VGA Cables

VGA stands for Video Graphics Array. A VGA cable is a device used to transfer video signals. It does this by acting as a link between the computer and the monitor or between the computer and the television screen. The video graphic cable comes in two types, male and female connector. It is made of high-quality materials and carries an unconditional warranty. Chiefly, it is an electronic connector with three rows of 15 pins on it.

Numerous types of Video Graphics Array cables are available in the market, be it the small or mini VGA port or the full size cables. Other names that are used to refer to such cables are the RGB connector, HD15, Mini 015, Mini D15, Mini sub D15, HDB-15, and DB15. Examples of the male connectors available are HD15, DB13W3, 4BNC, 5BNC, and HD15/6-pin Mini-Din PSZUSB cables. These are commonly referred to as ‘connector one’. On the other hand, the ‘second connectors’ include HD15 male, HD15 female, 4BNC male, HD 15 female /6PIN Mini-Din PS2 male, HD 15 female/ USE B male, and the 5BNC female cables. Some other types include the VGA adapter, VGAs splitter, the KVM, SVGA, VGA to BNC breakout cables, BNC to BNC breakout cables, VGA to RCA breakout cables, and sun DB13W3 cables. Some of these cables come with special connections. For instance, there are those that are assembled, others have ferrite beads, while others have no ferrite beads.