(b) Slide the nut up to the large ferrule,
inner ferrule portion slides under braid. Push cable
assembly forward until contact snaps into place in
and slide the tapered ferrule (tapered end toward large
insulator. Slide outer ferrule over braid and up against
ferrule) through the nut and under the cable shield (fig.
7-16, view B). These three pieces should
(37) Crimp outer ferrule.
firmly in place.
(c) the ferrule over the dielectric down
(38) Clean end of cable and apply adhesive
(R.T.V. 728 or equivalent) under heat shrink sleeving.
(39) Using heat gun, shrink sleeving until
dielectric flush with the top of the ferrule.
sleeving is approximately 5 inches from connector.
(d) the small round insulator over the
(40) Position tag marker over section of
inner conductor until it is flush with the end of the ferrule
sleeving which was shrunk.
(41) Using heat gun, shrink remainder of
(e) Solder the pin to the center
sleeving down to the level of the boot.
conductor, making sure that the shoulder of the pin is
(42) Shrink tag marker.
(43) Apply thermofit adhesive under boot.
(44) Using heat gun, shrink the boot.
(f) the tapered insulator (tapered end
(45) Remove excess adhesive from boot, and
(g) Screw on the outer shell.
(46) Attach link chain attachment and dust
(13) Place pressure nut and pressure ring over
cover to cable using cable clamp.
j. Cable 1A3W1.
The following procedure is
(14) Place reducing ring and backshell over
applicable to the replacement of connectors P1 and P2.
cable braid and screw pressure nut onto backshell.
(1) Cut a section of cable (CP5224A) 71 1/2
(15) Obtain new connector and discard
inches in length.
pressure nut and ring supplied. If salvaged connector is
(2) Strip 6 inches of outside jacket from end
used, the pressure nut and ring were previously
(3) Trim 5 inches of braid from end of cable
(16) Using crimping tool, crimp pins supplied
leaving 1 inch of braid exposed (fig. 7-15, dimension B).
with connector onto exposed ends of the remaining wires
(4) Make a 2 1/2-inch cut (slit) in cable jacket
in the cable assembly.
(17) Screw coaxial cable pins into the
(5) Place tag marker, boot and a 4 3/4-inch
piece of heat shrink sleeving over outside of cable jacket.
(18) Insert remaining cable pins into connector,
(6) Trim twisted pair and other wires 1/2 inch
and fill open pin apertures with spare pins.
shorter than coaxial cable (fig. 7-15, dimensions A and
(19) Disconnect pressure nut from backshell
(7) Strip 2 1/2 inches from jacket of twisted
(20) Slide reducing ring into backshell and fan
out braid so that braid sets between the reducing ring
(8) Using crimping tool, crimp on ferrule and
and the pressure ring.
(21) Slide pressure ring into backshell and pull
(9) Place an appropriate length of insulation
out braid from V-connection formed by pressure ring
over ferrule and ground wire.
seated in reducing ring. Trim excess braid protruding
(10) Except for the coaxial cables strip 3/16
inch of insulation from the end of each wire in the
(22) Slide pressure nut onto backshell and
(11 ) Strip 19 /64 inch of outside jacket from the
(23) Clean end of cable and apply adhesive
end of the coaxial cable (fig. 7-15, dimension G). Trim
(R.T.V. 728 or equivalent) to area which will be covered
back 15 / 16 inch of braid so that 13/64 inch of braid is
(24) Using heat gun, shrink sleeving, then
(12) Pin the coaxial cable by performing the
remove any excess adhesive.
(25) Coat sleeving and backshell with R.T.V.
(a) Place the large ferrule over the
728 adhesive and slide boot over sleeving and backshell.
braided outer conductor and butt up against the outside
(26) Using heat gun, shrink boot.
(27) Remove any excess R.T.V. from boot.
(28) Using heat gun, shrink tag markers.