This guide will walk you through the hardware setup for the Enplug WDK4, our Windows Device Kit, which allows you to power up to 4 displays at once.
Contents of this guide
This Windows Device Kit supports a 4 display video wall (4x1, 1x4, or 2x2) or less (3x1, 1x3, 2x1, or 1x2).
WDK4 Device (and power supply)*
4 displays (and their power cords)
1 HDMI cable*
1 DisplayPort to HDMI cable*
2 USB-C to HDMI cables*
Keyboard and mouse
*Items included in Enplug Windows Device Kit 4 (WDK4)
- Operating System: Windows 10
- Memory: 4GB DDR4 3200MHz SO-DIMM
- Storage: 256GB M.2 SATA SSD
- Wireless Data Network: Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200 (2.4GHz/5GHz)
- LAN: Gigabit LAN, Realtek® 8111EP
- Power Supply: 19Vdc, 3.42A, 65W Power Adapter
- Device Dimensions: 11.5 x 11.5 x 4.9 cm
- Weight: 700 g
- Resolution: 4K/60Hz
- Cable Length
- Power: 7.5 ft
- HDMI: 6ft
- USB-C to HDMI: 6ft
- DisplayPort to HDMI: 6 ft
Plug the WDK4 Device and all the displays into power.
Connect the HDMI cable from the back of the WDK4 Device to Display 1.
- Connect the DisplayPort cable from the back of the WDK4 Device to an HDMI port on Display 2.
Connect the first USB-C cable from the back of the WDK4 Device to an HDMI port on Display 3.
- Connect the second USB-C cable from the front of the WDK4 Device to an HDMI port on Display 4.
- If you are using Ethernet, connect your Ethernet cable to the WDK4 Device. If you're using Wi-Fi, configure it during the software setup.
Turn the WDK4 Device on.
After booting up, you will be automatically logged in as the Enplug User.
Now you're ready to configure the graphics software to complete your video wall. Check out this guide to do so.