Color-coded labels

April 1, 1996
Self-adhesive labels meet EIA/TIA standards for color coding patch and splice products. Pantone colors are defined for demarcation point, network connections, common equipment, first- and second-level backbone, station, interbuilding backbone, miscellaneous and key telephone systems.

Self-adhesive labels meet EIA/TIA standards for color coding patch and splice products. Pantone colors are defined for demarcation point, network connections, common equipment, first- and second-level backbone, station, interbuilding backbone, miscellaneous and key telephone systems.

Radiant Communications Corp.

South Plainfield, NJ

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