Belkin F5D4071uk Powerline Turbo Homeplug Twin Network Adaptor Kit (2 x F5D4071 Powerline Networking Adapters / 2 x RJ45 Ethernet Cables etc) only £32.99 deliverd @ Play (works with XBox360 also) - HotUKDeals
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Cracking price and very good reviews

Belkin's Powerline Networking Adapters utilize existing electrical wiring to connect all computers to form a network. Simply plug one end of the Adapter into an available wall outlet and plug the other end into any RJ45 (Ethernet) port using the included cables.

* Features
* Provides a secure, stable network signal
* Plug-and-play setup
* Wide coverage, ideal for creating Internet connectivity in remote rooms or places that are hard to reach with wireless connections
* Transfers data at up to 85 Mbps
* Ideal for high-quality transmission of video and other data
* Package Includes
* 2 F5D4071 Powerline Networking Adapters
* 2 RJ45 Ethernet Cables
* 2 Wall-Plug Adapters
* 2 Power Cords
* Quick Installation Guide CD with Installation Software and User Manual
* System Requirements
* Computer with an Ethernet connection
* Available power outlet
* Standard home powerline wiring
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#1
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#2
MIght want to make it clear if these are powerline or homeplug adaptors. (they're two totally different standards)

edit. Just checked and play don't make it clear, either.

Also worth noting that these are only 85Mbps - faster 200Mbps can be got for around £40-£44 so lukewarmish.
#3
Same sort of thing cheaper at eBuyer
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/150039
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tapi
MIght want to make it clear if these are powerline or homeplug adaptors. (they're two totally different standards)


Should check the definitions then.

These are both Homeplug and Powerline.

Powerline is a generic label applied to this type of product.
HomePlug is TM of The Homeplug Power Line Alliance, which defines three standards:
HomePlug 1.0 (14 Mbps)
HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo (85 Mbps) - Which is what these units are.
Homeplug AV (200 Mbps)

The above all use chipsets designed by Intellon.

There is an alternative system using the DS2 chipset, most commonly seen in the Comtrend adaptors supplied by BT. These are not compatible with any other system.
#5
The Comtrend adaptors are 200Mbps and only a few quid more with quidco from the BT store.

http://www.shop.bt.com/products/bt-comtrend-powerline-hd-ethernet-female-kit-4Z2J.html?q=comtrend
#6
Does anyone know if these can be used with extension leads? I have a 6 gang on the PC where the router is and another 2x5 gang behind the TV where it would be plugged in, would that make these unusable??
#7
They recommend you don't use extension leads, but so far mine have worked ok. I think all of mine are on extention leads.
1x 85mb/s homeplug feeding 1x 85mb/s, 1x 14mb/s, and one homeplug wireless extender. No problems! One is about sixty feed away in a different building, and still has no problems. I love these things!
#8
can these work in conjunction with Comtrend 200MBPs ones?
#9
gherkingHUD
They recommend you don't use extension leads, but so far mine have worked ok. I think all of mine are on extention leads.


LOL :-D ... those type of instructions that come with them things really make me laugh.

Think about it ... How's the plug in adapter know its plugged into an extension adapter, a cord, or 50m reel of cable attached to 10 others. It's a farce really; they're probably adding a loophole protection into things just in-case.

I guess they just don't want us to get too mobile indoors :whistling:
#10
gherkingHUD
They recommend you don't use extension leads, but so far mine have worked ok. I think all of mine are on extention leads.
1x 85mb/s homeplug feeding 1x 85mb/s, 1x 14mb/s, and one homeplug wireless extender. No problems! One is about sixty feed away in a different building, and still has no problems. I love these things!


RFC1795
LOL :-D ... those type of instructions that come with them things really make me laugh.

Think about it ... How's the plug in adapter know its plugged into an extension adapter, a cord, or 50m reel of cable attached to 10 others. It's a farce really; they're probably adding a loophole protection into things just in-case.

I guess they just don't want us to get too mobile indoors :whistling:


Cheers :thumbsup: you never know what to believe but it seemed sort of feasible to me :oops:
#11
RFC1795;8464634
LOL :-D ... those type of instructions that come with them things really make me laugh.

Think about it ... How's the plug in adapter know its plugged into an extension adapter, a cord, or 50m reel of cable attached to 10 others. It's a farce really; they're probably adding a loophole protection into things just in-case.

I guess they just don't want us to get too mobile indoors :whistling:


here we go again, there are some dumbos on here:roll:
extensions leads you different metals so wont work so well thats why but you may be lucky with some leads.....in alot of cases itll degrade the transmission
avoid long leads and surge protected leads
#12
Expired :-(
#13
It's only £2 more :whistling:
#14
Artheido
It's only £2 more :whistling:


It is now but was £39.99 last night when I clicked on it. :)
#15
Damn! Was going to order yesterday forgot and now gone up I know its only by £2 but I'm tight! lol

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