BINARY - 15-PIN HD FEMALE TO 5-BNC FEMALE ADAPTER CABLE (1 FT)
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BINARY - 15-PIN HD FEMALE TO 5-BNC FEMALE ADAPTER CABLE (1 FT)

SKU: B-VGAF-5BNCF-1FT
Status: Clearance 3 In Stock
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Binary™ 15-pin HD Female to 5-BNC Female Adapter Cable (1 ft.):

When running VGA over long distances, frequently the best option is to pull a bundled RGBHV bulk cable and use breakout cables at each end. This Binary™ 15-pin HD Female to 5-BNC Female Adapter Cable has the five BNC connectors you need, plus a male VGA connector that works great with end-point equipment like projectors and switchers. These handy cables feature smaller connector heads and more flexible jackets, plus they have the ability to support resolutions up to 1920x1200, including Full HD – all of which allows them to go places other cables can't.

Low-Profile Connector: Super-thin displays make bulky cables tough to use. Thankfully, this VGA cable leaves those "head-aches" behind by featuring a connector head that's up to 50% shorter than competitive designs. It works great in tight spaces, like inside that small table cubby or behind a wall-mounted flat panel.

Bendier is Better: Traditional VGA cables can be stiff, making it tough to route them where you need them. We used a proprietary, ultra-flexible jacket compound to make these cables just as flexible as the applications you use them in. A tighter bend radius, combined with the low-profile connector head, can save up an inch or more of depth behind equipment and make your life so much easier when dressing a rack.

The Support You Need: With bandwidth and shielding to support resolutions all the way up to 1920x1200, including Full HD (1920x1080), these cables provide crisp, clean video in a variety of applications: projector screens, TVs, digital signage and more.

In-Wall Rated: Rest easy when the inspector arrives. This cable is CL3 / FT4 in-wall rated, making it perfect for running over long distances or simply avoiding the hassle of using separate RGBHV cables that you then need to terminate. It’s great for running a VGA wall plate connection to a ceiling projector, or a VGA output from a switcher in a rack to a display on the wall.