Certified Reliability—Thunderbolt Certified to ensure maximum functionality, the Plugable 1M (3.3ft) Thunderbolt cable delivers 240W (48V/5A), 40Gbps data transfer speeds, and supports two 4K screens or one 8K screen
Maximum Charging—This USB Extended Power Range (EPR) cable is capable of carrying a massive 240W (48V/5A), compared to previous 100W available through USB Power Delivery (PD) cables. Compatible charging with just about any USB-C device
Display and Resolution Support—See the whole picture. This Thunderbolt 4 USB-C cable support for dual extended 4K screens at 60Hz, or one 8K screen at 30Hz when paired with a compatible hub or docking station
Certified Compatibility—Thunderbolt Certified and built to Plugable’s highest standards. It has been rigorously tested in a variety of environments and scenarios. It should work in just about any Thunderbolt 4 / 3, USB4, or USB-C port you can find
2 Year Warranty—We love our Plugable products, and hope you will too. All of our products are backed with a 2-year limited parts and labor warranty as well as Seattle-based email support
The Plugable Thunderbolt 4 EPR cable is built to deliver a true Thunderbolt experience.
Incredibly fast 40Gbps data transfer speeds and support for two 4K screens or one 8K screen is just the start. With Extended Power Range (EPR), this cable is built with the future in mind and can deliver up to 240W. And because it’s Thunderbolt Certified, it can be used as a Thunderbolt 3 cable in your Thunderbolt 3 dock—and that’s true for USB-C and USB4, too.
240W Extended Power Range
When we say this cord offers Extended Power Range (EPR), we mean it can carry up to 240W, unlike previous generations of cables that max out at 100W.
For many, this will be considered a fast charging option. And that’s no surprise, because with 240W, you can power just about any laptop on the market, and those to come.
As more devices begin to integrate EPR functionality, you’ll find this cable has you future-proofed.
Often overlooked, the cables connecting our computers to their peripherals have an important part to play. That’s why our Thunderbolt 4 EPR cables are Thunderbolt Certified, it’s the only official way to ensure you’re getting complete compatibility and reliability. That means this cable with speeds up to 40Gbps, 240W 48V/5A EPR, is backward compatible with previous generations of Thunderbolt and USB.
Future-Proof with Thunderbolt 4
Thunderbolt 4, USB4, or USBC to USBC cable, what is it? All of the above. And a little more.
This cable is Thunderbolt 4 certified, and that comes with some incredible benefits. Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, or USB-C, it doesn’t matter, the Plugable Thunderbolt 4 EPR cable will work. Even at a full meter (3.3ft), you won't see a decrease in performance.
It should be noted that actual performance is determined by the capabilities of the host and peripheral(s).
Compatible with Thunderbolt 4, USB4, Thunderbolt 3, and USB-C hosts (Windows, macOS, Linux, ChromeOS) as well as Thunderbolt 4, USB4, Thunderbolt 3, and USB-C docks, hubs, storage devices, monitors, tablets, phones and eGPUs.
Connect one end of the USB-C cable to the host device.
Connect the other end of the USB-C cable to the other desired device.
Yes, Thunderbolt 4 cables can support up to 240W of power allowing you to keep your devices charged, but some cables may not offer the full 240W capability and instead offer a maximum of 100W of Power Delivery.
While the TBT4-240W-1M and USB4-240W-1M are essentially identical in terms of specifications, the TBT4-240W-1M has passed Intel's notoriously rigorous Thunderbolt™ Certification, which makes it officially Thunderbolt™ Certified.
The USB4-240W-1M is USB-IF Certified, which is another set of high standards to ensure functionality and interoperability. While it is not officially Thunderbolt™ Certified, it is still fully compatible with Thunderbolt™ devices. The TBT4-240W-1M is also USB-IF Certified.
In either case, you can be confident that our cables will be compatible with your Thunderbolt™ and USB4 devices!
The new USB Power Delivery specifications allow for the delivery of up to 240W via a USB Type-C cable (an increase from the previous 100W max). The previous Power Delivery range has been relabeled as Standard Power Range (SPR), and the new specifications (between 100W and 240W), have been labeled as Extended Power Range (EPR).