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HD15 VGA Male Terminal Block Panel Mount Connector
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HD15 VGA Male Terminal Block Panel Mount Connector

HD15 | Male | Solderless | Gold-Plated Contacts | Tinned Copper Shell | Create Custom Pinout

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These HD15 VGA Male Terminal Block Panel Mount Connectors are used to terminate any cable in the field with a custom pinout in a fast and easy way. This solderless connector fits into installs where depth is a problem, and it provides a reliable connection for all applications with no special tools. These connectors are made with high-quality materials to ensure durability and a long life.


  • HD15 VGA Male
  • 15 Pins
  • Easy Termination with No Soldering or Crimping
  • Quick and Simple Wiring
  • Gold-Plated Contacts
  • Tinned Copper Shell
  • Nickel Thermoplastic Insulator
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What are D-Sub connectors?

D-Sub connectors are named after their D-shaped form. They come in a variety of pin numbers to fit your computer application needs.

Are D-Sub and Serial Connectors the same?

Yes they are the same thing.

What are the advantages of using a terminal block?

Terminal blocks are great when you need a fast and easy termination that can be done in the field. In addition to easy termination, terminal blocks are used to create your own custom pinout. They require no special tools other than a screw driver.

Terminal Block: VGA Field Termination Pinout Instructions

The back of the terminal block consists of two horizontal rows: the top is for conductors; the bottom for the ground. The five columns are labeled V H B G R.

The labels correctly correspond to the colors of the mini-coax cable: red to R, green to G, and blue to B. Screw the center conductor of the corresponding color into the top row and the shielding into the bottom row.

The cable will need to be stripped approximately one inch in order for the shield to reach the ground on the bottom row.

The H and V refer to "Horizontal Sync" and "Vertical Sync." The Horizontal Sync corresponds to Pin 13, and the Vertical Sync to Pin 14. Usually, the H is a small white wire, and the V is a small black one, but for long or hidden runs, you may need to find Pins 13 & 14 with a tester. Screw the conductors into the corresponding sockets on the top row.

Depending on the type of cable, the H & V syncs may each have a ground, similar to the R, B, & G cables; in which case, ground them the same as the colored wires. Or there could be a separate shared ground wire. In that case, screw it into the ground socket of either the H or V columns. It does not matter which socket because the H & V Syncs share a common ground. You can even test the Maxblox and note that the pins are tied together.

Terminal Block Rear Diagram

V (Vert Sync)
Pin #14
H (Horiz Sync)
Pin #13
B (Blue Coax)
Pin #3
G (Green Coax)
Pin #2
R (red CoaX)
Pin #1
Sync Ground
Pin #10
Sync Ground
Pin #10
Blue Ground
Pin #8
Green Ground
Pin #7
Red Ground
Pin #6

VGA Pinout
Pin Name
RED Red Video
2 GREEN Green Video

Blue Video

5 GND Ground
6 RGND Red Ground
Green Ground
BGND Blue Ground
KEY Key (No pin)/ Optional +5V output from graphics card
SGND Sync Ground
ID0 Monitor ID Bit 0 (optional)
SDA I2C bidirectional data line
Horizontal Sync (or Composite Sync)
VSYNC Vertical Sync which works also as data clock
SCL I2C data clock in DDC2, Monitor ID3 in DDC1

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