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Instruction
Manual
Anker USB 3.0 Docking Station
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual provides a beginner's introduction to installing, configuring, and using
the USB 3.0 Display Dock. Information in this document has been carefully
checked for accuracy. No guarantee can be given, however, to the correctness of
its contents. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
The manufacturer makes no representations of warranty, either expressed or
implied, with respect to the contents hereof, and specifically disclaims any
warranties, merchantability, or fitness for particular purpose.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Always read the safety instructions carefully:
Keep this User’s Manual for future reference.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
If any of the following situations arise, take the equipment to a service technician
for inspection:
The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
The equipment has been dropped or damaged.
The equipment has obvious sign of breakage.
The equipment has not been working well, or you cannot get it to work
according to the User’s Manual.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
Application
1
1
Features
2
Package Contents
2
System Requirements
3
Front Panel
3
Rear Panel
4
2. Installation
Driver Installation
5
5
Hardware Installation
6
Verifying the Installation
7
3. Using the USB Display Dock
Configuring Displays
8
8
Controlling the Display
8
4. Uninstalling the Driver
Uninstalling the Driver
12
12
5. Specifications
13
6. Regulatory Compliance
FCC Statement
15
15
CE
15
WEEE Information
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1. Introduction
The USB 3.0 Dual Display Docking StationDock enables multiple USB devices to
be connected to the computer using a single USB 3.0 cable. Now, with one simple
cable connection to your computer, you can have access to large screen displays,
stereo speakers, external hard drives, optical disk drives, printers, USB keyboards
and mice.
Any laptop computer can connect to the USB 3.0 Dual Display Docking Station.
You will no longer need to replace a Display Dock every time you buy a new
computer. All Windows -based computers with USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 ports are
compatible.
Just plug the USB 3.0 cable from the USB 3.0 Dual Display Docking StationDock
into any USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port on your laptop, and your displays and accessories will be activated in seconds. To undock, simply unplug the cable and go.
Application
USB 2.0 peripherals
Earphone & microphone
Ethernet device
DVI / HDMI monitors
USB 3.0 peripherals
USB 3.0 port
Power connection
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Features
USB Downstream
Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0.
Two USB 3.0 downstream ports support Superspeed, high-speed, and
full-speed traffic.
Four USB 2.0 downstream ports support high-speed, full-speed and low-speed
traffic.
Supports USB Battery Charging Specification v1.2 (SDP, CDP, DCP) on 1 USB
3.0 downstream port.
Ethernet
IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3ab compatible.
Supports IPv4/IPv6.
Supports full duplex operation with IEEE 802.3x flow control.
Video
Dual digital video outputs.
Extended Desktop (default), Mirrored Desktop, Primary Display.
Supports High Resolution up to 2048 x 1152.
Audio
2 CH Stereo output & Mic-in with combo jack.
Package Contents
Before installation, please check the items inside the package. The package
should contain the following items:
USB 3.0 Display Dock
x1
Removable stand
x1
Power adapter
x1
USB 3.0 cable
x1
Driver CD with user’s manual
x1
Quick installation guide
x1
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System Requirements
One available USB port.
One of the following operating systems:
Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.
Front Panel
Power LED:
Glows when the docking station is
powered.
3.5mm stereo audio output port:
For connection to stereo headphones
or speakers.
USB 3.0 downstream port:
For connection to USB peripherals.
USB 3.0 downstream & charging
port:
For connection to USB peripherals or
connection to and charging of mobile
devices.
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Rear Panel
4 USB 2.0 downstream ports
(A-type female connectors):
For connection to USB peripherals.
10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet port:
For connection to Ethernet networks
via a network cable.
HDMI video output port:
For connection to an HDMI monitor.
DVI video output port:
For connection to a DVI monitor.
USB 3.0 upstream port:
For connection to a USB 3.0 port on the
host computer.
Power jack:
For connection to the power adapter.
The Docking Station requires an
external power supply for operation.
Security lock slot:
Industry-standard Kensington® security
slot.
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2. Installation
Driver installation
Caution: DO NOT connect the USB display dock to your computer before you
install the driver.
Follow the procedures below to install the driver and then connect the USB display
dock to your computer:
1. Insert the Driver CD into your disc drive. Please locate and double-click on the
setup.exe file under x:\Driver\ where x is the letter of your disc drive.
