StarTech DVI to VGA Cable Adaptor

StarTech DVI to VGA Cable Adaptor

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Connect your DVI-I Display to a VGA video card.The DVIVGAFM DVI-A to VGA Display Adapter (F/M) is used to convert a DVI male connector to a VGA male connector.The DVI to VGA adapter is constructed of high quality materials, to ensure dependability, and is backed by StarTech.com's lifetime warranty. More Info

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SKU: DVIVGAFM

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Connect your DVI-I Display to a VGA video card.

The DVIVGAFM DVI-A to VGA Display Adapter (F/M) is used to convert a DVI male connector to a VGA male connector.

The DVI to VGA adapter is constructed of high quality materials, to ensure dependability, and is backed by StarTech.com's lifetime warranty.

Please Note: This product is intended for connections between DVI-I devices, passing an analog signal, to VGA devices. If your device uses a DVI-D connector, please refer StarTech.com's DVI to VGA Converter DVI2VGACON.

The StarTech.com Advantage

- A cost-effective way of connecting a DVI-I Display to a VGA video card
- Easy to use and install
- Backed by StarTech.com's lifetime warranty

Ports & interfaces
Connector contacts platingNickel
Connector 2DVI-I
Connector 1VGA
Connector 2 genderFemale
Connector 1 genderMale
Technical details
Plug and PlayYes
Product colourBeige
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Design
Product colourBeige
CertificationCE, REACH
Performance
Converter typePassive video converter
Plug and PlayYes
Product colourBeige
CertificationCE, REACH
Certificates
CertificationCE, REACH
Weight & dimensions
Width40 mm
Weight33 g
Height15 mm
Depth60 mm
Packaging data
Package width90 mm
Package height17 mm
Package depth125 mm
Package weight35 g
Packaging content
Quantity per pack1 pc(s)

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