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MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
Pneumatic CERTI- CRIMP* Tool
Holder 356304- 1 (For Use with 626
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11 MAR 10 Rev C
Pneumatic Tooling Assemblies)
Applicable Crimp Head Adapters:
Straight Action Crimper 217200--1
Heavy--Head Pneumatic Adapter 318453--1
Modular Plug Adapter 318510--1
Straight Action Crimp Head Adapter 217201--1
“T”--HEAD* Pneumatic Adapter 217202--1
C--Head Pneumatic Adapter 318161--1
Securing Screw (3 Places)
Pneumatic CERTI--CRIMP Tool Holder 356304--1 is
used in conjunction with 626 Pneumatic Tooling
Assemblies 189721--1 or 189722--1 to crimp various
types of connectors. The tool holder is designed to
accept interchangeable crimp head adapters (listed in
Figure 1) which hold various crimping die assemblies.
For questions concerning the setup and operation of
the pneumatic tools, refer to Customer Manual
Read these instructions thoroughly before installing
the crimp head adapters and using the tool holder.
Dimensions are in millimeters [with inch
equivalents in brackets]. Figures and illustrations
are for identification only and are not drawn to
Reasons for reissue of this sheet are provided in
Section 7, REVISION SUMMARY.
The tool holder consists of a tool holder body, cam,
cam setscrew, adjustable eccentric, pivot pins, and
ratchet pawl with emergency release. The ratchet
ensures that the tool completes the crimp cycle.
3. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
3.1. Tool Holder Installation
Previously installed cams and tool holders must
be removed before installing different ones.
Removal is the reverse of installation.
Air pressure must be removed from the tool while
head or tool holder is detached.
If the piston is not extended, it must first be extended
to allow installation of the cam. To extend the piston,
firmly grasp the piston with piston pliers and pull away
from the body of the tool. Piston pliers are provided
with the power unit.
A strip of adhesive--backed safety labels, printed in
various languages, is packaged with the tool holder.
Remove the appropriate language label from the strip
and attach it to the tool holder body.
Be sure to use the correct combination of cam
and tool holder. If incorrect combination is used,
system will not operate properly.
Proceed as follows:
1. If cam setscrew is not installed in cam, thread
setscrew into cam two to three turns. See Figure 2.
2. Place cam (with setscrew) onto piston rod. The
cam should butt against the piston rod face. If not,
turn cam setscrew counterclockwise until cam fits
on piston rod properly.
3. Tighten cam setscrew, then pull on cam to
ensure that it is firmly attached.
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