Connectors • Cable Connectors
Cable connectors are audio and visual connectors that carry audio and/or video signals in digital or analog between outputs and inputs. One basic type commonly found is the RCA connector, a color-coded connector that transmits analog video and stereo audio signals. Cylindrical mini-DIN connectors feature three to nine pins that are compatible with certain devices; these analog connectors offer high quality video signals when compared to composite cables. HDMI connectors combine uncompressed digital video and audio signals for optimal audio and visual quality with high-definition televisions, computers, and gaming consoles. Other cable connectors include VGA, F, and computer parts like USB, DVI, and Firewire. Leading manufacturers: Calbes & Connectors, Inc., L-com, Molex, Nemal Electronics and Pasternack.
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Delta Electronics Manufacturing Corp. manufactures cable connectors including more than 70 different series of RF coaxial connectors. The company's line of RF coaxial cable connector types includes: 1.0/2.3 connectors, 7/16 connectors, BNC connectors, GHV connectors, MCX connectors, MC-Card connectors, N connectors, QMA connectors, SC connectors, SMA connectors, SMB connectors, switch connectors, TNC connectors, triaxial and twinaxial connectors, and UHF connectors.
L-com Inc. manufactures coaxial cable connectors, fiber connectors, D-subminiature connectors, and modular connectors. Coaxial cable connector interfaces include: BNC, SMA, TNC, Type F, RCA, SMB, MCX, and MC-card.
SubConn Inc. manufactures underwater pluggable electrical cable connectors for shallow water to full ocean depth use. Connector types include: standard circular, micro, low profile, metal shell, power, and special. The standard circular connectors are available in 4 shell sizes with up to 16 contacts. The connectors are rated for 300 to 600 V at 5 to 15 amps.