About 25 mm from the end, use a knife to cut around the outer plastic covering. Be careful not to cut the braided copper wires inside! Pull off the plastic cover. Separate the braided copper wires then push them back over the outer sheath.
Peel off the exposed metal foil shield.
Cut off the white plastic insulation to expose the inner wire core, leaving about 5 mm of white plastic insulation. This reduces the risk of the braided copper wires touching the inner wire core which must never happen!
Loosen the screw. Push the internally threaded cap onto the cable then push the bared cable into the screw connector and tighten the screw.
Fit the externally threaded moulded nut. Push the braided copper strands over the metal cone section and trim them so they don’t go over the thread of the plastic nut. Screw the threaded cap on as tightly as it will go so that it traps the braided copper strands over the metal cone section.
See catalogue page 7
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