Milwaukee Tool’s M18 Force Logic 15T crimper has an in-line design, a centered grip for one-handed use and a 350-degree rotating head. Its quick release and push-to-close pin design provides access around splices and in crowded environments. Its predictive force monitoring feature constantly measures force output to deliver consistent speed. A precrimp battery check automatically ensures enough battery charge to...
Klein Tools’ Klein-Kurve wire stripper/crimper multitool is designed for voice/data/video professionals. It crimps four connector types, twists, loops and strips solid and stranded wires, and shears 6–32 and 8–32 screws. It has a reinforced head, precision shear-type cutting blades and a tip for grabbing, pulling and bending wires.
ABB’s Smart Tool+ dieless crimper can scan lug characteristics, automatically configure itself to deliver a solid crimp, check for quality in a finished crimp and load data to the cloud for storage and retrieval.
Platinum Tools’ EZ-RJ12/11 die is used to terminate EZ-RJ12/11 connectors. It is interchangeable and reversible when used with EXO crimp frame. It includes a single-cycle crimp and flush trim, and connectors lock into the tool for correct positioning during crimp. It can also crimp other standard “non-EZ” or pass-through style connectors.
Phoenix Contact’s Crimpfox Duo 10 crimping pliers have a rotating die that permits frontal or lateral insertion of ferrules and a locking mechanism keeps the die in position. It self-adjusts to accommodate single and twin ferrules, and 26-8 AWG single wires or 2x20 to 2x12 AWG twin ferrules.