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Low cost, low profile VGA connector

Cliff Electronics has announced the addition of the the popular 15 pin VGA “D-Sub” to FeedThrough range of connectors.

All Cliff FeedThrough connectors can be assembled into an industry standard XLR connector panel cut out, simplifying system design and improving product aesthetics.

Widely used for integration of equipment into video systems, pro-audio, broadcast, AV and data networking, the Cliff VGA FeedThrough connector is simple to assemble and may be supplied mounted on Cliff’s purpose built 19” rack panels, offering systems integrators fast and convenient system assembly.

The front-mounted VGA connector requires less space at the rear of the panel than competitors, leaving more space for system hardware. Connection both sides is via standard 15 pin VGA male leads.

Cliff’s XLR format FeedThrough connectors take advantage of the standard 24mm panel cut out widely used in audio and broadcast systems and which is finding increasing popularity instrumentation, medical and industrial applications due to the format’s flexibility, security and reliability.

Cliff’s Feedthrough connectors now provide Analogue, Digital and Optical Feed-Through connectivity in formats including Mini DisplayPort, Firewire, GJ45, HDMI A-A and 50 ohm BNC versions, USB2 A-to-B and B-to-A “gender change” sockets high speed USB Type – C, USB3 to USB3 in all gender changing configurations - A-A, A-B and B-A. Also available are all popular data and Ethernet connectors including USB 2.0 and 3.0, LC and SC fibre (Duplex & Simplex), UTP and FTP RJ45s in both Cat6 and Cat5e (shielded and unshielded), Toslink, RCA Phono and HDMI and blanking plates.

Neil Tyler

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