SVGA Cable HDDB15M - M (3+4 Cable)
An SVGA cable, also called Super VGA cable, is a type of Computer VGA Cable that functions as the connection between a personal computer to a monitor. SVGA stands for Super Video Graphic Array. It is a computer display standard derived from IBM’s VGA specification. It is sometimes mistaken as the D-type connector (D-sub miniature) because they are both used on computers and have a D-shaped metal shield around the connector pins.
The difference between these two is that the SVGA cable has 15 pins in three rows while the D-sub connector (and other subtypes) typically has the pins arranged in only two rows. They cannot be used interchangeably. Jin Ruh’s JR 9755VG SVGA cables have a male-to-male setup that connects the PC or laptop to a display system such as a screen, LCD monitor, or projector. The copper conductor and gold-plated connector ensure a sturdy performance.
GOLD plated connectors (male to male interface) and copper conductors enhance this sturdy cable performance