Phoenix ContactOctober 23, 2017

Stripping and crimping device, 100 - 240 V input voltage, for insulated ferrules with a cross-section range of 0.25 - 4.0 mm², according to DIN 46228-4: 1990-09, incl. 0.5 - 1.5 mm² conversion kits (6 - 12 mm sleeve length)

Your advantages

  • Quick change of cross section without the need for additional adjustments
  • Suitable for bulk processing
  • Up to 1000 conductors can be processed an hour
  • Rugged design
  • The pull-out forces meet the requirements of IEC/EN 60999 and IEC/EN 60947
  • The stripping and crimping machine can be used to process loose ferrules with insulating collars according to DIN 46228‑4
  • Quantity counter
  • The conductor is stripped in a single step and crimped with a ferrule to a high standard of quality

For more information:

https://www.phoenixcontact.com/online/portal/ca/pxc/product_detail_page/!ut/p/z1/5VfLctowFP0VumBXIfltlo5DQwihhEeCvfHI8jVV6ldsh6R8fSUgnZA2kGmGlT0aW69z5HOl47nGPl5gP6MrvqQ1zzOaiLbnm4GtXrn9C125_j64MYhze9GfK3bfuNE0fIt97FeQAKshcmkNy7z8hT1nOJQDNQ2xp8hawdhP7I2RaiCiIKKLu-xOeFhSCWAUss08HgmESmyl25XtPB677tU_kDWvE8BeT65cckaTFit5WvBs2arzPGmhlvutpRBCkPLVaKkauRVdL8R3B2XdEOwfVr3Fk3cu5yjeE3jr3QlnBp5uYhHFCc2Wj3QphG468orLjdm2SmDAV1Duxj4a4DKPHplkmcFzvcV-ZP-iOM2jl_d4s0k7znOoKU-qyxrSy1cTjoi1GiR2ojdJrNkksU3y7KRJnrWa5FmrSZ61muTZUaOOcZM-UCNFiPVc7F337vW1gwfY52HaeWJph3SKZ9bZkQfRhj0oZDREYs_vHx58B_ssz2opZCEFtskThG2SUi6qO2DVJgmv6g1Q1Kci3y5koh24u4w7SCn7wTOogr3otQk1FLVrExupoFKkg60gO-yKZqRTw-yqMcSGSKb9g_myTMc3Ew7k21PIAtcJxgvXdY6Ea6jiuxWHJzzP8jIV_zjbk8LkjkComCSKATGAEOkmsZDsQTaohmXGQEOL4j45toLyyRWO0GsnpT8_Lf3stMHRyGnpP_v2g4NHfWx8xpjVH2Oyv4xZ_IcxizS1tV1B88V6BuH6dYlfjW9LMBoZq72C6D4GQptob2BGsXoDO-FSyA_NiX3d03RvsFqfjdD-w_ecL78Bqi8nlg!!/dz/d5/L2dBISEvZ0FBIS9nQSEh/#Z7_82KCHG41MOJQ50AVGHU18H5QN1

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