An electrical cable that has a common conductive covering wrapped around its conductors for electromagnetic shielding is known as a shielded cable or screened cable. The cable's outermost layer often covers this shield. Foil type (hereafter: metallized film), contra spiraling wire strands (braided or unbraided), or both are the most widely used types of cable shielding. To short out each turn of the dielectric spiral foils, a longitudinal wire might be required.
- Its color is Black
- Its used in security system applications
- Its used to protect from power frequency and radio frequency interference
- It has 6 wires Internally The color is (Red, White, Green, Blue, Yellow, Black).
- Its has tinned Copper Shield.
|Type||6 Core Shielded Cable|
|No of Conductor wire in it||6|