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RJ-45 Plug Crimper | Bulk Modular Plugs - Durable Telecommunications Equipment

HCI, established in 1975 and based in Taiwan, specializes in manufacturing high-quality ethernet connectivity solutions. Their product range includes RJ-45 Plug Crimper, keystone jacks, patch panels, patch cords, modular plugs, and RJ45 couplers. Renowned for their innovation and reliability, HCI's products are certified under IEC-60512-99-002 for 802.3bt 100W 4PPoE and hold various certifications from UL, 3P, and ETL. HCI continues to support global telecommunication projects with advanced networking solutions.

HCI emphasizes high-quality manufacturing and exceptional customer service, ensuring robust performance and durability across all their products. Their commitment to quality and client satisfaction makes them a trusted partner in the telecommunications industry worldwide.

HCI has been offering customers ethernet connectivity solutions since 1975, both with advanced technology and 48 years of experience, HCI ensures each customer's demands are met.

RJ-45 Plug Crimper

The crimped blade height of an RJ-45 modular plug is a crucial consideration that must not be ignored. As per the ISO/IEC 60603-7 standard, the acceptable blade height should be between 6.15mm and 5.89mm. Because the blade height plays a vital role in maintaining continuity during mating with a modular jack, it's essential to be cautious when choosing the right crimper. Furthermore, it's important to routinely check the die for signs of wear and tear after multiple crimping operations.

Types & variations

The crimping tools provided by HCI can be primarily categorized as follows:

Crimping Path

"Up" Crimp: The crimping die moves upward.

"Sideways" Crimp: The crimping die moves sideways.


"Palm": Indicates a hand-grip size.

Plug Type

"Pass-Thru": Designed for Pass-Through type RJ-45 modular plugs.

Minor Features

We provide a selection list for your convenience, presenting tools with noticeable differences. Below is the chart illustrating factors to consider when making your selection."

8P/6P/4P Determine whether the tool is designed solely for crimping networking 8P plugs or if it also includes different receptacles and dies for crimping telecom plugs.

Thru-Plug Comes with a built-in cutter designed to trim excess wires when using a through-plug.

Ground-Crimp (a.k.a 'cable clip', 'back-tail clip') Features a slot designed to neatly clamp the grounding hook in place.

Round Cable Stripper Includes an extra slot specifically for stripping the ROUND cable jacket.

Flat Cable Stripper Includes an extra slot specifically for stripping the FLAT cable jacket.

Cable Cutter Functions as a knipper.

Adjustable Strain Latch Presser Bar Crimp plugs with/without strain latch.
The 'adjustable/removable strain latch presser bar' feature of a plug crimper allows for crimping both plugs with and without a strain latch. A crimper without this feature can only crimp either plugs with or without a strain latch.

Rachet Guarantees consistently high-quality crimping each time.

One-row/Two-row Recommended for crimping plugs with either exclusively one-row wire positions or with both one-row and two-row wire positions.

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