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Thermal Cable Labels

 

Many industry professionals have chosen to use thermal transfer cable labels as their labels of choice. Unlike laser printable cable labels that require you to print an entire sheet at a time, thermal transfer labels allow you to print off a single personalized label or many depending on your needs.

Our wrap-around thermal transfer wire labels come in a variety of popular sizes and can be printed using most thermal transfer printers. By combining these thermal wire tags with a quality resin combo ribbon, you can be assured of crystal clear printing results.

 

Wire & Cable Identification, RJ45 Cables, Fiber Optic Cables, Coax Cables, Oil, Water and Solvent Resistant, Service Temperature Range: -40°F to +176°F (-40°C to +80°C)

 

Self-laminating wrap round labels are ideal for data cabling. They incorporate a strong long lasting adhesive. Can be used on Ethernet, data centers, cabling, structured cabling, patch cords, low voltage cables.

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Thermal Printable Cable Labels THS-203

Cable Labels THS-203

Print Area: 1.00" x 1.00"

The 203 label is one of our most popular wire harness cable labels. Each vinyl label has a white thermal transfer printable area for your imprint and a clear tail portion that wraps around the wire cable to protect the imprint from smudging or smearing.

Provides a clean and professional appearance and makes identifying wires during trouble shooting maintenance easier.

1 roll minimum order - 5000 labels per roll


Price as selected:   $199.99 
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Network Connections Group USA is the global data communications company making any cabling trouble free with better products, design, and value, supplying the best and most cost effective products for cabling in the world.

 

 

We are the guys who not just sell you the best cables labels, but we are the guys who have worked in the cabinets all night labeling the cable and patch panels. We have used our products on over 65 of the top cruise ships in the world in areas from the USA, Canada to Europe.