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I don't understand your question exactly...is the connector you're referring to attached to the cable or the monitor? Or did it come un-soldered from the monitor PC board?
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will have to buy a 13 Pin Din Male Connector cord. Use the break-down below to help with reconfiguring.
Pin 1 RED Red video Pin 2 GREEN Green video Pin 3 BLUE Blue video Pin 4 N/C Not connected Pin 5 GND Ground (HSync) Pin 6 RED_RTN Red return Pin 7 GREEN_RTN Green return Pin 8 BLUE_RTN Blue return Pin 9 +5 V +5 V DC Pin 10 GND Ground (VSync, DDC) Pin 11 N/C Not connected Pin 12 SDA I²C data Pin 13 HSync Horizontal sync Pin 14 VSync Vertical sync Pin 15 SCL I²C clock
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
SOURCE: VGA Pin Configuration
Pls find below the Pin configuration.
Pin 1 - Red Signal
Pin 2 - Green Signal
Pin 3 - Blue Signal
Pin 6 - Red Ground
Pin 7 - Green Ground
Pin 8 - Blue Ground
Pin 10- Horizontal Ground
Pin 11- Vertical Ground
Pin 13- Horizontal Signal
Pin 14- Vertical Signal
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
the Envision H170L Monitor uses an interface 1.0x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15). The same VGA cable wildly use in different computer brands..I was wondering why you have not found a replace for that cable. It can be purchase from any computer store.
If you are planning on cutting the wires and solder it together that would be easy if you have the diagrams of the pin numbering for male VGA connector and the female VGA connector. Check first this diagrams and follow strictly the coding of the wire so that it would be successful when connecting it together.
It is also better if after you solder the wire, you will use an shrinkable tube on the connection. Cover the whole sections of interconnected wires with shrinkable tube before you use the vga cable.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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