|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China|
|Certification:||UL Certified, CUL Certified, IP67, IP69K|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100|
|Packaging Details:||Our standard packing: Individual part with transparent PE bag with label, OEM packing available.|
|Delivery Time:||2~3 weeks|
|Supply Ability:||60000 pcs/month|
|Reference Standard:||IEC 60807 3||Contacts No.:||D Sub 9 Pin, 15 Pin|
|Connector Body:||Zinc Alloy||Gender:||Male, Female|
PVC 9 Pin D Sub Cable,
VGA 9 Pin D Sub Cable,
Shielded VGA To VGA Cable
Connector Technical Data
|9 Pin, 15 Pin|
|Contact Carrier||PBT GF|
For some applications, D-sub connectors are still the best option:
●D-Sub vs VGA: Is it even a debate?
Arguably, they’re the same thing. To be more specific, VGA is a video connection standard or A/V interface (more video than audio, to be honest) for PC monitors that make use of the 15-pin D-subminiature, D-Sub, D-SUB, or D-sub connector. To compare them is an act of disambiguating what they are, with D-sub a common electronic connector typically used for VGA, thus if you’re talking about D-sub for computer monitors, you’re most likely referring to a VGA connector or connection.
●Why are D-Sub and VGA so Persistent?
VGA is fast becoming as obsolete as your RCA connectors for your TV and VCR but they keep persisting due to their D-sub connection and video quality. The D-subminiature connector is a universal one used for various connections on vintage PCs but was able to persist in modern times thanks to the longevity of the VGA standard. Many monitors support VGA connections due to PC gaming and how gamer prefer VGA’s zero-lag proficiency to HDMI’s post-processing lag.
Contact Person: Marco Yang