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Description  Reasons for reissue are provided in Section 8, REVISION SUMMARY.
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Maker  MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
Homepage  http://www.macom.com
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408- 10033
STRATO- THERM Crimping Heads
Rev B
2
of 6
Tyco Electronics Corporation
TOOL
WIRE
TOOL
SIZE (AWG)
STRIP LENGTH
1--46673--0
22 16
5 16 5 94
1--46673--1D
22--16
5.16--5.94
[ 203-- 234]
1--46988--0
16--14
[.203--.234]
NOTE: DFor wires with thin--wall insulation.
Figure 2
3. HEAD INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
3.1. Head Selection
Crimping heads are coated with a preservative to
prevent rust and corrosion. Wipe this preservative
from the head, particularly from the crimping
surfaces.
3.2. Installation
To avoid personal injury, be sure to exercise
extreme caution when handling the crimp tool.
Avoid accidentally depressing the trigger control
when installing or removing crimp heads.
DO NOT operate the battery tool without the
proper crimping head installed. After crimping
head is installed, make sure that the quick pins
are properly inserted to avoid personal injury and
damage to the tool.
1. Remove quick pins from the adapter assembly.
Refer toFigure1.
2. Insert crimping head into the adapter assembly.
3. After the crimping head is properly aligned,
insert the quick pins through the two holes in the
adapter and through the holes in the crimp head.
The quick pins will “snap” into position when they
are properly inserted.
3.3. Removal
To avoid personal injury, ALWAYS disconnect the
battery from the tool before removing crimping
head.
Remove the quick pins from the crimping head; then
remove the crimping head from the tool holder.
4. CRIMPING PROCEDURES
To avoid personal injury, ALWAYS keep fingers
clear of crimping jaws when operating the tool.
Never place anything within the crimping jaws
except Tyco Electronics terminals or splices.
4.1. Crimping Procedure
1. Strip wire to dimensions shown in Figure 2. DO
NOT nick wire strand or use wires with nicked or
missing conductor strands.
2. Push the locator up and, from the FRONT side
of the tool, insert the terminal or splice wire barrel
sleeve into the crimping jaws making sure that the
edge of the wire barrel sleeve rests against the
locator. See Figures 3 and 4.
3. Depress the trigger to advance the moving ram.
This closes the crimp jaws in order to hold the
terminal in place. DO NOT deform the wire barrel.
4. Insert wire conductor through the insulation
barrel sleeve and into the wire barrel sleeve until it
is flush with the outer edge of the wire barrel
sleeve.
The wire barrel sleeve on high--temperature
terminals and splices is color--coded orange.
Heat--resistant terminals and splices are not
color--coded. Refer to Figure 5.
Terminal Tongue
Through Slot in
Locator
Edge of Wire Barrel
Sleeve Resting
Against Locator
Insert Wire Conductor
Through Insulation
Barrel Sleeve and into
Wire Barrel Sleeve
Push Locator Up So That Terminal
Tongue Slides Through Slot in Locator
Terminal Crimp
Insulation
Barrel Sleeve
Wire Barrel
Sleeve
Back Side of Tool
Figure 3
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