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Instruction Sheet
408–8780
2003 Tyco Electronics Corporation, Harrisburg, PA.
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ITEM NUMBER TYCO ELECTRONICS
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY PER KIT
1 1055439–1 Cable Fixture Sub–Assembly 1
2 1055441–1 Clamp Insert for 02.16 [.085] Cable 1 Set
3 1055547–1 Clamp Insert for 01.78 [.070] Cable 1 Set
4 91362–1 .38 [.015] Thick Solder Gage 1
5 1055460–1 Dielectric Recess Tool 1
6 1055456–1 Locator Tool, Type A 1
7 1055458–1 Dielectric Insert Tool 1
8 1055457–1 Locator Tool, Type A 1
9 1055463–1 Center Contact Holder 1
10 1055459–1 Dielectric Insert Tool 1
11 1055449–1 Locking Ring Pliers 1
12 1055464–1 Locator Tool, Type B 1
13 1055461–1 Locator Tool, Type B 1
Figure 1
1. INTRODUCTION
Solder Assembly Kit 1055466–1 for SSMA (OSSM)
Connectors, shown in Figure 1, contains everything
necessary to solder SSMA solder–style connectors to
2.16 [.085] and 1.78 [.070] diameter semi–rigid and
flexible cable.
Tool directions in this document are for
reference only. Refer to the appropriate
connector assembly instructions to insure proper
assembly. Refer to Figures 2 and 3 for connector
assemblies and their associated instruction
sheets.
Dimensions are in metric units [with U.S.
customary units in brackets], unless otherwise
indicated.
CAUTION
NOTE
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SEMI–RIGID CABLE CONNECTORS
Connector Part Number Instruction Sheet
1046477–1 408–4776
1046479–1 408–4777
1045423–1
1062251–1 1055670–1
1045422–1 408–4792
1045401–1 408–4793
1045381–1
1058589–1 1045410–1 408–4794
1058588–1
1045350–1 1045351–1
1062250–1 408–4795
1045370–1 1045369–1 408–4796
Figure 2
FLEXIBLE CABLE CONNECTORS
Connector Part Number Instruction Sheet
1045497–1 408–4788
1045496–1 408–4789
1062258–1
1081231–1 1045481–1
1045482–1 408–4790
1045477–1
1062256–1 1045476–1 408–4791
1062257–1
1045510–1 1085817–1
1045511–1 408–4798
1045507–1 1045508–1 408–4799
Figure 3
Contact customer service or refer to Catalog
1308940 for additional information.
2. DESCRIPTION
Solder Assembly Kit 1055466–1 contains the tooling
required to properly solder SSMA (OSSM) connectors
to semi–rigid and flexible coax cable. The kit contains
a cable fixture sub–assembly, two sets of clamp
inserts for 2.16 [.085] and 1.78 [.070] cable, and four
types of locators that are used to properly align the
connector and cable. The kit also contains a solder
gage for proper spacing of the center contact, a
center contact holder, three dielectric insertion/recess
tools, and locking ring pliers.
The cable fixture subassembly consists of a fixture
frame, thumbscrew, positioning tool and spring. See
Figure 4. When used with the proper clamp inserts
the assembly holds and locates coaxial cable for
soldering.
3. INSTALLING/REPLACING THE CLAMP INSERT
Clamp inserts come in sets of two. Upper and
lower inserts are interchangeable.
1. Select the appropriate clamp inserts. Refer to
Figure 1 for the appropriate clamp inserts.
2. Remove the cable fixture thumbscrew by
rotating it in a counterclockwise direction.
3. Remove the positioning tool by rotating it in a
counterclockwise direction.
4. Remove the clamp inserts from the frame after
the positioning tool is removed.
5. Sandwich the spring in the pockets on the
replacement clamp inserts.
6. Place clamp inserts in the fixture frame and
reinstall the positioning tool.
