The shielded hook up wire has an outer conductor layer made of copper to protect the wire from external electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). The shield layer of the wire is typically connected to the ground to provide a path for any interference to be dissipated. The shielded hook up wire is available in a range of gauges to accommodate different current and voltage requirements.
Shielded hook up wire is commonly used in electronic and electrical applications where there is a risk of EMI or RFI interfering with the performance of the circuit. This includes applications such as audio or video equipment, computers, and medical devices.
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