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This can be seen through the splice inspection window. 5. Crimp by closing the tool handles. The tool will not open until the full crimping cycle has been completed. 6. After crimping, check that the wire end is still visible through the splice inspection window. 7. Reverse the position of the splice in the crimping tool (or location of the crimping tool on the splice) and repeat steps 1 through 6 to crimp the wire into the other side of the splice. If the correct tools are used and the proper procedures followed, crimp-on connections are more effective electrically, as well as mechanically, than soldered connections.

The connections are made rapidly, are clean, and uniform in construction. Because of the pressures exerted and the material used, the crimped connection or splice, properly made, is both mechanically and electrically sound. Some of the basic types of terminals are shown in figure 2-11. There are several variations of these basic types, such as the use of a slot instead of a terminal hole, three- and four-way splice-type connectors, and others. Since the Navy uses both copper and aluminum wiring, both copper and aluminum terminals are necessary.

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