200Mbps Mini HomePlug/Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter - £56.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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This Adapter will help you network better than ever, by turning your existing AC power lines in your home or office into a potential high-speed Ethernet network. Now you don’t have to drill through the walls or climb through the attic or cellar to install network cables. Just use the wires that already exist all over your house.

The size of the 7dayshop Mini Homeplug Adapter is 82mm (L) *52mm (W) *32mm (H). The world’s most compact housing design for discreet and versatile positioning. The Adapter is protected by a clear and crystal hard cover, sleek and stylish. It is designed with 360 degree rotary Power Plug, perfect for power outlets near the floor or corners!

For convenient setup, an encryption key can be quickly configured with the push of a button. The adapter implements 128-bit AES data encryption to protect your network from unauthorized invaders.

It delivers data transfer rates of up to 200 Mbps. This rapid transmission speed makes it ideal for bandwidth-intensive applications, guaranteeing smooth HD video streaming, lag-free online gaming experience.

This 200 Mbps Powerline Adapter is widely used together with internet enabled TV's such as Sony Bravia / Panasonic Viera and many more digital media devices, game consoles, print servers, computers, and network storage devices throughout your home, where there is requirement for high-quality data transmission through Ethernet connection.

Software can be downloaded here

Technical Specifications
Flash - Serial 16Mbits
Protocol/Standards - HomePlug AV 1.0, IEEE 802.3/3u, Co-exists with existing HomePlug 1.0
Frequency Band - 2-30MHz
Transmission Rate - 200Mbps / 65Mbps TCP / 90Mbps UDP
Range - Up to 200 metres (distance of powerline)
Operating System - Windows 98SE / 2000 / ME / XP 32 & 64 bit / Vista 32 & 64 bit / Windows 7 32 & 64 bit & Mac OS
QoS - Yes
IGMP - Support IGMP managed multicast sessions
Power Supply - 100-240Vac 2.5W
LED Indicators - 1 x Power LED (PWR) Data and Ethernet
Temperature - Operating : 0° to 45° C (32° to 122° F), Storage :-20° to 70° C (-13° to 158° F)
Humidity - Operating :30% to 90% Relative Humidity (Non-Condensing), Non-Operating : 30% to 95% Relative Humidity (Non-Condensing)
Dimensions - 82 x 52 x 32 mm
Weight (1) - 100g

What's In The Box
200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter x 3
User Guide
1.5m Patch Cable x 3
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#1
how do you add security to these?
#2
I have this set. Plugged them in and worked right away. Being able to rotate them is useful too. Really neat, once plugged in you can forget about them.
#3
Why is this cold this is a nice price :)

Link : http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=110817&PHPSESSID=nr8vog6ier9n1l84vf6vjt38s2

Edited By: RyanC on Feb 19, 2011 11:03
#4
montana78
how do you add security to these?


There should be software with it so you can setup a passkey for each plug, if not you can find it on the Internet
#5
how do you add security to these?


The "push of a button" in the description suggests that you do just that on each one to make them secure (just googled and that is how Solwise ones work).
But I thought unless you live in apartments or flats with the possibility of shared wiring, the signal won't get past the electricity meter.
#6
You can get the double-pack for £39 (a shade under £20 quid each) or this triple-pack for £57 (£19 each)

So..why is this cold?? Heat added!

Edited By: solid on Feb 19, 2011 11:25
#7
This is far the cheapest 200 Mbps triple pack you can get for this money shame they're missing the point
#8
Cracking deal, bought myself a set. Tnx OP!
#9
HOT from me.
#10
montana78
how do you add security to these?


Lock your front door
#11
Good. The only slight drawback is the lack of a through socket, so they use up a socket outlet, as of course they shouldn't be used with surge protected adapters.
#12
dont forget quidco ! u will get £1.71 back ! :)
#13
Seems like a good deal for 3.
Voted hot!
Quidco is only 1% now so alas on 57p cashback!!
#14
out of stock ordered 2 weeks ago still not got thats why cold i presume
#15
These things cause terrible interference at HF frequencies, and make it virtually impossible to listen to shortwave radio unless you are lucky enough to live in an isolated area.
Many radio amateurs have complained, but despite it being an offence under the Wireless Telegraphy act to cause interference, nothing gets done about it. These things (along with 'Home Hubs' should be banned.
#16
with a triple pack, i take I only get 2 extra Ethernet connection points at different locations, since of the plugs has to be connected to the router anyway ?
1 Like #17
waylonolivier1
These things cause terrible interference at HF frequencies, and make it virtually impossible to listen to shortwave radio unless you are lucky enough to live in an isolated area.
Many radio amateurs have complained, but despite it being an offence under the Wireless Telegraphy act to cause interference, nothing gets done about it. These things (along with 'Home Hubs' should be banned.


