USB-C Docking Station

Many computers now have a USB-C port which makes it possible to use this docking station. It is one of the best inventions that has significantly helped users to become more productive in the office or while working on personal projects.
The USB-C docking station can be connected to computers that have one or more USB-C ports. This is the main requirement before it can be used. It allows the user to connect many monitors or electronic gadgets to the video or audio signal source at the same time.
The combination of features for this docking station varies according to the trending demands. There are 4 in 1, 5 in 1, or 6 in 1 docking stations; the combination options are so many, so custom orders can be placed to add more features. People who use these devices very often can go for the models that offer more features to support their productivity drive.

Resolution settings

The resolution capacity of the USB-C docking station is versatile. Resolution output is dependent on the display setting. For example, the single display setting gives a resolution of about 4096×2160. The dual display provides a visual resolution of 2560×1600, both at a refresh rate of 60Hz. And for the benefit of people who use the triple display monitor setup, they can have a resolution that is as high as 1920×1200, at a refresh rate of 60 Hz.
A higher resolution is possible for docking stations that accommodate the 4-lane display port with the right settings in place.

Input features

The USB-C docking station has different input features. The common features found on the external parts of the device include the USB-C port, one or two USB 3.0 ports, USB 2.0 ports (usually two ports), and an audio jack for headphones. However, these features depend on the model in use. Some models may have customized features for enhanced resolution, such as the high resolution button.
The different ports are used to connect the computer to other devices. In contrast, the USB-C port is exclusively used to connect the docking station to the computer.
Other features found on docking stations include SD card readers, Ethernet port, and HDMI port.

Power requirements

The USB docking station functions with an operating power of 100W, 20V/5A. This is the maximum power consumed by the electronic device. However, on average, the consumption rate hovers around 65W. The power consumption rating is not excessive, which is an advantage for users who need the docking station for office use.

Electrical features

The docking station has an impressive insulation resistance capacity and dielectric strength to keep up with the functional demands. At about 20 degrees, the device can maintain a conductor resistance of 32 AWG at 850 OHMS/KM. The shell is adequately plated to allow normal functions at high or low temperatures.

Bulk orders

The USB-C docking station is available for bulk orders; the production time is usually within 20 to 30 days. The packaging is done with cartons, properly sealed, and when the package is ready, it is shipped to the buyer’s location.

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