Color power codes make work easier and identify components and connections in a diverse setup by creating order and a sense of neatness in a network. You can quickly identify different equipment in a server with color coding. The most common colors for chords are green, red, blue, black, and white. You can differentiate servers with colored chords if you are operating a large server. You can also identify different components in the same rack with color coding.
Your firewalls can be one color, for instance, blue, exchange servers red, and so on.
You have limitless options and better organization. It helps when doing repairs or calling in a technician for maintenance work. Furthermore, you cannot accidentally disconnect the unintended equipment when you want to disconnect a component within the server. You can use blue codes on all your C14 plug adapters to differentiate them from C19 ones when connecting your server to a PDU. A C14 plug is the most common power connector in desktop computers, monitors, and electronic equipment.