D-Subminiature connectors have been around since 1952. D-Subs are well known for their D shape and Ruggedness. Until the recent developments, when the computer industry had shifted to USB and HDMI connectivity, every computer came with several D-Sub connectors. Dsubs were used for VGA, Serial and Parallel ports. D-subs had been used for Video Game systems and controllers. Even now the D-subs are used in many Computer applications. D-subs are not going away anytime soon, as these connectors offer cost-effective and reliable connectivity solutions for Audio, Embedded, Telecommunications, Automation, Milling and many other applications and industries.There are Standard (usually 2 row) dsubs and High-density dsubs (usually 3 row) dsubs.
Phoenix Enterprises offers a wide variety of D-subs:
Pin-Terminals used with Crimp & Poke D-Sub Housings require: