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Klein Tools

Model VDV226011SEN

Internet #202038310

Store SKU #769671

Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper

$28.72 /each
  • Cuts, strips and crimps round STP/UTP and flat-satin phone cable
  • Modular-crimp connector installations for voice and data uses
  • Grips improve comfort, visibility, and allow quick identification

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The Klein Tools Ratcheting Modular Crimper and Stripper is a quick and efficient tool for modular-crimp connector installations for voice and data applications. It cuts, strips and crimps paired-connector cables, eliminating the need for multiple tools. Full-cycle ratchet mechanism prevents the release of the connector prior to full compression.

  • All-in-one tool cuts, strips and crimps round STP/UTP and flat-satin phone cable
  • Steel body with black-oxide finish for performance and durability
  • Crimping dies are precision ground from high-carbon steel
  • Crimps 4, 6 and 8-position modular connectors (RJ22, RJ11/RJ12 and RJ45)
  • Yellow and black grips enhance comfort, visibility and allow quick identification

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Will this tool crimp cat5 or cat6 ?

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April 19, 2016
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Both. The difference between cat5 and cat6 is the make up of the cable not the size of connectors. Cat6 has an additional feature that stops cross cable contamination by shielding each of the twisted pairs, whereas cat5 and cat5e do not.
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February 19, 2016
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The Klein Tools VDV226001SEN Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper will crimp both cat 5 and cat 6.
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February 17, 2016
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The Klein Tools VDV226001SEN Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper will crimp both cat 5 and cat 6.
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what is the purpose of the "release knob" it doesn't lock or unlock the handles either in the open or closed

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it doesn't lock or unlock the handles either in the open or closed position
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If you make a mistake (wrong size connector, wire too thick etc...) and the Crimper JAMS during the Ratchet Down Cycle, you will be glad the "release knob" is there.
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June 23, 2015
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The Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper has a full-cycle ratchet mechanism that prevents the release of the connector prior to full compression by locking the handles in place. The knob on the tool is a ratchet safety-release that allows you to unlock the handles prior to full compression.
For example: if you used a connector that is too large for the tool it would not fully compress causing the handles Read More
The Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper has a full-cycle ratchet mechanism that prevents the release of the connector prior to full compression by locking the handles in place. The knob on the tool is a ratchet safety-release that allows you to unlock the handles prior to full compression.
For example: if you used a connector that is too large for the tool it would not fully compress causing the handles to lock with the connector stuck in the tool. The safety-release knob would then be used to unlock the handles from the partially compressed position in order to remove the connector. Read Less
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will this crimper work for packard 56 terminals

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NO! RJ style 4,6, and 8 pin only along with Flat Wire Cut & Strip. Use Small Needle Nose to bend each Tab one over the other to bite the stripped wire. Then Squish It one last time.
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May 12, 2015
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No, this tool is used to crimp 4, 6, and 8 position modular connectors (RJ22, RJ11/RJ12, and RJ45).
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can i strip network cable with this tool

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It has an integrated blade for stripping the outer jacket of a category cable. It cannot strip the individual conductors in the twisted pairs.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great easy to use this is a normal crimper/stripper that works great and is easy to use September 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works well for price Easy to crimp with, I found the wire stripping option on this tool be be a bit difficult to use and dull, but then again its not a wire stripper. For crimping it works great. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great crimpers, however made in Taiwan I was a low voltage electrician for many years working in fire alarm and klein has always been my go to brand for hand tools. Recently when I switched over to vdv I was pleased to see that klein offered tools for this field. I love these crimpers as they do what they are designed for, however was very disappointed to see that they aren't made in USA, but instead, Taiwan. Especially considering you're paying for the quality of klein, in this case I feel like I more so paid for the name as home Depot has other overseas made offerings for half the price. If you pride yourself on american made, I would consider ideal or piladin tools. April 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Klein... Enough Said The crimper is exactly what I expect from a company like Klein. Unlike the other crimpers that I have used this one is all metal construction with nice grips. After installing Ethernet in two homes using this crimper I have given my other cat5 crimpers away. The stripper works every time. No more short strips or unsightly weak long strips. No more loose connectors because the tool did not ratchet closed completely. For the extra few dollars this crimper will save in the long run. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great quality tool I needed a crimper to make some Ethernet cables for a job that I was doing. I looked this product up online along with its competition. At my local Home Depot I saw the two products and asked a sales associate about them. She told me that the Klein tool was much better and she never saw one returned. I am glad that I made this purchase and am sure this Klein tool will last me a long time. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Klein Crimper Great product easy to use good quality would recommend to anyone January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kline is excellent The very best of network wiring tools. The Kline tool is easy to use and provides a perfect crimp. You need to be careful with the stripping portion of the tool as you can cut into the wires. January 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just What I Needed! Easy Crimping Strength Required. Needed an RJ9 (RJ22) 4P4C Size Crimping Tool. But all the other sizes are there as well. Definitely a One Size Fits All kind of tool. November 13, 2015
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