If only there were more than radio hams in UK then maybe someone would care. Especially as hardly anyone needs to use the Internet.

Voted hot.

Haven't seen this kind of price for 200 ones and 7dayshop is v reliable.
#18
out of stock
#19
just bear in mind these devices offer no surge protection
#20
Anyone know if these units are compatible with Devolo 200 units as I already have 2 of these but would like to extend the wired home network.
#21
Very good deal; still sounds far fetched that it all works.
#22
Great price be advised though cross compatability between brands is very poor even amongst compliant devices. Better to stick with one brand. These devices have encryption you can and should set them up with your own passwords etc. Many many times better than wifi for streaming and online gaming everyone I know that has used these would never go back to wifi which just about everything interferes with microwave ovens other wifi, wireless alarms. Etc etc etc.
#23
So tempted to get these! I agree with the earlier post that there should be more triple packs of these as one is taken up by the router straight out the box. A few friends have the netgear homeplugs and constantly sing their praises. Any idea what the latency is like using these?

I've been holding off buying the extra value twin pack off ebuyer for the past few months. At £22.50 per plug for those, this deal is definately a gooden! Although it does state they're on order so I think I'll hold off until they get them in stock. Might be some cheaper ones on the market by then, who knows!

Topcashback have 2.02% on 7dayshop atm incase anyone's interested.
#24
This was posted a month agao and went out of stock quite quickly. So I got a pair of 85mbps ones (29.99) as I only wanted them for gaming, but I can't get them to work. I've set them up right, swapped them round, tried them in plug sockets next to each other, and I always get limited connectivty on the lan connection on my laptop, and on the ps3, it always says it can't allocate and IP (which would be the router I presume.)

Using the diaognistic software found on the link from the product page, I have seen that them hardly ever 'see'' each other. They have detected each other just twice. I've tried it a few times, switching the on and off, or pluging all the connections in and restarting the router, but I can't get them to work. My house is only three years old, and the tests have been done on various sockets around the house.

Has anyone else had any problems?


Edited By: Wide Awake Jake on Feb 21, 2011 09:54
#25
Wide Awake Jake
This was posted a month agao and went out of stock quite quickly. So I got a pair of 85mbps ones (29.99) as I only wanted them for gaming, but I can't get them to work. I've set them up right, swapped them round, tried them in plug sockets next to each other, and I always get limited connectivty on the lan connection on my laptop, and on the ps3, it always says it can't allocate and IP (which would be the router I presume.)

Using the diaognistic software found on the link from the product page, I have seen that them hardly ever 'see'' each other. They have detected each other just twice. I've tried it a few times, switching the on and off, or pluging all the connections in and restarting the router, but I can't get them to work. My house is only three years old, and the tests have been done on various sockets around the house.

Has anyone else had any problems?


Whilst I don't have these myself. From reading comments and reviews about them, I believe in order to sync the two plugs you need to plug them into whichever sockets you want them in, connect one to your router using an ethernet cable, and the other to your computer again using an ethernet cable. Then press the button on one of the plugs and release (A light should begin to flicker on the plug constantly), then go to the other plug and do the same. Once you've pushed the button on the second plug the lights on both should flicker momentarily, then remain on constantly and only flicker once data is being transferred.

You should have some software which will enable you to change the network name/password.

Edited By: ClubLife on Feb 21, 2011 10:26
1 Like #26
scotlandgolfer
just bear in mind these devices offer no surge protection

So run everything ELSE through surge protectors, hardly a big deal.
That's why the through-socket type are handy, you can then plug in your surge protector into that and not block up an extra socket.
#27
Available on Ebuyer today only for £20 single Belkin powerline adapter http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149603http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149602
or twinpack for £40 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149602
Postage is free on orders over £50 (add about £4 for these items under £50).
Better brand IMHO.

Edited By: jeelz on Feb 21, 2011 13:43
1 Like #28
waylonolivier1
These things cause terrible interference at HF frequencies, and make it virtually impossible to listen to shortwave radio unless you are lucky enough to live in an isolated area.Many radio amateurs have complained, but despite it being an offence under the Wireless Telegraphy act to cause interference, nothing gets done about it. These things (along with 'Home Hubs' should be banned.

