Milwaukee Tool’s cordless 12V cable cutter generates 5,000 lbs. of force. The scissor-style jaws enable cutting in crowded panels without looping, ratcheting or long arms. An LED light illuminates the line of cut. With an open jaw, powered ratcheting mechanism and blade geometry, it fits into tight spaces and cuts through large-diameter cable, leaving an installation-ready cut.
Greenlee’s ES32LX 18V in-line cable cutter is lightweight and easy to control, and one trigger controls all tool functions. The tool automatically retracts when the cutting cycle is complete, and the head rotates 360 degrees. It is designed for use inside panelboards because of its small size.
DeWalt’s 20V cable-cutting tool is designed to cut copper and aluminum cable. It features a bright LED light that helps to illuminate the cutting area. The inline forward/reverse switch offers a convenient one-handed operation.
Klein Tools’ three-piece tool set includes everything needed to cut, strip and test cable. The 9-in. high-leverage side-cutting pliers are made from steel and have induction-hardened cutting knives. The Klein-Kurve wire stripper/cutter cuts, strips and loops 8–16 AWG solid and 10–18 AWG stranded wire. The noncontact voltage tester detects 50–1,000 voltages.
Knipex Tools’ 11-in. ratcheting cable cutter cuts up to 750 MCM copper and aluminum single conductors as well as multiple stranded cables, though it is not suitable for steel wire and wire ropes. It has precision-ground, hardened blades and a two-stage ratchet drive. The 1,000V multi-component handles meet or exceed ASTM, IEC and VDE specifications. It is made of high-grade...
Greenlee’s Gator ESR1000LX ratcheting cable cutter is designed for one-handed operation and can cut up to a 1,000 kcmil in copper and 1,250 kcmil in aluminum. It has a forward-reverse button with safety lock. The handle is designed to reduce hand strain and has an overmolded grip. It is lightweight with a well-balanced center of gravity to optimize hand positioning.