Phoenix Contact constantly optimises and extends the crimping tools in the Crimpfox family based on market requirements and the crimp connection specifications. The new Crimpfox Centrus… NC feature a small gripping width and fit ergonomically in your hand to enable an optimal view into crimping areas. Automatic cross section adjustment for conductor cross-sections of 0.14 mm² to 6 mm² and TWIN ferrules up to 2 x 4 mm² provides consistently high-quality crimp results.
The universally adjustable CrimpfoxTC MP6 is ideally suited for crimping both solid Heavycon contacts in the CK 1.6/CK 2.5/CK 4.0 series and SACC contacts. The multifunctional digital display enables simple and intuitive operation, and the rotatable locator helps to exactly position the contacts in the crimping area.
CrimpfoxC D universal pliers with parallel crimping process crimps shielded 1-pair, 2-pair, and 4-pair housings in the DMCC 0,5 series with various crimp inserts. The combination of various depths and crimp inserts enables high variance and reliable EMC shielding when crimping a connected data cable.
The crimping tools from Phoenix Contact impress with an ergonomic design for convenient, precise wire processing with optimal crimping results. The application clearly defines whether a ferrule is needed for a Push-in connection or a solid crimp contact is required for a contact insert. For a standard-compliant crimp connection, the manufacturer’s specifications and the applicable standards must also be taken into account.
The TC Cloud Client 2002-4G EU cellular communication version for the European market decouples remote maintenance access physically from the operator network and also enables the system to be installed anywhere.
The 2102T-4G EU WLAN variant rounds out the portfolio extension. It combines the advantages of all interfaces in a single device to be able to decide what medium it will use to create a connection based on local conditions.
All 2000-series variants also offer the option of connection via a wired WAN port. Users can freely define which uplink is used and which one works as a fallback.