The DataPro VGA Dual Panel-Mount cable will connect two mounting
receptacles, such as face plates or
bulkhead panels, through conduit or tight quarters. The completed assembly
features two female VGA connectors with DataPro's unique panel-mounting
hood, ideal for low-profile installation.
The mounting VGA connectors are standard 15-pin High-Density D-Sub connectors,
but without the bulky backshells of normal assemblies. They include mounting
screws and nuts, and will fasten securely to any cutout or panel of the appropriate
design, including any of our custom wall plates.
This cable assembly includes a breakaway splice using
mating DIN connectors, so that the long
portion of the cable can be pulled through a conduit as small as an
inch in diameter, then reconnected with no soldering or termination
by the installer. With a press and a twist, the complete VGA assembly
is terminated and ready for video. Easy peasy!
This is the same cable as our
spliced VGA panel-mount extension,
except that the both ends have been
converted to a panel-mountable connector
and include the long jack-screws needed
for mounting to a face plate or bulkhead
The cable is made of 75 Ohm video-grade
coaxial wire, triple-shielded with separate
drain wires for the Red, Green, and Blue data lines. This low-loss cable
allows lengths of up to 200 feet in most
cases, with good strength and fidelity.
For information about selecting, installing, and
using wall plates in your applications, see our
Guide to Face Plates and Panel-Mount
Click here for PDF version
Please note that the splice connector does not conduct the ID and DDC channels (pins 5 and 9) of the VGA signal. Most computer monitors have no issue with this, but some television and projector models cannot detect a signal without these channels.