The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface designed to provide high quality digital display on devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. The digital video can be set up to support several types of DVI including DVI-A (analog only), DVI-D (digital only) or DVI-I (digital and analog). The DVI specification is compatible with the VGA interface.
DVI is the most popular form of video interface connectivity technology and is used to maximise the quality of flat panel LCD monitors
and up to date graphics cards.
The majority of digital displays for example LCDs and plasmas and close to all computers video cards are compatible with the all-digital standard of DVI.
At Comms Express choose from our range of DVI cables to locate the right connectivity solution for your video connections. All cables come in various lengths from short length cables for more close up connections and longer cables for more spaced out video display setups. Our range includes:- DVI-D Dual Link Cables
- DVI-D Single Link Cables
- DVI-I Cables
- DVI-D Digital Video Splitter Cables
- DVI-A to SVGA Cables
The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface designed to provide high quality digital display on devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors.
There are different versions of DVI designed for Analogue, digital or a combination of both.
Our DVI-D cables are designed for use with digital only devices.
The 300DVISVGA2 is a DVI-A to SVGA or SVGA to DVI-A cable. While it appears to have the DVI-I 29 pin connector it only uses the analog pins for SVGA.
This is ideal for connecting SVGA equipment to a DVI-I or DVI-A source or vice versa.
This cable will not work with DVI-D equipment.
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