|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.:||9 Pin, 15 Pin, 25 Pin|
|Wire Gauge:||AWG 20, AWG 24||Termination:||Soldering|
IP67 Panel Mount D Sub Connector,
Solder Panel Mount D Sub Connector,
Female Panel Mount Dsub
Connector Technical Data
|9 Pin, 15 Pin, 25 Pin|
D-sub is short for D-subminiature. This form is no longer used, as these connectors are no longer considered miniature in computing terms; indeed they are among the largest plugs used in computing. The D does not stand for digital. Instead, it comes from the connector's creators, ITT Cannon, who used the D to indicate that the pins are housed in a D-shaped shell. This D is then followed by another letter denote the size of the plug and socket in terms of the capacity of pins that can be housed, then a number showing the number of pins used.
What is The D-Sub?
The D-subminiature or D-sub is a D-shaped electrical connector invented way back in 1952. It has survived many technological advances due to the persistence of utility of the VGA standard and its own robust build. It’s characterized by a D-shaped metal shield that provides an electromagnetic interference screen, ensures correct orientation, and gives solid mechanical support. Every other D-sub interface has been rendered obsolete by advances such as SAS and USB.
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