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Locoloc
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Swaging Tools
HC-5010-R
Handswaging Tool Battery-Powered
Operator’s Manual
SPECIFICATIONS
Swages aluminum and copper oval sleeves for 3/32, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4 and
5/16 sizes wire rope.
CRIMPING TOOL
Output:
Weight:
Size:
6 ton
8.75 lbs. with battery
22”L
BATTERY CARTRIDGE (TBP-84)
Battery Type:
Voltage:
Rated current:
Charge time:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Lithium Ion
14.4V DC
3 Ah
1 hour
3.5”L x 2.7”W x 5.3”H
1.25 Lbs.
BATTERY CHARGER (CH-90)
Input Voltage:
120V AC
Charging Capacity: 20VA
Dimensions:
4.25”L x 3.5”W x 3”H
Weight:
1.5 lbs.
BATTERY-POWERED COMPRESSION TOOL
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Operates in Confined Underground Spaces
6 Ton Output
Accepts “W” Type Dies
One Hand Operation
Fully-Enclosed Weather-Resistant Housing
LED Work Lights
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES
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1 Carrying Case
1 Battery Charger
2 TBP-84 Lithium Ion Batteries
1 Carrying Strap
BATTERY CHARGER
BATTERY CARTRIDGE
CARRYING CASE
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. CHARGING THE BATTERY
1. Insert the plug end into 120V power source. The LED indicator will be
steady green indicating the charger is now in “stand-by” mode and
ready to charge the battery. Do not plug the charger into a generator as
this will likely cause the fuse in the charger to short, and will not operate.
2. To charge a drained battery, insert the battery into the charger until the
LED indicator shows a steady amber. This indicates the battery is being
charged and will be completed in approximately 50-70 minutes. The LED
indicator will show a flashing green
(90%) - Steady Green (100%).
3. If the indicator shows a flashing amber
LED light when the battery is inserted,
the battery is too hot to be charged
and must be cooled to room temperature before charging. Do not leave
the battery in the charger to cool as the charger will not recognize the
battery is inserted and will not charge.
4. If the LED indicator goes out or is flashing quick amber, this could be a
possible short in the battery circuit, or a problem with the charger itself.
It is best to consult the factory for service if such a condition occurs.
ATTACHING THE BATTERY CARTRIDGE
1. While pressing the latch, pull out the
battery cartridge. To replace the battery
cartridge, push the new cartridge firmly
into place.
2. After inserting a battery cartridge, check
that it is securely in place by pulling gently. Do not press the latch when pulling
the cartridge.
TRIGGER AND RELEASE BUTTON
1. The ram advances when the trigger is pressed and stops when the
trigger is released.
2. To retract the ram, push the release button. The ram continues to
retract while the release button is pressed.
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Ensure that you have read and understand the safety instructions included in this manual before you operate the tool.
Check whether the tool is damaged. Before using the tool, always carefully check that parts are functioning correctly.
Check that moving parts do not become stuck and are not damaged.
DO NOT use the tool if damaged or defective parts are detected. Damaged or defective parts must be repaired by a qualified technician.
Slide the battery into the handle until you hear a click.
Before using the tool, check that the moveable piston is in its rest position
(fully retracted, by actuating the retract trigger).
“Loos” battery-driven, handheld, open jaw swaging tool has a powerful 6
Ton output which will crimp the 3/32, 1/8, 3/16,1/4 and 5/16 inch copper
and aluminum oval sleeves on to the corresponding sizes of wire rope.
The tool utilizes interchangeable dies that are manufactured by Loos &
Co to fit 3/32, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4 and 5/16 aluminum and copper oval sleeves.
These dies are sold in pairs. One pair for each size sleeve. The 3/32 and
1/8 sleeves require only one crimp, or one cycle of the tool. The 3/16
sleeves require two crimps, or two complete cycles of the tool. The 1/4
sleeves require four crimps, or four complete cycles of the tool. The 5/16
copper sleeves require four crimps or four complete cycles of the tool. The
5/16 aluminum sleeves requires five crimps or five complete cycles of the
tool.
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REPLACEABLE DIES
(Sold Separately)
3/32
1/8
3/16
1/4
5/16
INSERT DIE SET
Activate the retract trigger (4) to open jaws of tool.
Select proper die to be used (either 3/32, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16) and slide
both pieces of the die set into jaws of the tool by unscrewing the insert
screw (5) on slide of jaw, then slide die into place and retighten.
