D-Sub Connectors

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Questions with D-Sub Connectors

  • Ask: What is a D sub connector used for?

    Answer: 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. (Some connectors omit unused pins.)

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  • Ask: Is VGA and D sub the same?

    Answer: No, not exactly, a D-Sub connector considered a E shell type. The VGA standard is a DE-15-HD Connector but is commonly miss called a D-Sub 15 pin . This is also the same size E shell used in the 9 pin D-Sub common on older CGA/EGA and still used on the on some COM Ports.

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  • Ask: What does D Sub mean?

    Answer: Background. D-Sub refers to a "digital sub-miniature" cable connection. The VGA D-Sub cable uses a D-shaped connector containing 15 pins.

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