Brother launches exclusive labelling deal for electricians

The exclusive bundle deal is built around Brother’s flagship PT-E550WVP label printer and includes a protective case, carry pouch, charger and battery, plus a PT-E100 label printer and four packs of durable tapes.

The PT-E550WVP, which launched last year, is a smart label printer which enables electricians to print durable, compliant labels for electrical installations through built-in labelling functions or a PC connection.

Users can also print labels from a smartphone or tablet with Brother’s free Cable Label app. The app offers a wide range of templates, meaning electricians can design bespoke labels on mobile devices and print them instantly. This ease of use has led to widespread usage in the industry and over 6.5 km of tape has been printed via the app in the UK alone.

The four tapes included are specifically chosen to help electricians and electrical contractors with applications such as warning and instructional labels, PAT test labels, cable wrap/flag, plus identification for metal consumer units and distribution boards.

As part of the deal, electricians will also receive a PT-E100, which is ideal for more straightforward labelling tasks and when working in smaller, confined spaces.

This bundle deal is available now from Wilts. Don’t miss out – this offer will end on the 31st December 2015.

 

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