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68233-1 Datasheet(PDF) 5 Page - Tyco Electronics

Part No. 68233-1
Description  Pneumatic Tools
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Maker  MACOM [Tyco Electronics]
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Pneumatic Tools 68068 and 68068-1
Rev A
5 of 17
Tyco Electronics Corporation
Lubricator
Regulator
Airflow
To Tool
Filter and
Moisture Separator
DRAIN REGULARLY
CHECK AIR PRESSURE REGULARLY
(552 kPa [80 psi] Min-689 kPa [100 psi] Max)
CHECK OIL LEVEL REGULARLY
(Adjust to Very Fine Mist
Approximately 1 Drop per 15-20 Cycles)
D
Minimizes clogging and excessive
wear
D
Minimizes rust and corrosion
D
Prevents water from washing away
lubricants
D
Prevents water emission from
exhaust ports
D
Promotes smooth, consistent performance
D
Protects hoses and components from
damage
D
Eliminates sluggish or sticking valves and
pistons
D
Provides protective film for highly
polished or close tolerance surfaces
D
Provides seal in close tolerance areas
D
Extends life of pistons, cylinders, and
valves
SUGGESTED MANUFACTURERS
Filter and Moisture Separator, Regulator, Lubricator
Lubricator Oil
(Only Use Good Quality, Non-Synthetic Air Lubricant)
C.A. Norgen Co., Littleton, CO
Chicago Pneumatic ToolCo., New York, NY
(C.P. Airoilene SAE 10)
Chicago Pneumatic ToolCo., New York, NY
Figure 3
Airoilene is a trademark of Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.
2. DESCRIPTION
2.1. Physical Description
The tool consists of a housing, handle, and air hose that connects to an air supply. The housing contains the
cylinder, piston, and cam. The front of the housing accepts an interchangeable jaw assembly that is secured to
the housing by two pivot pins. The back of the housing features an identification plate. The handle has a
control button that actuates the tool. Refer to Figure 4.
2.2. Functional Description
To avoid personal injury, ALWAYS DISCONNECT the tool from the air supply when changing the jaw assembly.
Always keep fingers clear of jaws during the crimping operation.
When the tool is connected to the air supply, air pressure on the return side of the cylinder maintains the piston
and cam in a neutral position and allows the spring–loaded jaws to remain open. Refer to Figure 4, Detail A.
The operator can now position the wire–loaded terminal or splice in the jaws.
When the control button is depressed, full air line pressure is directed into the power side of the cylinder,
closing the jaws to the crimp position. Refer to Figure 4, Detail B.
Releasing the control button allows full air line pressure to enter the return side of the cylinder, returning the
piston and cam to neutral position. The spring–loaded jaws will open and the tool is ready for the next crimping
operation.
DANGER


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