StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M 1m



Power Cable, Yes, Device Cable, IEC 60320 C5, BS 1363, Black

StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M 1m properties

Product namePXTNB3SUK1M 1m
TypePower Cable
Cable Length1.0 m
Contact for Power SourceBS 1363
ConnectorIEC 60320 C5
Area of Use (Cable)Device Cable
Maximum Power (without spikes)2.5 A
Weight155.0 g

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the recommended maximum power rating for devices connected to the StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M USB Type-C hub with a 1-meter cable?

The PXTNB3SUK1M USB Type-C Hub with a 1-meter cable supports a maximum power delivery of up to 60W for devices connected through the USB Type-C port. This is suitable for charging and powering most modern laptops, tablets, and smartphones that support USB Power Delivery (PD) protocol. However, please refer to your device's specifications to ensure compatibility and verify if it requires a higher power rating.

How do I properly connect and use the StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M 1m USB-C to HDMI adapter for my laptop with a USB-C port?

To properly connect and use the StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M USB-C to HDMI adapter, follow these steps:

1. Make sure your laptop has a USB-C port that supports DisplayPort Alternate Mode (DP Alt Mode). This feature allows USB-C devices to output video signals directly to an external display. Plug one end of the StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M adapter into your laptop's USB-C port. Make sure you align the connector correctly to avoid damaging either the adapter or the port. Connect the other end of the adapter to an HDMI-compatible display using a standard HDMI cable. Again, make sure the connections are aligned properly and securely. Press the Windows key + P on your laptop to bring up the projector settings menu. Choose "Duplicate" or "Extend" depending on how you want your screens to function. Duplicate" displays the same image on both screens, while "Extend" lets you use both screens separately. Adjust the display settings in Windows as needed. For example, you may need to change the resolution of your external display to match that of your laptop's built-in screen. Close the projector settings menu when you're done. Your laptop should now be displaying content on both the built-in screen and the external display. Note: If you're experiencing any issues with connectivity or performance, make sure you have updated your laptop's drivers to the latest version. Additionally, you may need to change the power management settings of your USB-C ports to ensure they provide enough power for the adapter and external display. With these steps, you should be able to easily connect and use the StarTech PXTNB3SUK1M USB-C to HDMI adapter with your laptop's USB-C port and an external display.