Non-Impact 110 Punchdown Tool
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Non-Impact 110 Punchdown Tool

Part no. 93-200-020

28-22 AWG Wire | Fixed 110 Blade | Anti-Slip Grip | For Low Volume Installations

(1 reviews)
Quantity Discount Pricing
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$12.09 $11.49 $10.92 $10.39 $9.99
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 2 3 - 5 6 - 7 8 - 9 10+
$12.09 $11.49 $10.92 $10.39 $9.99

Non-Impact 110 Punch Down Tool

Punchdown tools are used to insert and cut voice and data cable terminations in a single motion. Non-Impact punchdown tools are designed for low volume installations. They are an inexpensive option for do-it-yourselfers who only plan on installing a few lines. This punchdown tool offers reliable and easy-to-use operation.


  • For 28-22 AWG solid or stranded wire
  • Perfect for small jobs and the do-it-yourself installer
  • Fixed 110 blade
  • Fits in the palm of your hand
  • Rubber anti-slip grip
  • Non-impact tool
REVIEW SUMMARY for Non-Impact 110 Punchdown Tool
5.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • 100 Punchdown Tool

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    From: Nashville

    11/10/2014    #12462

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    Great tool for cat5 use. Products arrived super fast! Well done.

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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