Economy UTP Stripper & 110 Punchdown
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Economy UTP Stripper & 110 Punchdown

Part no. 93-100-410

110 Type Punchdown | Works on Cat5e & Cat6 Cable | Perfect for Small Jobs | Rotary Action

 
(5 reviews)
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$5.45 $5.19 $4.93 $4.67 $4.41
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$5.45 $5.19 $4.93 $4.67 $4.41
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Economy Twisted Pair Stripper & 110 Punchdown

The Economy strip tool is perfect for small Ethernet installations. This tool combines a stripping blade and 110 punchdown blade in one convenient package. The economy UTP stripper tool is prefect for do-it-yourselfers. Now you can install Cat5 or Cat6 cable without buying an expensive punchdown tool and cable stripper.

Features:

  • Simple to Use
  • Great for Cat5 and Cat6 Cable
  • Suitable for small jobs
  • Multi-station stripper
  • Rotary action operation
  • 110 Type punchdown blade in tip
REVIEW SUMMARY for Economy UTP Stripper & 110 Punchdown
 
5.0 (based on 5 reviews)
  • Economy UTP Stripper & 110 Punchdown

    Reviewed by:

    From: Minnesota

    1/26/2016    #20514

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    so easy to use
  • Great little tool

    Reviewed by:

    From: Idaho

    12/15/2015    #19870

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    Doesn't trim the wire off, but if you hold the wire in the right spot, you don't have to. Pushes the wire into the block...does the job without breaking the bank.
  • Great Tool

    Reviewed by:

    From: RI

    1/11/2015    #14151

    PROS: The product works really well; On time
    CONS: None specified
    I saw this used in a demo video and I was intrigued. Got one and it works great. Part of my tool kit now.
  • Suitable For Small Jobs

    Reviewed by:

    From: Chesterfield, MO

    9/22/2014    #10833

    PROS: Works great; Lightning quick
    CONS: None specified
    This stripper/punchdown combo is a great choice if you are looking to punchdown just a few jacks or repair a few existing jacks. I would not recommend this to an installer or for larger scale jobs. The tool is made of high quality plastic that will hold up to repeated use but, as any installer can confirm, you will want a more ergonomic tool if punching down a large number of cables. This tool has a handy stripper that makes removing the jacket from a cat5e/6 cable a breeze! Just put the cable between the guide and the blade and give the tool a few spins. It cuts raight through the jacket while leaving the conductors untouched. The only downside to this tool is the fact that it does not have a cutting blade on the punchdown. This means that you will have to manually trim the excess conductor off with a razor knife.
  • Strippers

    Reviewed by:

    From: United States

    2/25/2014    #2172

    PROS: small and works well
    CONS: None specified
    I bought these to ring the jacket on the cable and they work very well they will ring the cable without damaging the insulation on the conductors, something I was having a hard time doing with just a knife.
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Q: What’s the difference between Impact and Non-impact punchdown tools?

A: Impact Punchdown tools are designed for any volume of terminations. They are spring loaded which provides a mechanical advantage when punching. Impact punchdown tools provide most of the force required. Another advantage of an impact punchdown tool is they will give a cleaner and more consistent punch because the tool controls the force applied to the wire.

Non-Impact Punchdown Tools are designed for low volume terminations. They are a great choice for home users who only plan on installing a few lines. Unlike impact punchdown tools the user must provide all of the force required to punch, seat, and cut the wires. This can become tiresome for large installations. Non-impact tools a generally less expensive than impact tools.

Q: What is the difference between 66 punchdown block and 110 punch down block?

A: A 66 punch down block is typically used in telephone operations for connecting wires to the hubs. The 110 punch down block will typically be used in computer networking applications.


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