The tool is designed to punch down 110/88, Krone, and 66 parts.
A blade holder is equipped with a sure-lock system and pressure adjustment is available for high and low impact.
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Questions & Answers
What is the spring tension of this punch down tool?
Yes, that is the case. Over the years, I have bought only a few of these for occasional use, and they have been reliable.
Where or how can I find a Krone blade that will work with this tool?
A Leviton 49553-A The Krone Blade is manufactured by KRN. The following options may also work with the particular punch tool*br>You may also want to consider the following This kit contains the following parts Cable Matters Punch-down Blade, 015 Krone, for use with Cable Matters Punch-down Tool The Klein Tools VDV427014 Punchdown Tool with Krone Blades - KDV427014 - Down Impact Tool - A. Blade of the Kren
What was the purpose of not having a blade with mine?
You will find a blade included with it.
Are there a total of how many blades are included with this?
My friend, it came with a blade that is 110 on one side (The item page has a picture of the blade)
Selected User Reviews For 2 PCS Punch-Down Impact Tool for 66 and 110/88 Type, CNE606941
There's almost no time left! It almost has a pleasant feel to This is a very ergonomic device
There is a hook and pusher at the end. Spudgers seem to work even though the hook is a bit agressive, and the blade is not very sharp. It took me many times to get a wire to cut. I changed the tip and the monoprice tool cut immediately once the southwire blade was inserted. I have not tried sharpening the blade and think it has more to do with the wire they used more.
| Mar 30, 2021
Although the tool is low in price, it offers decent features. Using this tool, I spent about two hours punching a couple dozen jacks. However, the blade does not cut the wire end cleanly as other reviewers have indicated the 110 side did not always cut off the wire cleanly. I found that most of the time it worked well enough if I pulled the end tight, or I nicked the wire enough to be able to bend and break it. Blade cartridges from a higher price range are likely to be culprits It could still be adapted for an end tool. I like the solid spring action of the tool, and it doesn't feel cheap at all. My wallet is happy since I did not have to spend more money on.
| May 12, 2021
That seems to be a good idea
We have used it a couple of times so far but it has seemed pretty solid. If it holds up for a long time, it should be a good buy.
| Aug 28, 2020
Cat5e keystones from Shaxon are used. As far as my home (about 40 keystones) is concerned, it worked well. It is an impact style that is easy to hold. It's not the best, but it's a decent.
| Jan 29, 2021
This punch down does not require a lot of money in order to produce good results
You can get it for a reasonable price, and it It is only a problem sometimes that the hook and poke tools start opening on their own, when they are in a tool bag. Although they are handy for working in crowded racks, they can be messy at times. Dies can be used with this rig. I have not needed high setting as it hits down satisfactorily on low.
| Sep 19, 2020
A screwdriver is not as useful as this! It has worked great for fixes to several cables already and is much better than punching into holes with a screwdriver
I have tested them all after installation, and everything seems to be working well. I am glad that I was able to locate these tools. Finding them was not easy, and I am glad I found them. I appreciate the great item you sent me!.
| May 03, 2021
This knife does a good job for the price, but it doesn't cut Cat6 completely
It was the 110 blade that I used on this item instead of the 66 The Cat 6 wire in the ports that I make is usually not cut by the tool. In order to get it off, I have to turn the wire back and forth several times. The situation isn't that bad, I just hope that everything is going well with the electrical connection. My goal is to punch down about 40 of these ports at the patch panel plus another 40 at the port panel, so that will be 320 punchdowns. So far, I have only released a few, so I don't expect the additional work of getting the wire to release will be too difficult. This is nothing to worry about if you are only doing a few of these every so often. This assumes there is no problem with the electrical connection.
| Nov 19, 2020
This is a great tool for a great price
Past experience has only shown me that using the plastic punch down tool is not very effective. Adding a patch panel with 12 plugs seemed like a daunting task and I was afraid I would make a big mistake. Each time I used this tool I was able to pull a complete punch from it because of the adjustable ratchet The extra is then cut off after it goes down. You simply need to make sure the cutting edge is pointed in the right direction, place the wire in the slot and apply pressure until it pops out. Whenever you are dealing with the plat, make sure to place it so that it's facing the excess wire and not the live wire. If it doesn't fall completely off, wiggle it a little to loosen it.
| Sep 19, 2020