It is the most common coaxial cable stripper found in the tool bag of professional low voltage installers. It will even strip the thicker RG6 Quad Shield cables often used in satellite or commercial video applications. It only makes sense to use the connectors and tools that are recommended and manufactured by the same company. This includes different versions of them both, such as quad shield, plenum rated, and non-plenum cables. What makes it so unique is that it features a patented "cable stop" component that allows you to push the end of your cable against it prior to stripping.
The first part of terminating a coax cable is to strip the end. A coaxial cable consists of several layers: Centre conductor Shield Sheath The cable must be stripped back to reveal about 10mm of the centre conductor and 10mm of the shield as per this image below: What a correctly stripped RG6 cable should look like Tools There a number of different tool that be used to strip your cable.