sDock Fix

No. sDock Fix wall mount can be mounted either horizontally or vertically. 

It is screwed tight. There are four outer and four inner holes for this. Flat washers are included, so that you can still align the bracket horizontally or vertically even with countersunk screws.

The RAL color is between RAL 9004 signal black and RAL 9005 deep black. The aluminum anodizing is matt.

A normal EU flush mount box with ø67mm and a depth of approx. 55mm is sufficient for s24_sCharge 12W or also for s28 _sCharge PoE FIT with Lightning or USB-C connector.

Yes. You can easily have a Skype conversation via an iPad on the wall, for example. Ja.

Yes, sDock Fix can be mounted either horizontally or vertically. The controls of the iPad remain easily accessible.

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You do not need to use a flush-mounted power supply. The mounting and power supply are independent of each other.

With the 1st generation, we still had a built-in small electronics in the base of the sDock. Now, we only use a well-mounted Lightning® cable.

Yes. You can easily have a Skype conversation via an iPad on the wall, for example. Ja.

As standard, sDock and also sDock Fix are available in the anodized colors silver and black. Special colors are possible. The smaller the quantity, the more expensive it is, because the one-time costs are then more significant. Please contact us.

Our sDock Fix models do not allow headphones to be plugged in when the iPad is in the mount. Only our sDock series wall mounts offer this option. However, we generally recommend the use of Bluetooth headphones.

You can charge any small iPad or iPhones in the sDock. There is a frame locking in the rear position for this purpose. However, turning the sDock is then not recommended: the iPhone or the small iPad could fall out in the 90º rotated position. 

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Yes. Our sDock and sDock Fix models are designed for Apple iPads only.

The USB A to USB-C (sXX-08-040) cable has a length of approx. 40cm. The USB A to Lightning® cable (sXX-01-040) also has a length of approx. 40 cm.

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sDock nano

sDock nano is currently available for iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone SE (2020) in black. = sDock nano SE.
The sDock nano for iPod Touch will be available in white from September 2021. = sDock nano iPT. 

The sDock nano SE for iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone SE (2020) is secured with a smart things key. The sDock nano iPT for iPodTouch is secured with an allen screw.

Netzteile 230V

The deep-set threaded bushings are M3. Similar to light switches, you could attach claws here that claw into the side of a cavity box, for example. So it would be an additional mounting option. The screws and claws are not included.

The s24 m sCharge 12W microUSB consists of a flush-mounted power supply 12W and a separate, approx. 40 cm long, adapter cable USB to micro-USB.
Thus, other cables with a USB plug can also be used for the power supply.

Yes that fits. But the can must be only 40mm deep.

No. They are not designed for this purpose.

The USB-A to Lightning®/microUSB/USB-C is loose- Another suitable cable can also be used.

You can connect it normally with 1 x L and 1 x N. The second connections in each case are bridged and intended for series connections.

The s24 sCharge 12W power supply provides an output voltage of 5 volts DC and 2.4 amps maximum at 230 V AC. Thus, s24 is suitable for all devices that need such a USB power supply. For the more powerful larger iPads with 12.9″, this is not quite enough in continuous operation if you run them with maximum screen brightness. However, reducing this to about 75% is sufficient for the s24.

Yes, a stronger USB-C UP power supply with up to 20W is now available. This product is called s48_sCharge 20W and is available with USB-C cable.

Power over Ethernet

s28 is designed for PoE+ or IEEE 802.3at up to 20V/1.15A = 25W.
For s28 L: not compatible with sDock series. Do not use Mfi-Lightning® cables, as some Mfi cables do not allow power + data supply via USB-C with the 25W that may be required (e.g.iPad Pro).

Both the s15 and the s25 require a double flush-mounted box. We have designed the s28 especially for European flush-mounted boxes. It is very compact and delivers data+power up to 25W. This makes it powerful enough even for 12.9″ large iPads or other tablets.

The s15 is an active splitter for a professional network according to IEEE 802.3af/at. For the passive model s25, an injector is additionally required as a power supplier.

Yes, when it used with a USB-C to Lightning® cable we offer, power and data are transferred. It should be noted that not all USB-C to Lightning® cables are designed to transfer data. Our cables have been specially designed for this purpose. For the USB-C devices, we recommend our s28 C with USB-C to USB-c cable.

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