E-Port+II: Visual Guide to your Dock

E-Port+II: Visual Guide to your Dock


Note: For a more detailed description about each location, please go to the system manuals at www.dell.com/manuals

This is a Guide to the port locations and external features of your E-Port +II dock.


Table of Contents:

  1. Front View
  2. Rear View
  3. Left View
  4. Right View
  5. AC Adapter View
  6. Connecting a system to this Dock
  7. Disconnecting a system from this Dock

Front View

Front View

(Fig.1 Front View)

1 Battery Bar Adjuster 2 Alignment Mark
3 Power Button 4 Docking LED
5 Eject Button 6 Docking Connector
Note: Some Latitudes have the docking connector closer to the rear of the system. This can leave a gap between the back of the docked system and the main section of the docking station. In those cases a spacer can be purchased from Dell Accessories to fill the gap in between the two devices.


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Rear View

Rear View

(Fig.2 Rear View)

1 E-Monitor Stand Connector 2 USB 2.0 or eSATA Connector
3 PS/2 Connector x2 4 USB 3.0 Connector x2
5 Serial Connector 6 VGA Connector
7 DisplayPort Connectors 8 AC Adapter Connector
9 Network Connector 10 Parallel Connector
11 DVI Connectors


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Left View

LHS View

(Fig.3 Left Hand Side View)

1 USB 2.0 Connector x3 2 Headphone Connector
3 Microphone Connector


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Right View

RHS View

(Fig.4 Right Hand Side View)

1 Eject Button 2 Security Cable Slot
3 Lock / Unlock Switch


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AC Adapter View

130W

(Fig.5 130W AC Adapter)

Type 130W Series Description
Input Voltage 100 VAC to 240 VAC
Output Power 130 W
Output Voltage 19.5 VDC

240W

(Fig.6 240W AC Adapter)

Type 240W Series (seen as 210W on Dock) Description
Input Voltage 100 VAC to 240 VAC
Output Power 240 W
Output Voltage 19.5 VDC


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Connecting a System to this Dock

Power Connection

(Fig.7 Connecting power to Dock)

  1. This dock can work off of the Notebooks Battery or you can connect an AC adapter.

  2. Have the dock in a location with enough space to support the system once it's docked.

  3. If the system has a battery that extends behind the machine, then use the slide at the rear of the dock to adjust the sliding block flush with the battery.

Securing Slide

(Fig.8 Dock securing slide)

  1. Push the locking switch at the right hand side of the dock towards the rear of the dock to unlock it. DO NOT try and dock a system with this switch locked.

Switch Lock

(Fig.9 System locking slide)

  1. Line up the alignment marks on the dock and the system and push firmly down to seat the system on the docking connector. (You should hear a click as it seats in place.)

Alignment Marks

(Fig.10 Align Dock connector)

  1. You can dock the system while it is turned on, however if you docked it whilst it was off - you can turn the system on by pressing the Power Button on either the system or the Dock.

  2. If it's doesn't boot correctly, undock the system and reseat it.


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Disconnecting a System from this Dock

  1. Push the lock switch towards the rear of the dock to unlock it.

  2. Press the Eject button on the dock to undock it. Lift the system up and away from the dock.

Eject Button

(Fig.11 System eject button)

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Article ID: SLN286230

Last Date Modified: 10/01/2018 03:10 AM


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