The new PRO-Strike Punchdown Tool
combines rugged design, an ergonomic
comfort grip handle and enhanced functions.
The primary tool for all telecom and datacom
installers working with 110, 66, Krone and
BIX™ style cross connects. This professional
tool will provide precise, repeatable and
reliable terminations that helps ensure
installations pass certification and your
Terminate and cut Cat3/5/5e/6 cables
Spring loaded for fast, low effort wire seating and termination
Bayonet style (twist & lock) blade retention socket is compatible with industry standard tools and blades
New built-in hook - feeds or removes wire
New multi-use spudger - for screwdriver, IDC insert tool or to clean debris
110, 66, 630, Krone and BIX™ style interchangeable blades
Color coded yellow on the cut side of the tool per industry standard
Adjustable low and high force impact settings are precisely controlled to meet the industry standard 8762D spec
Will not damage sensitive circuitry
Spare blade storage compartment in the handle
Terminate and trim wires in 66, 110, Krone and BIX™ style cross connect blocks
Terminate and trim wires in 110 & 630 style wall jack modules
Tired of pulling the braid back over your coax cable jacket and getting little pieces of braid in your fingers?
Do it the EZ way! Cut a small piece of Velcro, the 'prickly' side, and stick it on the side of your coax stripper. You now have a comb to brush back the braid over the jacket. You will be happy with how nice and even the braid looks and your fingers will be happy too!
When stripping coax, do not turn your tool around as though it were a propeller.
As you rotate your tool, listen to the cutting of the braid and when it stops talking to you, turn another 1/8 to a 1/4 turn, open tool and remove the stripper. When rotating, be sure the hand that is holding the cable is supporting the cable immediately next to the tool. Allow no cable play!
WARNING: Platinum’s EZ-RJ45 connectors and crimp tools are designed to work as a system. Platinum Tools’ products are NOT intended to be compatible with other brands and such unintended use can result in bad connections, breakage, and human safety hazards, and will also void the warranty. Platinum is not responsible for any unintended uses of its products.