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Battery Cable Crimping Tool
Better electrical tools for heavy duty battery cable lugs
Ideal for solar, wind power, battery systems, golf carts, ATVs or any battery powered vehicle. Make it simple to make faster and safer electrical wiring maintenance.
Battery Cable Terminal Crimping Tool Kit
Cut, Strip, Crimp Tools In One Kit
Having the proper crimper is a must especially when you are dealing with battery lugs. Battery lugs require a higher degree of compression when compared to other types of terminals. The cushioned handle design ensures easy control and handling while the process of changing out dies has been improved as well. This tool is known for being small, lightweight, and easy to handle. Choosing the correct wire crimper for your application is no easy task.
Making Battery Cable Terminal Connections
Battery Cable Terminal Lug
Use of cable lugs allows in easy installation, repair and maintenance of solar battery pack and automotive electrical system of RVs, trailers and trucks.
Hexagonal Crimping Profile
Hex crimping is the most frequent type of crimping for heavy duty lugs, making solid connection and stable output.
How to Crimp Battery Cable Lugs
Cut off certain length of battery cable.
Select Die Set
Choose from spring loaded crimp dies based on battery cable size and ring terminal size.
Crimp non-insulated cable lug onto battery cable
Six serrated crimped terminal is ready for use.
Can I use pliers instead of crimpers?
It’s not recommended to crimp with pliers, because they won’t create the proper cold weld connection that a crimping tool will. A poor crimp can result in air and moisture getting inside the connection, which can lead the connection to fail.
Is it better to solder wires or crimp?
Crimping offers stronger, more reliable connections than soldering. Soldering uses heated metal to join the cable to the connector. Over time, this filler metal will degrade, which may cause the connection to fail.
What makes a good crimp?
To make a successful crimp, you need a terminal that fits the wire gauge properly. If the wire is too big or too small for the terminal, you will not achieve a secure crimp.