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Last Updated: June 27, 2022

View a demonstration of the CSR-1575 and request a quote today.

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The CSR-1575 is designed to slit and ring cables, buffer tubes and jackets on fiber optic cables up to 7.5 millimeter in diameter. The tool features an easily adjustable slip blade and ring blade as well as a removable Vblock that improves sledding performance. Ringing a cable is easily adjustable using the adjustment knob. Rotate the knob toward the plus sign to increase cutting blade depth and rotate the knob toward the minus sign to decrease cutting depth. Once depth is determined, open the jaw. Insert the cable and rotate the tool around the cable 3 times. Open the jaw and remove cable. Pull off the jacket to slit a cable. First, select which V groove is needed on the v block. We recommend using the small v groove for cables 3 mm or smaller and use the large V groove for cable larger than 3 mm. To remove the Vblock. Simply push on the Vblock and remove it from the tool. Select the groove then push the Vblock back into the tool. Set the depth of the sledding blade by loosening the screw holding the blade in place. Use the tab on the blade to move the blade up or down to the desired slitting depth. Tighten the screw Open the jaw insert the cable to be slit. Close the jaw and pull.

Video: Jonard Tools CSR-1575 Cable Slit and Ring Tool
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