This all-in-one compression tool design allows for assembly of series 59/6, 7, 11 and MINI drop connectors from most connector manufacturers (Arris/Telewire, Corning Cabelcon, Corning Gilbert, F-Conn, PCT, PPC and Belden)
Tool is supplied with two unique interchangeable plunger tips (IPT) that will assemble the majority of all the universal series of 59/6, 7 and 11 connectors as well as 59/6 PPC-EX and PCT-TRS. Additional IPT’s are available for RCA, BNC, IEC and other F connector applications.
The C.A.T.-AIO KIT comes standard with 2 interchangeable plunger tips (IPT 1A/1B and IPT 2A/2B), a DDT 596/11 coax stripper, a gauge block and hex wrench for calibration – all stored in its own plastic case. Other kits are available with different varieties of interchangeable plunger tips and coax stripping tools
Field-proven design based on original Cablematic C.A.T. series with high strength cast aluminum body
Easy tool calibration with supplied gauge block and star adjustment wheel on the handle
The C.A.T.-AIO KIT allows the user to pick and choose only the additional plunger tips that are required for their unique applications
Interchangeable plunger tips, tool body and tool case are clearly identified with all the appropriate connector types
Made in the U.S.A.
U.S. Patent Nos.: 5,934,137; 5,647,119 and 6,820,326
Length: 11.5 x 8.25 x 2.5 in. (292 x 210 x 63.5 mm)
Weight: 2.9 lb (1315 g)
Size / Operation
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Recommended Service Interval
Standard Package Contains
Ripley Company Lifetime Warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of any product which proves to be defective in material or workmanship, under normal use and service.
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