Hilti’s universal cordless crimper and cutter tool works with all interchangable jaws. Jaws retract automatically after completing an operation. It is a compact and light inline tool for access and maneuverability. The head rotates 350 degrees, and the approximate cycle time is 4 seconds. It offers a crimping force of 53 kN, and it crimps copper and aluminum conductors.
iToolCo.’s ratchet cutter features telescoping handles for added leverage in tight locations. The cutting capacity is up to 13/4 in. It comes with a carrying case, and the blades have a six-year warranty. It also includes replacement blades and a large grip for added comfort.
Generac’s light tower reduces glare and minimizes light pollution by positioning the tower at 0 degrees or straight down to focus light downward. It provides 360-degree illumination, and the glare-free lighting provides even coverage with minimal light pollution. The fixture is impact-resistant and ground-adjustable.
Amprobe’s DM-5 power quality analyzer is compatible on PC devices by Bluetooth communication. It measures power, harmonics, waveform and power quality. It enables users to visualize measurements separately and together.
Jameson’s Wee Buddy 1/8-in. fish tape is designed for occupied conduit as small as 1/2 in. The round rod slides over existing wires, especially at bends, with a nonbinding payout and return to canister. The easy-grip design allows for more efficient pushing and pulling. It features a nonconductive fiberglass rod, a 1/2-in. bending radius and a 200-lb. pull/tensile strength. It...
Ridgid’s RE6 cable termination tool incorporates a movable collar that enables users to switch between three interchangeable heads with a 360-degree rotation. It features an in-line design for one-handed operation in tight spots and an LED illuminates the workspace.