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Wire Connector Hexagon Shape Crimping Machine

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This small cable hexagon shape tubular connector crimping machine is mainly used for the crimping of small tubular terminals. Applicable wire range: 2.5-35 sq mm (AWG2#-AWG13#), 0.5-10 sq mm can be customized.

Model: YH-6XC

Hexagon Shape Tubular Ferrules Crimping Machine

Features 

  • This machine is mainly used for the crimping of small tubular terminals

  • The industrial grade control chip cooperates with the high precision servo drive to make the machine run stably

  • PLC control system, instantaneously change the crimping range of different terminals, touch screen operation mode

  • 2.5-35mm2 closed tubular terminal crimping without changing the crimping die, instantly changing the size of the cutting edge

  • Suitable for the pressing operation of non-standardized terminals or compression type terminals

  • No need to change the mold, high accuracy

  • The pressure joint can be fully opened, suitable for crimping of medium or indirect continuous or large terminals

  • The position of the actual square of the wire can be adjusted

  • Compact structure, space saving and low noise 

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Operation video of Wire Connector Hexagon Shape Crimping Machine 


Technical Data

ModelYH-6XC
Wire range2.5-35mm2 (AWG2#-AWG13#)

0.5-10mm2 can be customized

Pressure40KN
Stroke240mm
Crimping width8mm (can be customized)
Weight80KG
Dimension
560*370*300mm
Power supply220V 50HZ
Power1500w


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