Greenlee DataShark Network Tool Kit - Herramienta
- El juego incluye cable stripper universal, RJ45 y RJ11/12 modular Plug Crimper y Non-Impact 110 punchdown Tool
- Tiras cable bicicletas soporte de cables tales como teléfono, de comunicación de alarma, o cable de altavoces
- Crimpadora es adecuado para montar ordenador y cables de teléfono
- punchdown Tool cierra cable en Jack O Cortar Panel y el exceso de alambre en un solo paso
- Herramientas y conectores para adaptarse en un estuche de almacenamiento personalizado
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Descripción del producto
Color de la carcasa: Azul
Cortador de cable incluído: No
File tool included: No
Llave incluida: No
Pelacables incluido: Si
Pliers included: No
Saw included: No
martillo incluido: No
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DataShark (Paladin) model # 70007P has the DataShark 70012, 70017 Punchdown tool that you can remove and replace the blade within the low cost handle. Couple of links below showing the punchdown tool you get with DataShark (Paladin) model # 70007P.
DataShark 70017 Punchdown Tool Bundle with Universal Cutter/Stripper and Non-Impact Punchdown Tool
Paladin Tools 110 Punchdown Tool - Punch-down tool
DataShark (Paladin) model # PA70007 has the DataShark 70034 110 Non-Impact Punchdown tool that you can't remove the blade. Basically a disposable punchdown tool. The link below shows the punchdown tool that you get with DataShark (Paladin) model # PA70007.
DataShark 70034 110 Non-Impact Punchdown Tool
They sent me replacements two times with the model # PA70007 after I let them know that they sent me the wrong one (PA70007). After sending me the wrong one (PA70007) three times they refunded me, because they don't have any DataShark (Paladin) model # 70007P.
If you are looking for a low cost DataShark (Paladin) network tool kit with a punchdown tool that you can replace the blades then try the DataShark 70016 Network Bundle for just a few dollars more. The Amazon link to DataShark 70016 Network Bundle is on the next line.
DataShark 70016 Network Bundle with Universal Stripper, All-in-One Data/Phone Tool, Non-Impact 110 Punchdown tool, and 10 RJ11 Plugs
I decided to go for Paladin Tools 4908 Datacomm Pro Starter Toolkit. This kit is almost $60 more, but the quality is truly professional compare to the DataShark versions. I also get a pressure adjustable impact punchdown handle 3570 with 110 Blade 4572, a sweet SureStrip Scissors 1931, Data SureStrip 1116, All-in-One Data & Phone Tool (WE/SS-style) 1556, a pouch and some cat5e modular plugs. The Amazon link to Paladin Tools 4908 Toolkit is on the next line.
Paladin Tools 4908 Datacomm Pro Starter Toolkit
Hope this helps you in getting the right tools into your hands.
Let's start with the crimper. The crimper that comes in the kit is actually a decent little crimper. If you aren't making too many cables it will do the job, but if you are expecting to hang a who rack's worth of patch cable be prepared for hand cramps because without the ratcheting feature it can get pretty tiring squeezing this little tool for a few hours.
The stripper that is included does the job very well. As long as you take the time to adjust the screw at the end of the tool to make sure that you don't over cut or undercut the jacket of the cable it will do you just fine. I did find that the cutter located in the middle of the tool doesn't work very well on the thickness of Cat6 cable.
The punch down tool is the worst part of the set, but still works as intended. Its nothing fancy, just a punch down blade and a handle. It is a bit poor at trimming the excess wire, but it gets the job done.
All in all I found this to be a great starting set. You really can't beat the price, but if you are at all an IT professional like myself or do a great deal of networking, invest in something a bit more substantial than this kit and keep this as a backup as I do. It really isn't made for you.