What is cable screen?
A protected cable or screened cable is an electrical cable connected by a prevalent conductive layer of one or more isolated wires.
The cover may consist of braided copper threads (or other metals such as aluminium), an unbraided copper cable loop wrapping, or a conductive fabric coating. This cover is usually protected by a coat.
Where to Ground the Cable Screen?
In the earlier loop, the issue with grounding the display at both ends is that it becomes a grid driver and any voltage passed across the barrier of the display will be placed with the signal in sequence.
Whenever a device is held at both ends, due to the big intrusion flows caused in the screen-ground loop, which creates an error voltage along with the screen, only a restricted quantity of magnetic protection is feasible.
To minimize the release of low-frequency electric fields, one end of the cable should be separated from the floor, the loop region of the circuit should be tiny and the display should not be component of the circuit.
By using the protected twisted-pair cable with the monitor anchored at only one end, you can best accomplish this. Then the display requires care of capacitive bonding while minimizing electric bonding by rotating.
These schemes minimize the capacitive sound connection between the monitor and the internal conductor(s), as they guarantee the difference in minimum voltage between the two.
That as the frequency rises, stretch capacity at the nominally ungrounded end decreases the effectiveness of either system by enabling the flow of unwanted land and display fluids.