85Mbps Mini HomePlug/ Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter - £29.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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The 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.

This adapter is up much more compact than most other brands, also the power plug is adjustable so you can turn the adapter to the left, to the right or completely upside down, just in case you are having trouble fitting the adapter where you need it most.

This 85 Mbps Powerline Adapter is widely used together with 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 8Mbits
Protocol/Standards - HomePlug 1.0.1 Turbo, IEEE 802.3/3x/3u
Frequency Band - 4-21MHz
Transmission Rate - 85Mbps / 30Mbps TCP / 40Mbps 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 V2
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 :-25° 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
85 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter x 2
User Guide
1.5m Patch Cable x 2
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#2
Seems a good price, I've just paid £23 for 1 from solwise
#3
good spot but i prefer the but I prefer the 200mbps voted hot though
#4
Personally would pay the extra for the higher speed version.

Good buy though and heat given.
#5
ryu2406
good spot but i prefer the but I prefer the 200mbps voted hot though

thats why i included both in post
#6
cheddarman
Personally would pay the extra for the higher speed version.


Interesting. I want to connect two WDTV Lives - one is on my network, and the other isn't. The 85meg should be enough for me, shouldn't it? The media will be mainly 720p or below, but some will also be in 1080p
#7
i live in an apartment so I'm scared that someone else may use my internet via this method. what kind of security is there to prevent this?
1 Like #8
ryu2406
good spot but i prefer the but I prefer the 200mbps voted hot though


what are you using it for that you need 200mps ones?

I download, stream, use my dreambox all through the 85mps ones no problem

solid
cheddarman
Personally would pay the extra for the higher speed version.


Interesting. I want to connect two WDTV Lives - one is on my network, and the other isn't. The 85meg should be enough for me, shouldn't it? The media will be mainly 720p or below, but some will also be in 1080p


yeah they'll be fine

Edited By: souljacker on Feb 19, 2011 11:59
#9
montana78
i live in an apartment so I'm scared that someone else may use my internet via this method. what kind of security is there to prevent this?


As long as you have your own electricity circuit & individual meter there should be no problem as it should only transmit around the circuit after the meter
#10
Any well priced ones with passthrough? Ebuyer don't do their extra value one any more.
1 Like #11
solid
cheddarman
Personally would pay the extra for the higher speed version.


Interesting. I want to connect two WDTV Lives - one is on my network, and the other isn't. The 85meg should be enough for me, shouldn't it? The media will be mainly 720p or below, but some will also be in 1080p


720, should be ok. 1080, maybe maybe not. The performance of these things varies in different houses. However even if it is enough for streaming if you try to skip forward/backwards on a connection that can just barely keep up it doesn't tend to work very well.

If you plan to stream 1080p media I would plump up the extra £9 just to be on the safe side.

If you do get the 85meg ones though please post back to let us know how well it works.
#13
The 200Mbps one are all on back order...
#14
are these good for gaming (xbox live and psn)? at the moment i have a long ethernet cable coming downstairs from the modem and tbh it dnt look that great lol
#15
5Rivers79
are these good for gaming (xbox live and psn)? at the moment i have a long ethernet cable coming downstairs from the modem and tbh it dnt look that great lol


Any photos? :)
#16
ordered and paid for 200 version 2 weeks ago only to be told not instock website changed after my order saying on back order still no news ;(
#17
Just what i need at a good price...but i`m skint. :(
#18
Great for me was after some of these.cheers
#19
montana78
i live in an apartment so I'm scared that someone else may use my internet via this method. what kind of security is there to prevent this?
If you have a router, most of them have MAC address filtering. Just turn it on and add the MAC addresses of any devices you connect to it with.
#20
I had a pair similar to these (not 7-day shop branded) worked well but cheaply made and one stopped working at just over year.I replaced it with a Belkin powerline which certainly looks and feels better made. Have just replaced the second cheap one with another Belkin available from Ebuyer for £39.98 a pair - 200 Mbps (£4.18 postage but free if you add an item to take it over £50). This price only available till Monday.

Edited By: jeelz on Feb 20, 2011 17:59
#21
Can anyone tell me if these can be plugged into a 4 plug extension or do they have to be plugged into the main socket?
#22
dieselfc007
Can anyone tell me if these can be plugged into a 4 plug extension or do they have to be plugged into the main socket?
Yes they can. I do it all the time. Though some people report problems with extension cables and it's advised against in the literature.
#23
ok complete novice here

can i plug in my main computer and send wirelss signal to my other pc and my xbox with a seperate plug for each?
presuming watching films etc like this is good?

cheers
#24
Got a pair of 200 mbs I bought a few years back from Ebuyer running from my netgear router to the xbox 360 and works a treat. Could do with another but can you mix and match different brands??
#25
Pjcity
Got a pair of 200 mbs I bought a few years back from Ebuyer running from my netgear router to the xbox 360 and works a treat. Could do with another but can you mix and match different brands??


http://www.avforums.com/forums/networking-nas/731564-homeplug-faq.html
#26
kerryoncatering
ok complete novice here

can i plug in my main computer and send wirelss signal to my other pc and my xbox with a seperate plug for each?
presuming watching films etc like this is good?

cheers


The product in the thread has nothing at all to do with wireless. There are wireless access point homeplugs, you should consider those.
#27
fishmaster
kerryoncatering
ok complete novice herecan i plug in my main computer and send wirelss signal to my other pc and my xbox with a seperate plug for each?presuming watching films etc like this is good?cheers
The product in the thread has nothing at all to do with wireless. There are wireless access point homeplugs, you should consider those.

I meant that with this i would not presunmably need to wire bzck to the router?
#28
Are these what i`m looking for to solve this XBox problem?

Here... http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/xbox-wireless-connection-problems/879351/#post10669198
#29
Yep, this will work perfectly.

1616french
Are these what i`m looking for to solve this XBox problem?

Here... http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/xbox-wireless-connection-problems/879351/#post10669198
#30
kerryoncatering
fishmaster
kerryoncatering
ok complete novice herecan i plug in my main computer and send wirelss signal to my other pc and my xbox with a seperate plug for each?presuming watching films etc like this is good?cheers
The product in the thread has nothing at all to do with wireless. There are wireless access point homeplugs, you should consider those.


I meant that with this i would not presunmably need to wire bzck to the router?


Yes you do need to connect one homeplug to your router via an Ethernet cable.
#31


Going to order these,anyone recieved them to let us know what these are like?

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