Insert Screw
(5)
IMPORTANT: Die needs to fit all
the way in, otherwise it will break
the aligning ears on corners.
Place the cable sleeve to be crimped between the 2 dies. Press on the
forward trigger to crimp the sleeve onto the cable. An audible click advises when the swage (crimp) is completed.
Open the jaws of the tool by pressing the retract trigger (4) you may now
crimp another sleeve or you may start another crimp cycle of the tool (for
the larger 3/16, 1/4 and 5/16 sleeves).
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1/8
3/16
Finished sleeve should look like this. Be sure sleeves have been compressed the
proper number of times. (See NUMBER OF COMPRESSIONS Figure 1)
Use the swaging gauge provided with the tool to check proper after swage
diameter of sleeve. Compressed sleeve should slide into size slot in gauge.
Sleeves elongate after compression. To assure maximum holding allow
the end of the cable to extend beyond the sleeve after it is compressed.
The following chart indicates to number of compressions for each
size sleeve to obtain maximum holding strength. The powerful 6 ton
tool requires only one compression for the 3/32 and 1/8 size sleeves.
Select the proper die size for the sleeve to be swaged. Use only 3/32
sleeves with 3/32 die, 1/8 sleeve with 1/8 die and so on. (For lap slices at
least two oval sleeves should be used).
Figure 1
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IMPORTANT OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS FOR THE TOOL
1. Always wear protective eye wear when operating the tool.
2. Select appropriate dies for the connector to be compressed. Incorrect
combinations result in inferior connections of the conductors. Consult your connector manufacturer for the recommended die/connector
combinations.
3. Always point the tool away from other people.
4. If the tool is stored for an extended period at a temperature of less
than 25°F (-5°C), the tool should be allowed to return to room temperature to ensure smooth operation. Use the tool only after it has
been at room temperature for 1 hour.
5. Do not drop the tool. Dropping the tool may damage the hydraulic
circuit and result in the tool not functioning correctly.
6. Keep the head and ram clean and free of debris. Solvents can be
used to clean the head, but should not be used on the plastic body.
Use soap and water to clean the body.
PRECAUTIONS FOR THE BATTERY CARTRIDGE
1. Do not short circuit the contacts or expose the cartridge to water, oil
or solvents.
2. Do not disassemble or attempt to repair the battery cartridge or dispose of in a fire.
3. Do not drop or otherwise abuse the battery cartridge.
4. Do not leave the cartridge in locations where it will be exposed to a
temperature greater than 140°F (60°C) for an extended period.
5. The battery has a limited life. When the crimping capacity becomes
about 1/2 that of the original capacity, the battery should be replaced.
6. If the battery cartridge is stored without being charged, natural drainage will cause the power to be reduced. The battery should be charged
every 3 months if not in use.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR THE CHARGER
1. The LED indicator lights up amber and remains lit when the unit starts
charging a battery cartridge.
2. This unit is for charging battery cartridge TBP-84. Do not use the charger for any other devices.
3. Allow battery cartridges to cool before charging. Allow at least 15 minutes between charges when charging several cartridges in succession.
4. Charge batteries at an ambient temperature of 50°-95°F (10°-35°C).
Charging time is approximately 50-70 minutes for the TBP-84.
5. Never short circuit the output terminals.
6. Do not expose the charger to water, oil or solvents.
7. Do not disassemble, attempt to modify, drop or otherwise abuse charger.
8. Place the charger in a well-ventilated area free of foreign objects/matter.
9. Unplug the charger from the outlet before cleaning or changing adapters.
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PARTS LISTS
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Insufficient Hydraulic Oil
MOTOR RUNS, BUT THE TOOL
J AWS WILL NOT ADVANCE
M O TOR RUNS, TOO L JAWS
ADV ANCE, BUT WILL NO T
B UILD PRES SURE.
SOLUTION
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Invert tool to allow air to rise
Air Block in Hydraulic System towards the top of the oil
bladder.
Defective Hydraulic Circuit
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Insufficient Hydraulic Oil
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Defective Suction Valve or
Bypass Cartridge
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Defective Battery
Charge or Replace Battery
Bad Contact or Loose Battery Check all Connections and
Wires
Connections
MOTOR WILL NOT RUN AT ALL
Misaligned Switch
Check to Make Sure that
Switch is Properly Aligned
with Trigger.
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Tool Did Not Complete a Full
Cycle and Bypass
TOOL J AWS WILL NOT RELEASE
Press Trigger and allow Tool
to Bypass, then Release Tool
Jaws.
