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neler13 | CompTIA A+ | Module 1.11 - Identify Connectors & Cables

By: neler13 | Related Course: CompTIA A+ | Published: January 8, 2018 | Modified: January 9, 2018
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NotepadDisplay Connectors

Display Connectors:  DVI-D, DVI-I, DVI-A

DVI- D – Digital only DVI- Digital Visual Interface Digital only 3 rows of pins 24 holes 

DVI-A Analog only 

DVI-I Digital /Analog


NotepadDisplay Connectors


Type A – 19 pin-1080p

Type B 29 Pin 3840 x 2400

BNC Connector Secure connection holds on tightly

Coaxial Cable 

Security Cameras  or  Security screens


HDMI Connector Video and Audio

Type A 19 pin 1080p 

Type B 29 pin 3840X2400

Type C 19 Pin- Mini HDMI

Type D 19 pin  Micro HDMI


RJ45   8 pin Transmit images over Ethernet cable.  Ethernet to RJ45 can go longer without using a booster.

Display Connectors: BNC, HDMI & RJ45

BNC (Bayonet Neill-Concelman) connections are commonly used in more industrial environments. RJ45 connectors are used when you need to extend a video from several different devices.

BNC is used for security purposes such as security screens or camera’s and prevents sliding on the Coax cable.



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