Video may be transferred via cable connection. For transmission, there is a physical connector and signal protocol ("video connection standard"). A given physical link can carry certain "display standards" that specify a particular refresh rate, display resolution, and color space.

Forward to / ATI / CheckPoint / Fujitsu / Matrox / NeoGeo pinouts or follow to 8 OLD hardware pinouts.
  • 35 pin Apple ADC "MicroCross" male
    Apple ADC to DVI cable attach Apple ADC monitor to PC DVI
  • 29 pin DVI female
    DVI-I to VGA passive adapter wiring scheme Most computer graphics cards nowadays does not have a Video Graphics Array connector. Some of them outputs the RGBHV (used in VGA) through their Digital Video Interface. If a graphics card has a DVI-I connector, but no VGA connector, it is likely to output VGA through DVI-I. Here we will show you how you can wire a DVI-I to VGA passive adapter. PLEASE NOTE: This scheme only works for DVI-I connectors. DVI-I carries both digital and analog RGB. DVI-D does not carry any analog RGB signal at all, so it is not possible to convert it to VGA without using an active adapter.
  • 19 pin HDMI type A plug
    HDMI to DVI cable scheme simple pin-to-pin cable
  • 4 pin mini-DIN male
    S-Video to Composite video adapter cable from s-video connector to RCA plug
  • 4 pin mini-DIN male
    S-Video to SCART cable 
  • 21 pin SCART male
    Scart to RCA and S-Video adapter 
  • 21 pin SCART male
    SCART to S-Video cable 
  • 21 pin SCART male
    SCART to VGA converter cable scheme 
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB male
    Vga (D-SUB) to 5xBNC VGA=Video Graphics adapter or Video Graphics Array
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB male
    VGA to SCART converter cable scheme 
  • 21 pin SCART male
    Video to TV SCART cable 

ATI Pinouts

CheckPoint Pinouts

  • 10 pin IDC keyed male
    CheckPoint Firewall UTM-1 570 (U-20) internal VGA connector The CheckPoint UTM-1 Has a standard vga output (it is a pc with big ass network interfaces :)) Video signal was easy, measured 75ohms to ground with the multimeter and V H sync signals figured it out with the oscilloscope 31Khz and 60Hz, the only difficult was SDA and SCL signals, since i have to no way to know it at the motherboard side, i take a gamble and connected it trough a 330ohms resistor to the vga 15 pin connector (in case i got it wrong), here it is. it is easy to see if SDA/SCL is reversed because monitor will not be identified by the video card, if that happens, reverse it and that's it, remember to use 330ohms in series between the IDC connector output and the vga, in both lines, it is not really necessary but a good measure to protect the monitor.

Fujitsu Pinouts

Matrox Pinouts

NeoGeo Pinouts

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