I would suggest talking to the folks at PV cables.
They know about crimpers!
> On Sep 21, 2016, at 7:19 PM, Kevin Pegg <kp...@energyalternatives.ca> wrote:
> I purchased a Helios H4TC0001 crimper, as recommended by Kyocera and have to
> report it as junk. After wrecking several H4 crimps I went back to using the
> German-Made Multi-Contact tool used for MC4 connectors and it appears to do a
> fine job on the H4 crimps. Just difficult to have everything lined up, and to
> stay lined up.
> From: RE-wrenches [mailto:re-wrenches-boun...@lists.re-wrenches.org] On
> Behalf Of Carl Adams
> Sent: September-21-16 12:58 PM
> To: RE-wrenches <email@example.com>
> Subject: [RE-wrenches] Amphenol and MC4 crimper
> Hello Wrenches,
> I wanted to ask you about Helios and MC4 crimpers. I bought a set of
> theAmpenol H4 crimp teeth and loactor for my Reinstag crimper some time back,
> to handle the Amphenol H4 connectors They work well but require changing the
> locator for femal and male crimps and they are expensive. I see this tool is
> out there.
> CRIMP TOOL 2.5MM-6MM, HELIOS 4, PV-670508-000
> It seems a less expensive solution and simpler than the Reinstag set. Any
> experience with this? What are your thoughts.
> With Regards
> Carl Adams, President
> SunRock Solar, LLC
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