FIGURE 1-7 Aluminum connector tool in VS .NET

Drawer Data Matrix ECC200 in VS .NET FIGURE 1-7 Aluminum connector tool

FIGURE 1-7 Aluminum connector tool
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Twelve-Ton Head The 12-ton head is a versatile tool designed for eld or bench work The small size of the compression head and the fact that it can be operated by a switch located nearby but not on the pump, allows the pump to be in one area where there is space, and the head in a con ned area where the connection has to be made The 12-ton head, shown in Figure 1-7, is made from forged steel It weighs 71/2 pounds When in use, it can apply 12 tons of pressure, or 24,000 pounds per square inch The dies that t into the head are color-coded to match color-coded connectors A 12-ton head installs aluminum lugs and splices wire from 12 to 750 MCM Fifteen-Ton Head The 15-ton head can apply 30,000 pounds per square inch of pressure It is used to install aluminum lugs, taps, and splices for #12 AWG to 1000 MCM The 15-ton head shown in Figure 1-7, weighs 151/2 pounds and can be operated up to 100 feet from the electric hydraulic pump Compression dies are available in two types: one that ts directly into the head and is used for large cables; and one that is used in combination with an adaptor for small conductors All dies are color-coded to match the color-coded connectors Forty-Ton Head The 40ton head makes connections with cable up to 2000 MCM with its 80,000 pounds per square inch of pressure
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PUMPS, MANUAL (HAND- OR FOOT-OPERATED)
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A manual pump aids in getting a number of jobs done in the eld These pumps can be used to bend conduit and apply pressure on connectors for taps and lugs as well as splices See Figures 1-8 and 1-9 Figure 1-10 shows channel hole punch
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FIGURE 1-8 Hydraulic pump
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FIGURE 1-9 Hand-operated hydraulic pump
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Manual pumps can be used in vertical or horizontal positions The long handle on most models makes it possible to apply a great deal of pressure on the pumping apparatus and obtain the needed squeezing power to make a good electrical connection In some cases, a hand- or foot-operated hydraulic pump can also be used to make punches for circuit breaker boxes, metal studs, or other steel boxes
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FIGURE 1-10 Channel hole punch
USING A MANUAL PUMP There are a number of operations to perform or observe before operating the manual-type pump
Before using the pump, check all hoses for leaks and cracks Check that all safety valves are operating Always wear goggles when using a manual pump
WIRE DISPENSER
A wire dispenser is a device that holds and dispenses wire One common type is shown in Figure 1-11 This wire dispenser handles six 2500-foot spools of wire up to 18 inches in diameter The dispenser itself can be passed through a standard 30-inch doorway The front wheel is swivel-mounted to allow feeding in any
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FIGURE 1-11 Wire trolley
direction from a central location and can be locked to prevent movement Wire is paid out easily, and there is automatic braking There are less expensive models They are available with the ability to handle spools of 500 feet of wire They do not usually have automatic braking
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting tests the electrician s ability to observe and understand how things work Electrical problems are many: every connection and every device is a potential problem One of the best ways to prevent trouble is to check certain items as a routine procedure to catch trouble before it becomes serious and causes res, other damage, or even death This chapter presents some general troubleshooting techniques, concentrating on common problems and causes of troubles, and then focuses on troubleshooting electric motors Remember, though, that troubleshooting hints apply only to common problems and their probable causes and remedies They cannot give speci c solutions, since on the scene facts may alter a situation It takes a trained observer to ferret out the facts in a speci c situation and make a diagnosis Once a problem is identi ed, it is easily corrected
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