Connectors are devices used to join two or more conductors (e.g., wires, printed circuit boards) to allow electrical signals or power to flow between them. They come in many shapes and sizes, and are designed to fit specific types of conductors and applications. Some common types of connectors include:
USB (Universal Serial Bus) connectors - used to transfer data and power between devices, such as computers and peripherals.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connectors - used to transmit high-definition video and audio between devices.
D-Sub connectors - a type of computer connector that is commonly used for serial and parallel connections.
RCA connectors - used for composite video and audio connections in consumer electronics.
XLR connectors - used for professional audio connections, such as in microphones and amplifiers.
Connectors play a crucial role in modern electronics and help to ensure reliable and consistent connections between devices.
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