Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock
- USB 3 port supports bus-powered drives with .9A (900mA) or less power requirements as well as drives connected to a power adapter.
- USB 3 port provides .9A (900mA) of power. This will charge devices requiring 1.0A at slower rate than factory power adapter. Larger devices like tablets requiring 2.1A will not charge. There is no power supplied to USB 3 (or USB 2) port while host computer is turned off or in “sleep” mode.
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Mac OS Compatibility
- macOS 10.12 Sierra
- macOS 10.13 High Sierra
- macOS 10.14 Mojave
- macOS 10.15 Catalina
PC OS Compatibility
- Windows 10 64-bit Edition
- Windows Server 2016
Host Port Requirements
- Thunderbolt 3 port
- (1) USB 3.0 Port
- (1) USB 2.0 Port
- (2) HDMI Ports
- (1) Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 Port
Transfer Rate (Max)
- Up To 40 Gb/s
- Supports up to two 4K displays @ 60Hz, or one 4K display @ 60Hz, or one 4K display @ 60Hz and one 4K display @ 30Hz, or one 4K display @ 30Hz
- HDMI 2.0: Up to 4K @ 60Hz
- HDMI 2.0: Up to 4K @ 30Hz
- Height: 1.9 cm (0.7 in)
- Width: 12.4 cm (4.9 in)
- Length: 6.5 cm (2.6 in)
- Captive Cable Length: 20.0 cm (7.9 in)
- 150.0 g (0.33 lbs)
- This device will not work with USB-C host ports. Thunderbolt 3 is required.
- Certified HDMI 2 cables required for use with HDMI 2.0 ports and displays.
- Each HDMI port supports resolutions up to 3840x2160 @ 60Hz and will pass an HDMI audio signal from the host, for displays that have speakers or support headphones.
- Dual displays are supported but the available resolution and refresh rates are dependent upon the specific hardware and drivers used by your system.
- USB ports do not support the Apple Super Drive.
- The USB ports do not receive power when the host computer is in sleep mode
- USB 3.0 port supports speeds up to 5Gb/s and provides bus power up to 5V and 0.9A (4.5W). Devices which require more bus power will not function on this port. An optional, auxiliary power adapter may be available for some bus-powered enclosures. UASP is supported.
- Smart phones or iPods with a compatible USB charging cable can recharge via this port but may be slower than other charging methods. Tablet and iPad charging are not supported
- USB 2.0 port supports speeds up to 480 Mb/s and provides up to 5V and 0.5A (2.5W) of bus power. Devices which require more bus power will not function on this port.
- Ethernet – the device should detect and connect to the network automatically once the Ethernet cable is connected. This device supports Wake-on-LAN (WoL) which allows the network to wake your computer from sleep or standby mode.
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