Tied up in Knots?

Are your hearing aid programming cables all tied up in knots? If they are, there is both good news and bad news. The bad news is that the popular hearing aid cable organizers have recently been discontinued.  These cable organizers were ideal for neatly housing pairs of hearing aid programming cables in a single tube, keeping them completely untangled.  Unfortunately, once stock is gone, they will no longer be available so be sure to order any of the black cable organizers or white cable organizers that are available in the next couple of weeks.

The good news is that there are several options to cable organization readily available. For example, the Junction Box allows you to plug multiple sets of hearing aid programming cables into a HiPro Box at one time, making them readily accessible.  The color-coded cleats are designed such that cords may be wrapped up when not in use so they don’t get tangled.  The Junction Box is available in several different models including the JB300, JB400, and JB500 which hold 3, 4 or 5 sets of cables respectively. The Junction Box is not compatible with GN Resound cables.

The other cable organizer option is the Noah’s Arc Cable Storage System.  This organization system is comprised of 10 multi-colored spools housed in a unit specifically designed to sit on top of the HiPro Box.  The spools are provided so you can  manually wind and unwind the hearing aid programming cables as needed.  It is the perfect addition to any dispensing office that wants to stay organized!

About AU Bankaitis

A.U. Bankaitis, PhD is a clinical Audiologist with extensive clinical, research, and business experience within the hearing industry. Dr. Bankaitis created this blog to educate her colleagues on viable product solutions for their patients and/or clinical practice.
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2 Responses to Tied up in Knots?

  1. michael sexton says:

    The one thing that gives me a problem with the Noah’s Arc cable Storage is, you must keep plugging and unplugging the cables. I’m always chasing Hi-Pro around the desk when I’m plugging and unplugging.

    • aubankaitis says:

      True; the junction box may be a better solution for you since you can keep the cable plugged in. The only issue is that this box does not work with Resound cables for whatever reason. Let me know if you need more information on the JB300, JB400 or JB500 (Junction Box models)

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