Clicker Style Digi-Click™
Owner's Manual Model No's:
1. STUDY THIS BOOKLET CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING
TO OPERATE THIS WRENCH.
2. Never apply more torque than the maximum scale
3. This torque wrench is designed for manual tightening of
threaded fasteners only. DO NOT USE IT AS A NUT-
BREAKER OR FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.
4. Over-torqued or defective fasteners and sockets may
suddenly break. Ratchets that are improperly engaged,
worn out, damaged, or over-torqued may slip or break.
TO PREVENT INJURY, KEEP PROPER FOOTING AND
BALANCE AT ALL TIMES. DO NOT USE THE WRENCH IN
PLACES FROM WHICH YOU MAY FALL OR SLIP, OR
AROUND OPERATING MACHINERY.
5. This wrench will not prevent you from applying more
torque than set, it is not a torque limiting tool. The LCD
display will flash "STOP" if you exceed either the lower or
upper limit of intended use. At low settings the release is
gentle and there usually is no audible 'click' signal. Learn
how different amounts of torque 'feel', so you will reduce
the possibility of damage and/or injury due to accidental
6. APPLY FORCE TO THE GRIP ONLY. DO NOT USE 'CHEATER
BARS' (a piece of pipe placed over the hand grip).
7. There are no user-serviceable components inside the
wrench. Disassembling the wrench or making any
adjustments will result in the loss of accuracy, and will
void the warranty.
Before adjusting the wrench to the desired torque setting,
make sure that you are using the correct torque units.
Torque values may be displayed in units of Inch Pounds, Foot
Pounds, Newton Meters, or Centimeter Kilograms.
Your CRAFTSMAN DIGI-CLICK™ Torque Wrench is calibrated
in Foot-Pounds (default on the LCD display) and can be
changed to other units as desired.
WARNING: DO NOT turn the adjusting knob either below the
lowest scale reading or above the highest scale reading. The
LCD display will show torque settings beyond the calibrated
upper and lower limits of your DIGI-CLICK™torque
wrench,these are intended for adjusting purposes only and
are not within the calibrated range.
WARNING: DO NOT use the wrench when batteries are not
installed or when batteries do not have sufficient power to
operate the wrench
TO SET TORQUE
1. Press the red PWR button to turn the wrench on.
2. At initial power up, the LCD display will flash all icons
twice and then show the current torque setting. When
stored or not in use, the wrench should be set to less
than 25% of the maximum capacity.
NOTE: The battery level indicator on the LCD display will
indicate the remaining battery life.
3. Press the gray UNIT button to toggle through desired
units (ft-lb, in-lb, N-m, kg-cm)
4. Pull the adjusting knob out to unlock the adjusting
5. While holding the adjusting knob unlocked, turn it
clockwise to increase the torque, and counterclockwise
to decrease torque. Keep turning until the desired
TARGET torque reading is displayed on the LCD screen.
6. If during a torque setting adjustment the intended
TARGET value is exceeded on the LCD display, the torque
wrench should be first adjusted back to below the
TARGET value, and then back up to the intended TARGET
7. Lock the setting by releasing and, if necessary, pushing
the adjusting knob in. The knob can be turned slightly
back and forth without changing the torque setting to
assure proper engagement of teeth in the locking
8. Press and hold the red PWR button for 2 seconds to turn
the wrench off. This torque wrench has an automatic
shut off feature and will power down after 10 minutes of
NOTE: The TARGET torque setting and units will be saved
after shut off. If the torque is adjusted while the power is
off, the correct torque target will be displayed at the power
on screen .
TO APPLY TORQUE
1. Attach the proper socket or other attachment to the
drive. Set the reversing lever of the proper direction of
NOTE: If special attachments are used, torque setting must
be corrected in accordance with the directions given below
in the extensions section.
2. Place the socket or attachment onto the fastener to be
3. Utilizing the ratcheting head, you may 'spindown' the
fastener until resistance is felt.
4. Holding the wrench BY THE GRIP ONLY*, apply SLOW
AND STEADY pull until a momentary release impulse or
'click' is felt. Release tightening pressure immediately
when the release is felt.
WARNING: At low torque settings the release is gentle and
there usually is no audible 'click' signal. Learn how the
release feels BEFORE you torque to avoid accidental over-
tightening or damage.
*When using long sockets or extensions, the wrench may be
supported at the head (only at the head) with only negligible
effects on accuracy.
5. The wrench resets automatically and is ready for the next