shielded pair

shielded pair

[′shēld·əd ′per]
(electricity)
A pair of wires within a cable that is individually covered by a conducting shield.
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Tenders are invited for Twisted Double Shielded Pair Cable - P N Ve - 3990-2
Company's extrusion process allows each individually shielded pair to be placed in a flat profile, precisely controlling the spacing of each component, insulation thickness and overall cable shape.
For many applications, designers utilize lower speed CAN networks (typically 125kbps or lower) so they can implement their networks without twisted, shielded pair wiring.
Or it is going to be the fully screened cabling or the PIMF, individually shielded pairs which IEC calls class 2 or Cat 8.
The individually shielded pairs virtually eliminate crosstalk between pairs within the same cable and, in combination with the shield braid, provide superior noise immunity versus unshielded cable.
The cable will transmit power to the motor, and the shielded pairs will transmit communication to the mechanical brake or to determine shaft position on the servo.