• 2 individually adjustable blades for non-standard and standard cables • ¼” strip between blades; open end for variable conductor lengths • Designed for use on RG-58/RG-59/RG-6/RG-6 Quad • Spring loaded handles - 5-7 rotations for most cables • Hex wrench included in handle for blade depth adjustments
One of our original styles of coaxial cable strippers for RG-58/59/6/6 Quad coax. What makes these products unique is that each blade is individually adjustable so if you are working with a non-standard type of coaxial cable (thicker jacket or thinner dielectric – 50Ω cables for example), the blades can be positioned according to the cable dimensions for a precise cut. If the traditional industry standard ¼” x ¼” prep tools just won’t work for your application, these are the products to try. A 3 position top side slide bar adjusts the cable V-notch size for fast adjustments of different diameter cables. Each tool includes a hex wrench stored in the handle. It is used to adjust the hex set screws to change the depth of each blade. If your applications require a standard ¼” x ¼” cable prep, we highly recommend the 45-605 PrepPRO™ for those applications. If you need the variable blade adjustment for unique cables or applications, then the 45-526 2-step adjustable blade stripper is for you. Blade cartridges are replaceable and adjustable.
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