- Lenovo Thinkpad OneLink+ : 40A40090US
- Model Number: DU9047S1
- ASM PN: SD20H13054
- FRU PN: 03X6296
- MT: 40A4
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Windows 10 - 1607 - 64bits- Lenovo Drivers : v11016 - 9 Sept 2016.
- DisplayLink Drivers (Manufacturer) - 31 Mar 2017
Ethernet Port:The ethernet port of the device is recognized as "Thinkpad OneDock Plus Ethernet":
Windows Hardware ID: USB\VID_17EF&PID_3054&REV_3001
Hardware ID: 17EF:3054
It has a Realtek chipset.
Also it see it as an USB-Ethernet device.
Display Ports:It has one VGA and two Display ports on the back. Lenovo has a great matrix of the supported resolution of the dock according to how many monitors you are plugging to it.
It is important to say that this dock does not has "DisplayLink" technology like a similar Thinkpad USB dock. This one depends on your installed Video chipset.
Audio:It is recognized as "Thinkpad OneLink Plus Dock Audio".
Windows HardwareID: USB\VID_17EF&PID_3055&REV_0109&MI_00
It seems to use a C-Media chipset.
This seem to be also an USB Audio device.
USBThe Dock has 4 USB 3.0 ports, one of those has the battery logo and it is yellow. You can charge your phone on that "battery port" even is the laptop is disconnected from the dock.
There are other two ports that are USB 2.0.
On my Thinkpad, the OneLink USB port shows like the USB Port 14 and Port 3.
Here it connects all the USB ports of the dock.
And it seems the recognized a Port 3 is also part of the dock.
Little UtilityThe Lenovo drivers also installs a little utility with Windows shortcuts to the video, audio, usb and network settings.
- Model: ADLX90NDC2A
- LC PN: 36200285
- LI-PN: 45N0243
- FRU: 45N0481
- Input: 100-240V-1.5A 50-60Hz
- Output: 20V - 4,5 A
|Trying to plug as much as possible to test|