I'm trying to finalize a wing wiring plan before I rivet the bottom wing skins on my 14A project. I'm using the AeroLed Nav/Strobes at the wingtips, and a pair of Whelen lights as landing lights. Additionally, I plan on using the garmin GMU-11 magnetometer installed per the plans at the inboard section of the left wing, and the garmin GAP-26 unregulated pitot tube. I was planning on using the kit supplied wire harness but, after reading the above posts, I think I may do something different. I want to minimize the interference of the wiring from the wingtip lighting that will pass approx. 12" aft of the magnetometer location. After reviewing the posts above, my plan is to run a shielded 3 conductor wire from the Aero Led Nav/Strobes to a plug located at the inboard wing section. This plug location is pre-designed for the RV14 and will later connect to another wiring harness from the fuselage.
I'm still learning wiring basics, so bear with me. The attached pic is from the installation guide for the AeroLed Nav/Strobes.
It appears to show three twisted wires and the shield being used as the ground. Is this correct? My question is what is the preferred method of transitioning the shield to a wire that can be installed in a plug. My guess would be to unravel enough of the shield so that some type of connector can be attached, and transition to an insulated wire made up. Something like this?
Above pic just an example. I plan on using this wire:
The plan for my landing lights is twist two wires (unshielded pwr/gnd) and run them along side the shielded wire for the nav/strobes discussed above.
Am I on the right track..or at least "a" track?