There was a time when practically all computer monitors used VGA, and
this was the cable that defined the age. DataPro's 1155-series is a male-to-male
VGA cable for connecting a computer to a monitor or projector, and it's
the best of the best.
All of our VGA cables are built using triple-shielded mini-coaxial wire,
so the Red, Green, and Blue signals are individually insulated and shielded.
The signal wires are 75 Ohm 28 AWG coax, which is the ideal spec for video
and allows us to build cables in excess of 200 feet long.
VGA's ability to run long distances gives it a distinct advantage over newer digital
technologies like DVI and DisplayPort, and therefore it remains a very popular option
for ceiling-mounted projectors, marine wiring, churches, and lecture halls. If you're
running VGA through conduit or walls, DataPro's exclusive
spliced VGA locking cables provide a low-profile solution with easy no-tool termination.
This cable features a male DH15 connector on each end, for attaching directly
to VGA devices. If your monitor has a cable permanently attached, you'll want
to use a VGA extension cable instead.