Cable crimps connect feed cables from a driver to flat copper tape loops in a quick, easy and effective manner. Crimps also help to negate the requirement for a hot works permit, which can sometimes be a struggle to acquire onsite when you need to solder the copper tape to the feed cables.
The crimp tool compresses the connector to the round feed cable and clamps the teeth of the crimp onto the copper tape. There are three different types of crimps, two for different gauge wires (10-12AWG and 14-16AWG) and one for extending lengths of copper tape (Termi-foil splice crimp).
- Places where a hot works are not permitted
- Under floor Multiloops / Phased Array
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