Compression Tool

CablePrep

The Cobra 360 compression tool attaches compression connectors used in drop cable applications. Low in cost and highly productive, the Cobra 360 features a performance-driven design that delivers easy, powerful leverage and ensures consistent, precise connections, every time.

The Cobra 360 attaches all F-type, some RCA and BNC compression connectors used on RG-6, -59, -7, -11 and mini-coax cables.

Ergonomic and Compact Design:
With a convenient pocket- sized design, The Cobra 360 compression tool can be operated easily and comfortably with either hand thanks to a newly modeled tool body made from high-strength materials that are surprisingly lightweight.

Universal Plunger Tips:
The plunger tips on the Cobra 360 compression tool is truly universal. The tool supports all connector types within a class, with no need to recalibrate the plunger throw or change the tip. The compression throw distance is set at the factory, and a hex lock nut keeps the tool calibrated over long periods of use. Field recalibration, if necessary, is quick and easy.

Slotted Plunger Tip for RCA Connectors:
The Cobra plunger tip is slotted to accommodate RCA-type connectors, facilitating easy connector insertion.

360-Degree Connector Support:
Patented dogs provide 360- degree connector support, thereby ensuring uniform compression and preventing connector distortion caused by misalignment.

Versatile, Dual Connector Support System:
Two sets of dogs are built into the Cobra. The support for RG-6 and -59 connectors simply swings out of the way when making RG-7 and -11 connections.

Efficient Self-releasing Dogs:
Cables can be easily inserted and removed from the dogs with one hand, making the Cobra tool convenient and easy to use while avoiding damage to cables.

Easy-Release Handle:
A magnetic tip holds the handle closed when not in use, protecting the tool and making it so compact it can be stored in a pocket – or an eyeglasses case.

Made in the USA
Every single part of the Cobra 360 is designed and manufactured in the USA using environmentally- friendly materials to the fullest extent.