Use a phone or internet to communicate then, this is afterall 2011! ;)
#29
ClubLife
Wide Awake Jake
This was posted a month agao and went out of stock quite quickly. So I got a pair of 85mbps ones (29.99) as I only wanted them for gaming, but I can't get them to work. I've set them up right, swapped them round, tried them in plug sockets next to each other, and I always get limited connectivty on the lan connection on my laptop, and on the ps3, it always says it can't allocate and IP (which would be the router I presume.) Using the diaognistic software found on the link from the product page, I have seen that them hardly ever 'see'' each other. They have detected each other just twice. I've tried it a few times, switching the on and off, or pluging all the connections in and restarting the router, but I can't get them to work. My house is only three years old, and the tests have been done on various sockets around the house.Has anyone else had any problems?
Whilst I don't have these myself. From reading comments and reviews about them, I believe in order to sync the two plugs you need to plug them into whichever sockets you want them in, connect one to your router using an ethernet cable, and the other to your computer again using an ethernet cable. Then press the button on one of the plugs and release (A light should begin to flicker on the plug constantly), then go to the other plug and do the same. Once you've pushed the button on the second plug the lights on both should flicker momentarily, then remain on constantly and only flicker once data is being transferred.You should have some software which will enable you to change the network name/password.

Thanks for the reply, but I couldn't see any button on them at all. I'll have a recheck later - but the instructions don't mention a sync button, and there isn't one on the units.
#30
Wide Awake Jake

Thanks for the reply, but I couldn't see any button on them at all. I'll have a recheck later - but the instructions don't mention a sync button, and there isn't one on the units.


No problem. I was looking at a pic of them earlier just after you posted and I think there's one on the underside of the plug next to the ethernet port?

Click here for the picture of what I was looking at
#31
I can't follow that link for some reason, and if I try to cut and paste it in a browser it just tries to download a php file. But, please let it be true!!! I'll check when I get home.
#32
Wide Awake Jake
I can't follow that link for some reason, and if I try to cut and paste it in a browser it just tries to download a php file. But, please let it be true!!! I'll check when I get home.

Right - I can see if you click more images on the product page -

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=110819

on image number 4, there's no button. But on image 2, you can make out a black mark on the bottom of it, so hopefully it's that, but I am sure I would have noticed it after spending hours fiddling around with them.

Cheers anyway - I'll let you know if I can find it.


Edit - on the pictures for the 200 mbps ones, on image 5 - there's a button there. Hopefully it will be there on mine, and it's just me being thick. But it's mentions nothing about them in the instructions, unless it's just me not reading them properly (which is likely). I'll post the findings back here later. Fingers crossed.

Edited By: Wide Awake Jake on Feb 21, 2011 16:35
#33
Wide Awake Jake
Wide Awake Jake
I can't follow that link for some reason, and if I try to cut and paste it in a browser it just tries to download a php file. But, please let it be true!!! I'll check when I get home.


Right - I can see if you click more images on the product page -

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=110819

on image number 4, there's no button. But on image 2, you can make out a black mark on the bottom of it, so hopefully it's that, but I am sure I would have noticed it after spending hours fiddling around with them.

Cheers anyway - I'll let you know if I can find it.


Edit - on the pictures for the 200 mbps ones, on image 5 - there's a button there. Hopefully it will be there on mine, and it's just me being thick. But it's mentions nothing about them in the instructions, unless it's just me not reading them properly (which is likely). I'll post the findings back here later. Fingers crossed.


Hm that's weird, the link works fine for me. And I see what you mean about the pictures, the one on the 85Mbps definately shows some with, and some without the button on the bottom. Very strange! Hopefully it'll be as simple as missing it and they'll work :D
#34
Checked last night and there are no sync buttons on the 85mbps ones.
I've bought them into work and tried them out here incase it was something to do with my router at home and they still act the same way - ie don't work. Guess they will be going back.

Cheers for your help anyway.
#35
just ordered these. hopefully they will work ok!
#36
still no stock.
#37
Back in stock.....
#38
Tempted by these.
Gives me a reason to buy the battery charger i meant to buy months ago at the same time...

Whats the technical complications with these using different wiring or rings, cant remember the exact phrase.

Our 'master socket' was moved upstairs so i got the best signal for the router to connect to. The router is upstairs and these plugs would be going downstairs, is that ok?
#39
anyone get these to work, i can get them working with my sky box for anytime but if i connect them to a laptop i just get 'limited connectivity' and no internet connection, driving me insane!!

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