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5--21012--4 Datasheet(PDF) 2 Page - Tyco Electronics
MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
0.8mm CHAMP Crimper Assemblies 122842- 1, 122842- 2, and 122842- 3
Tyco Electronics Corporation
3.1. Lower Tooling Assembly
1. Remove the tool stop from the slide base of the
arbor frame assembly.
2. Slide the lower tooling assembly into the tracks
of the frame assembly slide base. The cable clamp
spring must be oriented to the left side of the slide
base as shown in Figure 1.
3. Re--install the tool stop and secure it with the
socket head cap screw.
3.2. Upper Tooling Assembly
1. Remove the upper tool mount (supplied with the
arbor frame assembly) by removing the two flat
head cap screws. Do not discard this tool mount.
2. Install the tool mount (supplied with the crimper
assembly) to the ram of the arbor frame assembly
and secure it with the flat head cap screws.
3. Position the crimper in the tool mount with the
longer offset to the right (as shown in Figure 1).
Secure crimper to tool mount with the socket head
4. TOOLING ADJUSTMENTS
The following adjustments are required during the
initial setup of the crimper assembly and when
changing cable size.
4.1. Cable Clamp Springs
The cable clamp springs can be adjusted for various
cable diameters by loosening the socket head cap
screws and re--positioning the cable clamp springs.
4.2. Crimp Height
To check crimp height, a test crimp should be made
(refer to Section 5); then, measure the crimp height of
the backshell ferrule. Refer to the appropriate
application specification (114--series) for the crimp
height. If the actual crimp height does not conform to
that dimension, proceed as follow:
1. Loosen the setscrew on the adjustment ring.
Turn the adjustment ring CLOCKWISE to increase
crimp height or COUNTERCLOCKWISE to
decrease crimp height.
2. Re--tighten the setscrew.
5. CRIMPING PROCEDURE
Refer to Figure 2 and proceed as follows:
1. Using the ball handle, slide the lower tooling
assembly out from under the ram of arbor frame
2. Position the connector backshell assembly in
the support block.
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