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Thunderbolt 4 Dock with PD 100 W
- SMARTER WORKSPACE: The next generation of Thunderbolt 4 finally brings true PC connectivity to notebooks and other devices: fast transfer speeds, multi-functional ports and a desk without cable clutter
- THUNDERBOLT 4 – THE FUTURE OF CONNECTIVITY: Compatible with e.g. DisplayPort, PCle and USB 4 as well as backwards compatible with previous Thunderbolt versions: it's the cable connection that trumps all others
- THUNDERBOLT 4 AND GAMING: Those using external PCIe devices in conjunction with the IB-DK8801-TB4 and a compatible TB4 system can now run games directly from an external NVMe SSD
- IMMERSE IN DIVERSITY: High resolutions for Thunderbolt 4 enabled devices. Increase visual productivity with Ultra HD image sharpness, contrast and colour depth via the available HDMI and Thunderbolt 4 connections
- THUNDERBOLT 4 AND PD: IB-DK8801-TB4 charges smartphones, notebooks and more, everything that requires less than 100 watts. The benefit: no need for a separate power supply
Thunderbolt™ 4 Host
Supports Thunderbolt™ 4 Type-C® with up to 40 Gbit/s
Supports 2x 4K@60 Hz
4x USB Type-A with up to 10 Gbit/s, 2x ThunderboltTM 4 Type-C® with up to 40 Gbit/s
Power Delivery up to 96 watts
3.5 mm headset combo jack
RJ 45 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet
What is Thunderbolt™ 4?
It is the superset standard that includesUSB4®, DisplayPort™ and PCI Express (PCIe). With Thunderbolt™ 4, a data transfer rate of up to 40 Gbit/s (at 2 m cable length) as well as 32 GB/s PCIe data transfer must be guaranteed, at least one 100 W charging port must be available and wake-up from sleep mode must be possible.
What is the difference between Thunderbolt™ 3 and 4?
Theoretically, a Thunderbolt™ 3 device should be able to do the same as a Thunderbolt™ 4 device. However, compared to version 3, Thunderbolt™ 4 now has to meet much stricter standards to be certified. This includes, among other things, support for two 4K displays or one 8K display.
IB-DK8801-TB4 prevents cyber attacks
This is realised through Virtualisation Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d). It prevents physical DMA attacks by protecting PCIe peripherals from unauthorised access to memory using DMA remapping. Access is thus only allowed to an isolated and allocated memory of a specific device.
|Interface to host computer||1x Thunderbolt™ 4 Type-C®|
|Thunderbolt™ interfaces||2x Thunderbolt™ Type-C®|
|USB interfaces||4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A|
|Further in-/output||Audio in/out, RJ45 Ethernet, SD card reader|
|Plug & Play||Yes|
|LED||Power and connection|
|Power supply||External power supply AC 100-240 V; 50/60 Hz; DC 20 V / 6.75 A; 135 W|
|Supported operating systems||Windows® / macOS®|
|System requirements||MFDP compatible, which means that it also supports the Type-C® DisplayPort™ Alternate Mode for two video signals at resolution of up to 1080p@60 Hz and data transfer rates of up to 5 Gbit/s|
|For maximum resolution||4K-capable displays 3840x2160@30/60 (via Thunderbolt™) Support of DisplayPort™ 1.4 via Thunderbolt™ 4 interface|
|Packing content||▶ 1x IB-DK8801-TB4 ▶ 1x External power supply ▶ 1x Power cord with EU plug ▶ 1x Thunderbolt™ 4 Type-C® to Type-C® cable ▶ 1x Manual|
|Packing unit||9 pcs./carton|
|Total weight||12.67 kg|
|Gross weight (with packing)||1.330 kg|
|Net weight||0.435 kg|
|Dimension/ carton||315x305x500 mm|
|Dimension (with packing)||92x290x158 mm|
|Dimension of article||75x200x31 mm|
|Country of origin||China|