Apple AudioVision connector

#Computer#Multimedia pinouts

The Power Macintosh computers provide connection to AudioVision monitors (and other monitors when used with an adapter cable) by means of an AudioVision HDI-45 monitor socket on their back panels.

45 pin Apple HDI-45 connector pin-out & layout

45 pin Apple HDI-45 connector  at the Apple computer, looking into cable-side connector

PinName
1Analog audio ground
2Audio input shield
3Left channel audio input
4Right channel audio input
5Left channel audio output
6Right channel audio output
7Reserved
8Monitor ID sense line 1
9Monitor ID sense line 2
10Green ground (shield)
11Green video output (75 )
12Video input power ground
13Power for camera +5 V
14Reserved
15Reserved
16Reserved
17Reserved
18Monitor ID sense line 3
19S-video input shield
20S-video input luminance (Y)
21S-video input chroma (C)
22Reserved
24Reserved
25Reserved
26Red ground (shield)
27Red video output (75 )
28I2C data signal
29I2C clock signal
30Reserved
31Monitor ID
32Monitor ID
33Vertical sync signal
34Composite sync signal
35ADB power +5 V
36ADB ground
37ADB data
38Keyboard switch
39Reserved
40Reserved
41Monitor ID
42Horizontal sync signal
43Video sync ground
44Blue ground (shield)
45Blue video output (75 )

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