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Instruction Sheet
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408-10050
31 AUG 16 Rev D
Figure 1
1. INTRODUCTION
This instruction sheet provides instruction on application, maintenance and inspection procedures for dies that
crimp SOLISTRAND ring tongue terminals, butt splices and parallel splices. These dies are used to crimp
product on solid or stranded copper wire. The dies are used in Battery Operated Hand Tool PN’s 1901343-1, -
2, -3, -4 and 2217330-1, -2 and -5 (Customer Manual 409-10070). Read these instructions and all applicable
references before inserting any die assemblies and crimping any terminals. See Table 1
Reasons for reissue of this instruction sheet are provided in Section 7, REVISION SUMMARY.
NOTE
Dimensions in this instruction sheet are in millimeters [with inches in brackets]. Illustrations are for reference only and not
drawn to scale.
2. DESCRIPTION
Each die assembly consists of a nest and an indenter, ordered separately, which are retained in the crimping
head by set screws. The nest is positioned in the yoke of the crimping head and the indenter is positioned in
the ram of the tool, in all applications.
Crimping Dies Tool PN 2217330 for
SOLISTRAND* Terminals and Splices
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
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3. DIE INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
Refer to Table 1 and determine the correct die assembly and wire size for the terminal splice part number.
DANGER
Avoid personal injury. Exercise extreme caution when using the tool.
3.1. Die Installation
1. Pivot the latch arm away from the yoke to open the crimp head.
2. Loosen the set screw in the yoke.
3. Insert the shank of the nest into the yoke and tighten the set screw.
4. Extend the ram until the set screw is visible.
5. Loosen the set screw in the ram.
6. Insert the shank of the indenter into the ram and tighten the set screw.
7. Return the ram to the down position.
8. Pivot the latch arm and yoke toward each other until the locking flange secures the latch arm to the
yoke.
CAUTION
Always make sure the yoke and latching arm are secured by the locking flange before cycling the tool.
Nominal Wire Size
(Circular Mil Area Range)
Typical
Product
Dies
Mm
2
AWG
Nest
Indenter
7-8
8
[13,100-20,800]
33463
RTT
(3)
1901001-1
(2)
1901002-2
(2)
13-15
6
[20,800-33,100]
33466
RTT
(3)
1901000-1
(2)
1901002-1
(2)
21
4
(1)
[33,100-52,600]
34323
BS
(4)
1901000-2
(2)
1901002-1
(2)
(1) STRATO-THERM 4 AWG can only be crimped with 2217330-[ ] Revision G or higher
(2) Also used for STRATO-THERM* Heat Resistant Uninsulated Terminals
(3) RTT = Ring Tongue Terminals
(4) BS = Butt Splice
Table 1
3.2. Die Removal
1. Pivot the latch arm away from the yoke to open the head.
2. Loosen the set screw in the yoke and remove the nest.
3. Raise the ram to full up position.
4. Loosen the set screw in the ram and remove the indenter.
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Nominal Wire Size
mm
2
(Circular Mil Area)
Strip Lengths
mm [inch]
mm
2
AWG
Ring Tongue Terminals
Butt Splices
Parallel Splices
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
7-8
8
6.637-10.539
[13,100-20,800]
8.334
[.328]
9.128
[.359]
10.319
[.406]
11.112
[.437]
10.319
[.406]
11.112
[.437]
13-15
6
10.539-16.771
[20,800-33,100]
9.922
[.391]
13.225
[.522]
11.906
[.469]
12.700
[.500]
11.112
[.437]
11.905
[.469]
21
4
(1)
16.771-26.653
[33,100-52,600]
11.509
[.453]
12.302
[.484]
13.493
[.531]
14.288
[.563]
13.493
[.531]
14.288
[.563]
(1) STRATO-THERM 4 AWG can only be crimped with 2217330-[ ] Revision G or higher
Figure 2
4. WIRE STRIPPING AND CRIMPING PROCEDURE
4.1. Wire Stripping
Strip the wire to the dimensions listed in Figure 2.
CAUTION
DO NOT nick or cut the wire strands.
DANGER
AVOID PERSONAL INJURY. When operating the tool, exercise caution while holding the terminals,
splices or wire near the crimping area.
4.2. Crimping Procedure
1. Ensure the wire range or size stamped on the terminal or splice corresponds with the size being used
with the wire size or range stamped on the nest and indenter.
2. Pivot the latch arm away from the yoke to open the head.
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