200Mbps Mini HomePlug / Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter - Extra Value Triple Pack - £56.99 @ 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
Your text here
Here is a link to the product that works OK.
Looks like a great product for the price.
#2
Seems like a decent price for 3, I'm going to wait to see what other people have to say about them before buying.
#3
I have Homeplugs but not these type I have Solwise ones. they are brilliant and I scrapped all my wireless connections (Xbox etc) as this is a vastly superior way of connecting.
#4
I use Homeplugs as well and they are brilliant,the price of these are very good.

If you need a tidy wireless setup --go for these.
banned#5
wakeywarrior
I have Homeplugs but not these type I have Solwise ones. they are brilliant and I scrapped all my wireless connections (Xbox etc) as this is a vastly superior way of connecting.

Not if you're in the bathroom!!! :p
#6
I've got the 85 mbps ones of these that I run my my ps3 and laptop thru. They are fine for that.
My first pair were duff (well, at least one of them was) and didn't see each other.

I emailed them, then printed out a prepaid returns label from their website and sent it back, and got a new working pair about a week later.

I would have got the 200 mbps ones, but they were oos when I decided to get them, but tbh, the 85 are as fast as you need just for the ps3. At some point I will setup sky anytime+ thru them and will post how they perform on that.
#7
these are good. heated
#8
Do these things have to be plugged into the main wall socket or do they work just as well if plugged into a four gang extension for example
#9
Jeevester
Do these things have to be plugged into the main wall socket or do they work just as well if plugged into a four gang extension for example


They work fine in extension leads. I've been using a mix of wireless and these (for the more hard to reach parts of the house) for a few years now. I have found that they seem to die every 12 to 18 months, but I always keep a spare in the house.
1 Like #10
Would these work with my 200 Mbps Zyxel Homeplugs?
#11
Apologies for my ignorance, but can somebody please explain what these are actually used for? In short I am due fibre optic in December this year, but at the moment I get download speeds of around 2Mb, which even I know is appalling! Will these things in any way, shape or form, improve that speed? Thanks in advance
#12
Zeddsded
Jeevester
Do these things have to be plugged into the main wall socket or do they work just as well if plugged into a four gang extension for example

They work fine in extension leads. I've been using a mix of wireless and these (for the more hard to reach parts of the house) for a few years now. I have found that they seem to die every 12 to 18 months, but I always keep a spare in the house.
Thanks
#13
studavis
Would these work with my 200 Mbps Zyxel Homeplugs?


As they are AV 200 mpbs standard homeplugs they should do.
#14
I have this set and they've been great. Worked out if the box and there quite small. Being able to rotate them is also very useful.
#15
grundig1987:
These will not improve your speed directly provided from your ISP provider.

They are used to turn your mains cables (your wall plug sockets) into a network, removing the need to rely on wireless routers, which can be troublesome in houses with thick granite walls. Unless your wireless signal (assuming your using a wireless router) is weak, these will not improve your speed.
#16
MuscleFlex
wakeywarrior
I have Homeplugs but not these type I have Solwise ones. they are brilliant and I scrapped all my wireless connections (Xbox etc) as this is a vastly superior way of connecting.


Not if you're in the bathroom!!! :p

Do you often use your PC in the bathroom? (_;)
#17
loopie
studavis
Would these work with my 200 Mbps Zyxel Homeplugs?


As they are AV 200 mpbs standard homeplugs they should do.


Thanks - the twin pack is £38.99 delivered too if you don't want 3.
#18
I have grabbed a set of these, should come in useful getting rid of those pesky network cables!
#19
Anybody know if you can use thes with an existing setup - I have asus 200mbps plaugs at the moment can I connect these, will they be compatible?
#20
Have Sky broadband, their supplied router doesnt have the best range on wireless for devices I have in the conservatory. I have an Xbox360/PC which run wirelessly that Im looking to switch to one of these and disable the need for wireless. I take it that its one ethernet connection per adapter?
#21
hughwi
I have grabbed a set of these, should come in useful getting rid of those pesky network cables!

Um they still have network cables to connect to your devices from the homeplugs (_;)
#22
Is this particular model definitely OK when used plugged into a trailing socket?
#23
can anyone tell me if having these over the 85mps ones will help streaming full hd video files from my server to my revo? i get a lot of buffering at the moment
#24
Been waiting for a really good deal on these. Ordered!
#25
Mottmania
Is this particular model definitely OK when used plugged into a trailing socket?


One of mine is plugged in to a 4m extension lead, if that's what you mean.
#26
Anybody know if these will work with Virgin Media Broadband (Fibre Optic) or does it only work with ADSL modems?

