The polyethylene self-laminating wrap round labels are ideal for data cabling. They incorporate a strong long lasting acrylic adhesive. Typical applications would be industrial Ethernet, data centres etc.
Anyone with a home theater, workstation, or really anywhere with a lot of cables in one place, knows the extremely annoying feeling of unplugging the wrong cable. Picking the right one can feel like defusing a bomb, especially when all the wires look the same. But there is a simple and economical way to make sure you never have to worry about such things again!
These labels have been tested for High/Low Temperature as well as Salt Mist Spray according to Lloyds Register Type Approval System.
ALL WEATHER USE:
They are waterproof, tear-resistant, oil-proof, flexible and self-adhesive. Unlike the traditional label which may fade or be damaged easily, they stay in good shape and holding fast in outdoor use.
YOU CAN USE THEM FOR:
- Identification for data centers,
- network applications.
- Labeling your Network Ethernet cables (Cat. 6 FTP/Cat. 6A UPT/Cat. 6A FTP, Cat.5e UTP/Cat.5e FTP);
- AC power cables, etc.
Lables for cables and wires are an easy solution. Cable markers come in many varieties, including pre-printed labels, blank labels that you can write on, and printable labels that can be customized on a label printer. There are many types of electrical wire identification labels, including adhesive wraps, ties, or clips if you need to be able to easily remove and replace them. For a guaranteed non-slip, clean look, you can even use printed heat shrink for the labeling of cables and wires.
Cable and wire labeling is critical in the identification, assembly and repair of electrical control panels, wire harnesses, and data/telecommunications systems. It is an upfront cost that saves time and labor expenses when changes or repairs need to occur to the systems you work on.
There are several wire labels that you can choose from; including heat-shrink sleeves, wrap-around labels, self-laminating labels, flags, and rigid tags.
Here are four key questions to answer that will help you decide what kind of marker or label is best.
- Is there an industry or customer specification that must be met?
- What environment or chemicals will the labels be exposed to?
- Are you marking the wires before or after termination?
- What is the gauge of wire you are marking?