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Mini HDMI Adapter
HDMI A-Buchse > Mini HDMI C-Stecker
Article no.: 125041
2.92€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
960 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Micro HDMI Kabel, kann ein Gerät mit Micro HDMI Typ D Schnittstelle, an einen Fernseher oder Monitor mit Standard HDMI Typ A Anschluss angeschlossen werden.

Ideal geeignet für den Raspberry Pi 4 oder Raspberry Pi 5.
Article no.: 125066
3.33€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
827 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Kabel, passend für unser DIY HDMI / USB Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi oder USB Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene HDMI Adapter, 15 verschiedene USB Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125057
1.41€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
790 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
High Speed HDMI Kabel mit Ethernet, vergoldet
HDMI-Stecker (Typ A) > HDMI Micro-Stecker (Typ D)
Article no.: 77470-0.5-3
2.72€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
312 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125054
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
131 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Kabel, passend für unser DIY HDMI / USB Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi oder USB Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene HDMI Adapter, 15 verschiedene USB Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125060
2.12€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
130 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Kabel, passend für unser DIY HDMI / USB Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi oder USB Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene HDMI Adapter, 15 verschiedene USB Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125059
2.52€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
128 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125056
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
122 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Kabel, passend für unser DIY HDMI / USB Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi oder USB Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene HDMI Adapter, 15 verschiedene USB Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125058
1.82€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
98 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Kabel, passend für unser DIY HDMI / USB Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi oder USB Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene HDMI Adapter, 15 verschiedene USB Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125061
3.23€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
92 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125048
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
85 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Dieses HDMI Kabel dient der Verbindung zwischen Geräten mit HDMI Schnittstelle, wie z. B. Fernsehgeräten, Blu-ray Playern, Bildschirmen oder Beamern. Das Spiralkabel lässt sich dank seiner positiven Eigenschaft optimal hinter dem Schrank verstauen und bei Bedarf auf die gewünschte Maximallänge ziehen.
Article no.: 125024
5.55€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
75 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125052
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
74 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125055
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
73 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
HDMI Adapter zum Anschließen von Standard HDMI Kabeln an einen Micro HDMI Anschluss.
Article no.: 8007067
1.11€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
56 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
547 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
HDMI Adapter, vergoldet
HDMI-Buchse (Typ A) > HDMI Mini-Stecker (Typ C)
Article no.: 68841
2.92€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
52 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
- HDMI 1.4 Stecker-Stecker 19pin
- Stecker 180° zu Stecker
- Anschlüsse: goldbeschichtet
- Auch als Ersatz für viele Waveshare Displays nutzbar
Article no.: 125042
2.92€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
51 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125049
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
49 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
HDMI-Adapter, vergoldet
HDMI-Buchse (Typ A) > HDMI-Stecker (Typ A) 90°
Article no.: 51724
1.71€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
48 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
539 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
Mit diesem Adapter von Delock kann z. B. ein DVI Monitor an einen freien HDMI Port einer Digitalkamera angeschlossen werden.
Article no.: D65564
5.85€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
47 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
106 piece ·
5 - 10 Working days
High Speed HDMI Kabel mit Ethernet, vergoldet
HDMI-Stecker (Typ A) > HDMI-Stecker (Typ A)
Article no.: 69122
1.61€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
45 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
16.981 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125046
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
39 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
High Speed HDMI Kabel mit Ethernet, vergoldet
HDMI-Stecker (Typ A) > HDMI Mini-Stecker (Typ C)
Article no.: 31930
3.00€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
38 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
370 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
Mit diesem Adapter kann ein VGA Monitor über Micro HDMI angeschlossen werden.
Kompatibel mit dem Raspberry Pi 4 / Raspberry Pi 400.
Article no.: 125064
4.54€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
37 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
DisplayPort/HDMI Adapter 1.1
DisplayPort-Stecker > HDMI-Buchse (Typ A)
Auflösung bis zu: 1920 x 1200 (60Hz)
Article no.: 14-05008
3.48€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
33 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
1.023 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
HDMI/DVI-D Adapter, vergoldet
HDMI-Buchse (Typ A) > DVI-D-Stecker Dual-Link (24+1 pin)
Article no.: 77401
2.02€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
30 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
5.449 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
HDMI/DVI-I Adapter, vergoldet
HDMI-Buchse (Typ A) > DVI-I-Buchse Dual-Link (24+5 pin)
Article no.: 4040849686900
2.77€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
28 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
313 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
Dieser magnetische Adapter kann beim Anschluss von HDMI Geräten verwendet werden. Ebenso lässt sich der Adapter als Portschoner einsetzen, um die Schnittstelle bei Anwendungen mit hohen Steckzyklen zu schützen. Der Adapter ist so konzipiert, dass er in der Buchse des Gerätes verbleiben kann und den Verschleiß an der Buchse verhindert sowie als Staubschutz dient.
Article no.: 125065
21.38€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
27 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
HDMI-Flexadapter
HDMI-Stecker (Typ A) > HDMI-Buchse (Typ A)
Article no.: 64824
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
26 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125047
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
22 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Das Goobay High-Speed-HDMI-90°-Kabel mit Ethernet gewährleistet durch seinen vergoldeten, abgewinkelten Stecker höchste Signalqualität für 4K-Übertragungen und ist ideal für den Anschluss von Konsolen an TVs oder Projektoren
Article no.: 61295
4.23€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
21 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
1.523 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
DVI-D/HDMI Kabel, vergoldet
DVI-D-Stecker Dual-Link (24+1 pin) > HDMI-Stecker (Typ A)
Article no.: 77480
2.51€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
20 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
1.655 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125050
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
18 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Mit diesem Adapter, passend für unser DIY HDMI Adaptersystem, sind tausende Möglichkeiten möglich ein individuelles HDMi Flachbandkabel anzufertigen. Insgesamt stehen 12 verschiedene Adapter und 5 verschiedene Kabellängen zur Verfügung.
Article no.: 125051
3.93€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
16 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Dieses High Speed HDMI mit Ethernet Kabel von Delock entspricht dem neuesten HDMI Standard und vereint schnelle Datenübertragung sowie Audio-/ Video- und Ethernetverbindung in einem. Sie können somit z. B. Ihren PC oder ein DVD / Blu-ray Laufwerk an einen Monitor oder TV anschließen. Der HDMI-A Stecker ist zudem abwärtskompatibel zu seinen Vorgängern und ermöglicht weiterhin den Anschluss Ihrer bisherigen Geräte. Auch der höhere Drahtdurchmesser und die verdrillten Datenleitungen gewährleisten weiterhin eine zuverlässige für die Reichweite dieses Kabels.
Article no.: D83352
5.47€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
15 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
526 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
HDMI Adapter, vergoldet
HDMI-Buchse (Typ A) > HDMI-Buchse (Typ A)
Article no.: 60729
1.11€
incl. tax plus shipping costs
Available immediately
13 piece
· 2 - 4 working days
Available from the manufacturer
3.074 piece ·
3 - 5 working days
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What is HDMI?

HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and is an interface for transmitting images and sound. This standard was developed in 2003. Similar to how you use USB cables to connect printers or external hard drives to your PC, an HDMI cable is used to connect a Blu-ray player or a game console to your TV. With the HDMI cable, images and sound can be transmitted in parallel to a TV, monitor, or projector. Each cable has identical connectors at both ends, so it doesn't matter which side is connected to the input or output. You can find the appropriate socket on all devices with an HDMI connection.

How do HDMI cables differ?

If you think that you can't go wrong when buying an HDMI cable because it's a uniform standard, you're unfortunately mistaken. Similar to what you already know from USB cables, there are different sizes, lengths, and transmission speeds available. Therefore, before buying a multimedia cable, you should check which HDMI type your hardware needs. To give you some help, we'll show you the different features:

Different connector sizes

With shrinking device sizes and less space on the hardware housing, different connector sizes have now been established:

  • Standard HDMI: This connector size is also called Type A. The standard is used for home entertainment electronics such as TVs, PC monitors, DVD players, or game consoles. The HDMI Type A is the largest type and therefore the most robust connector.
  • Mini HDMI: This connector size is also called Type C. This connector is slightly smaller than the standard and is used for devices with slim housings and little space for connections. You can usually find it in newer notebooks, tablets, and some digital cameras.
  • Micro HDMI: This connector size is also called Micro HDMI Type D. Due to the progressive miniaturization of hardware, this size was additionally created and is used for devices that are extremely flat, as is known from smartphones.

All three connectors have the same 19 pins, but some may have a different pin assignment. However, they all support the resolutions and functions of HDMI 1.4 and higher.

What is HDMI?

HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and is an interface for transmitting audio and video. This standard was developed in 2003. Similarly to how you use USB cables to connect printers or external hard drives to your computer, an HDMI cable is used to connect a Blu-ray player or game console to your TV. With the HDMI cable, both audio and video can be transmitted to a TV, monitor, or projector simultaneously. Each cable has identical connectors at both ends, so it doesn't matter which side is connected to the input or output. You will find the appropriate port on all devices with an HDMI port.

How do HDMI cables differ?

