Internal conductor (annealed copper single wire)
(meshed annealed copper wire)
From the previous page<Cutting of coating, external conductor, and insulator>
Put a coaxial cable while remaining approximately 10 mm into the cable stripper and securely tighten the cable with the middle finger, ring finger, and little finger of your left hand in order to hold stable during turning the stripper.
Put your right hand forefinger into the cam wheel and execute the procedure in order from step 1 below.
Step 1 Press the cam wheel forward 3 times and turn the stripper in the direction of arrow 2 to 3 times.
Step 2 Press the cam wheel forward 1 time and then turn the stripper in the direction of arrow a further 2 to 3 times.
Step 3 Press the cam wheel forward 1 more time and turn the stripper in the direction of the arrow another 2 to 3 times.<Removal of coating, external conductor, and insulator>
While holding the coaxial cable with your left hand, grip the cable stripper so that it keeps a right angle against the coaxial cable, and press out the cable stripper with your left hand’s thumb.
When the adjustment
of the blade is not
If the stripper cannot be removed smoothly,
adjustment of the blade is not appropriate. In this
case slide the cam wheel backward and remove
the coaxial cable. Then adjust the blade.
When the cutting depth is too shallow or too deep, and damages the external conductor or the internal conductor, turn the screws on the screw holder and adjust the blade depth a little.
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