This is VGA-to-SVideo (dumb) adapter. In no case you can connect
RS232 to VGA with this kind of cable excepted if you're using a
hammer to convince a 9 pins DB plug to fit with a 15 pins DB plug.
(Even in this case, i'm not sure that the concept is functionnaly
Le ven 20 jui 2007 16:06:56 CEST, vladas a C)crit:
>On 7/20/07, Eric Huiban grompf@grom
>> 9 pins DB plug to fit with a 15 pins DB plug.
>Did you actually read my question?
Yes : how to connect PC S-video plug (output connector only, separate
chrominance and luminance signals, around 0 to 0.75Volts linear electrical
signal, around 6MHz signals, video format) to a RS232 server system serial
console plug (input and output connector, input and output asynchronous
serial lines with handshaking, -30V<--> -3V and +3V <--> +30V discrete
electrical signal, around 250kHz signals, UART format) using dumb
video cables ? This was confirmed by google after looking for "poa-ca-vgas"
which is only a classical Video to VGA adapter (et vice-versa) and not a
proprietary video+serial combo cable
The other point was the possibility to use a video to vga/composite video
smart converter. But there is no VGA signal in the configuration you seemed
to refer to.