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UNIX monitor to PC

Posted on 1997-06-04
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We have a damaged Unix workstation, we don't want to pay for repairing of this wks. We want to connect this wks' monitor (21") to a PC but we need a converter for this. Does anyone knows anyone who sells this product ?
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Try the german firm CONRAD-ELECTRONIC, art.-nr. 998982-99 which is a monitor-cable from D-sub15 to BNC. The price is about 29 USD plus shipping. The adress is:

Conrad Electronic GmbH
Klaus-Conrad-Straße 1
D-92240 Hirschau

Or use fax: 0049-180-5312110 or eMail me:   beckers@mail.niederrhein.de

With a normal bnc-equipped monitor it should work - if you have a non BNC-monitor (like some SUN) I don't know and I'm myself searching for a solution for a SUN with some mystical adapter...
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