24.98 + p&p unless order over £50.00 Extra Value 85Mbps Powerline Adapter Twin Pack £24.98 @ ebuyer- PRICE ENDS MONDAY - HotUKDeals
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I ordered 3 pairs so got a free Delivery!
This homeplug adapter can provide the transmission of broadband data service via power line, which are suitable for use in a wide range of both residential (in-home) and commercial (offices, apartments, hotels, warehouses) network applications in which existing power lines can be utilized. There is never any need to install new wires. These adapters enable the effortless creation of a high-speed network that supports video, voice and data.



•Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 85 to 265 VAC, 50~60Hz
•Support QAM 256/64/16,DQPSK,DBPSK and ROBO modulation schemes
•Up to 85 Mbps data rate on the power line
•HomePlug Turbo 1.0 compatible
•56-bit DES Link Encryption with key management for secure power line communications
•Integrated Quality of Service (QoS) features such as prioritized random access, contention-free
•access, and segment bursting
•Low power consumption
•Applications
•Standard Video TV (SDTV)
•TV over IP (IPTV)
•High data rate broadband sharing
•Shared broadband internet access
•Audio and video streaming and transfer
•Voice over IP calls
•PC file and application sharing
•Printer and peripheral sharing
•Network and online gaming
•Security cameras
•External Connectors
•1 Power jack
•1 10/100M RJ45 port
•Protocol Feature
•HomePlug Turbo1.0 compatible
•Security Support
•56-bit DES Link Encryption with key management for secure power line communications
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IMHO go for a 200Mb adapter...if you can get a good deal

good price tho' for an 85Mb pair.. thanks for the op...

Edited By: mikbak on Feb 25, 2011 19:49
#2
very impressed top find nice one
#3
If I understand correctly, one device plugs into the mains and router, and the other plugs into any other mains socket, to provide a wireless signal (without any wires)?
#4
AgentSingh
If I understand correctly, one device plugs into the mains and router, and the other plugs into any other mains socket, to provide a wireless signal (without any wires)?


Correct re plugging arrangement, but not wireless. The data is carried by your mains powerlines.

Edited By: Somebody on Feb 25, 2011 20:18
#5
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers
#6
m0ck
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers

Will depend on which standards your current and prospective new units support.
See for example Wiki about the topic and varying/developing standards
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_line_communication
MKD
#7
m0ck
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers


No. Although the networks can co-exist, they won't interpolate with each other. You can buy a single 200mbps unit from 7dayshop for £20 delivered. I bought TP-Link mini 200mbps ones from there.
#8
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?
#9
pimpMe
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?


Free delivery on orders over £50, get 2 :)
banned#10
pimpMe
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?


Then try buying them @ comet for less!! over £55 there. Good deal heat added

Genoxide
pimpMe
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?


Free delivery on orders over £50, get 2 :)


Shame it only comes to £49.95! still have to pay postage cause they dont do penny sweets to add the extra 5p :(
#11
Voted hot but beware I have 2 sets of these (4 homeplugs in total)

The plastic plug part is VERY flimsy and sheered off pulling out of a socket and one of them died.... sent back to ebuyer but they were not great with dealing with the sheered one, stating it was customer induced.... waiting for confirmation back from them now they have received if they will replace

Going down the route of laying hard wires through the house, nothing beats that and cost me £ 6 for two 20m cat5e cables.....

These are really good though fro what they do and at present perfect for my 360 and never any issues playing online with them
#12
You can add a cat 5 cable for 1.29 to make it 4 homeplugs for 51.24 delivered, free 5 day delivery.

I've just sent my 7dayshop ones back because they were faulty, but I specified on the returns form for them to be replaced. I'm tempted to order 2 sets of these instead, but I would need to change it to a reurefund with 7dayshop and I don't know how easy that would be.
#13
Odd question but could you network 2 pcs using these, regardless of using an Internet connection? Me and my friend want to have our PCs on a 'local network' for gaming against each other but we don't have the Internet and won't for a few months yet.
#14
Great product but pay the extra for the 200mbps plugs is my advice. You cant go though different ring mains or consumer units with these plugs plus the real world performance is around a quarter of the 200mbps plugs.
#15
Somebody
m0ck
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers


No. Although the networks can co-exist, they won't interpolate with each other. You can buy a single 200mbps unit from 7dayshop for £20 delivered. I bought TP-Link mini 200mbps ones from there.

Ok so would a different branded 200mbps homeplug work with them???
#16
CReilly
Odd question but could you network 2 pcs using these, regardless of using an Internet connection? Me and my friend want to have our PCs on a 'local network' for gaming against each other but we don't have the Internet and won't for a few months yet.


yes it would work for what you want.
#17
m0ck
Somebody
m0ck
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers


No. Although the networks can co-exist, they won't interpolate with each other. You can buy a single 200mbps unit from 7dayshop for £20 delivered. I bought TP-Link mini 200mbps ones from there.

Ok so would a different branded 200mbps homeplug work with them???


Yes, as long as they're of the same standard (Homeplug AV in the case of 200 mbps) then they will work. I have a 85 mbps (Homeplug 1.0) network with Ebuyer Value, Zyxel and Linksys plugs.
#18
Misleading post as should have postage included, actually cost is £29.16
Wouldn't buy the 85mbs units now, 200mbs ones are widely available for not that much more, some have even been posted in last few hours.
#19
Somebody
m0ck
Somebody
m0ck
guys i have the 200mbps version of this but i need another unit for sky anytime+ would the 85 work along side the 200's? cheers


No. Although the networks can co-exist, they won't interpolate with each other. You can buy a single 200mbps unit from 7dayshop for £20 delivered. I bought TP-Link mini 200mbps ones from there.

Ok so would a different branded 200mbps homeplug work with them???


Yes, as long as they're of the same standard (Homeplug AV in the case of 200 mbps) then they will work. I have a 85 mbps (Homeplug 1.0) network with Ebuyer Value, Zyxel and Linksys plugs.
thanks an just ordered the single on 7dayshop. nice 1
#20
m0ck
thanks an just ordered the single on 7dayshop. nice 1


Did you go for the 7dayshop one or the TP-Link one at the same price (£19.99)? I went for the TP-Link ones
#21
Got a set of these before the faster ones came out, brilliant little things! Still amazes me how they work!
#22
Thanks ascen
#23
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WELSHMAVERICK
pimpMe
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?
Then try buying them @ comet for less!! over £55 there. Good deal heat added
Genoxide
pimpMe
Over £32 delivered, not such a good deal....I thought prices had to include delivery?
Free delivery on orders over £50, get 2 :)
Shame it only comes to £49.95! still have to pay postage cause they dont do penny sweets to add the extra 5p :(
1 Like #24
Why would I pay twice the price buying 2 sets when all I needed was one set? Don't ya think that is a kinda silly thing to do?

Spend £50 to save £8 for a product that is meant to be a deal at £24.98, me thinks the education system in this country really is third world..oO
1 Like #25
Aye I agree, delivery should be put on.

Its not like scan where you have the option to get free delivery quite easily...
#26
can these do a job for an xbox?
#27
Deal back on !

Mod un-expire please

Edited By: mikerr on Mar 08, 2011 20:12

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