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5--22488--6 Datasheet(PDF) 4 Page - TE Connectivity Ltd

Part No. 5--22488--6
Description  Cumulative Trauma Disorders can result from the prolonged use ofmanually powered hand tools.
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Maker  TEC [TE Connectivity Ltd]
Homepage  http://www.te.com/usa-en/home.html
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408- 9359
Rev C
4
of 7
Figure 4
Wire
Wire Slot
Wire Guide
Cam Handle
Ratchet Pawl
(See Instruction Sheet
408--6790)
Manual or Pneumatic
Tool Handle Assembly
(Manual Shown)
Housing Advances
in This Direction
Only
Left Side
of Head
2. Prepare the wire, if required, as shown in
Figure 5.
3. Squeeze and hold the trigger (pneumatic
handle) or cam handle (manual handle). Align the
tabs on the carrier strip with the slots in the strip
guide in the terminating head, and push the carrier
strip against the wire inserter.
4. Release the trigger; the product will be indexed
to the first position.
5. Insert an unstripped wire into the wire slot until it
bottoms on the tool base.
6. Center the wire in the wire slot. Squeeze the
trigger or cam handle until the ratchet releases.
7. Release the trigger or cam handle. The wire
inserter will retract and the housing assembly will
advance to the next position.
8. Repeat Steps 5, 6, and 7 until all contacts have
been terminated.
9. Remove the housing assembly from the right
side of the head by grasping the wires as close to
the head as possible.
Wire
Strip
Length
Cable
Jacket
Jacketed Cable
Ribbon Cable
Slit
Length
1.37 [.054] Max.
(Conductor Insulation)
Individual Insulated Wires
CABLE PREPARATION LENGTHS
WIRE
SIZE,
AWG
DISCRETE
WIRE
JACKETED
CABLE
(Cable Jacket)
RIBBON
CABLE
(Slit Length)
22--30
No Preparation
Required
50.8 [2.000]G
50.8 [2.000]G
G
Typical values only. Actual length depends on cable size, size of connector, and
specific application.
Figure 5
The terminated housing assembly must be
removed from the terminating head before the
next housing assembly to be terminated is
inserted into the head.
The connector may be fed manually through the
terminating head without squeezing the trigger or
cam handle of the handle assembly.
10. Grasp the carrier strip which connects the
terminated contacts and bend it downward to a 90
angle, and then upward until it snaps off. See
Figure 6.
Be careful not to bend contacts during carrier
strip removal. Contacts may be mass--inserted
(with 8--position and smaller housings) before the
carrier strip is removed. The carrier strip may be
removed as described in Step 10. Do not exceed
the 90 maximum bend dimension. With either
contact insertion method, it is very important to
make sure that each contact is locked into
position as described in Step 12.
CAUTION
NOTE
CAUTION




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