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Easy Stripper For UTP/STP Telecom Wire

Easy Stripper For UTP/STP Telecom Wire

Easy Stripper For UTP/STP Telecom Wire

For stripping wire diameter Ø5- Ø6.2 mm

Top end for 110/88 type insertion use.

The Easy Stripper is for light use only. For regular or heavy duty use, please see the Copper Wire Stripper Jr. or the motorized Copper Wire Stripper.

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This safe and easy all in one punch down and terminate wire stripper is all you need to install twisted pair (UTP/STP) into 110 blocks. The rotary grip makes it fast and easy to remove insulation. The punch down tool conveniently terminate the excess wire.

Hti provides you the best Easy Stripper, Crimping Tools, network tools.
Easy Stripper For UTP/STP Telecom Wire

For stripping wire diameter Ø5- Ø6.2 mm

Top end for 110/88 type insertion use.
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When it comes to stripping UTP/STP (Unshielded Twisted Pair/Shielded Twisted Pair) telecom wire, you can use a simple and effective method using basic tools. Here's a step-by-step guide:

Tools you will need:

Wire cutter or utility knife
Needle-nose pliers or wire stripper tool
Step 1: Prepare the wire
Start by identifying the section of the wire that needs to be stripped. Measure and mark the appropriate length based on your needs.

Step 2: Score the outer insulation
Using a wire cutter or utility knife, carefully score the outer insulation of the wire along the marked length. Be cautious not to cut too deeply to avoid damaging the inner wires.

Step 3: Remove the outer insulation
Once you have scored the insulation, gently bend the wire at the scored point. This will cause the outer insulation to crack along the scored line. With your fingers or pliers, carefully peel off the outer insulation along the length of the wire.

Step 4: Separate the inner wires
After removing the outer insulation, you will see multiple twisted pairs of wires inside. Identify the pair you need and gently untwist them using your fingers or pliers. Be careful not to damage or break the individual wires.

Step 5: Strip the inner wires
Using a wire stripper tool or needle-nose pliers, strip the insulation from the individual wires within the twisted pair. Place the wire into the appropriate slot or notch on the wire stripper tool and squeeze gently, then pull the stripper towards the end of the wire to remove the insulation.

Step 6: Trim the excess
Once the insulation is stripped, you may notice some excess length. Use your wire cutter or pliers to trim the exposed wire to the desired length.

Remember to exercise caution and work carefully while handling wires to avoid any injuries or damage to the wires. Additionally, if you're working with live or active cables, make sure to disconnect them and follow appropriate safety procedures.
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