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Klein Tools Coaxial Compression Crimper Crimps Most Coaxial Connectors

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Klein Tools VDV211-063 Compression Wire Coaxial Crimper Lateral BNC RCA RG F

Brand: Klein Tools
MPN: VDV211-063
Condition: New

-One tool crimps most cable sizes for both inside (premises) and outside (utility) cabling
-Crimps F, BNC, and RCA connectors to coaxial cables: Mini-coax, RG58, RG59, RG62, RG6/6Q, RG7, and RG11
-Heavy duty zinc die-cast chassis for durable, long lasting performance
-F/BNC/RCA gauge markings on tool for accurate positioning and quick adjustment of the plunger
-Unique cable selection wheel eliminates the need to change plunger tips, saving time and avoids lost parts
-Open design for easy connector insertion, complete compression and simple removal
-For convenience, the locking-nut retains plunger settings
-Spring loaded return increases user comfort and ease of use
-Adjustable universal plunger ensures optimized crimping on multiple types of connectors
-Integrated handle lock for easy storage

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