B54N-YD6 B54N-YD6-8 B54N-YK

B54N-YD6 B54N-YD6-8 B54N-YK
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Certified Environmental
Management System
Certified Occupational
Health & Safety
Management System
BATTERY OPERATED
HYDRAULIC CRIMPING
PING TOOL
B54N-YD6
B54N-YD6-8
B54N-YK
cod. 6261349
www.cembre.com
ENGLISH
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
1
WARNING
5
1
Before using the tool, carefully read the instructions in this manual.
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3
1
2
When operating the tool, keep hands away from the danger zone.
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5
3
See page 9.
2
Do not short circuit the batteries.
CDD6-8 jaw
6
Do not destroy battery by fire.
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5
2
Do not expose battery to water or rain.
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6
7
1
Always recycle the batteries.
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Li-ion
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Do not discard batteries into domestic refuse or waste disposal.
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2
CDK jaw
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4
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TABLE 3 (JAW)
Code N°
6000630
6600022
6520404
6520630
6180171
6760085
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Item
6000630
6600022
6520404
6520630
6180171
6760085
-
6000631
6600022
6520404
6520630
6180171
6760085
6240007
CDD6 CDD6-8
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2
3
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5
6
7
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DESCRIPTION
RUBBER COVER
DIE RETAINER PIN
SPRING
SPRING
M3 AUTOLOCK NUT
Ø 3x12 ELASTIC PIN
DIE RETAINER
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
with
h D3 groove to accept
all "W" style crimping dies
+ "BG"
BG" fixed groove
CDK
5
B54N-YD6-8
54N-YD6-8
1
3
1
B54N-YD6
54N-YD6
6
with
h D3 groove to accept
all "W" style crimping dies
+ "O"
O" fixed groove
2
4
5
3
2
CDD6 jaw
B54N-YK
54N-YK
with groove to accept all "O"
style Kearny crimping dies.
Adapter
dapter to accept all "W"
style crimping dies available
as an accessory
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18
3
BATTERY OPERATED HYDRAULIC CRIMPING TOOL
TABLE 2 (ITEM 10)
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1. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
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100
B54N-YD6
TOOL TYPE:
Application range:
B54N-YD6-8
18
B54N-YK
1
suitable for installing electrical compression connectors
for conductors up to 150 mm2 (300 MCM)
Crimping force
kN (sh ton):
54 (6)
Rated operating pressure bar (psi):
Dimensions LxWxH
10
mm (inches):
340 (4,900)
kg (lbs):
3,2 (7)
Motor
Volt DC:
18
Battery (Makita BL1830)
Volt / Ah:
18 / 3.0 Li-Ion
Battery charger supply
Volt / Hz:
120 / 50-60
7
AGIP ARNICA 22 or ESSO INVAROL EP22 or equivalent.
Safety:
the tool is equipped with a maximum pressure valve.
CDD 6
with D3 groove
to accept all "W"
style crimping
dies + "BG" fixed
groove
CDD 6-8
with D3 groove
to accept all "W"
style crimping
dies + "O" fixed
groove
210
8
Recommended oil:
(see table A page 9 for compatibility)
250
470 x 119 x 79 (18.5 x 4.7 x 3.1)
Weight with battery
Types of jaw supplied:
9
11
8
6
CDK
with groove to accept all "O"
style Kearny
crimping dies
20
11
15
220
220
57
17
21
Acoustic Noise (Directive 2006/42/EC, annexe 1, point 1.7.4.2 letter u)
Tests carried out in compliance with the indications contained in UNI EN ISO 3744 and UNI EN ISO 11202
– The weighted continuous acoustic pressure level equivalent
A at the work place LpA is equal to .............................................................................. 72.9 dB (A)
– The maximum value of the weighted acoustic displacement
pressure C at the work place LpCPeak is ......................................................................< 130 dB (C)
– The acoustic power level emitted by the machine
LWA is equal to ............................................................................................................. 77.8 dB (A)
500
400
15
Risks due to vibration (Directive 2006/42/EC, annexe 1, point 2.2.1.1)
Tests carried out in compliance with the indications contained in UNI 5349-1/2 and UNI EN 28662
part 1st Standards, and under operating conditions much more severe than those normally found,
certify that the weighted root mean square in frequency of the acceleration the upper limbs
are exposed to for each biodynamic reference axis does not exceed 2.5 m/sec2.
300
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4
16
9
14
17
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TIGHTENING TORQUE
COUPLE DE SERRAGE
DREHMOMENT
PAR DE TORSION
COPPIA DI SERRAGGIO
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1
320
69
11
24
68
3
26
4
31
2
67
18
1
65
67
16
27
72
64
19
*
66
75
17
65
310
350
360
62
71
70
63
3
11
4
17
6
With the tool in the rest position (the ram fully retracted) proceed as follows:
– Select the appropriate groove or die set for the connector to be crimped.
– Insert the dies into the jaws of the tool (see § 2.8).
– Insert the conductor into the connector.
2.2) Die advancement (Ref. to Fig. 1))
Grip the tool firmly and comfortably.
– Position the connector in the die groove
and ensure the correct location of the
crimp.
– Press operating button (3) to activate
the motor-pump group for the advancement of the ram. To halt the advancement, release the operating button and
the motor will cut out.
3
3
FIG.
G. 1
9
5
16
8
Make sure the dies are exactly positioned on the desired crimp point
otherwise re-open dies following instructions as per § 2.5 and reposition
the connector.
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8
77
2.1) Preparation
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2
12
30
The tool is equipped with automatic return of the dies once the crimping operation is completed.
The interchangeable crimping jaws have thermoplastic rubber covers on outside edges.
Residual battery capacity level is automatically displayed after every cycle.
The part reference “B54...” includes the following:
– Basic tool complete with battery
– Spare battery
– Battery charger
– Canvas bag.
15
600
16
5
TABLE 2 (ITEM 10 IN TABLE 1)
2.3) Compression
Insert the conductor in the connector and press the operating button (3): the ram will gradually
move forward until the two dies touch. It is recommended to keep operating until the maximum pressure valve is activated and a "click" is heard, after which the dies will automatically
re-open until the ram is fully retracted. It is always possible to interrupt automatic retraction
of the ram by a short push on the operating button (3).
2.4) Head rotation
For ease of operation the tool head can rotate through 180°, allowing the operator to work in
the most comfortable position.
Warning: do not attempt to rotate the head when the hydraulic circuit is pressurised.
2.5) Release of dies (Ref. to Fig. 1)
Press the pressure release button (8), the ram will retract and open the dies.
2.6) Battery status (Ref. to Fig. 2)
Inserting the battery into the tool or releasing
the operating button causes the residual battery capacity to be automatically displayed for 5
seconds on the indicator.
The number of LEDs illuminated indicates the
residual capacity.
6 LEDs illuminated: fully charged
FIG. 2
3 LEDs illuminated: 50 % capacity
1 LED illuminated: minimum charge
2.7) Insertion/replacement of battery
ery
To insert the battery, slide it into its seatt until it
locks (Ref. to Fig. 3).
To replace an exhausted battery, press the,
he, button
and slide it forward.
FIG. 3
6
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TABLE 2 (ITEM 10 IN TABLE 1)
2.8) Crimping die assembles
2.8.1) Use of ”W” style crimping dies (B54N-YD6, B54N-YD6-8 tools)
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– Press pins (2) and insert “W” dies into their seats (see Fig. 4A).
– To disassemble them simply press the pins and slip them from the jaws.
2.8.2) Use of ”O” style Kearney crimping dies (B54N-YK tool)
– Insert “O” dies into their seats, the two dies will be held by the retainers (7) (see Fig. 4B).
– To disassemble them simply slip them from the jaws.
Note: it is possible to use “W” style crimping dies with B54N-YK by means of the AU55-B
adapter, available as an accessory.
IT IS RECOMMENDED TO USE THE TOOL ONLY WITH DIES INSERTED.
"W" style crimping dies
7
2
FIG. 4A
B54N-YD6, B54N-YD6-8 tools
14
"O" style crimping dies
7
7
2
2
FIG. 4B
B54N-YK tool
2.9) Jaw replacement
Each tool is supplied with relevant jaws (see § 1). Jaws
can also be supplied separately, for replacement proceed as follows:
– Push and turn clockwise the locking pin (9) so that
the jaws are released.
– Slide the jaws out of the top of the tool and insert the
new ones (see Fig. 5).
– Fully insert the locking pin (9) into the tool and lock it
by turning clockwise until the red lines are aligned.
16
9
red lines
8
5
FIG. 5
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9
1
11
3. WARNING
Before starting work on electrical equipment, please ensure that either there are no live parts
in the immediate working area or that precautions are taken for working near live parts in
accordance with EN50110-1.
DO NOT USE THIS TOOL ON OR NEAR ENERGISED CONDUCTORS WITHOUT PROPER
4
X
XX
XX
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH.
THE TOOL IS UNSUITABLE FOR CONTINUOUS USE AND SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO COOL
DOWN FOLLOWING UNINTERRUPTED, SUCCESSIVE CRIMPING OPERATIONS; FOR INSTANCE,
HAVING EXHAUSTED A FULLY CHARGED BATTERY IN ONE SESSION, DELAY BATTERY
REPLACEMENT FOR A FEW MINUTES.
