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Cable Labels and Wire Marking Systems

Cable LabelDurable cable marker and wire identification labels for laser and inkjet printers

Improve work efficiency and safety by keeping track of all your cables and wires with cable labels and wire labels from Electronic Imaging Materials, Inc. We offer easy-to-use, self-laminating laser and inkjet printable labels, designed to identify all sizes of wires and cables quickly, clearly and economically. Visit our store to see our entire selection of stock labels. Our Label Experts can help you select the right stock label, or we can work with you to create a custom solution.

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Blank or Preprinted Solutions for Laser Printing

We specialize in wire identification labels and cable marking labels for laser printers. We offer blank as well as partially and fully printed cable labels. Our laser cable labels are available in 11 sizes to cover all of your wire and cable marking needs, including the popular CAT 5 and CAT 6 network cables. Made of clear polyester and rated for 0°F to 275°F, our laser labels are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. All of our cable label options easily format with any PC connected to a laser printer and can be printed with simple Microsoft® Word templates that we will e-mail to you upon purchase.

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Click Here to Download a Wire Sizing Chart (PDF) *(Adobe Acrobat Required)

Thermal Transfer Cable Labels

If you prefer to print one label at a time instead of full sheets of labels, we also offer custom thermal transfer cable and wire labels. Made with a durable yet flexible vinyl, they are rated for -40°F to 176°F so they will work for both indoor and outdoor applications. They come standard with white print blocks but you can also have them tinted for color coding your wires and cables. 


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