|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 61076 2 101, IEC60807 3||Contacts No.:||M12: 8pin D Sub: 9pin|
|Locking System:||2 X UNC 4 40 Screw||Termination:||Soldering|
|Connector Body:||Zinc Alloy||Gender:||Male, Female|
5A 30V M12 D Sub Cable,
PCB Contacts M12 D Sub Cable
Connector Technical Data
|M12: 8pin D Sub: 9pin|
|Contact Body||Zinc alloy|
Varied PCB mounting options
Wide variety of choices for secure connection
Suitable for panel mount and cable mount applications
Easy to make cable harness of desired choice at application end
Able to meet desired power rating
Results in secure and reliable connection
Suitable for high-end applications
●How is the DVI standard related to the VGA standard?
The Digital Video Interface (DVI) is supposed to be the 1999 successor to the 1987 universal PC monitor standard known as VGA. However, things happened and better A/V standards came up like High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and DP (DisplayPort) that are capable of uniting video and audio in a single cable connection. Also, incidentally, the DVI-I (singe and dual-link) port can support DVI-to-VGA adapters quite easily since DVI is supposed to be VGA’s successor and progeny.
●Is D-sub and VGA the same?
When used as a monitor interface, a D-Sub port is also known as a VGA port, an analog connection standard that's been around for some time. The connector is a DE-15 connector with 15 pins in three rows, often referred to as a mini D Sub 15 pin or D Sub 15 pin connector.
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