A concise overview of shielding options for various types of interference is discussed in this guide. Recommendations on shielding practices for low voltage cables are given. Suggestions on terminating and grounding methods are provided.
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Guide on Shielding Practice for Low Voltage Cables
This guide addresses the shielding practice, systems, and test methods of low voltage cables. The guide includes:nn- a review of shielding techniques to control electrostatic and electromagnetic interference for varying types of low voltage cable used for power, control and instrumentation services, including signal and communications cable;n- an overview of the functional characteristics of various types of shielding;n- recommendations on shielding practices, including suggestions on terminating and grounding methods;n- suggested tests or techniques for measuring shielding effectiveness.nnAn overview of typical tests of cable shielding is provided for information.
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