Coax Cable Stripper for RG-6, RG-58, RG59, RG-8X.. Preferred by many professional cable installers who need to make precise strips on coax cables. Simply squeeze the tool to insert the cable, release and spin it using the extra-large finger hole. Pull out the perfectly prepared cable. Strips 4,8, + 12mm lengths. 2 separate blades ensure an accurate stripping length of each cable section. Built-in Allen hex screws for accurate depth-of-cut adjustment. Preset stripping length of 12mm (8mm + 4mm). Comes with a small Allen wrench attached to bottom of tool.
* Adjustable blade depth for varying cable diameters
* Self-regulating stripping method
* Pre-set strip lengths for most common strip lengths
* Economical price with high-quality performance
* Clear cable illustration on tool for cable placement and embossed arrow for spin direction
* Similar to others sold by retailers such as the Radio Shack 278-248 - You may easily look up a PDF instruction sheet online!
* 1 Year Warranty
Functions well with many types of connectors such as: TV Compression, TNC, BNC, RCA Compression plus the old-fashioned crimp-on connectors as well! An economical, high-performance 2-bladed coaxial stripper with ergonomic design! Performs two levels of stripping on coaxial cable. Strips outer jacket w/o shield braid and other ones does inner dielectric. Adjustable blade depth for different coaxial cable thickness and connector types. This unit makes it easy to have the right preset stripper for the job. If you need to adjust the blades, the hex key makes it easy to set the cutting depth. Self-regulating tension means that you don't have to hold the jaws down on the cable. Just insert the cable and spin the tool in the direction of the arrow on the side! Go 360 in one direction then, 360 in the other a few times then "You got it"! Typical retail in those big box stores gets as high as $35.00!
Some helpful hints:
Putting "F" connectors on coaxial cable requires a two-step strip on the end of the cable, depending on the connector. This dedicated tool we sell here makes the job quick and accurate. My Stripper will work on common 75 Ohm coaxial cables such as RG-6, RG-6 Quad, and RG-59 With the proper settings it will function great on ham radio 50 Ohm RG58 and RG8X as well. Read the lettering on the PVC jacket to determine whether your coaxial cable is RG-58, RG-59 or RG-6, etc and adjust the slide on top of the cutter to match your cable type. Make a practice cut or two and adjust the blades if necessary. this tool works super with all the new compression connectors including RCA, BNC and F TV types as well.