Introduction: Make a VGA PRO (tm) Extender...
I am Matthew Enderle. I will write a through instructable on how to make one of these. Please go to Step 1 for the bill of materials.
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Step 1: Bill of Meterials.
You need to go to newark.com and get part of these items.
Item # Type Cost in $ Quantity
16M3874 D-sub 15 pin 1.50 2
83K8228 Modular Connector 1.01 2
* 83F8733 Mini-case 1.47 2
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You will need wire. The perfect wire for this, believe it or not, is ethernet wire. The kind i like the best is the wire with many strings, not one solid wire. The solid wired ones, when they are bent too much, they break really easily.
I made one of these using old ports from 2 videocards, and 2 networkcards. You could use that instead of buying new parts.
---Please procied to step 3 for the Schematics and diagrams---
Step 2: Schematics and Diagrams.
If the first picture is too confusing, use #2.
This is the text base version of it. First number is ethernet pin, and second is the VGA/hd15 pin.
1 - 14
2 - 13
3 - 3
4 - 7
5 - 2
6 - 5,8,10
7 - 4
8 - 6
*NOTICE ethernet pin "6" is indeed connected to all of the following pins - 5, 8, and 10. These are the R, G, B grounds.
Step 3: Recieve Your Parts.
Less than a week i received all my parts from Newark. The pictures show what i received.
Step 4: Tools Required.
You need to buy or get your tools.
1 Soldering Iron
1 thin solder spool
1 dremel - and a huge kit.
1 Hot glue gun
1 bottle of flux (solder paste)
Step 5: THIS IS THE START!!!
You need to open all the packages. The parts you will need out are the VGA and the project housing.