U.FL Push/Pull Tool

More and more of our products use U.FL connectors, so we wrote a tutorial on "Three Quick Tips About Using U.FL. However, even when following all the best practices outlined in the tutorial, we managed to rip more than a few connectors apart and it's always a disaster! Are you having issues disconnecting your U.FL connectors from each other? Well now you can ease the disconnection process with this handy little extraction tool. We have started to use this in our internal testing and we think you will like it too!

Specifically, this jig is for connecting and withdrawing U.FL-LP-040 and U.FL-LP-066 connectors from a seated position. The L-shaped bending portion of the jig is hooked on the connector cap to provide stable pressure & minimize the risk of damaging the U.FL SMD connector on your board.

Note: This product does not include the U.FL cable or NEO-M8U breakout board's U.FL mating connector. The U.FL cables and connectors on breakout boards will need to be purchased separately.

U.FL Push/Pull Tool Product Help and Resources

Three Quick Tips About Using U.FL

December 28, 2018

Quick tips regarding how to connect, protect, and disconnect U.FL connectors.

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  • Member #569749 / about 10 months ago * / 1

    I need a W.FL version of this tool too. Not a $119 one!

    Seems like if this tool's opening for the connector was in a V shape, then it would work for both U.FL and W.FL connectors?

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Smaller than I thought

Only got to use it one day and my boss moved me to a different job. Worked way better than the pliers they wanted me to use and no more crushing the little heads or board connections!

Check your application.

I ended up not getting much of anything done with this tool. It’s short so it does not allow accessing recessed ports. It’s bulky so it is hard to see the connection location. Of the four antennas on my project I may have been able to start one with this tool but ended up using my finger or a pencil eraser to fully seat the connector.

Works Great

Helps with connect as well as disconnect. Only criticism is that it is very small and hard to keep track of so I attached a magnetic tab with a split ring