Note:
You will encounter a User Account Control dialog box when attempting to install
the program. Please click Yes to start the installation.
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2. Please wait while Windows configures the DisplayLink Core Software. Your
screen may temporarily go black or flash during this process.
3. When finished, the installation screen will disappear, and you will be returned to
your desktop.
Note:
On some machines, you may need to reboot before being able to use your
display dock.
Hardware installation
1. Connect the USB display dock:
Plug the USB 3.0 cable into the USB upstream connector on the back of the
display dock. A pop-up message will appear in the notification area of your
desktop indicating the completion of installation.
* Actual images will depend on your operating system. These screen shots are from Windows 7
and may vary slightly across operating systems.
2. Connecting an Ethernet network device:
a. Connect an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the Display dock.
b. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your network hub, switch, or
router.
3. Connecting a DVI/HDMI monitor:
For DVI ports: Use a DVI cable (not provided) to connect the DVI port to a
monitor equipped with a DVI input jack.
For HDMI ports: Use an HDMI cable (not provided) to connect the HDMI
port to a monitor equipped with an HDMI input jack.
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4. Connecting USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 devices:
Connect your USB devices to the USB ports on the display dock. As long as one
USB device is connected to a port and the connection works properly, make
sure it’s plugged into a working electrical outlet if your device (e.g. printer,
optical drive, etc.) came with its own AC adapter.
5. Connecting Microphones and Speakers/Headphones:
To connect your speaker/headphones, insert the plug into the green hole on the
front of the display dock. To connect a microphone, insert the plug into the pink
hole on the front of the display dock.
Verifying the Installation
Once you finish the installation, you can open the Windows Device Manager to
verify whether your USB 3.0 Display Dock has been properly installed. To access
the Device Manager:
In Windows 7: Right-click Computer on the desktop and click System
Properties>Device Manager.
In Windows XP: Right-click My Computer on the desktop and click Properties
> (Hardware) > Device Manager.
Under USB Display Adapters, you should see an item named USB3.0 Dual Display
Docking Station.
If there is a question or exclamation mark next to that item, then the driver is not
properly installed. Please delete the item, select the Delete the driver software
for this device option (if provided), unplug the adapter from your computer, and
then repeat the installation steps.
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3. Using the USB Display Dock
Configuring Displays
Behavior upon first connection:
When the USB Display Dock is connected, the firmware version will be checked by
the host’s software. If they do not match, the firmware on the device will be
updated. While the firmware is updating, a window similar to that shown below will
pop up.
Controlling the Display
When the USB Display Dock is attached, an icon will appear in the taskbar. This
gives you access to the DisplayLink Manager Menu.
To use the DisplayLink Manager Menu:
1. From the taskbar, click the “Show hidden icons” arrow to show all available
icons.
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2. Click the DisplayLink icon.
A menu will appear with several options. These are shown and described below:
Menu Option
Sub-menu Option
Description
DisplayLink
Manager
This is the UI title. Clicking on this item
will
open
the
Windows
screen
resolution.
Check for
Updates
Connects to the Microsoft Windows
Update Server to check for newer
software versions, and downloads them,
if available.
DisplayLink
Devices
Options to configure
this DisplayLink
device
In this section of the menu, a list of
connected DisplayLink devices will
appear. Each of these devices has its
own sub-configuration menu. These
Sub-menu options are covered in the
table below.
Audio Setup
Opens the Windows Audio Configuration window.
Video Setup
Opens the Windows Screen Resolution
window.
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Display Menu
Description
Displays a list of available resolutions.
Some resolutions may be enclosed by [ ].
This option is not available in mirror
mode, as the resolution is defined as the
resolution of the main monitor.
Screen
Resolution
Screen Rotation
Extend To
Normal
No rotation is applied to the DisplayLink
display.
Rotated Left
Rotates the extended or mirrored
display by 270 degrees clockwise.
Rotated Right
Rotates the extended or mirrored
display by 90 degrees clockwise.
Upside-Down
Rotates the extended or mirrored
display by 180 degrees clockwise.
Right
Extends the display to the right of the
main display.
Left
Extends the display to the left of the
main display.
Above
Extends the display above the main
display.
Below
Extends the display below the main
display.
Extend
Extends your Windows desktop onto
this display.
Set as Main
Monitor
Sets this screen as the main display.