Thanks
#27
Anfield786
Anybody know if these will work with Virgin Media Broadband (Fibre Optic) or does it only work with ADSL modems?

Thanks


No issue - just run a cable from router to first plug, then at the other end of the house from other plug to PC/XBox/whatever.
#28
posted this on old deal by accident...

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?
#29
gooners
Have Sky broadband, their supplied router doesnt have the best range on wireless for devices I have in the conservatory. I have an Xbox360/PC which run wirelessly that Im looking to switch to one of these and disable the need for wireless. I take it that its one ethernet connection per adapter?

In theory you need one for each device and one at the router end

however if the pc / xbox etc... are all near each other you could get away with one at the router end - another near the devices and then a cheap 10/100 switch (say a 4 port) that you connect your pc / xbox to etc..
#30
DuncanMiller
gooners
Have Sky broadband, their supplied router doesnt have the best range on wireless for devices I have in the conservatory. I have an Xbox360/PC which run wirelessly that Im looking to switch to one of these and disable the need for wireless. I take it that its one ethernet connection per adapter?

In theory you need one for each device and one at the router end

however if the pc / xbox etc... are all near each other you could get away with one at the router end - another near the devices and then a cheap 10/100 switch (say a 4 port) that you connect your pc / xbox to etc..

Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated. Xbox sits on top of a desktop PC, both go into one monitor. With this guess it covers these devices, and leaves laptop wireless...or will pick up a cheap switch as you advised and set up an additional point upstairs.
#31
Just bought a set, need some for my TV downstairs (LG) and also for my PC upstairs as my router sits in the Kitchen and the PC upstairs has major issues on wireless. Nice one.

Topcashback gives 1.01% as well remember!
1 Like #32
martyj999
Anybody know if you can use thes with an existing setup - I have asus 200mbps plaugs at the moment can I connect these, will they be compatible?


Yes they are compatible.
#33
gavjbrown
Mottmania
Is this particular model definitely OK when used plugged into a trailing socket?

One of mine is plugged in to a 4m extension lead, if that's what you mean.

That's what I mean. Thanks.
#34
How about if I want to stream hd video from pc to ps3, how many home plug do I need? I run everything wirelessly. Can I use 1 at pc and 1 at ps3 only without other one at router?

Edited By: luvsoft on Apr 13, 2011 16:28
#35
luvsoft
How about if I want to stream hd video from pc to ps3, how many home plug do I need? I run everything wirelessly. Can I use 1 at pc and 1 at ps3 only without other one at router?


From my knowledge with my home setup when streaming from PC to PS3 it works like this.
PC > Router > PS3

But this is a triple pack deal so you can have one for each!
#36
twistedspirit
luvsoft
How about if I want to stream hd video from pc to ps3, how many home plug do I need? I run everything wirelessly. Can I use 1 at pc and 1 at ps3 only without other one at router?


From my knowledge with my home setup when streaming from PC to PS3 it works like this.
PC > Router > PS3
But this is a triple pack deal so you can have one for each!

Thanks a lot
I see. I thought I could stream video from PC direct to PS3, because I was going to buy only twin pack. So I have to buy triple pack then?.....T_T
#37
luvsoft
twistedspirit
luvsoft
How about if I want to stream hd video from pc to ps3, how many home plug do I need? I run everything wirelessly. Can I use 1 at pc and 1 at ps3 only without other one at router?
From my knowledge with my home setup when streaming from PC to PS3 it works like this.PC > Router > PS3But this is a triple pack deal so you can have one for each!
Thanks a lotI see. I thought I could stream video from PC direct to PS3, because I was going to buy only twin pack. So I have to buy triple pack then?.....T_T


If you can plug your PC directly to the router, then you only need 2. One at router, the other PS3. If not you will need one for your PC as well.
#38
souljacker
can anyone tell me if having these over the 85mps ones will help streaming full hd video files from my server to my revo? i get a lot of buffering at the moment

Anyone? I would like to know the answer to this as well. I know it has been sort of answered by twistedspirit but not exactly.
#39
Shaker
souljacker
can anyone tell me if having these over the 85mps ones will help streaming full hd video files from my server to my revo? i get a lot of buffering at the moment


Anyone? I would like to know the answer to this as well. I know it has been sort of answered by twistedspirit but not exactly.


Yes they will.
#40
JJKrista1
Shaker
souljacker
can anyone tell me if having these over the 85mps ones will help streaming full hd video files from my server to my revo? i get a lot of buffering at the moment

Anyone? I would like to know the answer to this as well. I know it has been sort of answered by twistedspirit but not exactly.

Yes they will.

Theoretically they should but the quality of your electrical wiring is going to have an effect on the maximum speed unfortunately.

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