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MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
Pneumatic CERTI- CRIMP Tool Holder Assemblies 356302- 1, 356303- 1, and 1673611- 1
Tyco Electronics Corporation
Ratchet Pawl with
Press Pawl with
6. If the ratchet does not release after the jaws or
dies bottom, loosen the three securing screws,
remove the eccentric adjustment screw and rotate
the eccentric counterclockwise to a lower setting.
Repeat as required.
7. If the crimp cannot be made to conform to the
dimensions provided in the appropriate application
specification (114--series), the crimping head
and/or dies are defective and must be replaced.
5. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
To avoid injury, DISCONNECT TOOL FROM AIR
SUPPLY before performing any maintenance or
It is recommended that a maintenance and inspection
program be performed periodically to ensure
dependable and uniform terminations. The tool holder
should be inspected once a week. Frequency of
inspection should be adjusted to suit your
requirements through experience, and depends on:
1. Care, amount of use, and handling of the tool.
2. Type and size of the products crimped.
3. Degree of operator skill.
4. Presence of abnormal amounts of dust and dirt.
5. Your own established standards.
The tool holder is thoroughly inspected before
packaging. Since there is the possibility of damage
during shipment, the tool holder should be inspected
immediately upon arrival at your facility.
Remove dust, moisture, and other contaminants with
a clean, soft brush, or a soft, lint--free cloth. Do NOT
use objects that could damage the tool. Re--lubricate
tool holder (refer to Paragraph 5.1,B) before placing it
back into service.
Lubricate all pins, pivot points, and bearing surfaces
with a high quality grease. (Commercially available
Molykote grease is recommended.) Lubricate
according to the following schedule:
Holder used in daily production—lubricate daily
Holder used daily (occasional)—lubricate weekly
Holder used weekly—lubricate monthly
Wipe excess grease from tool holder, particularly from
jaw or die closure areas. Grease transferred from the
jaw or die closure area onto certain terminations may
affect the electrical characteristics of an application.
5.2. Periodic Inspection
Regular inspections of the tool should be performed
by quality control personnel. A record of scheduled
inspections should remain with the tool or be supplied
to supervisory personnel responsible for the tool.
Inspection frequency should be based upon amount
of use, working conditions, operator training and skill,
and established company standards.
1. Inspect the tool holder for missing pins or parts.
If parts are missing or defective, replace them by
referring to Section 6.
2. Check all bearing surfaces for wear. Make sure
the rollers on the crimping head turn freely with
minimal resistance. Replace any worn parts.
3. Inspect crimping jaws or dies for flattened,
chipped, or broken areas. Worn or damaged
surfaces are objectionable and will affect the
quality of the crimp.
4. When the tool is not in use, store in a clean, dry
6. REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR
Replaceable parts are listed in Figure 4. Parts other
than those listed in Figure 4 should be replaced by
Tyco Electronics to ensure quality and reliability of the
tool. Order replacement parts through your Tyco
Electronics Representative, or call 1--800--526--5142,
or send a facsimile of your purchase order to
1--717--986--7605, or write to:
P.O. BOX 3608
HARRISBURG, PA 17105--3608
For tool repair service, please contact a Tyco
Electronics Representative at 1--800--526--5136.
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