Professional Compression Crimping Tool [HT-H548A1]
For crimping RG59, RG6, and RG11 F Type compression connectors
Compression Distance: 15.5mm~22.6mm for RG59/6, 30.5mm~37.3mm for RG11
User's Manual (Sept 5, 2007)
Question: What is the difference between a standard coax crimper and a compression coax crimper?
Answer: The standard crimper (hex crimp) compresses the outer walls of a connectors barrel onto the inserted cable jacket into a hexagonal shape.
A compression connector has a plastic inner insertion sleeve the compresses the jacket of the cable between the inner and outer walls of the connector barrel. The compression tool compresses the insert with the cable jacket into place.
You can not use a standard connector with a compression crimper or visa versa.
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