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PC Cables

PC Cables

We have all kinds of computer cables (for both PC and Mac) available at SF Cable.

Our products include Bi-Directional Printer Cables (DB25, CN36), Cables for Apple/MAC, DB13W3 Sun Cables, DB25 Serial Cables, DB37 Serial Cables , DB9 Serial Cables , DB9/DB25 Modem Cables , DisplayPort Cables, DVI Adapters/Cables , Firewire (IEEE 1394), IDE Cables , IEEE -488C24MF Cables , Keyboard & Mouse Cables (PS/2/Din5), KVM Cables, Null Modem Cables (DB9, DB25), Power Supply Cables/Adapters, SATA/ eSATA Cables , SCSI Cables/Adapters, SVGA Monitor Cables, SVGA Monitor Extension Cables , SVGA /3.5mm Audio Cables , and VGA Breakout Cables.

All products are manufactured by ISO 9001-2000 registered manufacturers and available at very competitive rates. We also offer good after sales service and lifetime technical support on all our products.

We have all kinds of computer cables (for both PC and Mac) available at SF Cable. Our products include Bi-Directional Printer ...

SF Cable is here to acquaint you with different computer cables and their features so that you can understand differences between them. Here’s a small guide about computer cables and their features:

VGA- Video Graphics Array

VGA cables are standard cables used to connect computer to the monitor. They have 15 pins arranged in 3 rows with 5 pins in each row. Each row corresponds to 3 types of colours including red, green and blue.

DVI- Digital Visual Interface

Known as Digital Visual Interface, DVI is a successor to VGA technology. DVI can do the following:

  • Transmit analog signals
  • making it backward compatible with VGA
  • Transmit the latest digital signals
  • Work with both analog
  • digital technology

HDMI- High Definition Multimedia Interface Cables

HDMI cables can send audio and video signals at once and that is what makes them different from VGA and DVI. Since the signals are digital, HDMI cables are compatible only with new devices.

Ethernet Cables

Ethernet cables are used for connecting routers to computers and modems. There are 4 major types of Ethernet cables:

CAT 5: The most basic type of cables which provide with the speed of 10 or 100 Mbps

CAT 5e: CAT5e helps you to transmit data at 1,000 Mbps and is faster and better compared to CAT 5 cables.

CAT 6: It is a latest cable and offers better performance as compared to other two.

CAT 7: Cat-7 cable offers a performance of up to 600MHz. These cables are perfect for a smart home.

USB (Universal Serial Bus) Cables

You can connect all types of peripheral devices including mice, keyboards, headsets, flash drives, adapters etc to a computer through a USB port and accompanying USB cables. Different versions of USB cables available at SF Cable are USB 1.0/1.1, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.

SF Cable is here to acquaint you with different computer cables and their features so that you can understand differences between ...