OBSERVE RECOMMENDED REST PERIODS ALSO WHEN USING AN EXTERNAL POWER
SUPPLY.
15
7
PROTECT THE TOOL FROM RAIN AND MOISTURE. WATER WILL DAMAGE THE TOOL AND
BATTERY. ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC TOOLS SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED IN POURING RAIN
OR UNDER WATER
8
2
Serial number of tool
13
X
45
3.1) Using the battery charger
TABLE 1
Carefully follow the instructions in the battery charger manual.
3.2) General information on how to use batteries
In order to maximise battery life, please follow these rules:
– Use the battery until the automatic residual energy display still has 1-2 LEDs showing: this
means the battery is almost completely discharged and no loss in the life of the battery has
been caused.
– Be particularly careful when charging a new battery the first 2-3 times in order to be certain
of maximising the available energy level.
– Allow the battery to cool down to ambient temperature prior to recharging.
– Rest the battery charger for at least 15 minutes between charges.
10
3
4. MAINTENANCE
6
The tool is robust, completely sealed and requires very little daily maintenance.
Compliance with the following points should help to maintain the optimum performance of
the tool:
4.1) Thorough cleaning
17
Dust, sand and dirt are a danger for any hydraulic device.
Every day, after use, the tool must be wiped with a clean cloth taking care to remove any
residue, especially close to moveable parts.
4.2) Storage
When not in use, the tool and accesories should
uld be stored and transported
trans
in the relevant
canvas bag to prevent damage.
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18
12
9
TABLE A
5. RETURN TO Cembre FOR OVERHAUL
INTERCHANGEABLE CRIMPING JAWS
JAW TYPE
GROOVES
CDD6
“D3” TO ACCEPT ALL “W” STYLE
CRIMPING DIES + “BG” FIXED
GROOVE
CDD6-8
“D3” TO ACCEPT ALL “W” STYLE
CRIMPING DIES + “O” FIXED
GROOVE
GROOVE TO ACCEPT ALL “O”
STYLE KEARNEY CRIMPING DIES
CDK
AU55-B ADAPTER TO ACCEPT
ALL “W” STYLE CRIMPING DIES
AVAILABLE AS AN ACCESSORY
CRIMPING DIE COMPATIBILITY
In the case of a breakdown contact our Area Agent who will advise you on the problem
and give you the necessary instructions on how to dispatch the tool to our nearest service
Centre; if possible, attach a copy of the Test Certificate supplied by Cembre together with
the tool or, if no other references are available, indicate the approximate purchase date and
the tool serial number.
FCI Burndy
W, X Series
Greenlee
KD6 Series
Ilsco
ND Series
Huskie
HT-58 Series
The guarantee is void if parts used are not Cembre original spares.
Panduit
CD-2001 series
FCI Burndy
W, X Series
Greenlee
KD6 Series
Ilsco
ND Series
When ordering spare parts always specify the following:
- code number of item
- name of item
- type of tool
- serial number of tool
Huskie
HT-58 Series
Panduit
CD-2001 Series
Kearney
O Series
Blackburn
6 tons
SPARE PARTS LIST
TABLE 1
Item
Code N°
- Following information applies in member states of the European Union:
USER INFORMATION in accordance with “Directives 2002/95/EC and
2002/96/EC regarding the reduction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, including the disposal of waste”.
The 'Not in the bin' symbol above when shown on equipment or packaging
means that the equipment must, at the end of its life, be disposed of separately from other waste.
The separate waste collection of such equipment is organised and managed by the manufacturer.
Users wishing to dispose of such equipment must contact the manufacturer
and follow the prescribed guidelines for its separate collection.
Appropriate waste separation, collection, environmentally compatible treatment and disposal is intended to reduce harmful environmental effects and
promote the reuse and recycling of materials contained in the equipment.
Unlawful disposal of such equipment will be subject to the application of
administrative sanctions provided by current legislation.
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DESCRIPTION
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6000577
8502002
6000217
6000584
6000591
6000593
6000203
6000218
6000582
6000200
6000202
6900650
6000589
6506654
6232675
6232500
6232676
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
13
15
16
17
18
RIGHT + LEFT SHELL
BL1830 BATTERY
OPERATING BUTTON
PROTECTION
ROD
SPRING
CONTACT SUPPORT
PRESSURE RELEASE BUTTON
BUTTON REINFORCEMENT
MECHANICAL GROUP (see table 2)
COMPLETE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
3,5X16 SCREW
WRIST STRAP
RIGHT + LEFT ADAPTOR
TG.0918 LABEL
TG.0704 LABEL
TG.0919 LABEL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
2
6232654
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TG.0891 LABEL
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