D-Sub High Density Connectors
D-Sub High Density Connectors are a type of electronics connector that is designed to provide a high speed interface in limited space applications. It is a type of standard PC connector and is used to make connections between computers, peripherals, and other components. The connector is a 65-pin connector which is divided into two parts. The first part is the male part, which is the connection on the motherboard side, and the second part is the female part, which is the connection on the peripheral side. The male part has a 25-pin connector (for the motherboard side) and the female part has a 40-pin connector (for the peripheral side). The pins are pressed tightly together so that the contacts are in direct contact with each other, providing an efficient electrical connection. The main advantage of these connectors is that they provide a high density connection compared to other types of connectors. They are also cost effective and are used widely in many electronic applications.