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5--21028--7 Datasheet(PDF) 3 Page - TE Connectivity Ltd

Part No. 5--21028--7
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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4. CRIMP INSPECTION
Inspect crimped terminals by checking the features
described in Figure 4. Terminals, not meeting the
described conditions should NOT Be used.
5. INSULATION CRIMP ADJUSTMENTS
The insulation crimping section of the hand tool has
three positions: 1 (tight), 2 (medium), and 3 (loose).
To adjust the section:
1. Insert the insulation crimp adjustment pins into
the No. 3 position. Refer to Figure 1.
2. Place the terminal into the crimping jaws as
shown in Figure 3.
3. Insert the UNSTRIPPED wire into ONLY the
insulation barrel (refer to Figure 3) portion of the
terminal.
4. Close the tool handles to complete the crimp.
5. Removed the crimped terminal and check the
insulation crimp by bending the wire back and forth
once. The terminal should retain its grip on the wire
insulation. If the wire pulls out, set the insulation
crimp adjustment pins to the next higher position
(No. 2).
6. Perform another crimp and repeat the
adjustment as necessary until the correct insulation
grip is attained. Do not use a tighter setting than
required.
Make sure that both insulation crimp adjustment
pins are in the same position.
Figure 4
1
Insulation barrel is in firm contact with wire insulation.
2
Correct color code, dot code, and tool combination.
3
Wire size is within wire range stamped under terminal tongue.
4
Crimp centered on wire barrel.
5
End of conductor is flush with, or extends beyond end of
terminal wire barrel.
6
Wire insulation does not enter wire barrel.
7
No nicked or missing conductor strands.
1
Wire insulation extruded. (Insulation crimp too tight on terminals.)
See Paragraph 5.1.
2
Wrong dot code and color code combination. See Figure 2.
3
Wire size is not within wire range stamped on terminal tongue.
4
Crimp not centered on wire barrel. (Terminal was not butted
against locator. See Figure 4.)
5
End of conductor is not flush with or extending beyond end of wire
barrel. (Check for correct strip length.)
6
Wire insulation entered wire barrel.
7
Nicked or missing conductor strands.
ACCEPT
REJECT
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Stamped Here
Wire Range
Stamped Here
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