USB 3.0 Type-A + Type-C® Dock with PD 65 W
- ATTENTION: DisplayLink driver must be installed before use. Display and connection expansion is provided by DisplayLink video compression technology
- POWER DELIVERY: It is possible to charge the host computer on the move thanks to Power Delivery (65 W), as long as the external power supply is connected to the docking station. This saves space, as only one power supply unit needs to be taken along
- ADAPTER: The docking station comes with two different USB cables. The user can then decide whether a USB Type-C cable is used or a USB Type-A cable (power delivery only via the Type-C interface)
- VIDEO RESOLUTION: It is possible to use two monitors with a resolution of up to 4096x2160@60 Hz. If you only want to use one monitor, you get a resolution of up to 5120x2880@60 Hz (when using two DP 1.2 cables)
- USB: The docking station has two USB Type-A and Type-C ports on the front, with which a transfer rate of up to 5 Gbit/s is possible. Two more Type-A ports are available at the rear
2x USB 3.2 (Gen 1) Type-C® up to 5 Gbit/s
4x USB 3.2 (Gen 1) Type-A up to 5 gbit/s
2x DisplayPort™ 1.2, 2x HDMI® for 2 displays at the same time
1x Gigabit LAN RJ45 with Wake-on-LAN function up to
1x 3.5 mm microphone input and 1x 3.5 mm stereo output
Charges mobile devices with up to 65 W
The IB-DK2245AC is equipped with four display video outputs. With triple Ultra HD displays simultaneously, the DockingStation allows you to split up the content to three display devices when the system supports the function, to mirror your primary screen, or extend the computer's desktop allowing visibility of more applications at the same time. It supports a resolution of up to 4096x2160@60 Hz for two monitors or one single 5K@60 Hz display with two cables connected via DisplayPort™ and fulfills your high resolution desires.
This high-performance DockingStation can be used with both current Windows® and macOS® operating systems. Thus, the IB-DK2245AC is the perfect companion for eager travelers, business, and multimedia enthusiasts who want to be prepared for all environments.
Notebooks and other mobile computers are becoming thinner and smaller. This is usually at the expense of connectivity - even the widely used RJ45 LAN port or multiple USB ports are often omitted, as are video connections, which are required by many display devices. The IB-DK2245AC offers a large selection of ports and can eliminate this lack permanently.
|USB 3.0 Speed||Up to 5 Gbit/s|
|HDMI®||2x DisplayPort™ 1.2 up to 4096x2160 @ 60 Hz, 2x HDMI® up to 4096x2160 @ 60 Hz|
|Power Supply||External, AC 100-240 V / 2 A, 50/60 Hz, DC 20 V / 5 A, 100 W Total power|
|Operating system||Windows®, macOS®|
|Packing unit||10 pcs./carton|
|Total weight||13.6 kg/carton|
|Gross weight (incl. packing)||1,279 kg|
|Net weight||0,342 kg|
|Dimension of packing box||270x100x135 mm|
|Dimension of article:||224x83x26 mm|
|Country of origin||China|
What is DisplayLink?
Compatibility with host computers?
How many monitors can I connect?
Is the DockingStation ready for gaming?
Is Windows® 10 supported?
Can I use the DockingStation with Mac?
ATTENTION: Apple devices with the operating system macOS® 10.13.4 are not supported! As of macOS® 10.13.5 and higher, the operation of the DockingStation is again possible without limitations!
Is the notebook charged through the DockingStation?
How hard is the setup?
How can I continue working with my closed notebook?
• You can make these settings in the power options.
• Select Settings – System - Power & sleep.
• Select "Additional power settings".
• Go to “Choose what closing the lid does".
• Select "Do nothing”.
To keep the Mac® from shutting down when it's closed, the following actions are necessary:
• The MacBook® must be connected to the power supply.
• A mouse and keyboard must be connected.
• A monitor must be connected. In this case, the MacBook® can also be used when closed.
What is the maximum number of external monitors supported by DisplayLink software?
The included USB cable is too short, can I use a third-party cable?
Does the DockingStation prevent the use of video connections on the notebook directly?
Does the DockingStation support audio output via HDMI or DisplayPort™?
No network connection via the DockingStation, but via the host computer. What is the problem?
After the Windows operating system is updated, the DockingStation does not work anymore.
• Disconnect the DockingStation from the host computer.
• Download and run DisplayLink Installation Cleaner.
• Download and install the latest DisplayLink drivers.
• Restart the notebook/PC.
• Reconnect the DockingStation.
The displayed image from the DockingStation is jittering or flickering.
• If the problem persists, try using a high-quality cable.
The monitor does not turn on again after the notebook wakes from sleep mode.
• Windows® may have automatically turned off the USB root hub to save power. To prevent this from happening, follow these simple steps to change the USB root hub settings in order to stay active during sleep mode.
Windows 8/8.1 and 10
• Go to the Windows® settings and select "System" - "Power & sleep". Then select "Additional power settings".
• Click the power plan settings you want to use.
• Click "Change plan settings"
• Click "Change advanced power settings".
• Click the plus symbol (+) next to "USB Settings" and " USB selective suspend setting"
• Setting" to expand the options and change the setting to "Disabled”. Click OK to accept the changes.
Hint: You may need to disconnect and reconnect your DockingStation after applying these settings to restore the connection.
The video output does not work even after installing the latest DisplayLink driver.
Why does my wireless mouse or keyboard look sluggish or not work properly when used with the DockingStation?
How do I know the MAC address of the DockingStation?
- Connect the DockingStation to the running Windows® computer and connect the LAN cable, switch the DockingStation on if necessary.
- Right-click on the Windows® icon in the lower-left corner.
- Select the "Run" field.
- Enter cmd and confirm by pressing OK/ENTER.
- Write ipconfig/all and confirm by pressing the ENTER key.
- The connected network devices with MAC addresses are now displayed.
- Connect the DockingStation to the running MacOS® computer and connect the LAN cable, switch on the DockingStation if necessary.
- Click on System Report.
- Click on Network.
- Select the appropriate device. The MAC address is displayed below.