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Manual crimping tool
Hand Crimp Tool TC-1600-111
Contact Extractor TC-1600-21
※ C − 16 ※※
No. of contact
P: Male, S: Female
※ C − 1600 ※ ※ ※
1: Loose piece contact
2: Strip contact
P: Male contact
S: Female contact
Using the Connectors
(1) Take care when removing the connectors to pull
out by the housing and not tug on the wires.
(2) The male terminals of the connectors will be bent
if the connectors are twisted when being removed.
Take care to pull the characters out straight.
(3) The plastic locks are sufficiently strong to ensure
that the connector engagement will not be
loosened by vibration or the weight of the wires.
Their strength is not sufficient for other loads.
When strngth for some other load is required, use
the top-touch lock type plug case (common for
both solder and wrapping types).
(4) Both gold-plated and silver-plated terminals are
available. Use the gold-plated type in adverse en-
vironments. In other environments. we recommend
the economical silver-plated type.
(5) For crimping, use a manual crimping device for
low-volume crimping and maintenance. For high-
volume crimping. we recommend the automatic
crimping machine shown on page 124.
(6) For plug-in uses, we recommend Sumicon 1600
series solder or wrapping types for improved func-