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10ft 28AWG DVI-A to SVGA (HD15) Cable - Black
Connects a VGA port on a computer to a monitor with a DVI-I connector
Three 30awg analog coaxial lines for high speed analog transmission
Each coax line is individually wrapped in foam-polyolefin insulation and overwrapped with a braided tinned copper shield
28AWG copper conductors are individually insulated in hard-density polypropylene to minimize crosstalk, ensuring high-speed, error-free transmission
Shielded undermold protects against unwanted EMI/RFI interference
Gold-plated contacts provide full conductivity with no data loss
Supports hot plugging of DVI display devices
PC and Mac compatible
Supports analog signal only
Compatible with Flat Panel Displays, Digital CRT Displays, Projectors
Meets DVI DDWG Standard(Digital Display Working Group Digital Visual Interface standard)
Specs & Features
Connector Type: DVI-A male to VGA male
Signal Type Analog
Connector Finish: Gold
Gauge: 28AWG & 30 AWG
Pin Configuration 17 to 15
Conductor Plating: None
Shielding level: Triple
Shielding type: EMI/RFI
Ferrite Cores: Yes
1080p support Yes
Maximum Resolution 1600 x 1200
DDWG Compliant: Yes
HDCP Compliant: Yes
ROHS Compliant Yes
UL Certified Yes
*Due to continual efforts to make improvements to our products, all information is subject to change without notice. Items you receive may be different than described.
Works great. High quality cable. I'm very happy with the purchase.
PROS: I am a database developer. Massive selection and lowest price. Value was very good. Shipping was quick with no problems. The price and selection was the best I could find anywhere. I have already purchased more cables with the same success. I have dual 27 inch View Sonic LED monitors at 1920 X1080 with no display problems. I switch frequently between my HP laptop on a docking station, to my Dell development machine. I have multiple cables to each monitor, VGA and Display. I plug both into one machine or split them frequently. I don't feed audio to the screens which do have speakers. I have no resolution problems or issues. I am a human KVM.
CONS: Yeah, the cables are fat, so what.
One minor problem I had ordering is that the web site graphics on the cables are not really large enough to determine the type of connector you are getting, at least for old eyes like mine (especially if you don't know cable lingo or are to impatient to read). You need to know the exact technical description of what you want when ordering, or do the unthinkable and call for help. I mistook an HDMI for a Display. I kept the HDMI because I know as soon as I return it I will need it and it was cheap enough not to care.