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Interactive Whiteboard Video Connectivity

To discover which connectivity solution is right for your interactive whiteboard, please locate it by the connection you need below. If you need help, please contact us.

ANALOG CONNECTORS

Connection Type Length Raceway Conduit Plenum
S-Video and Stereo Audio 35ft 40132 42091, 40742, 42138 40562
S-Video and Stereo Audio 50ft 40133 42091, 40742 40563, 40557
S-Video and Stereo Audio 75ft 40134 42091, 40742 40564, 40558
Composite Video and Stereo Audio 35ft --- 42138 40525
Composite Video and Stereo Audio 50ft 40118 --- 40526
Composite Video and Stereo Audio 75ft 40119 --- ---
VGA 35ft --- 42138 ---
VGA 50ft --- --- 40094

DIGITAL CONNECTORS

Connection Type Length Raceway Conduit Plenum
VGA and 3.5mm Audio 35ft --- 42138 40177
VGA and 3.5mm Audio 50ft --- --- 40178
VGA and 3.5mm Audio 75ft --- --- 40179
DVI 35ft --- 42413, 42404 41202
DVI 50ft --- 42413, 42405 41203
DVI and 3.5mm Audio 35ft 41244 42431, 42439, 42404 ---
DVI and 3.5mm Audio 50ft 41245 42431, 42439, 42405 ---
DVI and 3.5mm Audio 75ft 42433, 42439 42433, 42439 42433, 42439
HDMI® 35ft --- 42409, 42419, 42404 41192
HDMI® 50ft --- 42409, 42419, 42405 41193
HDMI® 75ft 42417, 42419 42417, 42419 42417, 42419

Passive USB A Male to USB A Female Extension Cables

Passive USB Extension cables can be used to extend a USB signal to a total cable length of 5 meters, 16.4ft. These cables are not typically designed to be used for in-wall applications. This type of cable is ideal for a temporary connections or situations where cabling will be run through a cabling raceway outside of a wall.

Passive USB A Male to USB A Female Extension Cables

Active USB A Male to USB A Female Extension Cables

Active USB Extension cables can be used to extend existing cabling up to 12 meters, 39.4ft. These active devices are not intended for in-wall applications. This type of cable is ideal for temporary connections or situations where cabling will be run through a cabling raceway outside of a wall.

Active USB A Male to USB A Female Extension Cables

USB Over Cat5 Solutions

USB Over Cat5 solutions can be used to extend a USB signal to a length of up to 150ft. These devices use standard network cabling, which can be used for in-wall, or plenum applications. This type of device is ideal for permanent connection between a computer and an interactive whiteboard.

USB Over Cat5 Solutions
HD15 - VGA/Component Video Connector
HD15 - VGA/Component Video

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a VGA computer video signal. Certain models of projectors use this port as a dual purpose input capable of receiving either Component Video or VGA computer video.

RCA - Composite Video, Dual Stereo Audio Connector
RCA - Composite Video, Dual Stereo Audio

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a Composite Video or stereo audio signal. The color code of the connector will indicate which signal the port is designed to receive.

  • Yellow - Composite Video
  • Red and White - Stereo Audio
S-Video Connector
S-Video

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a S-Video signal. The connector has four pins arranged in two rows, as well as a keying block to make certain the plug cannot be inserted improperly.

3.5mm - Stereo Audio, Microphone Connector
3.5mm - Stereo Audio, Microphone

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a stereo audio input. Certain models of projectors use this port as a microphone input. An icon of a speaker or microphone will typically be printed on the projector, near the port, to indicate which signal the port is designed to receive.

DVI-I Connector
DVI-I

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a digital or analog video signal. This connector contains 24 pins, arranged in three horizontal rows of eight pins. To the side of this grouping of pins is a wide, flat pin called a ground bar which is surrounded by four analog video pins. HDMI devices may be adapted to this port for digital video only.

HDMI Connector
HDMI

This connector is commonly used on a projector to receive a digital audio and video signal. This technology carries the same video information as DVI but adds the capacity for digital audio and control signals as well. This connector is technically described as a Type A HDMI connector.

This white paper is for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. C2G makes no guarantees, either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the information found in this document.