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MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
Pneumatic CERTI- CRIMP* Tool Holder
Assemblies 356302- 1, 356303- 1, and 1673611- 1
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11 MAR 10 Rev F
(For Use w/ Pneumatic Tooling Assemblies)
Tool Holder 356303--1
Pneumatic CERTI--CRIMP Tool Holder Assemblies
356302--1 and 356303--1 are used with Pneumatic
Tooling Assemblies 189721--1 or 189722--1.
Pneumatic CERTI--CRIMP Tool Holder Assembly
1673611--1 is used with Pneumatic Tooling Assembly
The tool holders are designed to accept
interchangeable crimping heads for crimping various
types of connectors.
For information concerning setup and operation of the
pneumatic tools, refer to Customer Manual 409--5862.
Read these instructions thoroughly before using the
Measurements are in metric units [with U.S.
customary units in brackets]. Figures and
illustrations are for reference only and are not
drawn to scale.
Reasons for reissue of this instruction sheet are
provided in Section 7, REVISION SUMMARY.
The tool holder assembly consists of the tool holder
body, cam, adjustable eccentric, pivot pin, and ratchet
pawl with emergency release. The ratchet ensures
that the tool completes the crimp cycle.
Previously installed cams and tool holders must
be removed before installing different ones.
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
A strip of adhesive--backed safety labels, printed in
various languages, is packaged with the tool holder
assembly. Remove the appropriate language label
from the strip and attach it to the tool holder or safety
sleeve. The safety sleeve is supplied with the small
and large tool holder assemblies. For these
assemblies, attach the safety labels to the safety
Be sure to select the correct assembly of tool
holder and cam. If incorrect assembly is used,
system will not operate properly.
1. If cam setscrew is not installed in cam, thread
setscrew into cam two to three turns.
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.
Overtightening the cam setscrew may damage
the setscrew or cam.
3. Tighten cam setscrew, then pull on cam to
ensure that it is firmly attached.
4. Properly align tool holder ratchet pawl with the
cam teeth (shown in Figure 2) and push tool holder
onto power unit so that it passes over the friction
ring on the power unit piston.
5. Slide tool holder locking ring toward tool holder
until it butts against the stop ring on the power unit
piston. Then turn ring clockwise to engage threads
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