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Snap-N-Seal™ Connector with Nut Seal/Thread Protectors
SNS59, SNS59HEC, SNS59QS, SNS6, SNS6QS
Pat. No. 4,902,246
  
Assembly Instructions:
  
1. Slide Connector assembly over cable shown. (When using Messengered/Siamese cable: Rib must be removed flush with cable jacket before connector installation, this will insure proper installation and sealing.
Figure 1
  
2. Prepare cable using LRC #CST596 or #IT1000 tool as follows:

  
  
IT1000 tool: depress slide, then insert the cable up to cable stop. Grip cable close tool and rotate tool approx. 1 to 3 full turns or until tool moves freely. Pull tool off cable, removing jacket prep and dielectric from center conductor.

Figure 2
   
   
  
   
CST596 tool: open tool by squeezing the handles, then insert the cable up to the cable stop. Grip cable close to tool and rotate tool approx. 8 to 12 full turns or until tool moves freely. Pull tool off cable, removing jacket prep and dielectric from center conductor.

Figure 3
    
  
3.
   
Cable ends should be prepared as shown.
4. If using single braid cables, fold the braid over the jacket. If using double braid cables, fold the outer braid over the jacket. Score and remove foil (if applicable). Fold the inner braid over the jacket.
   


Figure 4
5. Twist connector to remove from plastic sleeve. (plastic ring may stay attached between connector collar and nut).
Place connector over cable end until cable dielectric is flush with end of post. Push plastic sleeve into connector.

Figure 5
     
  
6.
  
Finish the connector to cable installation using LRC #SNSUT or #IT1000 installation tool.

Figure 6
   
   Using IT1000 tool: place connector assembly inside tool as shown. Squeeze handle until the plastic sleeve snaps into the connector.
Figure 7
   
  The plastic sleeve is in proper position when the connector is compressed
to the indicator line scribed on the tool. A white indicator will also be visible thru the tool "sight hole".
  
 
  
 
   
Using SNSUT tool: align top of tool with the connector "U Groove", and push the connector and cable into the tool as shown. The cable should be held in place by the bottom of the tool, and the plastic sleeve should be seated into the "Clip Pocket".


Figure 8
   
6. Squeeze the handles together until the plastic sleeve snaps into place.
Seal the connector to the port using LRC's Nut Seal or Thread Protectors.

Figure 9
 
 
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