On Sun, 6 May 2007 18:19:25 EDT, UpTheTower@aol.com wrote:
>My customer works for
>the local telephone company and provided some AVAYA 709-SC connectors.
>They're typically used with JKT telephone pairs but worked fabulously with
>SteppIR cable. You just push the non-stripped wires into the end of the
>connector and squeeze it together with a pair of pliers.
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I would suggest giving these connectors the "pull till it breaks"
test. Make up a test connector and pull the wire till something gives.
With a good crimp, the wire will break before the crimp lets go.
Does that happen with these? If so, they pass the test.
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