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4--306105--5 Datasheet(PDF) 3 Page - TE Connectivity Ltd

Part No. 4--306105--5
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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Rev C
Figure 3
Crimping
Terminals
Bottom of Terminal Tongue
Facing Stationary Die
Edge of Wire
Barrel Resting
Against Locator
4.2. Crimping Splices Without Step- Down Adapter
Avoid personal injury. When operating the tool,
exercise caution while holding splice or wire near
the crimping area.
1. Strip wires to the dimensions listed in Figure 2.
Do not nick or cut the wire strands.
2. Select the proper color--coded splice for the wire
size. The wire size stamped on the splice and on
thecrimpingdie must matchthe wiresizeselected.
3. Insert the stripped wire into the wire barrel of the
end of the splice to be crimped until the wire
bottoms against the wire stop within the splice.
4. Pivot the latch arm away from the yoke to open
the head.
5. Place the splice in the stationary die. Grasp the
end of the splice to be crimped and point the
opposite end toward the top of the head yoke at
approximately a 30_ angle. Rotate the end of the
splice to be crimped into the die. Position the edge
of the window indent against the locator. Refer to
Figure 4.
6. Holding the splice in place, pivot the yoke and
latch arm toward each other until the locking flange
secures the latch arm to the yoke.
Always make sure the yoke and latching arm are
secured by the locking flange before cycling the
tool.
7. Holding wire in place, activate the tool to
complete first wire barrel crimp.
8. When crimp is completed, pivot the latch arm
away from the yoke to open the head and remove
the splice.
If splice sticks in die after crimping, apply a
rocking action to the splice to remove it from the
die. Wipe light oil on dies to reduce sticking, or
use spray dry lubricant.
9. To crimp the other half of splice, reposition
uncrimped end of splice in the stationary die and
follow the same procedure used to crimp the first
half of splice.
10. Inspect the crimp according to Section 5.
Figure 4
Crimping Splices With or Without Step--Down Adapter
End of Splice
Pointed Toward
Topof Yokeat
Approximately
30_ Angle
Top of
Yoke
Rotate End of Splice
to be Crimped into
Stationary Die
Edge of Window Indent
Resting Against Locator
4.3. Crimping Splices With Step- Down Adapter
Avoid personal injury. When operating the tool,
exercise caution while holding splice or wire near
the crimping area.
1. Strip wires to the dimensions listed in Figure 2.
Do not nick or cut the wire strands.
2. Select the proper splice, adapter, and crimping
die for the wire size. See Figure 5. Note that the
end of the splice containing the adapter has a
different color code. Use the crimping die for the
larger wire size to crimp both ends of the splice.
For example, use Crimping Die 1901006--1 (for
wire size 8 AWG) to crimp both ends of the splice
with step--down adapter for stepping down from
wiresize8to16--14AWG.
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