Pull new cables without breaking off the little tabDesigned by JPElectron.com in United States of America
This CAT5/6/7 Ethernet cable puller is designed to help you get a cable out, or a replacement cable in, without breaking off the RJ45 connector tab. Helps the cable and connector slip past a bundle,…Read More…
This CAT5/6/7 Ethernet cable puller is designed to help you get a cable out, or a replacement cable in, without breaking off the RJ45 connector tab. Helps the cable and connector slip past a bundle, or entanglement, of other cables.
For obvious reasons, you should always used tape (electrical tape recommended) to affix the actual cable to the tapered end of this puller, this avoids unnecessary strain on the wires in the RJ45 crimp connector that could lead to broken connections.
Printed with PETG for strength and heat resistance.
Please select the right version for your application...
Longer (126mm long) - required when both cables have molded strain relief plastic
Standard (106mm long) - great for cables that go right into RJ45 crimp connectors without any strain reliefs
Hook loop (87mm long) - RJ45 crimp connector goes on the bottom, hook loop on the top intended to be tied to your pull string or captured with your Klein fish rod hook
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