Brady B-499 Thermal Transfer / Dot Matrix Printable Nylon Cloth Label
Wire and electronic component marking. Permanent adhesive. High adhesion makes all purpose wire marking ideal for environments where heat, cold, oil and dirt are present. Also ideal for laboratory vial identification. Not intended for outdoor use.
- Print Technology: Thermal transfer
- Material Type: Polyamide coated nylon cloth
- Finish: Matte white
- Adhesive: Permanent acrylic
Recommended Thermal Transfer Ribbons
Thermal transfer ribbons are only needed for labels that do not have self-contained print ribbons
- Brady Series R4300
- Brady Series R4900
- Brady Series R6000
- Brady Series R6000 Halogen Free (previously known as R6000HF)
- Brady Series R6200
- Brady Series R4500 colored (red, blue and green)
Regulatory & Agency Approvals
- UL: B-499 is a UL Recognized Component to UL969 Labelling and Marking Standard when printed with Brady Series R4300, R4900, R6000, R6000 Halogen Free thermal transfer ribbons and R2000 and R5000 dot matrix ribbons. See UL file MH17154 for specific details. UL information can be accessed online at UL.com. Search in Certifications area.
- CSA: B-499 is CSA Accepted to C22.2 No.0.15-95 Adhesive Labels Standard when printed with Brady Series R4300 thermal transfer ribbon. See CSA file 041833 for specific details. CSA information can be accessed online at directories.csa-international.org.
- DIN VDE 0472 Part 815: Brady B-499 meets requirements of a halogen-free material per DIN VDE 0472 part 815. (Statement based on review of product construction and confirmation halogen content test run at an independent test laboratory.)
- RoHS: Brady B-499 is RoHS compliant to 2005/618/EC MCV amendment to RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC.
Brady manufactures signs, labels, lockout tagout solutions, safety devices, industrial label printers, software, and spill control used to comply with regulatory standards in electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing, electrical, construction, education, and medical industries. The company, founded in 1914, is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI.