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There are five main types of USB ports: Type A, Type B, Type C, Mini USB and Micro USB.

There are five main types of HDMI ports: Type A, B, C (MINI), D(MICRO) and E.

There are three main types of DVI ports: DVI-A, DVI-I, and DVI-D.

SATA There are five main types of cables: mSATA (also known as mini SATA), M.2 SATA (also known as mini SATA), SATA Express (also known as mini SATAe), eSATA and Micro SATA.

There are three main types of IEEE-1394 interfaces: 9-pin, 6-pin, and 4-pin. The 6-pin interface is for hexagonal shapes and the 4-pin interface is for small quadrilateral shapes.

RCA cable connector is a kind of electrical connector, RCA terminals are commonly known as Lotus head and Plum head, They use coaxial signal transmission method.

RS232 generally use a 9-pin and 25-pin serial interface, divided into male (Male) and female (Female) two, male for DTE devices, female for DCE devices, and different pins for different functions.

The VGA connector is a 15-pin connector divided into three rows of five holes each and is the most widely used type of connector on graphics cards, and most graphics cards have this type of connector.

DisplayPort interface can not only support full HD display resolution (1920×1080), but also support 4K resolution (3840×2160), and the latest 8K resolution (7680×4320).

LVDS cables transmit data over a pair of differential PCB wires or balanced cables, which can reach transmission rates of hundreds or even thousands of megabits per second (Mbps). 

Ribbon cables are widely used in computers, industrial automation, medical equipment, and the automotive industry due to their flat and flexible nature. However, standard ribbon cables may not meet your unique application needs.

Our customized M8, M12 and M16 cable assemblies are the connecting cords that link devices to each other and across networks in industrial environments. These plug-and-play cables allow for quick and easy setup of versatile systems.

An OBD cable serves as a vital link between an OBD scanner and a vehicle’s OBD port, facilitating communication and the retrieval of diagnostic information.

HSD cable assembly provides connectivity solutions for display units, cameras, consumer ports, and vehicle infotainment modules, compatible with various protocols such as LVDS, IEEE 1394, USB, GVIF, and Ethernet.

Our BNC (Bayonet Neill–Concelman) cables, designed for low-frequency applications, offer rapid connect and disconnect capabilities. Widely employed in transmitting signals for video.