The 1138 SVGA Video cable is used
to connect a VGA video output to an
analog monitor or projector which has
5 BNC connectors instead of the 15-pin DSub.
One end of this cable assembly has a high-density 3-row
male 15-pin DSUB connector, the standard
for VGA; the other end has 5 BNC male
Most monitors today are digital flatscreens,
and have VGA (if any) analog inputs; however
some projectors still utilize the 5-pin BNC
inputs for a more flexible and durable connection.
The cable is made of 75 ohm
mini-coax video wire. This low
signal loss cable allows lengths of
up to 250 feet in most cases, with
good signal strength.
The 5 conductors provide RGB
(Red/Green/Blue) signals and
Horizontal and Vertical sync signals, which
are directly matched in the VGA connector. Other
non-essential signals in VGA, including monitor and resolution
handshake signals, are not included.
Custom-built lengths also available.
We also carry the more common VGA 15-pin male
to male cable, as well as a VGA extension