip 150 so that the post P is inserted through the opening 151 into the inside of the fixing clip 150 Respectively. For example, the fixing clip 150 is formed by pressing the post P by an elastic force exerted on the steel sheet by being rolled so that the steel sheet having a thin thickness has a circular shape, Thereby fixing the frame 110 to the post.

In some cases, the fixing clip 150 is pressed against the post P by the elastic force exerted at the bent portions at both ends of the opening 151 of the fixing clip 150 by being bent toward the inside of the fixing clip 150 And can be more firmly fixed.

A plurality of coupling protrusions 152 may be formed on the fixing clip 150 to fix the fixing clip 150 to the screw hole of the fixing pin 150. In this case, Can be fixed to the post (P) with an improved fixing force when mounted on the post (P).

That is, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 8, a plurality of engaging projections 152 are arranged on the bent portion of the fixing clip 150 that contacts the post P. As shown in FIGS. These engaging projections 152 are arranged at regular intervals along the axis of the post P. Preferably the spacing of the engaging projections 152 is such that when a thread such as a thread is formed on the post P, Respectively.

When the fixing protrusion 152 is formed on the fixing clip 150 as described above, when the fixing clip 150 is mounted on the post P, the engaging protrusion 152 formed on the bent portion of the fixing clip 150 is inserted into the post P so as to prevent the fixing clip 150 from sliding in the axial direction of the post P arbitrarily so that the fixing clip 150 and the post P can be more stably bound have.

100: wiring tube clamping device 110: clamp frame
111: fastening hole 120:
121: Through hole 130: Spring holder
131: binding portion 132: bent portion
133: curvature portion 134: entrance
135: Bending section 140: fastening bolt
150: fixing clip 151: opening
152: engaging projection A1:
A2: valley B: wall
C: ACF cable P: post

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A clamp frame fixed to a place where the wiring pipe is to be installed;
A pair of support portions protruding from the upper surface of the clamp frame and having through holes having an axis parallel to the upper surface of the clamp frame; And
A clamping portion extending through the side surface of the clamping frame and extending to the bottom surface of the clamping frame, and a bending portion formed integrally with the bending portion, And a pair of spring holders each having a curvature portion having a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube, the curvature portion being formed with an inlet narrower than a diameter of the wiring tube.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the coupling portion, the bent portion, and the curvature portion are formed integrally with the wire.
The method according to claim 1,
The axis of the through hole formed in the support portion has a slope inclined by a predetermined angle from the side surface of the clamp frame and the binding portion, the bent portion, and the curvature portion of the spring holder supported by the support portion are arranged on a line perpendicular to the axis of the through hole And the wiring tube clamping device is formed.
The method according to claim 1,
The spring holder
The end portions of the coupling portion and the curvature portion are connected to the coupling portion and the curvature portion of the mating spring holder so that the spring holder has a closed loop shape or the coupling portion and the mating coupling portion are extended toward each other, Wherein the clamping member is spaced apart from the clamping member.
The method according to claim 1 or 4,
The curvature portion
And a bending portion bent in a direction opposite to a curvature direction surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the wiring tube is formed.
The method according to claim 1,
The clamp frame
A plurality of fastening holes through which fastening bolts for fastening the clamp frame to the installation place are formed,
Wherein the fastening hole is formed in a lug having a height greater than a height of a support portion protruding from an upper surface of the clamp frame.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the clamp frame is formed with a fixing clip which is engaged with a post mounted on a side of the clamp frame where the clamp frame is installed.
The method of claim 7,
The securing clip
Wherein an opening having a curvature surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the post at a side surface of the clamp frame but narrower than a diameter of the post is formed and both ends of the opening are bent toward the inside of the fixing clip.
The method of claim 8,
The post includes a screw threaded with its outer diameter,
Wherein the fixing clip has a plurality of coupling protrusions formed on a bent portion contacting the screw, and when the fixing clip is mounted on the post, the coupling protrusion is positioned on the valley portion of the thread formed on the post.
The method according to any one of claims 1 to 8,
Wherein the wiring tube is an aluminum clad flex (ACF) cable.
The method of claim 9,
Wherein an axial inclination of the through hole formed in the support portion is equal to a thread inclination of the ACF cable.
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