Voltage Markers: Single Phase

Voltage Markers: Single Phase
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Easily identify Single Phase wiring in electrical panel with these self-adhesive labels.

  • Available in your choice of three sizes to best suit your application requirements
  • Excellent for marking conduit, pipes, circuit boxes, and electrical panels with proper voltage and identification

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Product Description

Conduit Voltage Markers

Use markers to identify potential electrical hazards of equipment and machinery.

Black on orange labels provide a highly visible warning for electrical hazards. Ideal for marking conduit, pipes, circuit boxes, and electrical panels with the proper voltage and identification.

Self-Stick markers are adhesive-backed vinyl (with peel-off liner) for flat or semi-curved surfaces, such as control and panel boxes, and larger conduit.

Available in 3 sizes:
• 1/2" x 2 1/4" with 18 markers per card
• 1 1/8" x 4 1/2" with 4 markers per card
• 2 1/4" x 9" with one marker per card

Markers comply with National Electric Code (NEC) 504-80.
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  • Flexible vinyl with acrylic adhesive
  • Non-glare surface printed
  • Moisture resistant
  • Service temperature range: -40° to 176°F
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