The 2401-22 is a 12V subcompact driver that delivers 100 in./lb of torque. Weighing 2 lb, the company says the tool can drive 130 3-in. screws from a single battery charge. Additional product features include a 1.4 Ah battery, LED light, built-in battery fuel gauge, one-handed chuck, and variable-speed trigger. Two batteries, a 30-min. charger, soft carrying case, and a standard #2 Phillips and flat bit are also included.
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Journeyman screwdrivers feature a tri-lobe handle with an ultrasoft outer grip bonded to a solid inner core. According to the company, the tool's Tip-Ident dome mark allows for instant tip recognition and orientation. In addition, each of the seven models of screwdrivers features a hardened steel blade machined with a precision ground tip. The blade is reinforced by a hex-shaped bolster for enhanced strength and stability between the handle and blade. Available tip styles include: 3/16-in. cabinet, ¼-in. and 5/16-in. keystone; and No. 1-3 Phillips. Out-of-handle blade lengths are 4 in. or 6 in.
The Triple Tap threading tool features a Santoprene handle that the company says reduces the risk of repetitive strain injuries. Available head sizes include either 6-32, 8-32, and 10-24 or 6-32, 8-32, and 10-32. In addition, each tap size rethreads to the larger size if the thread is stripped.
The redesigned JackRapid termination tool allows users to install jacks up to eight times faster than with traditional punchdown tools, according to the company. Users can terminate and trim all eight wires in a jack at once with one squeeze. In addition, the company says the tool's ergonomically designed handle requires less effort when performing the punchdown process. The handle also includes a built-in wire jacket stripper.