|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:||PCB Dip Soldering|
Solder Contact D Sub Cable,
9 Pin Male VGA D Sub Cable,
9 Pin Male D Sub Connector
Connector Technical Data
|9 Pin, 15 Pin, 25 Pin|
There are a wide range of past and present uses for D-sub connectors. These include printer cables, computer game joysticks and external floppy disk drives. They are also used in some multi-channel audio recording systems.
The most common use of the D-sub connector is as a video connector. This is in a plug and socket known as DE15, meaning it is D-shaped, size E in ITT Cannon's system, and has 15 pins. These are arranged in three rows of five.
The original numbering system for the D-type or D-sub connector used D as the prefix (giving its name to the series) and this is followed by A, B, C, D, or E depending upon the shell size. This is followed by a number which indicated the number of pins. A final letter is a P or S indicating whether the connector is a plug or socket respectively.
Examples of connector numbering might be DB-25P for a 25 pin D-type plug or DE-9S for a 9 pin socket.
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