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Fahlstrom
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 3:14 pm    Post subject: Hp L1702 Monitor Reply with quote

Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2003 9:22 pm Post subject: Hp L1702 Monitor

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I have a Hp 1702 LCD Monitor wiith a broken 15-pin vga cable , now i need pinout and color schematic . I have 10 cables sticking out of the monitor and haven't a clue what to do . Please help or send me schematic .
Here comes the color and value of my cables out of the monitor :
Brown = 9,6 v
Green = 0 v
Yellow = 1,4 v
White = 1,4 v
Orange = 9,6 v
Black = 0,9 v
Red = 9,9 v
I have allready connected Rgb , that was he easy part .
Can anyone tell me which color is h-sync , v-sync and the rest ...
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Tomi
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I do not have specific information concering this monitor.
The colors on the monitor cables are not widely standardized,
so different monitors can use different colors for different
functionality.

The following document might be worth to read:

Identifying connections on unknown or cut monitor cables
http://www.epanorama.net/documents/pc/svga_wiring.html

It has information on locating the sync signal on cut or broken
monitor cables.

Few comments on your monitor measurements:
I would not connect anythign from the VGA card to the wires that
have those over 9V voltage. This high voltages are higher than
any VGA signal uses (all VGA signals are less than 5V) and connecting
this high voltages to PC grahics cards can damage it.
It sounds strange that any VGA cable signal has this high voltages.
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Gert
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here is the color codes:
PIN LABEL FUNCTION COLOR
1 RED Red color signal pink
2 GREEN Green color signal grey
3 BLUE Blue color signal blue
4 ID2 Monitor identification bit 2 n.c.
5 N.C. Not Connected white
6 GND-RED Ground Red signal gnd red
7 GND-GREEN Ground Green signal gnd green
8 GND-BLUE Ground Blue signal gnd blue
9 N.C. Not Connected red
10 GND-SYNC Ground Sync signal gnd.black
11 ID1 Monitor identification bit 1 n.c.
12 ID0 Monitor identification bit 0 brown
13 H-SYNC Horizontal Synchronization orange
14 V-SYNC Vertical Synchronization yellow
15 N.C. Not connected green
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netforce
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2004 11:42 pm    Post subject: L1702 same problem Reply with quote

hi i got the same problem as you can you mail or add me to your msn [email protected] ASAP.

we can help eachother

greetings, netforce Laughing Rolling Eyes
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Lanne
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2004 8:37 pm    Post subject: Re: L1702 same problem Reply with quote

are all the cables with "n.c." not connected? How is it with the thicker blue, red and gray cables (with smaler cables inside)? It would be great if you have some answers. Or even better the schematics.

Please respond to: [email protected]

Thanks / Anders
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kim
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 6:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Hp L1702 Monitor Reply with quote

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I have a Hp 1702 LCD Monitor wiith a broken 15-pin vga cable , now i need pinout and color schematic . I have 10 cables sticking out of the monitor and haven't a clue what to do . Please help or send me schematic .
Here comes the color and value of my cables out of the monitor :
Brown = 9,6 v
Green = 0 v
Yellow = 1,4 v
White = 1,4 v
Orange = 9,6 v
Black = 0,9 v
Red = 9,9 v
I have allready connected Rgb , that was he easy part .
Can anyone tell me which color is h-sync , v-sync and the rest ...[/quote]
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Iwan73
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 10:23 am    Post subject: Easy solution for fixing Reply with quote

Hello all,

The pinout that already being posted is correct.
U can buy a VGA extension cable and cut 1 side off.
Open ur monitor and disconnect the connector inside for de VGA cable.
Now u have to open the connector u have cut off from the cable to see how the wires are connected.
Now u can re-attach the wires carefully trough figuring out on witch pin the wires are connected to.
The most extension cables come close with the collors.

My fix was as follow:

Connector Cut extension cable

Pin 1 Pink-inside Red wire Red wire
Pin 2 Grey-inside Grey wire Grey wire
Pin 3 Blue-inside Blue wire Blue wire
Pin 4 Not connected Black
Pin 5 White Black
Pin 6 Grnd-inside Red wire Grnd
Pin 7 Grnd-inside Grey wire Grnd
Pin 8 Grnd-inside Blue wire Grnd
Pin 9 Red White
Pin 10 Black Black
Pin 11 Not connected Not connected
Pin 12 Brown Brown
Pin 13 Orange Green
Pin 14 Yellow White
Pin 15 Green Yellow

I hope this will provide the answer your looking for?

Grzzzzz,
[email protected]
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