VOLANS VL-UCQDMD USB-C Quadruple Display DP Alt. Mode Docking Station – With 100W Power Delivery

This USB-C Docking Station is designed for extra connectivity demands which you can extend the connection of a computer to multiple devices via USB-C interface. In addition, the docking station is equipped with 4 display video outputs. With Quadruple display simultaneously, it allows you to split up the content to multi-stream display devices when the system supports the function. The docking station provides all connections you need include: 3x HDMI, and one DP port. Enjoy the speedy transmission and excellent picture quality of 4K video.

* For 2020 and 2022 M1/M2 Macbook and Mac Mini model, only mirror mode is supported from HDMI 2, HDMI 3 and DP. If use HDMI 1 together with HDMI 2 or 3 or DP, only 1 video output will work.

** This model doesn’t support DisplayLink software.

Important Notes

1. For HDMI output, the USB-C port of your device (PC) should support video output.

2. USB-A ports will not support Apple SuperDrive or charge iPads and other Tablets.

3. Some 2.4 GHz wireless devices such as wireless keyboard/mouse adapter may not work in close proximity to USB 3.0 devices or hubs. Connecting to a USB 2.0 port is recommended.

4. This Docking Station can be powered by USB-C port, however we still recommand to use your laptop charger or external USB-C wall charger (65W or higher) for best experience.

5. For safety, please use your original or a third-party certified charger and cable to charge your Laptop/MacBook.

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HDMI 1: up to 4K@60Hz resolution (single display)

HDMI 2: up to 4K@60Hz resolution (work separately while the Laptop is DP1.4) / up to 4K@30Hz resolution (work separately while the Laptop is DP1.2)

HDMI 3: up to 4K@30Hz resolution (single display)

Display Port: up to 4K@60Hz resolution (work separately while the Laptop is DP1.4) / up to 4K@30Hz resolution (work separately while the Laptop is DP1.2)

2x USB-A 2.0: Up to 480Mbps data speed. Design for the connection of 2.4 GHz wireless devices, such as wireless keyboards/mouse adapters etc.

3x USB-A 3.0: 5Gb/s data speed, backwards compatible with USB2.0/USB1.1

SD & Micro SD Card Reader: Read: 50-104MB/s; Write: 30-80MB/s; SD/TF support working simultaneously. Data transfer rates are subject to the speed of the memory card itself and your computer’s USB port.

USB-C Port 1: Data Transfer up to 5Gb/s data speed.

USB-C Port 2: Power Delivery (PD3.0). Upstream charging the source devices such as Laptop/Notebook, charging limited to 87-96W for safety and affected by different firmware. Support 100W power adapter. Please make sure your device support power delivery protocol.

USB-C Port 3/4: Connect to host 1/2, input only.

3.5mm Audio: 2-in-1 jack (CTIA Standard)

RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet: Up to 1000Mbps, stable wired access for high-speed connectivity. Connect to the internet instantly via a wired gigabit Ethernet port.

M.2 SATA 3.0 NGFF SSD Enclosure: Transfer speed: 5Gbps. Exclusively designed for SATA-based M.2 NGFF (B key & B+M Key) SSD ONLY. Support SSD lengths including: 80mm (2280), 60mm (2260), 42mm(2242) and 30mm (2230) M.2 NGFF SATA SSD up to 2TB.

* NOTE: It doesn’t support M.2 NVMe PCI-E SSDs, M.2 PCIe AHCI SSDs, or other M.2 non-SATA devices.


1. This product support SST (Single-Stream Transport) & MST (Multi-Stream Transport).

2. HOST 1 powers HDMI 1 ONLY! Other ports except HDMI 1 are controlled by HOST 2 system. For some Windows laptops only equipped with one USB-C port, we suggest you connect to HOST 2 to get peripheral devices working via USB-C cable.

3. For HOST 2 system, if your Windows laptop is using Intel Graphics Card, maximal 3 screens will be on due to chipset limitation. For AMD graphics cards, there’s no such restriction.


If any external Display is unplugged, the computer will resume display. When the Third display is reinserted, the computer will re-detect each display, and sometimes it will need to re-enter the settings panel and re-set it. If the Display is not arranged from left to right, swap the HDMI output interface to the HDMI cable, or drag the 1 2 3 sort as shown below to achieve the desired sort.

Resolution Chart