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cable stripper 3 blades model

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4.3" long,RG58/59/62/6 cable stripper 3 blades model

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Coaxial Cable Stripper RG59 RG58 RG62 Tool BNC and Coax.
Used by professional cable installers who need to make precise strips on RG58, RG59, and RG6 cables. Simply squeeze the tool to insert the cable, release and spin it using the extra-large finger hole. Made with 3 blades ensure accurate stripping length of each cable section. Built-in 3 hex screws for accurate depth-of-cut and blade adjustment.

 

1.Stripping length: This stripper can strip cable in five lengths 4,6,8,10,12mm. The stripping length is preset to 6mm. If you want to strip other lengths, you may adjust the blade's position.

 

 

 

2.Blades' depth: You mat use the hex wrench, which is install on the bottom of the tool to adjust the blades' depth. Insert the hex wrench into the blade depth adjuster on the bottom of the stripper, then rotate the hex wrench clockwise (to cut smaller cable) or counterclockwise (to cut large cable). Repeat above steps to set the other blade. 

 

 

 

3.Stripping cable:

 

a). Use hex wrench to push the V-block out of the housing ,align the character on the V-block with the arrow, and   then insert the V-block into its housing. The indicated arrow recommended the RG cable size mark in front of the V-block. The V-block is reversible.

 

b). Press the knurled portion on the upper jaw to open the stripper's jaws.

 

c). Insert the cable you want to strip through the V-block until the cable reaches the V-shaped cable guide. Then release the upper jaw to close the jaws.

 

d). Insert your index finger into the stripper's finger ring, turn the stripper clockwise 3-5 times. The cable's insulation is cut while you turn the stripper.

 

e). Open the jaws and remove the cable, Pull away the outer jacket and dieelectric to expose the inner conductor

 

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