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68233-1 Datasheet(PDF) 4 Page - Tyco Electronics

Part No. 68233-1
Description  Pneumatic Tools
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Manufacturer  MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
Direct Link  http://www.macom.com
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Pneumatic Tools 68068 and 68068-1
Rev A
4 of 17
Tyco Electronics Corporation
Figure 2 (End)
Tool 68068-1
Handle and
Control Button
Tool 68068
Handle and
Control Button
Air Hose
101.6 [4.0]
305 [12] Approx
266.7 [10.5]
Jaw Assembly
1.2. Air Line Requirements
Use clean, dry, oil treated air, regulated between 552 kPa [80 psi] and 689 kPa [100 psi]. It is important that the
air pressure is maintained constantly within the required air pressure range. Pressure lower than stated will be
insufficient for the crimping operation. Pressure higher than stated may cause damage to the tool.
A filter and moisture separator, regulator, and lubricator (customer supplied) must be used with this tool to
ensure dependable performance and long life. It is strongly recommended that the units be installed at each
tool in the order shown in Figure 3. Mount the units as close as possible to the tool, preferably where the tool
hose is connected to the air system. Make sure that the units are checked regularly on an assigned schedule.
Suggested manufacturers and benefits realized by the use of this equipment is given in Figure 3.
1.3. Air Pressure CheckList
Check the air pressure at the tool while the tool is operating.
A. If the Air Pressure is Below 552 kPa [80 psi]
1. Check the air compressor and air line pressure regulator for sufficient capacity, proper settings, and
mechanical condition.
2. Check for clogged or kinked air lines or hoses.
3. Check the air lines, hoses, and fittings or couplings for correct size (may be too small).
B. If the Air Pressure is Above 669 kPa [100 psi]
Check the air compressor and air line pressure regulator for proper settings and mechanical condition.
1.4. Safety Precautions
To avoid personal injury or damage to the tool, carefully observe the following safety precautions before and
during operation of the tool.
— ALWAYS disconnect the air supply before changing the jaw assembly or performing any maintenance
on the tool
— ALWAYS keep fingers clear of the jaws when operating the tool
— ALWAYS ensure that the correct type and size terminal or splice is used in the jaw assembly
— ALWAYS ensure that the pivot pins are fully inserted into the jaws
— NEVER operate the tool without the jaw assembly installed; otherwise, damage to the tool could occur
— NEVER allow air pressure to exceed 689 kPa [100 psi]

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