Notebook
Monitor
Off
Switches off the display of the
notebook and makes the DisplayLink
display the main display.
Note: This option will only appear when 1
DisplayLink USB screen is connected. It will also
only appear on laptop computers.
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Copies what is on the main display and
reproduces it on this display.
Note: The resolution of this display and the
primary one must be the same in mirror mode. This
Mirror
may be lower than the preferred resolution of the
display.
It is only possible to mirror 2 displays. If
a display is already set to mirror mode,
this option will be grayed out for the
other DisplayLink displays.
Off
Switches off this display.
Optimize for
Video
Select this option for better movie
playback
performance
on
the
DisplayLink-enabled
displays.
Only
select this option when playing back
video content.
Fit to TV
If the Windows desktop does not
completely appear on the TV, this
option can be used to adjust the size of
the Windows desktop. See “Fit to TV”
for details on how to configure this
feature.
Note: This option will only appear when 1
DisplayLink USB screen is connected This option
will only work in extended mode. Selecting the
option in mirror mode will extend the displays.
To control the behavior of an attached USB 3.0 Display Dock (or screen), it is
possible to use the Windows Key+P to display a menu (and cycle through the
following options):
Disconnect Projector, Duplicate, Extend, Projector Only.
*Actual images will depend on your operating system. These screen shots are from Windows Vista
32-bit and may vary slightly across operating systems.
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4. Uninstalling the Driver
Uninstalling the Driver
Please take these steps to uninstall the driver:
1. Open the Control Panel, go to Programs and Features, and double-click
Uninstall a Program on Windows 7 or Add or Remove Programs on XP.
2. Select DisplayLink Graphics and click Uninstall.
3. Select [Yes] to continue the uninstall process.
4. Once uninstalled, you will be prompted to reboot.
5. Clicking [Yes] will cause the system to auto restart and complete the uninstall
process.
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5. Specifications
General
Host Interface
Compliant with USB 3.0, 2.0 specifications
Supported Operating
Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8
Systems
Ports and Connectors
Upstream
USB Hub Downstream
Ethernet
Video
1 x Upstream USB 3.0 Port (type-A male connector)
4 x Downstream USB 2.0 Port (type-A female connector)
2 x Downstream USB 3.0 Port (type-A female connector)
1 x Ethernet Port (10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet RJ-45 connector)
1 x DVI-I Port (24pin + 5pin female connector)
1 x HDMI 19pin female connector
Audio
1 x Microphone/Speaker combo (3.5mm audio jack)
Security Lock Slot
Industry-standard Kensington® security slot
LED
Power LED (Blue)
On: Power is supplied to the display dock.
Off: No power is supplied to the display dock.
Power
Power Mode
Power Adapter
Power Consumption
Self-powered
Input: AC 100-240V,50~60Hz
Output: DC 19V / 2A
Operation Mode: 14.43W
Suspended Mode : 0.5W
Features
Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
Two USB 3.0 downstream ports support Superspeed,
high-speed, and full-speed traffic
USB Downstream
Four USB 2.0 downstream ports support Superspeed,
high-speed, full-speed, and low-speed traffic.
Supports USB Battery Charging Specification v1.2 (SDP,
CDP, DCP) on 1 USB 3.0 downstream port.
IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3ab compatible
Ethernet
Supports IPv4/IPv6 .
Supports full duplex operation with IEEE 802.3x flow control
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Dual digital video outputs
Video
Extended Desktop (default), Mirrored Desktop, Primary Display
Supports High Resolution up to 2048 x 1152
Audio
2 CH Stereo output
Physical Specifications
Housing Material
ABS (Plastic) + Metal
Dimensions
220 x 90 x 25mm (H x W x D)
Weight
Approximately 460g
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
10-40°C
Storage Temperature
-10~80°C
Relative Humidity
< 85% non-condensing
Regulatory Compliances
Safety, EMI
FCC, CE
RoHS
RoHS compliant
* Specification is subject to change without further notice.
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6. Regulatory Compliance
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
FCC Warning:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
CE
This device complies with the following regulations:
EN 55 022: CLASS B
WEEE Information
For EU (European Union) member users:
According to the WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive, do
not dispose of this product as household waste or commercial waste. Electronic
equipment should be appropriately collected and recycled as required by practices
established for your country. For information on recycling this product, please
contact your local authorities, your household waste disposal service, or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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