The Iwiss 5 jaw crimping tool consists of a stripper and crimping device, four jaws and a screwdriver, so you don't have to go hunting when you want to switch between jaws. Suitable for mounting on non-insulated and insulated terminals, the tool set has strip crimps for wire sizes 22 "to 10.".
Stripping wire is a necessary part of the crimping process, and some tools include knives for stripping wire. Soldering can be used to attach wire crimping to common connections during disassembly.
The crimp tool kit can be extended by cable tester for the terminals themselves. Depending on the manufacturer, additional features may include cutting crimps for insulated and non-insulated wires.
Most wire connectors can carry wire, but they are not recommended for use with stranded wire. Stranded wire tools cut through the outer ring of the wire, reduce the total diameter of the wire and reduce the strength of each wire. Nickel plating of a solid wire core reduces the strength and flexibility of the wire core.
When crimp connectors are connected to a wire strand, they loosen their grip over time as the wire moves or vibrates. Wire connectors connect wire devices by connecting two sections of wire and allowing the wire to separate. Using insulated wire connectors is the easiest and fastest way to connect wires.
Picoblade type connector contacts have tiny contacts and are difficult to crimp with generic tools. Uniinsulated wire connectors (terminal types) are used for wiring wires that are not at risk of short circuits in the event of contact. They are more expensive, but you get away with less compared to their isolated terminals.
The clamps, also called crimps, consist of metal covers such as PVC or nylon. Many electrical connections are based on terminals that are bolted or plugged into the plug, with the open end crimped to the bare end of the wire or cable.
Crimping is a tool that compresses a crimp to form a secure connection between the terminals of a cable. Properly executed, crimping creates a solid bond and resists corrosion by gases and liquids. It is a common method to compress the terminal of a wire conductor for use in soldering.
To use it, insert one end of the wire that you connect halfway through the crimped connector. Once the crimp connector is attached, insert a strip at the end of each wire strand so that the part of the connector deforms and compresses, forcing it into the wire. The basic idea is that the connection is gas-tight as soon as the connector is ready.
This is effective because crimped joints deform the metal of the connector so that it gives way at the point where the wire is compressed, creating tensions in the surrounding plug forces that counteract each other and create a high level of static friction that holds the cable. Due to the elasticity of the metal in a crimped connection, they are very resistant to vibrations and temperature shocks.
Solid wire consists of a single piece of metal wire known as a strand. There are different colors and sizes of stranded wire but in applications where rigid stranded wire and stranded wire are flexible, a stable wire is used of the same size as stranded wire, for example when stranded wire is needed to move a robot arm. Different colors Solid core wire strand core wire can be composed of many pieces of solid wire bundled in a group.
In addition to their shape, litz wires are characterized by their insulation (insulated or not insulated) and can be crimped with conductor wire, wire crimp, wire insulation or insulation crimp. There is a selection of crimps for various tools, including the Molex original and others that do a good job, except for Iwiss SN-28B and AWG16, which are too loose to be used seriously. The Molex Original Plate Connection System has a crimping tool for housing contacts.
As the name suggests, you can use crimping or crimp connectors. A crimper requires you to connect the crimp connector to your connection as if you were using a wire strand. Make sure all crimps and connectors pass multiple product safety tests.
This tool squeezes M22-308 contacts, which are a different type of connector. M22 Milli Grid contacts can be crimped with this tool or with an engineering pad  The usual problem is that there is less force between the PCBs, which means that when assembling the cable, the tension on the connector body is not on the wire, which prevents the wire from being pulled through the contact.
Measure the crimp height (the crimp clamp in the center of the wire casing and the center insulation of the casing) to ensure that the crimp is within the range specified by the manufacturer. Measuring the height of the terminating wire in any crimping area is a good method of quality control, as it is non-destructive. Save crimp test samples and use a wire crimp tensile tester to ensure that crimping withstands the tensile strength specified by the manufacturer for the crimped wire.