Designed to comply with cabling regulations, our Electrician and Network Infrastructure labelling range is built with dedicated function keys that enable quick creation of labels for network and optical fibre cables, patch panels, data centre equipment and many more.
From 6mm to 36mm, our industry-leading labels are tested to the extreme to meet the demands of your profession.
Clearly labelled cables, equipment and patch panels ensure that these items can be identified quickly.
Comply with ANSI/TIA-606C or other standards that specify durable, long-life identification labels must be used.
Maintenance and testing made faster thanks to clearly labelled cables and equipment.
Easily find faulty equipment and cables to ensure immediate repair and minimum downtime.
Independent laboratory tests showed that Brother’s strong adhesive (TZe-S series) tapes adhered on average three times better to rough surfaces than standard Brother TZe tapes. Ideal for electricians and network infrastructure installers who need long-lasting labels.
Use the extra strong adhesive tape on smooth or rough surfaces such as:
Network cabinets and patch panels
Sockets and switch boxes
Coated metal cabinets and panels
Brother recognizes the importance of correct and reliable cable and wire identification.
That is why we have developed four different types of tapes for cable marking:
Developed for electricians, network infrastructure, panel builders and other industries that require a reliable identification solution, this tape can be used to mark cylindrical shaped items where other tapes may peel over time.
The protective overlaminate being applied to the whole label at the time of printing can wrap around CAT5E and even the thicker CAT6A network cables providing extra protection for the text on the label.
Suitable for cables with small diameter and ideal for fibre optic cable identification in the network industry. The label is pre-cut and once printed, once printed the long "tail" can be placed around the cable and the label simply folded over the tail to lock the label into position.
This non-adhesive marker is made of a special material that is stored in the tape cassette as a flat tube. Once printed, the tube is opened up and passed over a cable or terminating connector. After heating, the tube will shrink to about half its original width, taking the shape of the cable or connector.
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With our comprehensive selection of robust label printers, you can enjoy clarity of information across a broad range of applications.