Power Cable Assemblies
Cable Labeling Improves Identification
Cables need to be labeled at each end to ensure that when there is a problem, the cable can be simply identified, and in doing so, reducing the time it takes to track down and resolve an issue. Labeling the cable to include power source and destination for the device and the PDU’s, will ensure you will be able to trace cables to power source and make equipment upgrades or replacements simpler.
Labeling cables, be it a power or data cable, can prove to be critical if a problem arises. Labeling of power cables allow for easier installation when on site and for quicker isolation of cables if you need to shut power down. Cable labels should be secured in a way that will make them accessible, yet difficult to remove.
Custom Labels Reference:
- UL Certification
- PDU/RPP Identification
- Circuit Number
- Cable Length
- Device Type
NOTE: Custom label fields available for additional required label information.
Each PDU cable includes a Cable Identification Label which references the circuit number, equipment, PDU panel, receptacle and length, as well as the UL certification.
Individual labels are protected to prevent alteration or accidental removal.
Additional custom label options are available upon request.
- Conductor circuit labels
- Bell box labels
- Additional labels throughout the conduit length
- Color coded labels to match conduit color
- Faceplate labels (PDU Cables will also paint faceplates to match conduit color)
Use our Power Cable & Equipment Configurator to easily enter label specifications and to document equipment cabling locations, moves and changes.
Labeling plays a key role in data center cable management. PDU Cables, offers a variety of labeling options to facilitate a comprehensive cable management program.