A: The adjustment knob should be set such that the connector is fully compressed when the cycle is completed. The only way to do this is to perform a test with a connector in the chamber. Pull the plunger all the way back, then advance it slightly and repeat clamping down until you reach a point when the sleeve of the connector is flush with the body of the connector.
A: The Klein Tools VDV211-100 Extended Reach Crimper is designed for RG59, RG6/6Q cable. For Crimping RG11 please see the Klein Tools model # VDV211-063 Compression Crimper, which is designed to crimp F, BNC, and RCA connectors to Mini-coax, RG58, RG59, RG62, RG6/6Q, RG7, and RG11.
A: Yes that will work on RG11,10, and 9
A: With the handles open, the tip of the throw is just behind the F line.
A: Your not going to be able to size it with it open. You will need to put in a F connector in place the adjust the screw to where you have it close. Then you will be able to close the handle to finish the crimp. But do not over tighten the screw adjustment it will keep you from closing the handle. From what I remember the metal tip closes first then it starts to push the plastic bushing into the rest of the F fitting. The tool is singe to use and adjust. You don’t have to be perfect with the adjustment screw. Hope this helps
A: If using Klein Tools Universal Sleeve connectors, set the plunger to location corresponding with specific connector type. F = F, B/R = BNC/RCA. F Type connector: VDV812-606 - Universal F Compression Connectors RG6/6Q BNC Type connector: VDV813-607 - Universal BNC Compression Connectors RG6-R6Q
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