Pearstone Standard VGA Male to VGA Male Cable (100')

BH #PEVGAA1100 • MFR #VGA-A1100
Pearstone
Pearstone Standard VGA Male to VGA Male Cable (100')
Key Features
  • 28 AWG Copper Conductors
  • Supports High-Resolution Video Transfer
  • Double Shielding with Ferrite Beads
  • Molded Strain Relief
The 100' Pearstone Standard VGA Male to VGA Male Cable is designed to connect a monitor, video splitter, or KVM switch to a PC. The cable offers quality, performance and value while providing advanced cable technology. Additionally, the sleek design of the molded connectors makes them durable and easy to grip. The cable features 28-gauge copper conductors and double shielding with ferrite beads to prevent EMI. The cable supports high-resolution video transfer and is an ideal interconnect for home, office, or installations.
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Pearstone VGA-A1100 Overview

The 100' Pearstone Standard VGA Male to VGA Male Cable is designed to connect a monitor, video splitter, or KVM switch to a PC. The cable offers quality, performance and value while providing advanced cable technology. Additionally, the sleek design of the molded connectors makes them durable and easy to grip. The cable features 28-gauge copper conductors and double shielding with ferrite beads to prevent EMI. The cable supports high-resolution video transfer and is an ideal interconnect for home, office, or installations.

Note:
Does not support EDID.
VGA male to VGA male cable
Supports high-resolution video transfer
Double shielding with ferrite beads to prevent EMI
Molded strain relief for durability and an easy grip
UPC: 847628565814

Pearstone VGA-A1100 Specs

General
Connector 11 x DE-15/DB-15 Male
Connector 21 x DE-15/DB-15 Male
Cable Length100' / 30.5 m
Electrical
Wire Gauge28 AWG
Environmental
Warranty LengthLimited 1-Year Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.8 x 11.55 x 2.9"
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does the signal drop over this length?
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Yes, over 100 feet you would start to loose the signal or even all together.
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Date published: 2019-05-22
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