Paladin PA8000 CrimpALL Crimp Tool Frame (Frame only)

ITEM #: PAL-8000 MFG #: 8000

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    8000 - Overview

    The Paladin PA8000 CrimpALL was designed with user satisfaction in mind and work with the most common BNC and coaxial cable brands. This world-class crimp tool is designed for superior confort and ease of use. It is an exceptional value and uses the same die sets as our 1300 Series crimpers. This is a Crimp Frame only. Dies Sold Separately.

    • Features:

      • Ulra-smooth, fully ratcheting crimp cycle with built-in safety release
      • Interchangeable die sets of heat-treated steel for long life
      • Soft, rubber-embedded handles
      • Long lasting tool that delivers over 50,000 crimp cycles
      • Rugged, double-plated jaw design to increase life span 10-year warranty
      • Angled head to prevent awkward wrist bending during operation
      • Reduced handle grip distance makes it easy for both small and large hands
      • Higher crimp force produced with less hand force so hand doesn't tire as quickly
      • No breakover hand-force -the effort required by most crimpers to make the last click at the end of the cycle to complete the crimp- the CrimpALL does the work!
      • Manufactured using the newest fine blanking technologies
      • EZI-Change die screws make changing die quick and easy -no screwdriver required
    • Specifications:

      • Cable Type: Belden 1855A, 1865A, 1505A, 1505F, 1694A, 1694F, 179DT
      • Crimping Range: 0.178" (4.500 MM), 0.255" (6.500 MM), 0.278" (7.000 MM), 0.068" (1.700 MM), 0.041" (1.000) Hex
      • BNC Connectors: AMPH-112957-11, AMPH-112951-11, AMPH-112955-11
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    8000 - Required Accessories

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