Female DVI-D Dual Link Field Termination Connector

Part no. 1142

Easy and convenient way to perform field termination.

Quantity Discount Pricing
1-4 5-9 10-49 50-99 100+
$25.75 $24.50 $23.00 $21.75 $20.50
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 49 50 - 99 100+
$25.75 $24.50 $23.00 $21.75 $20.50

This Female DVI-D Dual Link Field Termination Connector provides an easy way to perform a field termination for any DVI-D dual or single link cable. The terminal block design uses screws in order to provide a reliable electrical connecton. This product can be used to perform repairs while in the field, it doesnt require any special tools, and it is as simple as tightening a screw.


  • Used for DVI-D Dual Link/Single Link field installations
  • No special tools required for installation
  • Clearly marked terminal block
  • Fast and easy termination
  • Female connector
  • Digital signal
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Q: What does DVI mean?

A: DVI was originally created to simply connect a computer to an LCD flat panel monitor. Since then, the uses and application of the technology has expanded to numerous applications in the transmission of digital video data from a source to a display. It is now the standard interface for the excellent connection between PCs and their displays whether it be CRT, LCD, projectors, etc. The gold plated contacts enhances the conductivity so that no data is lost during transmissions and the quality meets all of the DVI standards. This adaptor is guaranteed to deliver only the most clear and sharp images possible. It is ideal for anyone who needs a quality adaptor that is sure to surpass all expectations.

Q: What is the difference between DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I?

A: DVI-A means analog. These cables are used for analog signals. DVI-D means digital. These cables are used for digital signals. DVI-I means intergraded. These cables can be used for both analog and digital DVI signals.

Q: What does single link or dual link mean?

A: Dual link DVI's have more pins than a single link DVI, which allows for a higher resolution and has a faster refresh rate. Single link DVI's support a 1920 X 1080 resolution and the dual link DVI's support a 3840 X 2400 resolution. A single link DVI cable can be used in a dual link DVI adapter.

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