||This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia. (November 2011)|
A male D video connector.
|Type||Analogue video connector|
|Designer||EIAJ (Electronic Industry Association of Japan)|
|Produced||Late 1990s to present|
|Audio signal||device depending|
|Video signal||Analogue component video, digital 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i|
|Pins||14 (6 video, 3 reserved, 2 detect, 3 data)|
|Data signal||Resolution and Aspect ratio information|
|A female connector seen from the front.|
|Pin 1||Y||luminance (0.7 V, 75 Ω)|
|Pin 2||Y GND||Y ground|
|Pin 3||PB||0.35 V, 75 Ω|
|Pin 4||PB GND|
|Pin 5||PR||0.35 V, 75 Ω|
|Pin 6||PR GND|
|Pin 7||Reserve link 1|
|Pin 8||Data line 1||0 V = 525 lines
2.2 V = 750 lines
5 V = 1125 lines
|Pin 9||Data line 2||0 V = 59.94i / 60i
5 V = 59.94p / 60p
|Pin 10||Reserve link 2|
|Pin 11||Data line 3||0 V = 4:3
2.2 V = 4:3 letterbox
5 V = 16:9
|Pin 12||Plug insert detect ground|
|Pin 13||Reserve link 3|
|Pin 14||Plug insert detect||output 10 kΩ, input > 100 kΩ|
A D-Terminal or D-tanshi (Ｄ端子) is a type of analog video connector found on Japanese consumer electronics, typically HDTV, DVD, Blu-ray, D-VHS and HD DVD devices. It was developed by the EIAJ (Electronic Industry Association of Japan) in its standard, RC-5237, for use in digital satellite broadcast tuners. In appearance it is a small flat trapezic connector, the same connector as the AAUI connector used by Apple Computer for some time to connect to ethernet.
- D1 480i (525i)： 720 × 480 interlaced
- D2 480p (525p)： 720 × 480 progressive
- D3 1080i (1125i)： 1920 × 1080 interlaced
- D4 720p (750p)： 1280 × 720 progressive
- D5 1080p (1125p)： 1920 × 1080 progressive
A device with a D-Terminal connector supports that level and lower D-Terminal signal. For example, a D4 connector can be used with a D4, D3, D2, or D1 signal, but not with a D5 signal.
With the aforementioned diagrams, consumers should take careful consideration regarding the input and output terminals. Purchased products such as the PlayStation Portable (PSP-2000) are equipped with the (D2) interface. However, since the release of System Software Ver.5.00, the interface has been changed to (D1). Since 2010, the PSP's I/O system has adopted the progressive I/O interface (D1). Furthermore, the PSP-3000 marks the possibility of interlace I/O.
- Q&A - No.31999/10 What Is a "D-Terminal"? - A new terminal standard for connecting digital satellite tuners with TV sets.
- D-Terminal to Component adapter cable