Dell Commercial Docks boost productivity for end users by making it easy to connect to and charge their PCs faster than any other dock available1 . Our docks are easy to deploy, manage and upgrade so IT staff can be more productive as well.

Increase your power delivery and charge quicker with a dock that delivers up to 90 Watts of power allowing for an 80% charge in one hour with Dell ExpressCharge3 . Get more done even faster, with Dell ExpressCharge Boost, a feature that provides up to a 35% charge in just 20 minutes4 on compatible FASTEST systems.




Thunderbolt 3 (Type-C)

Video Ports

  • USB 3.1 Gen1/Gen2 Type-C with DisplayPort 1.4 or HDMI2.0 x1
  • DisplayPort++ 1.4 x2
  • Rear Thunderbolt 3 (Type-C), when connected to a Thunderbolt 3 host.

Audio Ports

  • Front Headset connector x1
  • Rear Line out x1

Network Port

  • Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45) x1
  • Support Wake On LAN from S3, S4, or S5 sleep state with select Dell systems. See platform setup guide for more details.
  • Support MAC Address Pass-Through with select Dell systems. See platform setup guide for more details.

USB Ports

  • Front USB 3.1 Gen1 x1: Dell PowerShare BC1.2; 2 A @ 5 V (max 10 W)
  • Front USB 3.1 Gen1/Gen2 Type-C: 1.5 A @ 5 V (max 7.5 W)
  • Rear USB 3.1 Gen1 x2: 0.9 A @ 5 V (max 4.5 W)
  • Rear USB 3.1 Gen1/Gen2 Type-C with DisplayPort 1.4 x1: 1.5 A @ 5 V (max 7.5 W) @ 5 V (max 15 W)
  • Rear Thunderbolt Type-C Port: 3 A @ 5 V (max 15 W)

DC-in Port

7.4 mm DC-in port x1

USB Type-C cable length

0.8 m

Power delivery

Dell systems
  • 130 W power capability to Dell systems with 180 W AC-adapter
Non-Dell systems
  • Maximum 90 W to Non-Dell system with 180 W AC-adapter


Barcode # 656874980872
Brand Dell
brand Dell
type Docking Station
model WD19
Unit Of Measure ea

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