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Combination Radial Stripper

$1997
  • Made for use on twisted pair and coaxial cables
  • Cutting blades made from durable, high-carbon steel for easy use
  • Blades adjust to cable diameters for a clean cut
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Product Overview

Klein Tools Combination Radial Stripper works on both twisted pair and coaxial cables. The precision, high-carbon steel blades automatically adjust to twisted pair cable diameters and won't damage internal conductors. Consistent cuts won't nick the inner sheaths. Klein's exclusive sliding depth gauge pre-measures coax cable for fast, accurate and repeatable stripping every time.
  • Easily and cleanly strips both coaxial and twisted-pair cable including RG59, RG6/6Q, CAT3, CAT5, CAT6 and 6A sizes
  • Precision high-carbon steel blades automatically adjust to twisted pair cable diameters; won't damage internal conductors
  • Finger loop for smooth, easy rotation
  • Easy debris clean-out
  • Premium tool features a slide depth gauge to pre-measure coax cable for quick, precise and repeatable 5/16-Inch (7.9 mm) and 1/4-Inch (6.4 mm) strips
  • Additional external blade in a structured design allows user to slit wire jacket for mid-span access or to open lengthwise
  • Also works with with RG6Q quad shield (dual shield) cable
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.25
Product Height (in.)
1.03
Product Width (in.)
2.46

Details

Electrical Tools Features
No Additional Features
Hand Tool Type
Wire Stripper/Cutter
Handle Material
Plastic
Individual/Set
Individual
Jaw Capacity
0
Jaw Tip Size
0
Joint Type
Fixed Joint
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

