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MULTICOMP  HT-225D  RATCHET CRIMPING TOOL

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  • Manufacturer: MULTICOMP
  • Newark Part No.: 01P3570
  • Manufacturer Part No HT-225D

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MULTICOMP - HT-225D - RATCHET CRIMPING TOOL 5 5 1 1
GREAT crimper for the money The standard header for the Arduino and RAMPS is the 2.54mm (.100") pitch header system. These are readily available as pins, and can be purchased for connectors with a little homework. I recently purchased sets of 4-pin and 3-pin crimpable pin connectors for use on the RAMPS V1.2. While having the proper connectors is good, not having a crimper that works effectively is bad. I have used needle nose pliers in a pinch, but B-style crimpers for these pins are the proper method to ensure an effective crimp that is unlikely to fail. I have a Sargent crimper I use for Tyco econoseal crimping in automotive connections for cars and motorcycles,as well as in my work doing automation controls, but it was too large for the significantly smaller 2.54mm header pins.It would leave the insulation crimps undone, and would only properly reverse the conductor tabs part of the time. The rest of the time it would bend it in the wrong direction, requiring more work with the needlenose. The worst part about this is that the opening in the header connector body doesn't have enough space to allow for much error in the crimped end dimensions, and I wasted at least 1 for every 5 with it either failing to due dimensional tolerances, or sdimply breaking off. If more than 1 pin was already in the body and, due to a jammed pin, required removal for a new body, it stood as much chance to come out as be damaged on removal. This would be bad. The solution? I did some research and found the proper sized crimper. I bought the MultiComp HT-225D. First off, it was only $26, which had me concerned, but on another electronics forum, the reviewer swore by it, so I figured since I have about $500 in the machine, $26 for a crimper was the least of my worries and worth checking out. It was delivered yesterday, and the difference in the quality by having the correct crimper is ASTOUNDING. I get a nice, clean crimp, all tabs bend correctly, fits right intot he connector body easily, and doesn't damage the wire body behind the crimp, which was causing failures. The insulation tab crimp is almost exactly the same size as the conductor tab crimp, nice and square, which lends itself to a clean insertion into the connecvtor body. Based on my satisfaction with the quality and affordability of the device, I may be looking into buying more to replace the Sargent that it seems FAR superior to. I will also be buying replacement jaws for the unit, because they do suffer from wear over time, and I'd be less then thrilled to find the unit was no longer offered when I needed new jaws. Bottom line: Well worth the $26 to have a proper crimp on connector pins. Highly recommended. September 1, 2011
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2 years, 10 months ago
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Yes, Newark part number 01P3570 can be used for molex mini-fit jr terminals ( 5556/5558).
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this is used with the 1.27 (0.050 pitch terminal.
If not then what tool can I use?
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Multicomp 1250TH terminal is not a valid part. Seems to be looking crimp tool for multicomp part 1250TM terminal, suggetsed crimp tool part is Newark code 63R5811.
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CRIMP TOOL, BOOTLACE, CORD END

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