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Figure 87 Affixing a generic label

Affixing a label to a device

Remove the device label and stick it to the device. You can stick a device label to any desired position on
the device.
Guidelines
When you print, write, or affix labels, keep the labels clean.
Do not use ink-jet printers and ink pens.
Affix labels with good order in alignment.
Avoid cable bents or other positions that might affect cable installation when you stick a label or
bundle a cable tie with a power cord identification plate.
Bundle cable ties at the same positions of power cords, with identification plates on the same side.
The positions of "up", "down", "right" or "left" are all based on the viewpoint of the engineering
person who is working on the label.
Examples
The label examples in this document are for reference only.
Engineering labels for network cables
These labels are affixed to Ethernet cables that connect cards in a chassis.
Table 59 Information on a label affixed to an Ethernet cable
Content
MN-B-C-D
Meaning
MN—Rack number
120
Example
M—Row number of the rack in the equipment room,
in the range of A to Z.
N—Column number of the rack in the equipment
room, in the range of 01 to 99.
For example, A01.

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