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Instruction Sheet
Crimping Die Assemblies
58166- [ ] for Shielded
408--9039
LOC B
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2010 Tyco Electronics Corporation, Berwyn, PA
All Rights Reserved
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*Trademark. Other product names, logos, or company names might be trademarks of their respective owners.
TOOLING ASSISTANCE CENTER 1--800--722--1111
PRODUCT INFORMATION 1--800--522--6752
This controlled document is subject to change.
For latest revision and Regional Customer Service,
visit our website at www.tycoelectronics.com
28 Oct 10 Rev F
Data Link (SDL) Connectors
PROPER USE GUIDELINES
Cumulative Trauma Disorders can result from the prolonged use of manually powered hand tools. Hand tools are intended for occasional use and low volume
applications. A wide selection of powered application equipment for extended--use, production operations is available.
Figure 1
Indenter
(Stationary
Die)
Insulation
Crimping
Section
Anvil
(Moving Die)
Braid
Crimping
Section
1. INTRODUCTION
This instruction sheet covers the use and
maintenance of Crimping Die Assemblies 58166--[ ],
which are used in Hand Crimping Tool 69710--1. Each
die assembly crimps a ferrule onto round shielded
cable used with Shielded Data Link (SDL)
Connectors.
Catalogs 296642 and 1307612 provides guides for
cable--to--connector and ferrule selection. Read these
and all referenced materials before using the die
assemblies.
Dimensions in this instruction sheet are in
millimeters [with inches in brackets]. Figures and
illustrations are for reference only and are not
drawn to scale.
Reasons for revision to this document are given in
Section 7, REVISION SUMMARY.
2. DESCRIPTION
Each die assembly consists of an indenter (stationary
die) which has chamfered corners and an anvil
(moving die) which has square corners. When mated,
the dies form two crimping sections: the braid and the
insulation. The braid section crimps the front part of
the ferrule onto the cable shield and the cable outlet
of the connector shield assembly, and simultaneously,
the insulation section crimps the back part of the
ferrule onto the cable insulation. See Figure 1.
The ferrule, which is ordered separately from the SDL
connector, is sized according to the insulation
diameter of the cable. Each die assembly is marked
with the cable insulation diameter range.
3. DIE INSTALLATION
The die assembly is designed to fit securely into the
tool by upper and lower die holder plates; each die is
held in by a single screw. To install the die assembly,
refer to Instruction Sheet 408--2095 (Hand Crimping
Tool 69710--1).
4. CRIMPING PROCEDURE
Assemble the connector by referring to Instruction
Sheet 408--9072. Make sure the ferrule is over the
connector shield cable outlet and butted against the
shield body. Then, proceed as follows:
1. Place the ferrule on the stationary die, with the
cable extending out the back side of the die. Make
sure that the front part of the ferrule is positioned in
the braid section and the back part of the ferrule is
positioned in the insulation section. See Figure 2.
Connector body must be clear of dies.
2. Actuate tool for crimping according to the
instructions packaged with the tool.
3. Remove connector from die assembly and
inspect the crimped ferrule according to the
requirements outlined in Application Specification
114--2090.
See Figure 3 for a properly crimped ferrule.
5. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
The die assembly is inspected prior to shipment,
however, Tyco Electronics recommends that the die
assembly be inspected immediately upon arrival.
Tyco Electronics recommends that a maintenance
and inspection program be performed periodically to
ensure continued reliability of the die assembly. The
inspection frequency should be based on the amount
of use, working conditions, operator training and skill,
and established company standards.
5.1. Daily Maintenance
1. Remove accumulated dust, moisture, and other
contaminants with a clean, soft brush or lint--free
NOTE
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