D-sub, d-connector


Connectors: used to describe a type of multipin connector often used in audio and computer applications. Originally designed by ITT-Cannon, and given the "D" designation, they are available in different pin-outs and pin-types. The DB-25 connector is often used as a serial and/or parallel port connection; DA-9 connectors are often used as VGA monitor siganls, etc., etc., etc. "D-Sub" is the common tag given to the connector by other manufacturers.