This is a premium grade Hand Crimp Tool. This ratchet hand tool is a full cycle ratcheting hand tool ensures complete crimps. It is meant for low-volume users. This crimp tool works with a range of snap-on modules that mount to a common pistol or bench mounted holder. These modules can be easily changed to accommodate various connector styles.
|Kit Number||Crimper Tool||Contact Terminal||Wire Size (AWG)||Datasheet|
|1||638190901||39000039||18 - 24||Tool 1 Contact 1|
|2||638275370||1722537023||16 - 18||Tool 2 Contact 2|
|3||638190000||430300007||20 - 24||Tool 3 Contact 3|
|4||638191500||5013340000||28 - 32||Tool 4 Contact 4|
|5||638194400||5023810000||26 - 28||Tool 5 Contact 5|
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|Enrollment Begins||Apr 6 2022|
|Enrollment Ends||May 9 2022|
|Roadtesters Selected||May 13 2022|
|Products Shipped||May 17 2022|
|Roadtest Begins||May 20 2022|
|element14 Team Follow Up||June 20 2022|
|Reviews posted on element14 by||July 20 2022|
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Yes, me too - I had a colleague that wouldn't pay for the crimp tool, and preferred to solder the crimps to the wire..... I preferred to spend my time with my family, so bought the crimping tool and made the cables in a fraction of the time, and probably better quality too. They were relatively pricey, but good, and worth the money in the time saved for me (I had a lot of connectors to make up!).
Hey does anyone know if any of these will crimp the KK 4809 series connectors?
I have the 638118200F and it works very well.
I think that a good metric for evaluating the performance of a crimping tool is the maximum pull force that the cable/terminal pair resists before coming off.
So, after having done a thorough test of the instrument, with a good cable, you can clamp the terminal and gradually pull the cable through a dynamometer.
Many of us will have a luggage scale at home, which is certainly not a precise laboratory instrument, but I think it is a good index to do this test.
Since everyone will receive a different instrument, for different terminals, it would be good for each to do a similar test, collecting this data and comparing it with those provided by the manufacturer (pull force, in Newton).