CPT coax cable strippers are factory-calibrated to remove the right amount of cable jacket, cut the braid and dielectric to the proper length, and expose the center conductor in one smooth operation. Hardened, Tool-steel Blades: Made of the highest quality steel, CPT blades ensure optimum performance over a long life. Each cartridge can prepare 2, — 5, cables, depending on braid coverage. Factory Calibration: Pre-calibrated dimensions for different applications help to ensure that jackets are stripped and braid and dielectric are cut back properly. Patented Clean-out Feature: The patented cleanout feature of the CPT tool automatically removes excess jacket, braid, and dielectric from the tool after stripping. Color-coded Bodies and Cartridges: Color-coding of the tool bodies and replaceable cartridges makes it easy to identify the right tool for the application.
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TERMINATING COAXIAL CONNECTORS
Our cable stripper's adjustable blade depth to "score" without damaging shielding and conductors. And, our combo stripper is a highly versatile tool that quickly cuts and rings Teflon, smoothly slits fiber, copper, electric and coaxial cables, and rings pair cable without nicking the conductor. Two slots side by side strip both IW jacket and individual conductors. It features easily adjustable blade depth to "score" without damaging shielding and conductors.
Coax Cable 2-Level Radial Stripper
I am installing some security cameras and purchased feet of cable that I need to install RG59 BNC compression cable ends on and so I purchased a tool. These instructions apply specifically to the connectors I have linked above and the tools linked above as well. The first thing I learned is that you ought to purchase a Cable Stripper Tool.
Coaxial cable, commonly referred to as coax, is an electronic signal wire used for signals that are sensitive to interference by outside noise sources. For example, lightning, clear air static, motors and high frequency electronic signals could impose themselves on the wire and corrupt the signal. Coax guards against this by wrapping a single conductor with a tube of metal foil and mesh.