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Maplin VGA Cable 1.5m

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Male VGA to male VGA Connectors
• 1.5 m cable length
• Nickel-plated connectors
• Compatible with analogue video signals
• 5 year warranty

Why use a VGA cable
VGA cables use DE-15 (D-sub) connectors, which are commonly found on computer hardware to allow you to attach a display to your system. Three rows of 5 pins make up the connector itself with twin thumb screws used to keep the connecter secure when in use. VGA cables carry analogue video signals only and do not carry sound.

Why choose Maplin cables?
The Maplin range of cables features premium construction and specifications, with market-leading cable technology. The Maplin cable range features hard-wearing cable construction with colour-coded, compact connectors available for almost any use. All Maplin cables are quality assured, with a five year warranty across the range.

Specification

Specifications
Connection Type 1 VGA
Connection Gender Male
Connection Type 2 VGA
Connection Gender Male
Cable Length 1.5 m
Colour Black
Cable or Adapter Cable
Connector Plating Nickel
ROHS compliant Yes

Do these VGA Cables come with audio or do you have to buy a separate cable for this? If so, please recommend your standard audio cables? thanks

Asked by: KMNN
VGA cables carry video signal, you would need separate cables for audio but these would depend on the connections available on your item.
Answered by: PaulaC
Date published: 2016-08-05

Just got this only got 14 pins on it will it still work

Asked by: Barney
I am pleased to advise the product you mentioned will do exactly what you require.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-08-05

Is this a normal computer to monitor connection - ie 9 male pins at each end? Close inspection of your picture would indicate that there are 5 pins in the narrower row but this could be an optical illusion due to the angle.
Asked by: Ken Bates
The standard SVGA connector employed on all modern monitors and video cards contains 3 rows of 5 pins (15 in total) any 9 pin connectors on computers are likely to be COM / RS232 ports.
Answered by: LR
Date published: 2016-08-05
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