The cable termination unit enables you to place and cut terminations in one operation for cat6a, cat6e, cat5 and network cables.
Blades are interchangeable between 110 and bk standards and can be reversible as well
With a comfort grip, you can adjust the impact force (low/high) for a variety of cable termination applications.
A professional-grade impact tool with twist and lock sockets that is compatible with almost any blade on a punchdown tool
Adding a wire stripper to the wire cutter makes cutting wire less of a hassle
Selected User Reviews For Hiija Punch Down Tool Kit with 110, BK Blade, and Network Wire Stripper Tool Kits Professional
In addition to my own home, I have run cable for various jobs at various places in the past
This punch down tool works great, is durable, has two double-sided punch bits for various blocks and connectors with internal storage for the extra bits, and has an impact strength setting. As an industry standard, the small yellow tool for cable stripping is a handy device that most cable guys have in their toolbox, and given how many I've used and lost over the years, I'm glad to have one because these are both safe and quick. Despite ordering it on a weekend, it arrived one day after ordering and I highly recommend it for anyone who wishes to run some voice or data cabling with modular keystone jacks or distribution blocks where cables are connected or bridged. In the past, I would have liked to have a few of these kits when I was running cabling regularly since it works great and is just as good as other products I used at twice the cost.
| Jul 17, 2020
It is a great tool for punchdowns with 110
I used this to wire the house for a central 110 punchdown block, and for a few jacks in several I am very satisfied with the tool's performance. For pulling the outer sheathing off the CAT5 cable, the wire stripper worked wonderfully, and the 110 tool's cutter worked well for trimming the wires as the cables It is a great tool, and I am highly satisfied.
| Nov 01, 2020
The price was more than I expected and the item was exactly what I wanted
I had two wires already in my house, but only had one in my basement I needed to punch down three cables. I purchased this tool because it was inexpensive and had a variety of Since I didn't know which one to use, I hoped that one of them would cover my needs. I have some advice for you The first thing you should do is find an empty terminal and take a blade out of your hand If it is slideable into the terminal block, you should be able to do so easily and without difficulty. The straight way. Put it in the handle and start using it after you've selected the right one. While I cannot attest to its quality, it felt sturdy. I will probably never have to use it again, but I felt it would hold up. In addition to that, here are some bonus features Since the blades are locked into the handle, they may not get lost (hopefully). For the price, I am glad to have it in my toolbox in case I need it in the future.
| Nov 10, 2020
My voice job just got a whole lot easier! My role has never involved any analog work I've mostly worked on the VoIP/network side of the voice industry for twelve years, so I had never had to do any analog work, but recently, we decided to implement VoIP in our hospital, which had previously run on an When I needed to move fax lines and trace wiring in our old data closet, this was my go-to tool
The price and quality were excellent for my day-to-day jobs. Even though I had to teach myself on the way, it was a worthwhile investment. There's no need to worry about being.
| Sep 30, 2020
The tool was created to punch down network cables. I was surprised by how well this tool worked. A tool for my home network was what I was looking for. In the same way that the "F" network punch-in at my company works An equivalent tool is easily 3x higher in price. The tool includes a wirestripper for CAT5 cabling as well as a lifetime warranty A total of 6 cables are involved. In the past eight punch downs of female connectors, there were no issues when connecting the cables or testing the connections. If you require punchdown tools, I suggest that you purchase this tool.
| Feb 01, 2021
Punch down tool at a very low price
I would say, "It kind of works, sometimes", punching down works flawlessly, though when using Cat6 cable with heavier gauge wire, the end is rarely trimmed evenly. There are times when I end up trimming manually and many times it takes several cycles to cut off the end. Cat5e cables older than 8 years old work better. A cheapo stripping tool, on the other hand, performs perfectly.
| Feb 07, 2021
Performance and quality are both top-notch
Using this tool for home networking, I was able to install six keystone jacks with great results. The tool is solidly made and did its job as expected. For the money, it seemed to be an excellent deal. As well as the wire stripper, I found it to be equally effective. I am very pleased with my purchase.
| Dec 05, 2020
An example of this tool is a knock-off It is the same tool we know and love but at a lower price. On both sides, it is odd that CUT is written, as if the makers weren't aware of the meaning. On the other hand, when you use the cut side of the blade, it is actually at a 90 degree angle to the sides labelled Seeing the blade when I punch down wires is not a big deal since I always look at it.
| Feb 16, 2021