|Strips Cable Type|
|Belden 8213 RG11/U|
|Belden 8214 RG-8 Foam|
|Belden 8237 RG-8/U|
|Belden 8267 RG-213|
|Belden 9258 RG-8X|
|Davis RF BURY-FLEX|
DX Engineering Coaxial Cable Prep Tools for Crimp Connectors are the easy way to prepare cable ends to receive RF crimp connectors.
When you need to install crimp style PL-259, N Type connectors and are preparing 400MAX, 8U, 213U, LMR-400 or even 8X and LMR-240 sized cables for PL-259, N Type or BNC, you’ll find these hinged ‘clamp-and-twist’ strippers convenient and so easy to use.
These tools prepare cables for DX Engineering and Amphenol® crimp connectors. They will not work with other brands. (For connector compatibility, check the additional information by clicking the “Documentation” link.)
Just place the end of your coax against the internal stop, close the cutter and twist. Open the cutter and the cable is cut to the correct measurements to attach the connector. Place the coax in the other side of the cutter, close it and withdraw the cable- your coax jacket is now slit for easy removal of the cut portions.
For a complete set of these fine tools, order our DXE-UT-KIT-CC1 Complete Coax Prep Tool Kit for Crimp Connectors! It provides all four cutters, cable grippers for 8X and 213 size coaxial cables, 10 replacement blades, coaxial cable shears and a precision braid trimmer. The kit also includes a convenient carrying case in which to keep your tools handy and organized.
When it comes to crimping, there’s no better solution than our complete DXE-UT-KIT-CRMP2 Ultra-Crimp 2 Crimp Connector Kit, available separately. It crimps the 0.405 in. family of connectors and the 0.240 in. family of connectors as well as three sizes of Anderson Power Poles®, 15A, 30A and 45A.
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