Panduit CT-1700 manual

Panduit CT-1700
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  • Number of pages: 2
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Part No. CT-1700

    OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Contour Crimp

    CONTROLLED CYCLE

    CRIMPING TOOL

    Crimps Panduit #8 - #1 AWG
    copper lugs and splices, #6 - #4
    AWG aluminum lugs and splices,
    #8 - #2 AWG non-insulated S series
    tubular terminals; and #16 AWG -
    #3 AWG copper CTAPF taps.
    Provides UL Listed and CSA Certified terminations
    with applicable Panduit terminals.
    COPPER AND ALUMINUM COMPRESSION
    CONNECTOR CRIMPING INSTRUCTIONS
    OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
    PA23614A01
    Rev.: 05 3-2017

    CT-1700

    Figure 1
    1. With the handles in the open position,
    depress die release and rotate die to desired
    pocket. The pocket will lock in place when an
    audible “click” is heard (Die index number and
    color appear to the left of corresponding
    pocket).
    CAUTION: Do not cycle tool unless the die
    release button has seated and the die has
    locked in place.
    Refer to product packaging for selection of the
    proper crimp pocket. Place the desired
    compression connector in the crimp pocket
    (See Fig. 2).
    2. Close handles until the connector is held
    snugly in position—do not deform the barrel.
    3. Remove end plug(s) [for aluminum
    compression connectors only]. Insert the
    stripped wire into the connector until the wire
    stops. Refer to product packaging for wire
    strip length.
    4. Crimp the connector by closing the handles
    until the controlled cycle mechanism releases.
    Repeat this operation for the compression
    connectors that require more than one
    compression.
    Upon release, the handles will open
    automatically and the crimped connector can
    be removed.
    After crimping, inspect that the crimp is
    centered on the barrel in order to achieve
    optimal pullout performance. Also, inspect die
    index number embossed in connector by crimp
    die.
    ©
    Panduit Corp. 2017
    Email:
    EU Website: www.panduit.com/emea
    Technical Support
    Tel: 1-800-777-3300
    Panduit Europe EMEA Service Center
    Tel: +31 546 580 452 • Fax: +31 546 580 441
    CAUTION: Verify power isOFF before
    working on wiring with this tool. The
    cushioned grips are for the user’s
    comfort, and are not intended to insulate
    against shock while working on live
    electrical circuits.
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    Rotating Crimp
    Die Wheel
    Crimp Die Release Push Button
    Figure 2
    DIE INDEX NUMBER
    EMBOSSED FOR
    INSPECTION
    www.panduit.com
    CRIMP POCKETS FOR
    Panduit Compression
    Connectors. Refer to product
    packaging for wire range and
    proper crimp pocket. Crimp
    pockets are identified with
    applicable die index number
    and color code.
    Controlled cycle mechanism
    prevents tool from opening
    before crimp cycle is
    complete.
    Manual release lever, push
    forward in the event that
    controlled cycle mechanism
    must be released.
    Cushioned Handle Grips
Panduit CT-1700

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Panduit CT-1700 specifications

General
Brand Panduit
Model CT-1700
Product Tongs
Language English
Filetype PDF
Technical details
Type Crimping tool
Product colour Black,Green
Quantity 1
Sustainability certificates RoHS
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