Cablebugs are simple, easy to use clip on cable labels. They can be written on, used in a colour coding format or used with customisable sticker sheets.
Cablebugs come in two sizes to fit cables from 2mm right up to 7mm and numerous colours to suit your home, office or network communication systems.
CABLEBUG™ LABELS ARE IDEAL FOR THE OFFICE, HOME OR NETWORK INSTALLATIONS.
Cablebug™ labels are designed for convenience. They are a simple one-click solution that can quickly identify your cables and leads.
Cablebug™ 2 fits cables and leads measuring 2mm to 5mm
Cablebug™ 2 is ideal for slimmer cables and leads, such as mobile phone chargers, laptop chargers, speaker cables, iPod chargers, video and digital camera chargers, older CAT5 cables etc.
Cablebug™ 5 fits cables and leads measuring 5mm to 7mm
Cablebug™ 5 is perfect for new CAT5e, CAT6 cables, medium power leads and computer leads etc.
CUSTOMISING CABLEBUG™ LABELS
All you need is a permanent CD marker pen and you can write straight onto the label.
PRINT YOUR OWN STICKERS
Or you may prefer to use printed stickers, particularly if there is a lot of labelling to do. We supply sheets of stickers which you can print off using our specially designed Cablebug™ template and a conventional printer.
Cable Management - Made Easy!
Using Cablebug™ is easy, just follow these 3 simple steps...
Choose a Cablebug™. Cablebugs come in numerous colours to suit your office or network communications system.
There are 3 ways to label your cable:
1. Write directly onto the Cablebug™ using a CD marker pen.
2. Use pre-printed stickers when there is a lot of labelling to do.
3.Simply colour-code your cables using the wide range of coloured Cablebug™. labels.
Attach the Cablebug™ to the cable. Snap shut. Job done!
Cable management just doesn’t get any easier.
If you prefer to use printed stickers, particularly if there is a lot of labelling to do. We supply sheets of stickers which you can print off using our specially designed Cablebug™ template and a conventional printer.
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