7. Retighten positioning tool.
8. Reinstall the thumbscrew.
4. TRIMMING CABLE WITH FIXTURE FRAME
The fixture frame is equipped with six trimming holes
designed to remove the outer jacket and cable
dielectric. The side marked with the number 2 is for
trimming 1.78 [.070], 2.16 [.085], and 3.58 [.141]
cable. See Figures 4 and 5. When cable is fully
bottomed during trimming, a strip length of 2.79 [.110]
will result. If different strip lengths are required the
center conductor must be trimmed separately.
The side marked with a number the number “1” is for
trimming cable already mounted in a connector
housing. See the connector specific instruction sheet
for more information.
Trim blades are NOT included with the kit. Use a
razor blade with .38 [.015] maximum thickness.
5. USING SOLDER GAGE AND CENTER CONTACT
HOLDER
The center contact holder is designed to hold both
male and female center contacts for SSMA (OSSM)
connectors.
The solder gage is used to properly space the SSMA
(OSSM) center contact away from the cable
dielectric.
NOTE
NOTE
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Figure 4
Fixture Frame
Thumb
Screw
Cable
Spring
Trimming
Holes
Clamp
Inserts
Positioning
Tool
Figure 5
For 2.16
[.085] Cable
For 3.58
[.141] Cable
For 1.78
[.070] Cable
Center contact holders contains small amounts of
lead. The lead is used for assembly.
Maximum operating temperature for the center
contact holder is 300 C [572 F]
To avoid personal injury, be sure to observe all
local safety practices (including the use of
gloves). The solder gage, center contact holder,
and the contact may be hot after soldering.
6. USING LOCATING TOOLS
Solder Assembly Kit 1055466–1 contains four locating
tools. Refer to the connector specific instruction sheet
for selection of proper locator tool and assembly
instructions.
Type A, as well as Type B locating tools are available.
6.1. Using Type A Locating Tools
The solder assembly kit contains two Type A locator
tools. These tools are designed to be used with the
fixture subassembly. To insure proper connector
assembly, follow the instructions listed below.
1. Place connector housing on end of cable
sub–assembly. The subassembly refers to cable
with center contact.
2. Place loose connector assembly in fixture base.
3. Nest the center contact in locator tool.
4. Tighten the thumbscrew to secure the cable.
5. Tighten the locator tool to seat the cable firmly.
6. Slide connector housing over locator tool.
7. Maintain position of housing firmly against
locator tool.
CAUTION
NOTE
DANGER
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To avoid personal injury, be sure to follow all local
safety practices when using solder and solder
equipment.
8. Solder according to the connector specific
instructions.
Fixture should be clamped vertically in vise to
keep housing seated against locator tool.
6.2. Using Type B Locating Tools
The solder assembly kit contains two Type B locator
tools. These tools are used to confine the connector
dielectric, which aids in providing proper cable seating
when soldering to flexible cable. To insure proper
connector assembly, follow connector specific
instructions.
7. USING DIELECTRIC TOOLS
Solder Assembly Kit 1055466–1 contains three
dielectric tools. Two dielectric (insertion) tools are
used to insert the dielectric bushing into the connector
housing. The dielectric (recess) tool is used to
compress expanded cable dielectric after soldering
semi–rigid coaxial cable to the connector housing, if
required.
Use the following instruction to press the dielectric
bushing into the connector subassembly.
1. Thread the insertion tool into connector
subassembly.
2. Insert the dielectric into insertion tool housing.
3. Place insertion tool plunger into position.
4. Press the plunger until the flange bottoms on
the tool housing.
8. USING LOCKING RING PLIERS
The locking ring pliers are used to compress the
retaining ring, allowing installation of the coupling nut
on specific connectors. Use the pliers as follows:
1. Place retaining ring (and gasket) on connector
housing.
2. Compress the retaining ring with the retaining
ring pliers.
3. Push coupling nut on to housing and over the
retaining ring.
4. Check to make sure the coupling nut rotates
freely after the retaining ring is in place.
9. REVISION SUMMARY
Per EC 0990–1851–02:
New release of instruction sheet
DANGER
NOTE

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