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#634807 01/22/20 09:15 PM
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I see so many different prices out there for these crimps I usually buy the more expensive ones Platinum tools just wondering what others are using

Amazon wants 67.00 for 100

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I use Tech Tool Supply (www.techtoolsupply.com) They are close to me and the prices are in the $40/100 for the connectors only. I still have a box of strain relief pieces that I have had for about 3 years smile

I just got email from someone who is also selling the system, maybe Specialized, and it was competitive.

TTS has dealer pricing on purchases.

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I think the pass through's were made for people who don't use a regular crimp tool on a regular basis. The last company I worked for only had the pass through connectors because the techs had a hard time making them correctly.


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I got them because I was tired of recrimping plugs because on of the 8 wires slipped during the crimp process and was just a tad short smile


It's also a good verification if some lunatic used his own color scheme and you need to double check the order.

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Originally Posted by Carl Navarro
It's also a good verification if some lunatic used his own color scheme and you need to double check the order.

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As a Professor in college told me years ago: "If you don't know how to spell a word correctly, at least spell it incorrectly every time. That way it shows you don't know how to spell the word rather than you're just stupid"

Same applies


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The last time I guessed at the color code, as in, just use 568-B like I always do, it didn't work. Uh oh, maybe 568A, no, some homegrown code and I have no clue where the other end was. So, after further review, I just matched the code from the end I cut off and it worked. What was it? Who cares! The site was 2 hours away and I had 12 AP's to reprogram.
Of course, the reason I had to do that is because the owner just picked IP's out of a hat as 184.101.176.1 or some such random illegal IP addresses. When I was done, I had 12 numbers 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.11.1. Worked like a charm.





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I found the email. Intellinet FastCrimp is their brand name. It looks like it's the same as Paladin. Both the tool and 100 Cat-6 crimps wholesale for less than $66 the pair.



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