Press and Hold Release
Connector is Jammed in Tool
Trigger While Prying Tool
Jaws.
Jaws Apart.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Release Trigger is Bent or
Misaligned.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Insufficient Hydraulic Oil
MOTOR RUNS, BUT THE TOOL
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J AWS WILL NOT ADVANCE
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
SOLUTION
Consult Factory for Repair
Service.
Invert tool to allow air to rise
the top of the oil
Air Block in Hydraulic System towards Toll
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bladder.
Consult Factory for Repair
WARRANTY
Huskie Tools products carry a warranty that makes us a leader in the tool
industry. No other manufacturer dares to back its tools as we do.
All Huskie REC-SERIES battery-operated products carry a 5-year
warranty. The ECO-SERIES battery-operated products carry a 1-year
warranty. The IL-ND battery-operated products carry a 3-year warranty.
The BP-70E, BP-70EI, BP-70MH, and TBP-84 batteries carry a 5-year
or 1,000 recharge cycles warranty from the date stamped on the battery.
PRODUCT WARRANTY
REC-Series battery-operated products5 Years
ECO-Series battery-operated products*1 Year
IL-ND battery-operated products3 Years
Batteries (BP-70E, BP-70EI**, BP-70MH, TBP-84)
5 Years
Chargers (CH-35R, CH-70DCH, CH-90, CH-86)
5 Years
*Please call the factory with warranty questions.
**The BP-70EI is no longer available. The LED indicator on the BP-70EI
carries a 1-year warranty from purchase date.
The warranty does not cover any damages incurred from a Huskie tool
including damages to property, bodily injuries, and lost wages resulting
from such injuries. This warranty solely covers the repair or replacement
of tools supplied by Huskie. These remedies are exclusive, and the total
liability of Huskie Tools, Inc. whether based on contract, warranty, negligence, indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the
purchase price of the tool. In no event shall Huskie Tools, Inc. be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages.
HUSKIE TOOLS, INC. MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY
KIND, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
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WARRANTY (CONT.)
Huskie reserves the right to determine all warranty claims. Huskie will
not waranty tools containing parts or batteries not originally supplied by
Huskie. Failure due to misuse, improper maintenance, misapplication, not
following instructions or warnings, abuse or repairs attempted by anyone
other than Huskie Tools, Inc. or an authorized service center renders this
warranty null and void.
Repair and Warranty Claims
All claims must be sent to Huskie for inspection and authorization. A
Return Goods Authorization (RGA) is required before shipping tools to
Huskie. Secure the authorization by telephoning or writing to Huskie’s
main office with details of the claim. Non-warranty repairs are handled
using the same procedure. Repairs exceeding 50 percent of the cost of a
new tool will be advised before repairs are made.
Payment Terms
Upon credit approval, Huskie’s standard payment terms are net-30 days.
Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are also accepted.
Freight
All Huskie Tools are FOB, Glendale Heights, Illinois. Goods will be shipped
pre-paid and added, unless otherwise specified. Freight shipments over
$17,000 are pre-paid.
Quotations
Special quantity quotations should be phoned in to discuss the scope of
your tool requests.
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WARRANTY (CONT.)
Complete Support Services
Our customers have direct access to us for training, service, and
problem solving. As specialists in tools, we maintain a trained repair staff
and a large stock of parts. This contrasts with many tool suppliers who
carry tools as a sideline without offering support services. Here are some
reasons why our customers love to do business with us:
•Quick delivery
•We maintain inventory in our headquarters
•Training and troubleshooting services
•Fast repair service
•Design and engineering service for special tools
HOW TO GET SERVICE UNDER THE TERMS OF THE
LIMITED WARRANTY
Return your product directly to Huskie Tools, Inc. as our
representative network is not prepared to service the product under
the terms of this warranty.
1. Write, call, or fax Huskie stating the tool’s purchase date and problem.
You will be given an RGA # to assure that your merchandise will be properly handled upon its receipt.
2. CAUTION: Make sure the product is packaged adequately so as to
prevent damage or loss during transit. The shipment must be prepaid and
we recommend that it be insured. A cover letter indicating the reason for
the return should be included in order to facilitate repairs.
3. To fill out an RGA online, go to HuskieTools.com and click on “Repairs.”
198 N. Brandon Drive, Glendale Heights, IL 60139
Phone: (800) 860-6170 Fax: (800) 345-3767
HuskieTools.com
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Tel: (239) 643-LOOS • Fax (239) 643-4558
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