Plugable USB-C Triple Display Docking Station
Plugable UD-ULTCDL USB-C Triple Display Docking Station with Charging Support Power Delivery
- USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps) connectivity to host system. Backwards compatibility with most Thunderbolt 3 host systems.
- One HDMI 1.4 (USB-C Alt Mode, powered from host system graphics chipset) 2K ( 1920×1200 ) @ 60Hz / 4K ( 3840×2160 ) @ 30Hz
- One DVI/VGA (DisplayLink-based) 2K ( 1920×1200 ) @ 60Hz
- One HDMI 1.4 (DisplayLink-based) 2K ( 1920×1200 ) @ 60Hz
- One Front USB 3.0 Type-C port (with 1.5A Power Delivery)
- One Front USB 3.0 Type-A port (with BC1.2, 1.5A charging support)
- Three Rear USB 3.0 Type-A ports (standard 900mA)
- Gigabit Ethernet (Full-duplex required)
- Audio In/Out (3.5mm TRS “headphone” jacks)
- 65W (20V, 3.25A) Power Adapter
More features, less compromise.
USB 3.1 Type-C is set to revolutionize connectivity. Plugable designed their USB-C Triple Display Docking Station to showcase what this new standard is capable of with flexibility and scalability in mind.
Utilizing cutting edge USB 3.1 technologies in conjunction with the tried and tested features of Plugable's best-selling UD-3900 docking station, the Plugable UD-ULTCDL Triple Display Docking Station provides up to three additional display outputs via a combination of USB-C DisplayPort Alternate Mode (“Alt Mode”) and DisplayLink USB graphics. The dock provides up to 60W of power via USB-C Power Delivery (“PD”) standard to charge your host computer while adding Gigabit Ethernet, audio input/output, and expanded USB device connectivity with 4 USB 3.0 Type-A ports and a single USB 3.0 USB-C port. All through a single USB-C cable.
The UD-ULTCDL (nicknamed our “Ultimate” docking station) is the first device of its kind to combine these three powerful, unique, and complementary technologies to unleash the potential of your computer.
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Operating System and Driver Details:
- Only macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 and earlier versions are supported (10.11.x – 10.13.3). The upcoming update to macOS 10.13.4 will permanently disable the “2K” HDMI and DVI outputs.
Windows drivers can also be installed by Windows Update (with existing Internet connection).
- DisplayLink-attached displays do function in macOS, but with reduced performance compared to Windows systems on the 2nd and 3rd attached displays (“2K” HDMI and DVI outputs).
- Updated USB 3.0/3.1 host controller drivers and graphics drivers suggested for best performance and compatibility.