Video Cables: M1 Cables

eiodotcom —  August 17, 2012 — 4 Comments

Today’s Eio post is on M1 Cables.

M1 cables are also known as the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) enhanced video connector cable. VESA has made several international standards among SVGA video resolution and connectors, mostly relating to the function of video peripherals in personal computers.

VESA enhanced video connectors intend to make the video monitor the central point of connection among many other applications and connectors. This intention seeks to reduce the number of cables in and around a computer by incorporating video, audio, FireWire, and USB into a single cable system.

When specifically applied to digital monitors, the VESA connector is also called VESA plug and display (P&D). These VESA P&Ds are used for flat panel displays, video projectors, and HDTVs.

Cables To Go 38077 6ft M1 to RCA Component Video Cable

M1 cables (also known as EVC or P&D cables) connect projectors and other devices via the M1 connector. M1 can carry both digital and analog signals as well as USB. Many projectors on the market utilize this technology to provide the flexibility of connecting to either VGA or DVI inputs. The M1 to RCA Component cable is the right connection for your projector or other M1 device to your DVD player or other component video devices!

Connector 1: M1 Male
Connector 2: Three RCA Male

BELKIN F3X1427-10 10 ft. M1 to VGA with USB Projector Cable

  • M1 to VGA with USB Projector Cable
  • 10 ft.
  • Conductor: Copper

Cables To Go 38085 6ft M1 to DVI-D™ Cable

M1 cables (also known as EVC or P&D cables) connect projectors and other devices via the M1 connector. M1 can carry both digital and analog signals as well as USB. Many projectors on the market utilize this technology to provide the flexibility of connecting to either VGA or DVI inputs. See our M1 to DVI-D with USB cable if you want to use a wireless presenter — with just one cable!

Connector 1: M1 Male
Connector 2: DVI-D Male

Cables To Go 38050 10ft M1 to HD15 VGA Cable

M1 cables (also known as EVC or P&D cables) connect projectors and other devices via the M1 connector. M1 can carry both digital and analog signals as well as USB. Many projectors on the market utilize this technology to provide the flexibility of connecting to either VGA or DVI inputs. See our M1 to VGA with USB cable if you want to use a wireless presenter — with just one cable!

Connector 1: M1 Male
Connector 2: HD15 Male

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