Atomos USB-C 3.1 Powered Docking Station

BH #ATOMDCK004 • MFR #ATOMDCK004
Atomos USB-C 3.1 Powered Docking Station
Key Features
  • Offload Dock for Atomos Drive Caddies
  • Efficiently Offload Direct to Computer
  • Features Power Port for RAID Caddy Cable
  • USB-C 3.1 Connector Cable
A low-profile offload dock for your Atomos drive caddies, the Atomos USB-C 3.1 Powered Docking Station will be an elegant addition to your computer desk as well as compact accessory for your transport bag. It supports a single drive caddy at a time and efficiently offloads the drive contents direct to your computer via an integrated USB cable.
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Atomos ATOMDCK004 Overview

A low-profile offload dock for your Atomos drive caddies, the Atomos USB-C 3.1 Powered Docking Station will be an elegant addition to your computer desk as well as compact accessory for your transport bag. It supports a single drive caddy at a time and efficiently offloads the drive contents direct to your computer via an integrated USB cable.

Both Master Caddy and Master Caddy II models are supported. This powered model is an upgrade over the Atomos USB 3.0 docking station, additionally featuring support for an Atomos RAID Caddy power cable for if you ever need to connect a RAID caddy, and it's slightly smaller and shorter than the previous model. The integrated USB cable features one USB-C 3.1 connector.

UPC: 814164021098

Atomos ATOMDCK004 Specs

Supported Caddy ModelsMaster Caddy, Master Caddy II
USB Connectors1 x USB-C 3.1
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.155 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.45 x 3.1 x 0.9"
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Will this work with the Atom X drives?

Will this work with the Atom X drives?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it is a must
Answered by: raymond
Date published: 2019-02-27

is it the same speed as Atomos Powered Docking ...

is it the same speed as Atomos Powered Docking Station with USB 3.1 Gen 1?
Asked by: piboon
Hello Piboon, yes, all of the Atomos USB Docking are buss powered.
Answered by: Atomos Expert
Date published: 2020-12-11

Is this USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Gen 1?

Is this USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Gen 1?
Asked by: Luke
USB-C 3.1, gen 1
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-08-31

Are there standard 5.25 inch drive bays that I ...

Are there standard 5.25 inch drive bays that I could install in my PC case that will read these SSD Mini's? If there was a SATA connection drive bay that I could install to read these SSD Mini's it would make my life a lot easier than having to sit the docking station on top of my chassis all the time.
Asked by: Cole
Hello Cole, the MINI SSD's are still a standard SATA connector so yes you can use any SATA bay readers, pretty much.
Answered by: Atomos Expert
Date published: 2020-05-15

Is it faster than usb3.0?

Is it faster than usb3.0?
Asked by: piboon
The 3.1 is about 10% (NOT 10X) faster on sequential reads and sequential writes (the most meaningful measure if you're using best practices -- a freshly formatted disk to write then later read video files). For random reads/writes using high queue with high thread count, the numerical differences were meaningful (but may not show in practice for video work) and for random reads/writes using low queue and low thread count, a marginal difference is seen. Details follow. I ran CrystalDiskMark 7.0 using the same SSD (a Samsung EVO 850 480GB) with each dock (the ATOMDCK003 --USB A 3.0 and ATOMDCK004 --USB C 3.1) plugged directly into my HP Spectre laptop native ports. I used default settings, which produce 8 results (2 sequential read, 2 random read, 2 sequential write and 2 random write results, average of 5 tests for each result and using 1 GiB file size). The 3.1 was slightly faster on sequential reads and sequential writes -- 464 (8 queues, 1 thread) and 443 MB/s (1 queue, 1 thread) compared to 426 and 422 MB/s read speeds, and 465 (8 queues, 1 thread) and 438 MB/s (1 queues, 1 thread) compared to 431 and 429 MB/s write speeds. For random reads/writes using high queue with high thread count, -- 127 MB/s read vs. 24 MB/s -- call that a factor of 5, and 90 vs. 40 MB/s write speeds -- a bit more than a factor of 2 (32 queues, 16 threads for those numbers). For random reads and writes with 1 queue and 1 thread, the numbers were only marginally better for the 3.1 compared to the 3.0 (24 vs 22 read and 33 vs 27 write).
Answered by: Matthew
Date published: 2020-01-02
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