The AC7042 USB-C 3.2 Gen1 4K Multiport Dock turns a notebook into a complete work station by connecting only one flexible USB-C cable.
This multiport dock extends the notebook with a 4K monitor via HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet connection, three USB-A ports and a USB-C pass-through charging port with power delivery (max. 60W) support. This solid aluminium multiport dock is USB powered, no external power supply is needed. Please make sure the USB-C port of the notebook supports DP Alt Mode.
Turn a notebook into a work station with only one foldable USB-C cable
Connect one 4K@30Hz monitor to the notebook via the HDMI port of the AC7042. The Multiport Dock has a Gigabit LAN networking port and extends the notebook with three additional USB-A 3.2 Gen1 ports. The flexible cable can be stored into the dock.
- Connect your notebook with USB-C to a 4K@30Hz HDMI monitor/TV
- 3x USB-A 3.2 Gen1 and 1x Gigabit ethernet port
- USB-C Pass-through port with power delivery support to provide the correct power and current for your notebook
- Solid aluminium design with foldable USB-C cable
- USB powered; Plug and Play: A USB-C port with DisplayPort Alternate Mode (DP Alt Mode) is needed
|USB-C multiport adapters
|Connection cable connectors
|Connection cable type
|Power Delivery ports
|Power Delivery pass-through
|Power Delivery device charging
|Max. Power Delivery power
|Supported Power Delivery profiles
|12.0V up to 2.58A, 15.0V up to 2.67A, 20.0V up to 3.0A, 5.0V up to 2.0A, 9.0V up to 2.44A
|HDMI, RJ45, USB
|USB (x3), USB C
|USB 3.2 Gen 1 - SuperSpeed 5 Gbps peripheral ports
|Needed on laptop
|One free USB 3.2 Gen 1 - SuperSpeed (USB 3.0) C port with DisplayPort alternate mode
|Max. resolution @ 30Hz
|4096 x 2160
|Max. resolution @ 60Hz
|1920 x 1080
|Number of displays
|HDMI High Speed
|Realtek USB GbE Ethernet
|Bus powered, USB powered
Is the notebook being charged via the USB-C port?
The AC7042 supports Power Delivery Pass-Through 60W. Once connected to the multiport dock, the notebook gets its power via the USB-C PD Pass-Through port. The dock is a plug and play device, only a USB-C port with DisplayPort Alternate Mode (DP Alt Mode) is needed.