|Part Number||Coax Cable Crimper|
|Item Weight||0.01 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.03 x 5.24 x 1.22 inches|
|Item model number||Coax Cable Crimper|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Hand Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Coax Cable Crimper|
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Coax Cable Crimper, Coaxial Compression Tool Kit Wire Stripper with F RG6 RG59 Connectors (Updated Module)
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- 【Rotary Cable Stripper Specification Work with RG58/59/62/6/3v2v/4c/5c, 2 blade design; Fully Adjustable & Replaceable Blades; Made of High Impact Material.
- 【Compression/Crimping Tool 3 in 1】 Work with RG-6, RG-59, RG-58, BNC, RCA etc. Compatible for most brands of compression connectors press ion distance: 20. 3mm, extrusion clamp adopts high standard crimping die. It is accurate in pressing and not easy to damage F head. It s the quality of pressing and displays the exquisite pressing appearance at the same time.
- 【Compression F connectors Premium quality connectors are designed to provide a professional, secure, waterproof connection for RG6 coaxial cable. All metal construction, anti-corrosion nickel-plated. For indoor/outdoor use for a tight weather sealed connection. Perfect for multiple coax applications such as antennas, CATV, Satellite, CCTV, Broadband Cabling, etc.
- Best For You: compression tool kit is a compact solution for technicians and Dyers to tool up with the highest performing coax termination tool in the industry.
- 【Application Whether to install a satellite TV dish/CCTV, move cable TV and cable modem, or wire up the cables for your new house, this handy tool set is all you need.
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4.For stripping round networking cable: a. Insert the cable into the second stripping hole, rotate 1-3 times at counter clockwise, and then open the jaw and remove the outer jacket. b. The black color adjusting knob is for adjusting the blade's depth. Turn clockwise for increasing the blade's depth and counter clockwise for reducing the depth.
5.For cutting coaxial cable, round networking cable or flat telephone cable, place the cable in position and then squeeze the handles. 6.For stripping flat cable, insert the cable between the stripper blades. Squeeze handles, cable must be kept perpendicular and then pull from the tool. a.Insert 4p/6p cable into the two-bladed side of the tool's stripper until it touches the stop guide. b.Insert 8p cable into the two-bladed side of the tool's stripper and let it extend a little past the lower cut blade.
How To Use The Stripping Tool
1.Push the cassette out of the housing, push from the front of the cassette. 2.Cassette is reversible, one side is available for RG-59/6 and another side is for RG-7/11.
3.For stripping coaxial cable: a.Insert the cable until it aligns with the cable guide. b.Insert your index finger into the stripper's finger ring, rotate the stripper by counter clockwise 3-5 times. The cable insulation is cut while you are turning the stripper. c.Open the jaws and remove the cable. Pull away the outer jacket and dielectric to expose the inner conductor. d.Stripping distance is designed for 6mm, for each dielectric and inner conduct.
F-Type Compression Crimping Tool:
Material: Carbon Steel and Plastic
Size: 5. 5Inch
Compressed Distance: 0. 8Inch
Compatible: RG6 (5C), RG59 (4C)
Essential heavy duty crimping tool for fitting snap-seal and F type connectors Rotary Coaxial Cable Cutter Tool:
Material: Carbon Steel and Plastic
Length: 4x1x0. 7Inch Compatible: RG-58, RG-59, RG-62 ; Double blades, coax cable stripper
Premium Quality crimping Tool
Removes 0. 16, 0. 24, 0. 32 and 0. 47Inch Insulation (adjustable) Use easily, lock the tool over the cable, spin clockwise, then pull off the unwanted portion Comes with a screw driver How to use: 1. Insert the stripped cable into the connector and make sure the cable is inserted to the end 2. Place connector with cable into the tool's holder 3. Squeeze handles 4. Remove the crimped connector from the tool Package Included: 1 x Wire Terminal Crimper ; 1x Wire Stripper 20 x F-Type Connector
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Specifications: ▲F-Type Compression Crimping Tool: ▲Color: Red ▲Material: Carbon Steel & Plastic ▲Size: 5. 5Inch ▲Compressed Distance: 0. 8Inch ▲Compatible: RG6 (5C), RG59 (4C) ▲Essential heavy duty crimping tool for fitting snap-seal and F type connectors Rotary Coaxial Cable Cutter Tool: ▲Material: Carbon Steel & Plastic ▲Length: 4x1x0. 7Inch ▲Compatible: RG-58, RG-59, RG-62 ▲Double blades, coax cable stripper ▲Fully Adjustable & Replaceable Blades ▲Removes 0. 16, 0. 24, 0. 32 and 0. 47Inch Insulation (adjustable) ▲Use easily, lock the tool over the cable, spin clockwise, then pull off the unwanted portion ▲Comes with a screw driver How to use: ▲1. Insert the stripped cable into the connector and make sure the cable is inserted to the end ▲2. Place connector with cable into the tool's holder ▲3. Squeeze handles ▲4. Remove the crimped connector from the tool Note If you need instruction, please contact us Package Included: ▲1 x Wire Terminal Crimper ▲1x Wire Stripper ▲20 x F-Type Connector
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2020
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When I received the kit, I was impressed by coaxial compression tool; it was sturdy and made of metal and plastic materials. I was pretty sure I couldn't break it that easy on accident. The wire stripper, on the other hand, kind of made me a bit nervous as the construction of it seemed completely plastic outside of the blade that actually does the stripping. I'm not the most gentle person, so I figured this would be the weakest link of the kit.
I was wrong!
The kit held together with no issues! I was able to strip the line to expose the copper thread in seconds and so I grabbed one of the connectors that came with the kit (they give you a whole baggie full of them, so don't be afraid of messing up with those) and quickly twisted it onto the end of the line. So far so good! I then proceeded to insert the connector and wire into the compression tool, squeezed the handles together and the connector was secured! Hooked up the newly repaired coaxial cable to my cable modem and it worked, no issues.
If by now you are still reading this review, I cannot recommend this product enough. I was able to finish it in less than 3 minutes. I'm not a smart man either, so that's saying something! If you need to do some coaxial line repairs around your home, this will do the trick! Save yourself the upward of $80 service fee from your cable provider and do it yourself, dirt cheap. You won't be disappointed!