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Panduit CT-1123 Controlled Cycle Crimping Tool, Ferrule End Sleeve

$291.38

This Panduit CT-1123 controlled cycle crimping tool has a full-cycle ratchet mechanism and a self-adjusting crimp die for accommodating insulated and non-insulated ferrules in a range of sizes. It is suitable for use with conductors from American Wire Gauge (AWG) #26 to #8 (0.14 to 10 sq. mm) and matching insulated and non-insulated ferrules. This crimper has a steel frame with a black oxide finish for strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, cushioned grips for operator comfort, and a manual release lever for opening the jaws of the tool before completing a full crimp cycle when necessary. This controlled cycle crimping tool is suitable for use in industrial, automotive, and other electrical applications. Specifications Crimper type Ratchet, hand-operated Material Steel with black oxide finish Weight 10.6 oz. (300 g) Dimensions* 7.67 x 0.89 x 2.47 inches/195 x 23 x 63 mm (L x H x W) For use with Panduit FTD type insulated ferrules #22 to #12 AWG (0.5 to 4 sq. mm) For use with Panduit FSD and FSF type insulated ferrules #26 to #8 AWG (0.14 to 10 sq. mm) For use with Panduit F type non-insulated ferrules #22 to #16 AWG (0.5 to 1.5 sq. mm) and #12 to #8 AWG (4 to 10 sq. mm) *L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right; H is height, the vertical distance from bottom to top; W is width, the horizontal distance from front to back. Crimpers, also called crimping tools, pinch wire terminals and connectors to wires to prepare them for use in electrical or communications applications. They have nests and indenters that vary in size and shape according to application. Manual crimpers are suitable for portable applications that create small terminal connections while power crimpers use air, electricity, hydraulic power, or a combination of these to aid compression, and are used in high volume applications. Crimpers can be used for applications ranging from manual field repairs to fully automated terminal production operations. Panduit manufactures electrical and networking products. The company, founded in 1955, is headquartered in Tinley Park, Il.

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Description

Brand: Panduit

Features:

  • Manual ratchet crimper for use with conductors from #26 to #8 AWG (0.14 to 10 sq. mm) and matching insulated and non-insulated ferrules
  • Ratchet mechanism for proper crimp force with each operation
  • Self-adjusting crimp die for use with insulated and non-insulated ferrules in a range of sizes
  • Steel frame with black oxide finish for strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion
  • Manual release lever for opening jaws before full crimp cycle when necessary

Details: This Panduit CT-1123 controlled cycle crimping tool has a full-cycle ratchet mechanism and a self-adjusting crimp die for accommodating insulated and non-insulated ferrules in a range of sizes. It is suitable for use with conductors from American Wire Gauge (AWG) #26 to #8 (0.14 to 10 sq. mm) and matching insulated and non-insulated ferrules. This crimper has a steel frame with a black oxide finish for strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, cushioned grips for operator comfort, and a manual release lever for opening the jaws of the tool before completing a full crimp cycle when necessary. This controlled cycle crimping tool is suitable for use in industrial, automotive, and other electrical applications.

Specifications

Crimper type
Ratchet, hand-operated

Material
Steel with black oxide finish

Weight
10.6 oz. (300 g)

Dimensions*
7.67 x 0.89 x 2.47 inches/195 x 23 x 63 mm (L x H x W)

For use with Panduit FTD type insulated ferrules
#22 to #12 AWG (0.5 to 4 sq. mm)

For use with Panduit FSD and FSF type insulated ferrules
#26 to #8 AWG (0.14 to 10 sq. mm)

For use with Panduit F type non-insulated ferrules
#22 to #16 AWG (0.5 to 1.5 sq. mm) and #12 to #8 AWG (4 to 10 sq. mm)

*L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right; H is height, the vertical distance from bottom to top; W is width, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Crimpers, also called crimping tools, pinch wire terminals and connectors to wires to prepare them for use in electrical or communications applications. They have nests and indenters that vary in size and shape according to application. Manual crimpers are suitable for portable applications that create small terminal connections while power crimpers use air, electricity, hydraulic power, or a combination of these to aid compression, and are used in high volume applications. Crimpers can be used for applications ranging from manual field repairs to fully automated terminal production operations.
Panduit manufactures electrical and networking products. The company, founded in 1955, is headquartered in Tinley Park, Il.

UPC: 074983717491