What is Laser Wire Marking?
Laser wire marking is a process that involves inscribing on wires information such as codes, numbers, etc., using a laser marking machine before installation. These pieces of information inscribe on wires are important in identification, installation, and post-installation.
Laser wire marking is better than other conventional marking methods as it does not alter the wire properties, produces permanent markings, and includes inks, masks, or other consumables. Also, the marking method is very precision which is important as the wire has a very small area.
Why You Need Laser Wire Marking?
Using a laser wire marker might be the right step due to many reasons. Below are a few reasons why you need laser wire marking.
Many facilities need many wires and most of these wires carry high voltage currents. Improper handling of such wire potentiated by incorrect labeling can lead to dire scenarios. For example, electricians can accidentally cut or unplug the wrong wire. This can lead to electrocution or fire. However, with a laser wire marking that provides the appropriate labeling, you can easily address these issues and prevent dire scenarios.
Wires are important in any part of daily life e.g.; they are crucial in electricity and data which keeps devices running. In some scenarios, there might be a need to unplug the wire and if not done well, it can result in the wrong machine going down. However, with correct laser wire marking, you can avoid such scenarios and improve the reliability of all the systems in a facility.
Finding out the wire causing a problem can be very tasking. However, wires with proper markings are easier to identify. Therefore, you can easily trace the fault and correct them.
Wire Cables That Are Compatible with Laser Wire Marking
Laser wire marking is compatible with many wire cables. Below are a few ones it is fully compatible with.
· Ribbon Electric Cables
These cables comprise multiple parallel insulated wires, and they are suitable for transmitting multiple data simultaneously. For example, they apply hard drive to mortarboard connection and other networking devices.
· Shielded Cables
These cables comprise about two insulated wires covered by a woven braided shield or aluminum Mylar foil. The covering makes it better in signal transmission. It also removes interference in
· Twisted Pair Cables
The twisted-pair cables are applicable in the telephone industry. They comprise two or more insulated color-coded copper twisted with each other.
· Fibre Optics Cable
Fiber optics cables are applicable in transporting optical data from a light source to the receiving device. They are common in the modern world and has a wide application industrially