Hand Held Cable & Wire Strippers


The Coastal Tools 715 Port-a-Strip can be used to quickly strip both 734 and 735 coax cables. A versatile battery-operated coaxial cable stripper that is sturdy enough for use in the field but can also be adapted to in-house use. The durable blades will manage up to 15,000 strips and make cuts and strips in seconds.

Kit contains:

  • #724 hand held driver with #726 removable Ni-Cad battery pak (up to 250 strips per charge)
  • One #24 cutter head (any strip configuration)
  • 2 chargers (A/C & D/C Auto)
  • Carrying case with space for additional cutter heads.


The Coastal Tools 747 Port-a-Strip is a handheld battery-operated coaxial cable stripper production set-up kit. Ready for high volume, this portable cable stripper can be mounted on top of the power supply with the two included clamps allowing you to tackle all the jobs that come your way! The long-lasting blades are durable enough for 15,000 strips, and the kit is low maintenance only needing occasional cleaning of debris and blade replacement. Compatible with non-standard cutter heads.

Kit contains:

  • #724 hand held driver with #726 removable Ni-Cad battery pak (up to 250 strips per charge)
  • One #727 power supply
  • One #24 cutter head (any strip configuration)
  • Carrying case with space for additional cutter heads.


Produces bench-top quality strips
FAST! Cuts and strips coax in 3 seconds
Blades last up to 15,000 strips
Quick-change patented cutter heads are available for all types of cable and strip dimensions
Rugged ABS construction
Weight (tool-kit with battery): 4.23 lbs.Dimensions: Driver, 2.75″ wide x 9.8″ long
Maintenance: minimal (motor permanently sealed and lubricated), occasional cleaning of cutter head to remove debris, & blade replacement
Driver is powered by Ni-Cad battery pack or optional #727 AC/DC power supply
Non-standard cutter heads available
Tool comes complete with the following:
Hand-held driver
AC-DC Power Supply
One cutter head (any configuration)One heavy duty Ni-Cad battery pack
Two chargers (AC & DC)
Carrying case (with additional space for extra cutter heads)


Cutter heads are interchangeable and
available for all cables and connectors!

Perfect for:

Sized and shaped like a flashlight, this
portable tool is designed to be rugged
enough for use in the field and extremely adaptable for in-house production use


The Coastal Tools 747-CPP cable strippers can be used in a hand-held or fixed position. When attached to the snap-in mounts on the power supply, the stripper can be operated with a foot pedal and used as a bench mount stripper. Requires less effort than manual strippers which reduces stripping time, and it is ergonomically designed. A precise piece of equipment that is as affordable as it is rugged. Where AC power is available, can be used for high-volume applications.

Hand Held or Fixed Position Capability

  • Can be used as a bench mount stripper with foot pedal operation by attaching the hand held unit to the snap-in mounts on the power supply.
  • By removing the tool from the power supply snap-in mounts it can be used as a hand held stripper.
  • Reduces stripping time, with less effort required than manual strippers
  • Ergonomically designed.
  • Made to be used for high volume applications, on-site locations, where AC power is available.
  • Affordable, precise, and rugged, Coastel Quality Built.


The Coastal Tools CT6 coax cable tester checks the continuity of coaxial cable allowing you to tell if a cable is good, open, or shorted. The CT6 Coax Cable Tester is actually three independent testers. One is for BNC cables, another is for TNC cables, and a third is for F type cables. Warning: cable tester should never be connected to a live wire as there is a risk of damaging the tester and equipment. Requires a 9-vold battery.


The CT6 Coax Cable Tester is actually three independent testers. One is for BNC cables, another is for TNC cables and a third is for F type cables.

  1. Plug the included BNC, F, or TNC terminator into the far end of the coaxial cable, then connect the near end of the cable to the tester with the same type of connector as the terminator.
  2. Observe the LED corresponding with type of cable being tested (BNC, TNC, or F). If the LED is RED the cable is shorted or bad. If the LED remains UNLIT then press the test button.
  3. The LED for the corresponding connector should light GREEN showing a GOOD cable. If the LED remains unlit either the center conductor or the shield connection is open, or the terminator is not installed. If the LED light is RED there is a short between the center conductor and the shield.
  4. The terminator on the cable being tested should be the same type as the connector on the tester.
  5. This tester will not test cables with a BNC on one end and a TNC or F on the other, unless you use an optional adapter, such as BNC M to TNC F adapter.


  1. The tester runs on one 9 volt battery.
  2. Please make sure the battery charge is sufficient otherwise the LED will dim and difficult to read.

Never connect this tester to a live wire. Doing so may damage
the tester or the equipment the cable is connected to.


Press and hold the button switch on the function plate to activate the tester. Only the green LED will be lit to indicate the “open” situation on the end of the connector. This will also indicate that the batteries are active. It the green LED does not light, replace the batteries.Slide the receiver out from the slot of the transmitter. Plug the receiver and transmitter onto each other. Press and hold the switch, the indicators will display an “OK” situation.
To test, slide the receiver from the slot of the transmitter. Plug the receiver and transmitter on each end of the testing coaxial cable. Press and hold the switch; the LED indicator on the transmitter will display the test result as follows:“OK”, Two LED’s (red and green) will blink alternately.“Short”, Two LED’s will both lite up constantly.“Open”, Only the green LED will light up.Relieve the switch to turn off the tester. Slide the receiver back to the slot of the transmitter for storage.
If the LED indicators become weak or sluggish in performance, the batteries should be replaced. The procedure is as follows:Slide the receiver out to locate the battery door on the transmitter side.Slide the battery door and replace with 2-1.5 volts AG13 Button Call batteries. Observe the correct polarity. The positive port is toward the face of the LED’s.Slide the battery door in place.

Important: – Do not connect the CT-6ST cable tester to a live cable