Hellermann Tyton North America HellermannTyton’s self-laminating labels are used for marking wires and cable. The clear tail overlaps and protects the printed information from abrasion, chemicals and solvents and resists UV exposure. When printed using using any standard dot matrix printer, clear marking and high high-contrast imaging against the wire make this the perfect choice for durable identification.

Dot Matrix Label, Self-Laminating, 1.9" x .75' x 3.19", 4 Across, White, 2500/pkg


TAG1-100
595-01100
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    Features & Benefits


    • Tabtag Dot Matrix labels are specifically made for use in dot matrix printers for fast and easy printing.
    • Labels come with a pin-feed margin to ensure that they can easily be loaded into any dot matrix printing system.

    Certifications & Approvals

    • Rohs Certified
    595-01100
    TAG1
    White (WH)
    • Tabtag Dot Matrix labels are specifically made for use in dot matrix printers for fast and easy printing. • Labels come with a pin-feed margin to ensure that they can easily be loaded into any dot matrix printing system.
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    HellermannTyton’s self-laminating labels are used for marking wires and cable. The clear tail overlaps and protects the printed information from abrasion, chemicals and solvents and resists UV exposure. When printed using using any standard dot matrix printer, clear marking and high high-contrast imaging against the wire make this the perfect choice for durable identification.
    Dot Matrix Label, Self-Laminating, 1.9" x .75' x 3.19", 4 Across, White, 2500/pkg
    TAG1-100-WH
    595-01100
    Pasting / Stick
    Adhesive label
    1.9
    48.0
    0.389
    9.90
    0.77
    19.70
    75.0
    241.30
    9.5
    0.77
    9.9
    0.389
    19.70


    2500
    2500
    3919905060
    4
    4
    0.8
    1.76
    Type 100, Vinyl, white, self-laminating (100)
    100
    Acrylic
    No
    -40°F to +302°F (-40°C to +150°C)
    -51°F to +200°F (-46°C to +93°C)
    Yes
    Yes
    UL-Recognized
    Yes