Product Brief 
Connect a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with dual USB-C ports to two DisplayPort monitors, two USB devices, RJ45 Gigabit LAN, SD/Micro SD & USB-C power delivery.. 

• 2 x USB-C Male Connectors 
• 2 x DisplayPort Female Connectors 
• 2 x USB 3.0 USB-A Female Connectors 
• 1 x RJ45 Female Gigabit LAN Connector 
• 1 x SD Card Reader Slot 
• 1 x Micro SD Card Reader Slot 
• 1 x USB-C Female Connector for power only 
• USB 3.0 ports support data transfer up to 5Gbps 
• USB-C PD (Power Delivery) supports 100W charging 
• Supports mirror or extended desktop mode 
• Extend your MacBook display across 2 separate monitors 
• Supports dual DisplayPort at 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 @60Hz* 
• Plug and Play - no drivers or software required 

* For 15” MacBook Pro 2017 or later & 16” MacBook Pro 
   For other MacBook Pro models & MacBook  Air, this adapter supports dual monitors with 1 x 4K @60Hz & 1 x 4K @30Hz 
* Supports dual monitors for MacBooks with an Intel chip but only supports a single monitor for MacBooks with the new M1 or M2 chip 


Q: I have a MacBook and the adapter is plugged in but only one display is working?
A: This adapter will support dual monitors on Intel based MacBook's. On newer M1 & M2 based MacBook's, the MacOS only supports one external monitor. Apple only support multiple monitors on MacBook's with the M1 Pro & M1 Max Chip. If you have a MacBook with a new M1 or M2 chip and need multiple monitors please try our new KCMPH2DL

Q: I have the LAN port connected but I cant access the Internet
A: Check the LED lights on the RJ45 port, if your green LED is illuminated you have a successful connection to your network. If you have this green light but no yellow light which shows activity check your network adapter, router or contact your ISP to ensure your Internet connection is active

Q: The adapter is connected but is unresponsive, what should I do?
A: Sometimes after a longer period of inactivity the sleep function may not wake up in normal way. In this case, or if the adapter becomes unresponsive, first try unplugging and re plugging the USB-C connection, if this fails, disconnect the adapter from the power and re boot your system, if you are still having problems please contact Comsol support