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PRO- CRIMPER III Hand Crimping Tool Assembly 58593- 1
Tyco Electronics Corporation
1. Make a sample crimp and determine if the
contact is straight, bending upward, or bending
2. If adjustment is required, loosen the screw that
holds the contact support onto the locator
The ratchet has detents that create audible clicks
as the tool handles are closed.
3. Place a contact with wire into the proper nest
and close the tool handles until the ratchet reaches
the sixth click, or until the contact support touches
4. Slightly loosen the nut that holds the locator
assembly onto the tool frame.
5. Move the contact support as required to
eliminate the bending of the contact.
6. Tighten the nut and close the handles until the
7. Remove and inspect the contact.
8. Make another sample crimp. If the contact is
straight, tighten the contact support screw. If the
contact is still being bent during crimping, repeat
the adjustment procedure.
5. CRIMPING PROCEDURE
This tool is provided with a crimp adjustment
feature. Initially, the crimp height should be
verified as specified in Figure 4. Refer to Section
6, CRIMP HEIGHT INSPECTION, and Section 7,
RATCHET (Crimp Height) ADJUSTMENT, to
verify crimp height before using the tool to crimp
desired contacts and wire sizes.
Refer to the table in Figure 1 and select wire of the
specified size and insulation diameter. Strip the wire
to the length indicated in Figure 1, taking care not to
nick or cut wire strands. Select an applicable contact
and identify the appropriate crimp section according
to the wire size markings on the tool. Refer to
Figure 3 and proceed as follows:
1. Hold the tool so that the back (wire side) is
facing you. Squeeze tool handles together and
allow them to open fully.
2. Holding the contact by the mating end, insert the
contact — insulation barrel first — through the front
of the tool and into the appropriate crimp section.
3. Position the contact so that the mating end of
the contact is on the locator side of the tool, and so
that the open “U” of the wire and insulation barrels
must face the top of the tool. Place the contact up
into the nest so that the movable locator drops into
the slot in the contact. Refer to Figure 3. Butt the
front end of the wire barrel against the movable
Make sure that both sides of the insulation barrel
are started evenly into the crimping section. Do
NOT attempt to crimp an improperly positioned
Back of Tool
Locator in Wire
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