If you think that you can't go wrong when buying an HDMI cable because it's a uniform standard, you'll be disappointed. Similar to what you already know about USB cables, there are different sizes, lengths, and transmission speeds for HDMI cables. Therefore, before buying the multimedia cable, you should check which HDMI type is required for your hardware. To help you out, we will show you the different characteristics:

Different connector sizes

With shrinking device sizes and less and less space on the hardware case, different connector sizes have now become established:

  • Standard HDMI: This connector size is also known as Type A. The standard is used in home entertainment electronics such as televisions, PC monitors, DVD players, or game consoles. The HDMI Type A is the largest and most robust type of connector.
  • Mini HDMI: This connector size is also known as Type C. This connector is slightly smaller than the standard and is used in devices with slim housings and little space for connections. You will find it mostly in newer notebooks, tablets, and some digital cameras.
  • Micro HDMI: This connector size is also known as Micro-HDMI Type D. Due to the advancing miniaturization of hardware, this size was created in addition and is used in devices that are extremely flat, as you know it from smartphones.

All three connectors have the same 19 pins, some may have a different pin assignment. However, they all support the resolutions and functions of HDMI 1.4 and higher.

So, if you want to connect two devices via HDMI, follow these steps: Find the corresponding HDMI port on both devices. The ports may look different on both devices if they are different types (standard, mini, micro). You will find the appropriate cable for each combination of sizes.

Different transmission rates

Increasing amounts of data, high frame rates, and growing screen resolutions have made higher transmission rates necessary over time.

Therefore, various HDMI versions are constantly being developed, which differ in their transmission speed, bandwidth, and supported functions. The most common HDMI versions are:

HDMI versions at a glance

  • HDMI to VGA adapter: This adapter is used to convert an HDMI signal to a VGA signal. It is often used to connect older monitors or projectors to newer HDMI-enabled devices like laptops or game consoles.
  • HDMI to DVI adapter: This adapter is used to convert an HDMI signal to a DVI signal. It is often used to connect older computer monitors to newer HDMI-enabled devices.
  • HDMI to DisplayPort adapter: This adapter is used to convert an HDMI signal to a DisplayPort signal. It is often used to transfer an HDMI signal from a laptop or desktop computer to a monitor that only has a DisplayPort connection.
  • HDMI splitter: An HDMI splitter is used to transmit an HDMI signal to multiple devices at the same time. It is often used to transmit a signal from a DVD player or game console to multiple televisions or monitors.

Supported formats of an HDMI adapter:

The technical differences between the various HDMI adapters mainly lie in the way they convert or transmit the signal. For example, some adapters only support certain HDMI versions or have limited bandwidth that affects the maximum transmission rate. It is therefore important to choose the right adapter for the specific device and application.

Transmission values of HDMI adapters

The transmission values of HDMI adapters can vary, but typically they offer the following performance features:

  • Support for video resolutions of up to 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) at 60 Hz
  • Transmission of 8-channel audio
  • Support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) and 3D content

Use of HDMI adapters

HDMI adapters are often used to connect devices such as laptops, game consoles, DVD players, and smartphones to a television, monitor, or projector. They are a practical solution for connecting various devices and enjoying high-quality audio and video content.

The use of an HDMI adapter can affect image quality if the adapter is unable to process the signal with sufficient bandwidth or transmission rate. It is therefore important to choose a high-quality adapter that is suitable for the desired application.

What is HDMI?

HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and is an interface for transmitting images and sound. This standard was developed in 2003. Similar to how you use USB cables to connect printers or external hard drives to your PC, an HDMI cable is used to connect a Blu-ray player or game console to your television. With the HDMI cable, you can transmit images and sound to a television, monitor, or projector in parallel. Each cable has identical plugs at the ends, so it doesn't matter which side is connected to the signal input and which side is connected to the signal output. You will find the appropriate socket on all devices with an HDMI connection.

How do HDMI cables differ?

If you think that you can't go wrong when buying an HDMI cable because it's a uniform standard, you're unfortunately mistaken. Similar to what you already know from USB cables, there are different sizes, lengths, and transmission speeds. Therefore, before purchasing the multimedia cable, you should check which HDMI type is required for your hardware. To help you, we show you the different characteristics here:

Different plug sizes

With shrinking device sizes and less and less space on the housing of the hardware, different plug sizes have now established themselves:

  • Standard HDMI: This plug size is also known as type A. The standard is used in home entertainment electronics, such as televisions, PC monitors, DVD players, or game consoles. The HDMI type A is the largest type and therefore the most robust connector.
  • Mini HDMI: This plug size is also known as type C. This connector is slightly smaller than the standard and is used in devices with slim housings and little space for connections. You will mostly find it in newer notebooks, tablets, and some digital cameras.
  • Micro HDMI: This plug size is also known as Micro-HDMI type D. Due to the progressive miniaturization of hardware, this size was additionally created and is used in devices that are extremely flatly built, as you know it from smartphones.

All three plugs have the same 19 pins, but some can have a different pin assignment. However, they all support the resolutions and functions of HDMI 1.4 and higher.

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