Connector - Mounting Types BR, BRJ, K or R
miniature connectors- A family of plugs and sockets widely
used in communications and computer devices. For example,
the common analog VGA interface for monitors uses a D-sub
15-pin plug and socket.
Also called "DB connectors," D-sub connectors
come with 9, 15, 25, 37 and 50 pins. The D-sub defines the
physical structure of the connector, not the purpose of
Always DB Either
Although the common designations for D-sub connectors are
"DB connectors," the international DIN 41625 standard
defines them using the letter D followed by A through E,
with DB-25 being the only actual "DB" connector.
The DIN designations are in parentheses in the illustration
The female DB-25 connector was widely used in the past for
the printer port on a PC (see printer cable). The male DB-25
was also the second serial port (COM2) on the PC when serial
ports were popular. It is still widely used for various
RS-232 communications devices.
The male DB-9 connector (officially the DE-9) was typically
used for the first serial port on earlier PCs (COM1) as
well as other communications devices. See serial port.
(DA-15 and DE-15)
Two DB-15 connectors are widely used. The larger, two-row
female DA-15 is the game port on a PC, and the smaller,
three-row, female high-density DE-15 is the VGA port. See
plugs and sockets.
and Jack Screw Option
- Thru Hole
BR - (4-40) Tin Plated 11.00mm long Boardlocks
- (4-40) Boardlocks and (4-40) Hex Jack Screws
K - (4-40) Bushings
R - Round Riveted Jack Screws