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Instruction Sheet
Double Action Hand Tool (DAHT)
Adapter Assembly 1213563-1
408--4485
LOC B
1 of 5
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17 MAR 10 Rev B
(For Use With 626 Pneumatic Tooling Assemblies)
Figure 1
Setscrew
Adapter
Cam
Clevis
Adapter Assembly
Adapter Cavity
Quick Pins
(Supplied with
Adapter Assembly)
Typical DAHT
Crimp Head (Ref)
Mounting Holes
Clevis
1. INTRODUCTION
DA HT Adapter Assembly 1213563--1 is designed to
accept the crimp head from any DA HT to adapt the
crimp head for use with 626 pneumatic tooling
assemblies. DAHTs are available from Tyco
El ectronics. For information concerning the setup and
operation of the pneumatic tool, refer to Customer
Manual 409--5862.
This instruction sheet provides:
recommended procedures for crimp head
removal from the hand tool
crimp head installation into the adapter
installation and removal of the cam and adapter
from the pneumatic tool
maintenance, inspection, and repair information
for the adapter
For wire preparation and crimping procedure, and
crimp head maintenance, i nspection, and repair, refer
to the associated instruction sheet.
Read these instructions thoroughly before
proceeding.
Dimensions are in millimeters [with inch
equivalents in brackets]. Figures and illustrations
are for identification only and are not drawn to
scale.
Reasons for reissue of this instruction sheet are
provided in Section 6, REVISION SUMMARY.
2. DESCRIPTION
The adapter assembly facilitates the connection of the
crimphead(typicalshowninFigure1)tothe
pneumatic tool and provides the necessary motion of
the crimp head jaws when the pneumatic tool is
actuated. When the tool is actuated, the cam extends
into the adapter, contacting the crimp head jaws.
When the cam retracts, the force is removed from the
jaws and they return to their starting position.
The jaws may be opened and closed manually by
simultaneously squeezing the two opposing clevises,
which are coupled to the jaws. The quick pins secure
the crimp head to the adapter.
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
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3. SET UP
3.1. Crimp Head Removal from Hand Tool
1. Remove the two retaining rings from one side of
the hand tool body and push the retaining pins,
along with the two remaining retaining rings,
through the opposite side of the tool body as
shown in Figure 2.
2. Slide the crimp head out of the tool body.
3.2. Crimp Head Installation onto Adapter
The adapter has two quick pins installed. The quick
pins will be used to secure the crimp head to the
adapter. Therefore, these quick pins must be
removed prior to installing the crimp head, then
proceed as follows:
1. Align the crimp head mounting holes with the
adapter quick pin holes as shown in Figure 1, then
insert the crimp head into adapter cavity.
2. Install the quick pins through the slotted holes in
the adapter and into the crimp head mounting
holes. S ee Figure 1.
If quick pins become difficult to install, it may be
necessary to jog the clevises to properly align the
holes.
After the crimp head is installed, make sure that
the quick pins are FULLY inserted to avoid
personal injury and damage to the tool.
3.3. Adapter Installation and Removal
After the crimp head has been installed onto the
adapter, the adapter is ready for i nstallation onto the
pneumatic tool. R efer to Customer Manual 409--5862
for instructions on removing a previously installed
cam and tool holder from the pneumatic tool.
Air pressure must be removed from the
pneumatic tool t while crimp head or tool holder
is detached.
DO NOT operate the pneumatic tool without the
proper adapter and crimp head installed.
1. If the adapter cam setscrew is not installed in
the adapter cam, thread the setscrew into the
adapter cam two to three turns.
2. Place the adapter cam (with setscrew) onto the
piston rod of the pneumatic tool as shown in Figure
3. The adapter cam should butt against the piston
rod face. If not, turn the setscrew counterclockwi se
until the adapter cam fits on the piston rod
properly.
Over--tightening the adapter cam setscrew may
damage the setscrew or cam.
3. Using the hex w rench supplied with the adapter ,
tighten the cam setscrew, then pull on the cam to
ensure that it is firmly attached.
Figure 2
Retaining Rings
Typical DAHT
Handle Assembly
Retaining Pins
Typical DAHT
Crimp Head
Retaining Rings
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Figure 3
Setscrew
Adapter
Cam
Piston
Rod
Pneumatic Tool
Locking Ring
Friction
Ring
Stop Ring
Adapter Assembly
Crimp Head
(Installed)
4. Properly align the adapter with the cam and
push the adapter onto the pneumatic tool so that it
passes over the friction ring of the pneumatic tool.
5. Slide the locking ring toward the adapter until it
butts against the stop ring of the pneumatic tool.
Then turn the locking ring clockwise to engage
threads on the bottom of the adapter. Tighten the
locking ring to fully secure the adapter.
When the adapter is properly installed, the
locking ring should be butted against the stop
ring and threads of the adapter should not be
visible. If not properly installed, check that correct
combination of cam and adapter was used and
that they are aligned properly.
6. Rotate the adapter one full turn in each direction
and note that the locking ring rotates with the
adapter.
To avoid personal injury, periodically check that
the locking ring is tightly securing the adapter.
7. Connect the pneumatic tool to an adequate
air supply (between 620 and 690 kP a [90 and
100 psi]). For specific information on air line
requirements and air hose installation, refer to
409--5862.
8. Removal is the reverse of installation.
4. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
A maintenance and inspection program should be
performed periodically to ensure dependable and
uniform terminations.
To avoid personal injury, ALW AYS disconnect the
main air supply and electrical supply (if
applicable) of the pneumatic tool before
performing maintenance or inspection.
4.1. Daily Maintenance
Each operator must be responsibl e for the following
steps of dail y maintenance:
1. Remove dust, moisture, and other contaminants
with a clean, soft brush, or a lint--free cloth. D O
NOT use objects that could damage the adapter.
2. Make sure that all pins, rings, and other
components are in place and secure.
3. Make certain all surfaces are protected with a
thin coat of any good SAE 20 motor oil. DO NOT
oil excessively.
4. When the adapter assembly is not in use, store
it in a clean, dry area.
SAE is a trademark of SAE International Corporation.
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