The Panduit C150X075CBT is a roll of white thermal transfer material for printing 1.5 x 0.75 inch adhesive labels for printed circuit boards or related electronic components. The label material is vinyl cloth, which resists oil, has low moisture absorption, and is non-conductive. It is lightweight and flexible, and resists heat. It has a repositionable adhesive allowing label to be removed and reused or used in temporary applications. It has a temperature range of 50 to 170 degrees F. This roll of 5,000 labels is Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Recognized and compliant with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive and is suitable for use with Panduit's TDP43MY and TDP42HY thermal transfer desktop printers.
Thermal transfer (TT) labels come in sheets or rolls with an adhesive backing and a surface material die-cut into individual shapes for use in thermal transfer printers. As the label passes through the printer, a thermal printhead melts a coating of wax or resin from the ink ribbon onto the label where it is then absorbed. This printing method is typically used in manufacturing for in-house printing of bar codes and alphanumeric identification, price tags, warning labels, and other specialty print jobs.
Panduit manufactures electrical and networking products. The company, founded in 1955, is headquartered in Tinley Park, Il.