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Platinum Tools Tele-Titan Xg 2.0 Crimp Tool (Clamshell Packaging)

BH #PL12516C • MFR #12516C
Platinum Tools
Platinum Tools Tele-Titan Xg 2.0 Crimp Tool (Clamshell Packaging)
Key Features
  • Crimps 10GbE Connectors/External Ground
  • Designed for Cat6a Cables
  • Nonslip Handle for Comfort and Control
Designed for Cat6a cables, the Tele-Titan Xg 2.0 Crimp Tool from Platinum Tools crimps 10GbE connectors and external grounds. Nonslip handles and finger grooves provide a comfortable grip and precise control. This compact and rugged tool features a gun-style lock for a secure closure.
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$45.47

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Platinum Tools Tele-TitanXg Overview

Designed for Cat6a cables, the Tele-Titan Xg 2.0 Crimp Tool from Platinum Tools crimps 10GbE connectors and external grounds. Nonslip handles and finger grooves provide a comfortable grip and precise control. This compact and rugged tool features a gun-style lock for a secure closure.

Crimps 10GbE cable and external grounds
Nonslip handle for comfort and control
Gun-style locking jaws
UPC: 849160007975

Platinum Tools Tele-TitanXg Specs

Compatible CablesShielded RJ45 10GbE Cat6a Connectors
Cat6e, Cat7, Oversized Cat5e and Cat6 Cables
RJ12 and RJ11 Connectors

Not Compatible with EZ-RJ45 or Standard RJ45 Modular Plugs
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.8 x 2.8 x 1.1"

Platinum Tools Tele-TitanXg Reviews

I works great no complaints

By Roshan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-14

This crimper works great and is easy to use I have no complaints.

They work as intended

By Raymond
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-10

Doesn't have any kind of built in cable stripper built in, but otherwise they work fine for crimping Platinum Tools' RJ-45 connectors. I didn't need a 6 pin crimper so the added expense of putting that on the tool vice a cable stripper for 23awg sheilded CAT6A leaves me a little disappointed. On the other hand, there is that little pull string that seems to work for part of the job; the rest is just hacking away with a knife and snipes to try and emulate what a decent stripper would do.

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