Kensington SD5200T Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station – 170 Watts with Power Delivery – Dual Monitor 4k for Mac and PC (K38300NA)

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Kensington has engineered the game-changing SD5200T Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station for Windows and Mac. Whether you're a video editor, graphic designer, content creator, gamer, or just someone who wants to simplify a 4K workspace, you get more speed, more pixels, more power, and more possibilities. The SD5200T Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station is a power user's solution for hyper-productivity. For over 35 years, Kensington has been The Professionals' Choice for desktop productivity Q: Is there a setup and usage video? A: Yes, at the left side of the page with the collection of images; also view it at customer. Kensington/a/328383. Q: Does the SD5200t docking station work with both Windows and Mac OS?A: Yes: Does this dock require new driver installation on my computer? A: We recommend you ensure that your computer’s Thunderbolt 3 driver is the most up to date version. Q: Does this dock support USB-C Power Delivery (PD)?A: Yes, the dock supports USB-C Power Delivery through the Thunderbolt 3 connector, up to 85W. Your laptop of course needs to accept Power Delivery over USB-C. Q: Can I use a non-Thunderbolt 3 USB-C cable with this dock? A: The cable used for the dock must be an Intel-certified Thunderbolt 3 cable. A . 5m Intel-certified TB3 cable is included. Longer cables can cause performance issues. If you lose or damage the included cable, our can check the official Thunderbolt website for certified cables. Q: Is this Thunderbolt 3 dock backwards compatible with a non-Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port, Thunderbolt 1 or 2 ports, or a USB-A portal: No. Q: Does the USB-C port on the front of the dock support video over USB-C?A: The front USB-C port is a data-only port and supports 5V/3A (15W). Q: What video standards are supported through this dock? A: The Display Port connector on the dock supports DP v1. 2 + + , or Display Port dual-mode, where passive cabling to Display Port, HDMI, and DVI standards are allowed. The Thunderbolt 3 ports are fully compatible to USB-C Display Port Alt mode standards, where a USB-C to video adapter can be used to connect to a second monitor. We recommend using Kensington CV4000H USB-C to HDMI adapter (K33993WW) or CV2000V USB-C to VGA adapter (K33994WW). Q: What is the maximum resolution supported by the dock? A: Up to two monitors at 4K/60Hz: both the Display Port connector and the Thunderbolt 3 ports support Display Port v1. 2 standards of 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz. The dock can also support a single 5K/60Hz monitor. Typically, the 5K monitor would use two Display Port inputs to achieve this; alternatively you can use the dock’s Display Port plus one of the dock’s Thunderbolt 3 ports to a monitor’s Display Port input (using a USB-C to Display Port cable or adapter). To support 4K @ 60Hz, ensure that Display Port 1. 2 or MST (multi-stream support) is enabled on your display. Q: What should I do if I am getting inconsistent video performance when the dock is connected to a 4K monitor at 4K resolution? A: The video performance may be affected by the quality of the Display Port cable used in the setup when using 4K resolution. We recommend that the user try a different cable to see if the problem persists. A cable less than 1. 5M in length is desired. Q: Why is the audio still coming out of the laptop instead of the external speakers/headset that I connected to dock? A: Sometimes the computer will not automatically make the audio channel coming out of the dock as the default. In this case go to Mac OS: System Preferences - Sound - Output, and select USB Audio as the default audio channel.

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