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Pass-Thru™ Modular Crimper

VDV226-110

  • Fast, reliable modular crimp-connector installation for voice and data applications
  • All-in-one tool cuts, strips and crimps paired-conductor cables (round STP/UTP and flat-satin phone cables)
  • Crimps RJ11/RJ12 standard modular connectors
  • Crimps and trims Klein Tools RJ45 Pass-Thru™ Connectors
  • Full-cycle ratchet mechanism ensures complete connector termination
  • Cable parameters: 28-22 AWG flat or round; solid or stranded telephone and data
  • Trims flush to end face of connector to eliminate unintended contact between conductors
  • On-tool wiring guide helps minimize wiring errors
  • Rubber grip for added comfort
  • Use with Klein Tools Pass-Thru™ Connectors: VDV826-728, VDV826-729, VDV826-702, VDV826-703, VDV826-762, VDV826-763
  • Not for use with standard (non-Pass Thru) connectors
  • Replacement blade set available (VDV999-076)
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Premium, long lasting tool cuts, strips and crimps! Pass-Thru™ technology significantly reduces prep work time; tool wiring diagram on tool helps eliminate rework and wasted materials. Compact, non-slip comfort grip reduces hand strain and stores easily. For use with Klein Pass-Thru™ Connectors (VDV826-728, VDV826-729, VDV826-702, VDV826-703, VDV826-763).

Specifications
Position/Pair/Conductors:
4, 6, and 8-position RJ11/RJ12 Standard
Crimps:
RJ11/RJ12 Standard; Klein Tools Pass-Thru™ Connectors
Cuts & Strips:
STP/UTP and Flat Satin Phone Cable
Handle Color:
Yellow/Black
Handle Finish:
Dual Material Cushion Overlay
Overall Length:
6.094'' (154.8 mm)
Weight:
0.90 lb (0.41 kg)
UPC:
092644690945
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Always wear approved eye protection.
  • NOT insulated. Will NOT protect against electrical shock.
  • Never use on or near live electrical circuits.
  • Read carefully and understand instructions before using this tool.
  • Do NOT use the tool to pull the outer jacket off of the cable. Doing so may damage the conductors and the tool.