Industry 4.0 is leading to increasingly complex connection technology and a correspondingly high demand for systematic and fast identification inside a control cabinet. This means it is more important than ever for installed components to be properly labelled. The internal arrangement of the cabinet must be clear from first glance for reliable maintenance/servicing and fault-free operation in industrial facilities.
Weidmüller’s MultiMark high-speed THM MMP thermotransfer printer perfectly addresses these growing demands with coordinated software and printer technology, while also proving to be extremely cost-effective for small and medium sized projects. It is easy and reliable to use and allows seamless implementation of virtually all labels. Whether it is modular terminal blocks, wires or devices: the MultiMark product family includes practical markers for all areas of use. MultiMark also ensures that all markings are legible and resistant to external influences.
SM/CC: Eye-catching and highly adhesive equipment labels – ensure that devices are used correctly
DEK/WS/MF: Flexible connector markers – print, clip, finished
WM: Wire markers installed without tools – simply edit your projects on a computer then print on a reel. Markers are available in four sizes for wire cross-sections from 0.25 mm² to 16 mm².
ESG: All-purpose equipment identification – simple labelling of markers for quick identification of components.
TM-I: Plug-in wire markers – easy to install before and after the sleeve assembly.
SFX: made from extremely flexible polyurethane and adapt to the cable routing. Available for cable diameters 7.0 mm and above.
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