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  • 4.6
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Great Product!
I bought this a little over a month ago. I had many cables in my garage, that I wanted to test and see if they work working. Gives us you all the results you need telling you if the wires are lined up correctly or not. A new feature over the scout pro 2, is that you can measure cable length which the pro 2 did not have. I love the new lcd back light screen gives you easy reading. If you do network cabling full time, this is a great tool to have. You can also get this to do home projects!
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    Design flaw
    I had purchased this device four months ago and it has a design flaw it is that the barrel on the top will break as soon as you twist something on it because there is no bracket securing it I haven’t really use this device but when I did that is how I found out I had opened it up and discovered this design flaw
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      It measures length which is precisely what I wanted I almost bought a Chinese branded one off Ano...
      It measures length which is precisely what I wanted I almost bought a Chinese branded one off Another site and I’m glad I did not this cable tester works great!!!!
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        1 person found this helpful
        Works on RG59/RG6/RG6Q & CAT 3.5,6,5e,6A
        This Klein coax & CAT 5 & 6 stripper VDV110-295 is a handy little tool for stripping RG59/RG6/RG6Q & CAT 3,5,6,5e,6A. It strips the RG cables both the inner center copper wire & the shield perfectly, no cutting any strands of the shield, as well as striping CAT cables perfectly. No more trying to use a knife or wire cutters and nicking the inner wires! It's nice and light & small to carry around in your bag or pocket. Comes with good easy to follow instructions and nice pictures (see pic below) that help show you how to set up & use the tool.
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        Help me to find out where was the problem on the first minute , loose cable inside the box . I ha...
        Help me to find out where was the problem on the first minute , loose cable inside the box . I have a 500feet cord .the tester tell me exactly where is the problem..
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        2 people found this helpful
        So far, I’ve used this Scout Pro tester to identify the CATV ports in my house. I’m getting ready...
        So far, I’ve used this Scout Pro tester to identify the CATV ports in my house. I’m getting ready to cut the cord with cable TV and switch to over-the-air HDTV reception. I still need cable internet, however, so I need to know which of six cable runs connects to the port where my cable modem is plugged in. Before using the tester, I read the instruction manual carefully to understand how to check for continuity and port identification. Each of the seven buttons on the keypad has multiple functions, so some initial familiarity with the functions detailed in the manual was helpful. The tester is easy to use. I had no problem mapping out my cables using the included CoaxMap™ Location ID F-connectors. I verified that a couple of the cables were mislabeled, and one of them has a short. For the fun of it, I tried the length measurement function on a 125-ft run of cable that connects to my HD antenna. The tester reported a length of 128 ft, well within its ±5% accuracy specification. The VDV501-851 tester is a capable tool. Its use saved me a considerable amount of time identifying my cables.
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        Easy to use, Data and Coax cable tester. Does this job well. The first thing I used this for was...
        Easy to use, Data and Coax cable tester. Does this job well. The first thing I used this for was to quickly identify the four jacks that were installed for my home network. They weren't labelled which meant any sort of troubleshooting or change was really slow. I put four remotes on the four distant ends, then quickly identified which jack was which. Very nice... This gizmo won't tell you data transmission speeds (that would be lovely - but costs a lot more $$$). It will let you test coax cables, jacks, etc., for opens, shorts, miswires, or pair faults. It also supports a probe for tone testing (sold separately - I don't have one - VDV500-123) If you are testing a hub or switch, it has a "Hub blink mode" to identify port location Comes with five (of each) little remotes for LAN and Coax for identifying different remote cables.
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        2 people found this helpful
        Well built with a very sturdy case and the ability to trace a variety of circuit types. This kit...
        Well built with a very sturdy case and the ability to trace a variety of circuit types. This kit is very complete with numbered terminators to identify end points of network and cable runs. This allows one to trace a house with only one session running around the house to insert the plugs and then be able to trace them at the breakout panel. Very handy for sorting out the unusual labels for the wires in the panel. The backlit panel really helps in enclosed spaces.
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        2 people found this helpful
        Not a tool for a handyman put a valuable meter for IT, cable or phone technicians. It is light we...
        Not a tool for a handyman put a valuable meter for IT, cable or phone technicians. It is light weight and it has the capabilities to measure (RJ11/12), data (RJ45) and video (F-connector) coax cables. Coax and RJ 45 cables are being used a large amount now in the industry and as all cables can develop issues over time. I have to make multiple RJ 45 cables by installing my own ends as I have COAX cables for various pieces of equipment and having a method to test before installing saves me time and most of all frustration later. I recommend this meter.
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        I’m a semi-retired I.T. technician and I try to leave the cabling jobs to the younger folks but s...
        I’m a semi-retired I.T. technician and I try to leave the cabling jobs to the younger folks but sometimes I have to troubleshoot cables anyway. The Klein Scout Pro 3 tests phone, Ethernet, and coax cables. It offers a backlit screen, which is handy, and a 9-volt battery is included. On the downside, it doesn’t come with a case. It also doesn’t come with a toner wand (sold separately, Klein recommends the VDV500-123 probe). I’ve seen a couple of online videos that show the Scout will work with other brands of toner wand, but it seems to be hit-and-miss so if you’re planning on using this as a cable tracer you may as well plan on getting a VDV500 along with it. I haven’t gotten mine yet, but it’s on my ‘buy’ list. The kit does include the Scout 3, an internally stored remote, 5 RJ45 remotes, 5 coax remotes, and an F-connector (for coax). The battery powers off if the unit isn’t used for a while and there’s a voltage warning on the tool in case you unintentionally plug into a live P.O.E. connection or some such. Fit and finish is acceptable, but nothing exceptional. Getting the battery installed was a bit of a trudge – the snap on connectors were a tight fit on the 9-volt. I’d advise using care when installing or removing the battery and be careful of how you route the battery wires. The push buttons are positive and can be operated when wearing light gloves (but maybe not so much really thick winter gloves). YMMV. If you’re new to this type of tool you may find the instructions included somewhat lacking – I think they’re intended for experienced techs. However, there are a number of online videos for the Scout Pro and Scout Pro 2 (and other Klein models) that are very instructive. In use I’m finding the new Scout to be very accurate – it does a nice job of testing the length of Ethernet cables and for my jobs that’s a nice feature to have. I don’t troubleshoot voice or video cables on a regular basis, so I can’t really comment on that aspect of the tool. For testing cat5, cat5e, or cat6 connections though, it’s working very well for me. I also don’t install (or haven’t while I’ve had this tool, anyway) new patch panels and fresh data drops, but I think this tool would be very handy for those chores. Klein offers a two-year warranty on the tester, and Home Depot offers their 90-day return policy. It’s a good tool at a reasonable market price that works as advertised and I’ve seen no reason why the tool shouldn’t get full marks. Of course, I can’t speak to longevity – only time will tell on that score. HTH Regards, Jim
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