What is the crimping pliers? What is the difference between it and the terminal clamp?
Crimping pliers, also known as strippers, are a tool used to suppress crystal heads. Common telephone line connectors and network cable connectors are pressed with wire cutters.
Is the crimping tool and the terminal clamp the same?
The crimping tool is the same as the terminal clamp, which is a device that presses the metal wire and the terminal: such as a telephone wire connector and a cable connector.
Terminal crimping tool use
1. First check whether the crimped terminal and the wire specifications match.
2. Select the mold to be pressed, for example, the terminal size 240 to be pressed, then select the upper mold below 240.
3. Insert the mold into the piston and mold holder.
4. How to use the pump: Tighten the oil return switch clockwise and repeatedly shake the handle to look at the mold. When the upper and lower molds touch one place, it means the pressure is over. If the user does not pay attention to continue to shake, the piston stops. Advance, at this time, the oil return switch should be turned counterclockwise, then the piston returns to the original position. Note: The mold can not be pressed without being mounted. In order to avoid damage to the piston and jaws.
Post time: Jul-23-2019