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BZ-400 battery cable lug crimper

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BZ-400 battery cable lug crimper

Micro computer control system-automatically detect the pressure when it is crimping, with double safety protect.

Pressure released automatically Function-the tool stop forcing the pressing and release 90% pressure when the pressure reached maximum.

The tool equipped with a double piston pump which characterized by a fast approach towards the connecting material and transfer to high pressure automatically by slow crimping.

The crimping head can be smoothly turned by 350° around the longitudinal axis in order to gain better access to tight corners and other difficult working areas.

If a deviation from the set operation pressure or low battery charges is identified, an acoustic signal sounds and a red display flashes.

One key control-press the trigger to start working, half loosing the trigger means stop forcing pressure, loosing fully means piston return to the original position.

Li-ion batteries do neither have a memory effect nor self discharge. Even after long periods of no operation, the tool is always ready to operate. In addition we see a lower power weight ratio with 50% more capacity and shorter charging cycles compare to NiMH batteries.

A Temperature sensor makes the tool stop working automatically when the temperature over 60℃ under long time working, the fault signal sounds, it means the tool can’t continue work until the temperature reduced to the normal.

 BZ-400 battery cable lug crimper Technical Parameters:

Technical Parameters:
Crimping force 120KN
Stroke 42mm
Crimp/charge 120times(Cu 150mm2)
Crimping cycle 6-8s(depend on the size of cable)
Voltage 18v
Capacity 3.0Ah
Charging time 2hours
Package Plastic box
Crimping dies: 16,25,35,50,70,95,120,150,185,240,300,400mm2
Battery 2pcs
Charger 1pcs
Sealing ring of cylinder 1set
Sealing ring of safety valve 1set
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