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Crimpmaster Tool with 58/59/6 BNC Die Set

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Part No.

CP-88, CP-89 BNC/TNC Coax Connectors w/
RG-58, RG-59/RG-62 cables-Crimpmaster

30-481

• Crimpmaster tool plus die set for Cambridge CP-88, CP-89 BNC/TNC
• For RG-58, RG-59/RG-62 AU cables
• 3 cavity hex die: 0.305” (7.75mm), 0.068” (1.73mm), 0.228” (5.79mm)
• Includes the 30-506 Crimpmaster™ frame
• Die set also available individually (see part number 30-573)

The Crimpmaster™ ratcheting crimp tool is a versatile hand held tool that uses interchangeable die sets to crimp many types of connectors including RF, wire terminals, and modular plugs.  15+ die sets are available for the Crimpmaster.

The tool is designed for heavy daily professional use.   The thick walled frame is manufactured from fine blanked high carbon steel with a black oxide coating.  Large, contoured, rounded edge handles provide comfort and leverage during the crimping process.  

The Crimpmaster has a ratchet mechanism which prevents the user from under crimping a connector.  The tool will not open, or release the connector being crimped until a full crimping cycle has been completed. The tool does have a ratchet release lever located between the handles to open the tool if a full cycle cannot be completed.

The tool can be fine adjusted to die set variations with the 6 position cam wheel. Precision ground die sets can be changed with a flat or philips screwdriver. The Crimpmaster is a professional grade, general purpose crimping tool that requires no factory calibration.  

• Heavy duty professional hand held ratcheting crimp tool

• Compatible with over 15 different die sets for RF connectors, wire terminals and modular plugs

• Provides a consistent crimp every time

• Comfort grip contoured handles

• Dies change quickly with a screwdriver

• Adjustable cam for fine adjustments to the crimping cycle


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