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Labeling Cables and Wires

Get real value from the right cable and wire labels


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.

  1. Is there an industry or customer specification that must be met?
  2. What environment or chemicals will the labels be exposed to?
  3. Are you marking the wires before or after termination?
  4. What is the gauge of wire you are marking?

Learn more about selecting the right wire marker for your application.

Datacom, Telecommunications & Electrical Labeling Examples:

Wire Heat Shrink

Heat-Shrink Tubing

Ideal for un-terminated wires or cables needing superior abrasion and chemical resistance.

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Wire Wrap Around

Wrap-Around Labels

Ideal for general marking of terminated or unterminated cables and wires that may be curved or become curved.

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Wire Self Laminate

Self-Laminating labels

Ideal for terminated cables or wires that may need additional abrasion or chemical resistance.

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Wire Cable Flag

Cable Flags

Ideal for getting larger amounts of data on small diameter wire and cables such as fiber optic cables.

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Wire Tags

Non-Adhesive Tags

Ideal for multi-conductor cables or bundled wires/cables.

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Automated Labeling

Automated Labeling

Reduce time applying labels to specific objects or devices.

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