TE Connectivity, CERTI-CRIMP Plier Crimping Tool for PIDG Splices/Terminals, Plasti-Grip Terminals

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Product Details

TE Connectivity CERTI-CRIMP Double Action Hand Crimp Tools

CERTI-CRIMP Premium grade double action hand tools (DAHT) for crimping a wide range of terminals and contacts on to wire. The dies of these double action hand crimp tools travel in an arc-like path. These CERTI-CRIMP premium grade hand crimp tools are designed to high specifications using high-quality materials to produce high-quality consistent terminations with optimal electrical and mechanical performance. Premium grade hand crimping tools require minimum operator skill to produce high quality crimps to specified parameters. Each hand crimp tool incorporates crimping dies, locating and straightening features that enable the terminals crimped by these tools to meet requirements of applicable TEC application (114-) specifications. The CERTI-CRIMP double action hand crimp tools for crimping FASTON, MATE-N-LOK, PIDG and PLASTI-GRIP terminals feature insulation crimp height adjustment and a locator for terminal positioning. The whole design of the CERTI-CRIMP double action hand crimp tool ensures that the dies are bottomed independent of operator technique, fatigue or tool wear & tear. The crimp tool features a CERTI-CRIMP ratchet which is factory set to stay locked until the handles of the tool are fully closed and the dies are bottomed. This ratchet mechanism ensures that the tool only opens once a complete crimp cycle is achieved preventing partial crimps. The handles of the crimp tool are set to specific pressures to meet different crimp force requirements. To aid identification, colour coding or wire size information is displayed on the head or handles of the crimp tool.

Features and Benefits

High specification design using high-quality materials
Fixed crimp dies for specific terminal types
Minimum operator skill required
CERTI-CRIMP ratchet control for full crimp cycle assurance
Contact locator and crimp height adjustment
Ergonomically designed handles with pre-set handle force pressures
Colour coding and wire size displayed for identification
Repairable
Life service of over 50000 cycles if maintained

Applications

These CERTI-CRIMP premium grade double action hand crimping tools are used to crimp a wide range of terminals and contacts. Applications include low production runs, prototype work and repairs and any application that requires consistent, high-quality terminations. These CERTI-CRIMP premium grade hand crimp tools are also suitable for use in most military, UL and CSA applications

Specifications
Attribute Value
Series CERTI-CRIMP
Crimp Tool Type Plier
Crimp Connector Type PIDG Splices/Terminals, Plasti-Grip Terminals
For Use With Splices and Terminals 14-16 AWG
Wire Size mm² 1.2 → 2mm²
Wire Size AWG 16 → 14
33 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 1,054.87
(exc. GST)
$ 1,213.10
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
$1,054.87
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