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PRO-Strike™ Punchdown Tool

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The new PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool combines rugged design, an ergonomic comfort grip handle and enhanced functions. The primary tool for all telecom and datacom installers working with 110, 66, Krone and BIX™ style cross connects. This professional tool will provide precise, repeatable and reliable terminations that helps ensure installations pass certification and your peace-of-mind.

  • Terminate and cut Cat3/5/5e/6 cables
  • Spring loaded for fast, low effort wire seating and termination
  • Bayonet style (twist & lock) blade retention socket is compatible with industry standard tools and blades
  • New built-in hook - feeds or removes wire
  • New multi-use spudger - for screwdriver, IDC insert tool or to clean debris
  • 110, 66, 630, Krone and BIX™ style interchangeable blades
  • Color coded yellow on the cut side of the tool per industry standard
  • Adjustable low and high force impact settings are precisely controlled to meet the industry standard 8762D spec
  • Will not damage sensitive circuitry
  • Spare blade storage compartment in the handle

Application

  • Terminate and trim wires in 66, 110, Krone and BIX™ style cross connect blocks
  • Terminate and trim wires in 110 & 630 style wall jack modules

Part Numbers

13150C
PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool, handle only
13155C
PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool, w/66 blade
13156C
PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool, w/110 blade
13157C
PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool, w/66 & 110 blades
13159C
PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool, w/66/110 Combo blade

Tips

How you use your tools is just as important as what tool you choose for an application.

Combing Your Braid
Coax stripping EZ!

Combing Your Braid — Coax stripping EZ!

Tired of pulling the braid back over your coax cable jacket and getting little pieces of braid in your fingers?

Do it the EZ way! Cut a small piece of Velcro, the 'prickly' side, and stick it on the side of your coax stripper. You now have a comb to brush back the braid over the jacket. You will be happy with how nice and even the braid looks and your fingers will be happy too!

F and RG6 Quad
No more stab wounds.

F and RG6 Quad — No more stab wounds.

Pushing an F connector onto RG6 QUAD coax cable can be a real bear, BUT don't despair. Combine these two tools to make it EZ!

1. Use the EZ-GRIP Puck for holding & gripping the cable.

2. Thread the connector onto the F Connector Assembly Removal Tool.

Listen To Your Stripper
Your Coax stripper!

Listen To Your Stripper — Your Coax stripper!

When stripping coax, do not turn your tool around as though it were a propeller.

As you rotate your tool, listen to the cutting of the braid and when it stops talking to you, turn another 1/8 to a 1/4 turn, open tool and remove the stripper. When rotating, be sure the hand that is holding the cable is supporting the cable immediately next to the tool. Allow no cable play!

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