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Punch Down Tool-Network Impact Block Termination Tool with 110 Blade Type

SKU ZCPDT002-G Category

Specifications:
1. Model/Name: ZCPDT002-G Punch Down Tool
2. Application: Suitable for network distribution frame, telephone distribution frame network module, telephone module isobar, wire, tangent
3. Net weight: 105±5g
4. Material:
Product body: ABS+TPR
Colour: Orange
5. SIZE: 11.8×3×2.8 CM

Professional Punch Down Tool

SKU: ZCPDT002-G

ZCPDT002 G2

 

Specifications:
1. Model/Name: ZCPDT002-G Punch Down Tool
2. Application: Suitable for network distribution frame, telephone distribution frame network module, telephone module isobar, wire, tangent
3. Net weight: 105±5g
4. Material:
Product body: ABS+TPR
Colour: Orange
5. SIZE: 11.8×3×2.8 CM

 

Features:
1. A spare blade storage chamber in the handle with a cover.
2. Twist-lock style holder provides quick, easy blade changes and prevents pullout.
3. The rubber grip handle provides easy operation and comfortable use.
4. ABS+TPR material, rigid handle provides excellent durability performance.

 

Product Size:

Punch Down Tool Product Size

A punch-down tool is a handheld tool used in telecommunications and networking for terminating and connecting wires to terminal blocks, patch panels, or keystone jacks. It is commonly used in applications like data cabling, telephone wiring, and Ethernet installations. The punch-down tool is an essential tool for creating secure and reliable connections.

 

Here’s how a punch-down tool works and how to use it:

  1. Components: A typical punch-down tool consists of a handle or grip and a spring-loaded, slotted blade or bit.
  2. Prepare the Cable: Before using the punch-down tool, ensure that you have prepared the cable. This typically involves stripping the cable’s outer insulation and untwisting the pairs, exposing the individual wires.
  3. Select the Appropriate Block: Identify the terminal block or patch panel where you need to terminate the wires. The layout and design of the block or panel will determine which slots or connectors you need to use.
  4. Position the Wire: Carefully place the exposed wire into the appropriate slot or connector on the terminal block or patch panel. It’s important to make sure the wire is fully seated and correctly oriented according to the wiring standard you are following (e.g., T568A or T568B for Ethernet cabling).
  5. Punch Down: With the wire correctly positioned, place the blade of the punch-down tool over the wire in the slot. Apply firm and even pressure on the tool’s handle. The tool’s spring-loaded mechanism will cause the blade to cut through the insulation of the wire and make a secure connection with the terminal inside the slot.
  6. Repeat as Needed: If you’re working with multiple wires, continue the process for each wire, ensuring that they are correctly seated and punched down.
  7. Test the Connection: After terminating the wires, it’s essential to test the connections to make sure they are secure and functional. This often involves using a cable tester to check for proper continuity.

Punch-down tools are available in various designs, and the type of blade or bit can vary depending on the specific connector type or terminal block you’re working with. Some common applications include 110-type and 66-type punch-down tools used for phone connections, and 110 and Krone-type punch-down tools used for Ethernet and data cabling.

Using a punch-down tool correctly is crucial for creating reliable and stable connections in network and telecommunication installations. Incorrect or poorly terminated connections can lead to signal loss, interference, and connectivity issues.

 

Alloy steel double bit.

2 in 1 knife head Threading bunk
Punching/tangential 2-in-1 knife head Threading bunk

 

Production Function:

Suitable for network distribution frame, telephone distribution frame network module, telephone module isobar, wire, tangent Fine mold to ensure the accuracy of wire binding, fast cutting, and flat without excess cables, with no residue
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