The all-in-one Ratcheting Modular Crimper/Stripper cuts, strips and crimps paired-conductor cables (round STP/UTP and flat-satin phone cables). Durably made from steel and finished in black oxide for high performance, it provides fast, reliable modular-crimp connector installation for voice- and data applications. Other features include: Crimps 4-, 6- and 8-position modular connectors (RJ22, RJ11/RJ12 and RJ45); Designed for Western Electric (WE)/Stewart Stamping (SS)-type modular connectors. Dimensions: 4-Inch x 7.5-Inch x 0.9-Inch. Klein Tools offers a comprehensive line of VDV products created to prep, connect, and test network, phone, CATV, home theater, satellite, and security cables for residential or commercial systems.
For use with crimping RJ22, RJ11/RJ12 and RJ45
One tool does it all – crimps, cuts and strips conductor cables (round STP/UTP and flat satin phone cable)
Highly durable tool – crimping dies made from high carbon steel and the body is made from black-oxide coated steel
All-In-One Tool, cuts, strips and crimps paired-conductor cables (round STP/UTP and flat-satin phone cable)
Crimps 4, 6, and 8 position modular connectors (RJ22, RJ11/RJ12, and RJ45)
Steel body with black-oxide finish for excellent performance and durability
Crimping dies are precision ground from high-carbon steel
Designed for Western Electric (WE)/Stewart Stamping (SS)-type modular connectors
Ratchet safety-release and a blade-guard on cutting and stripping knives reduce risk of injury
Full-cycle ratchet mechanism prevents the release of the connector prior to full compression
Yellow and black grips enhance comfort, visibility, and allow quick identification
Three crimping dies (8-position, 6-position and 4-position)
Cable parameters: 28-22 AWG (.08 - .34 mm²) flat or round; solid or stranded telephone and data
Not for use with AMP® connectors
AMP® is a registered trademark of TYCO, Inc.
Replacement blade set available (Cat. No. VDV999-064)
Klein Tools voice/data/video (VDV) professional-grade product line features tools, connectors and testers for video and data communication professionals.
Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.