Improper torque when installing RPDs and rSwitches can cause RF leaks, water leaks, and damage to modules from over-heating. All this is avoidable with the new Cable Prep Torque Screwdriver (TRX-SL18). Unlike other drivers that attempt to address this application, this tool will never exceed the specified torque, even if a technician disregards or cannot hear the audible click emitted when the tool achieves the specified torque value. After the proper threshold is reached, the tool begins to spin freely, exerting zero force.
Increasingly, manufacturers of RPDs and rSwitches are specifying standards for the proper torque values that ensure successful installation. Cable Prep tools precisely match those standards, preventing unnecessary operational failures and improving customer experience.
Precise torque settings: Tools are color-coded and etched to indicate specific torque values. A rare-earth magnet holds the torque limiter securely in the tool handle.
Common-sense design: The handle is rubberized, ergonomically contoured, and brightly colored for easy differentiation from other tools. A hole at the rear of the handle will accept a lanyard
Long, removable bit: The screwdriver bit is long enough to reach through and past other module components encountered in typical installations.
Torque Value: 18in/lb