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What is a DB15 connector used for?

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The DB15 connector is an analog socket with 15 pins that belongs to the D-Subminiatures (D-Sub) family of connectors. The prefix "D" indicates the D-shape of the connector housing. The DB15 connector is primarily used for serial and parallel ports and allows asynchronous data transmission according to the RS-232 standard (RS-232C)

 

 

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DB15 connectors are most commonly known as VGA d-subs and provide data flow to displays, but it can also be used in many other applications; especially in the industrial and medical fields. The D-shaped housing provides automatic polarization as it only fits one way. EDAC offers a slim VGA with vertical pins but side cable entry, saving up to 70% of board space!

 

 

Premier Cable focuses on customized research and development of cable connectors and harnesses, enabling on-demand matching and customization, scientific analysis and judgment of harness application needs in various fields. Welcome to call or leave a message for more information.

 

 

 

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