Orders will be shipped via Standard Shipping. Targus defines Standard Shipping as FedEx Ground, FedEx Home Delivery, USPS First Class Package, or USPS Priority services depending on the weight and size of the items ordered and the shipping address. Offer valid for addresses located within the United States of America, including AK and HI. U.S. Territories and Possessions and all international shipping are excluded from the free shipping offer. Offer subject to adjustment due to returns, cancellations, and exchanges. Targus is not responsible for shipping delays caused by incorrect addresses, inclement weather, email or computer malfunctions, or any other causes beyond our control.
It may appear that some USB Type-C docking stations, hubs, and adaptors do not work in applications requiring USB Type-C Power Delivery Pass-Through.This is the case when an undersized Power Supply Unit (PSU) is used.All of the power sinks (host and device) in the USB Type-C PD connection, even the device with the PD Pass-Though port, must be considered when sizing the source (PSU). For this reason, a given PSU that worked just fine with the PC it came with does not appear to work when used on a PD Pass-Through port device.Many PC come with a 45W Type-C PSU that will not work when connected through a PD device that itself reserves 15W for its functionality, leaving only 30W for the original PC.In this example it was noted that some PC (Dell) will establish a PD contract, but pop-up warnings that an undersized PSU is being utilized and battery power will also be needed.Other PC (HP) will give similar pop-up warnings, and even establish a PD contract, but they will not actually accept any power from the PSU PD Pass-Through port and use will use their battery power exclusively.For this example, a 60W power supply was needed with the device PD Pass-Through port.None of Targus' devices with PD Pass-Through appear to be affected since they do not reserve as much power as others tested.