Extra Value 200Mbps Pass-through Homeplugs back on offer £49.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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This homeplug twin pack with PLC passthrough product for transmitting data up to 200 Mbps across the household power line. and every power socket becomes a connection, which is suitable for use in a wide range of both residential (in-home) and commercial (offices, apartments, hotels, warehouses) network applications. No cables, no drilling. These adapters enable the effortless creation of a high-speed network that supports video, voice and data. Pi699E2.4U84A-3 in-building an outlet can plug other electronic devices and suppress the out-band noise which being making by them, guaranteeing a very perfect communication quality.

* Wallmount type and power voltage range of 85 to 265 VAC 50/60Hz
* HomePlug AV compliant and Co-existence with HomePlug 1.0 Nodes
* Support QAM 1024/256/64/16/8, QPSK, BPSK, and ROBO modulation schemes
* PLC Up to 200 Mbps data rate on the power line.
* 128-bit AES Link Encryption for PLC
* In-buliding an outlet can plug other electronic devices and suppress the out-band noise which being maken by them
* Windowed OFDM with noise mitigation based on patented line synchronization techniques improves data integrity in noisy conditions
* Dynamic channel adaptation and channel estimation maximizes throughput in
* harsh channel conditions
* TDMA and priority-based CSMA/CA channel access schemes maximize efficiency and throughput
* Integrated Quality of Service (QoS) Enhancements: contention-free access,
* four-level priority based contention access, and multi segment bursting
* ToS and CoS Packet Classifiers and IGMP managed multicast sessions
* High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) video distribution
* Higher data rate broadband sharing for power line LAN
* Shared broadband internet access
* TV over IP (IPTV) and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
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#1
Nice Cobra on your profile pic
#2
roof30
Nice Cobra on your profile pic

Thanks. I'd love to say it was mine, but I only snapped it at a petrol station in the US a few years ago.
#3
Very good price for these. Voted hot.
#4
I have these and posted them before, they work really well.
#5
Any experts out there? I've already got 2 BT Pwerline adaptors, if I got these would I just be able to plug them in to pick up the signal?
#6
stevefreebie
Any experts out there? I've already got 2 BT Pwerline adaptors, if I got these would I just be able to plug them in to pick up the signal?


If they're 200mbps ones they will 'probably' work - if they're the slower (85mbps?) ones they definately won't.

You could always use the DSR to return them if they don't but eBuyer won't pay return postage so you'll lose that
#7
You get free delivery anyway??
1 Like #8
Good price for two 200mb ones. I need the gig ones for my setup but this is enough for almost all needs, hot."

rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??


he's not wrong, 5th option "Within 5 Working Days (FREE)"
#9
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??

You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.
#10
therealjohnpeat
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??

You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.


LMAO - Did I quote you??? No!

I was referring to the original post. X)
#11
rozza38
therealjohnpeat
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??

You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.


LMAO - Did I quote you??? No!

I was referring to the original post. X)



Of course you were, we all believe you, now go and get your ass back after laughing it off and learn to take some responsibility in life :{
1 Like #12
southwell65
rozza38
therealjohnpeat
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??
You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.
LMAO - Did I quote you??? No!I was referring to the original post. X)
Of course you were, we all believe you, now go and get your ass back after laughing it off and learn to take some responsibility in life :{
I think Rozza38 is right actually, his post IS relevant to the original where it says "Add something small to go over £50 for free delivery"
#13
southwell65
rozza38
therealjohnpeat
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??

You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.


LMAO - Did I quote you??? No!

I was referring to the original post. X)



Of course you were, we all believe you, now go and get your ass back after laughing it off and learn to take some responsibility in life :{


Learn to use forums. No quote of previous post means it's directed at the OP. I did laugh at taking responsibility in life though so thanks for that.
#14
stevefreebie
southwell65
rozza38
therealjohnpeat
rozza38
You get free delivery anyway??
You don't get a free return to send them back tho - is what I said, if you, y'know, READ it.
LMAO - Did I quote you??? No!I was referring to the original post. X)
Of course you were, we all believe you, now go and get your ass back after laughing it off and learn to take some responsibility in life :{

I think Rozza38 is right actually, his post IS relevant to the original where it says " Add something small to go over £50 for free delivery"


You are quite correct, my apologies to all concerned.
#15
Wahey; this one appears to be in stock, unlike the one on Orange Accessories from a couple weeks back. They only told me yesterday that was why it hadn't been dispatched :/
#16
stevefreebie
Any experts out there? I've already got 2 BT Pwerline adaptors, if I got these would I just be able to plug them in to pick up the signal?

Are yours the Comtrend ones that BT sell? Don't think they're compatible with these Homeplug adaptors.
#17
(great - a useful thread half taken up with petty bickering. Then i said.. then he said... then she said (_;) )

I too have the BT Comtrend Powerline adapters (200mbps) and need another one or two, so if anyone has any definite info on whether these would be compatible, please chip in...
#18
From the BT website Comtrend Powerline adapter page:
"This product is compatible with all other DS2 powerline adapters - it isn't compatible with the "Homeplug" adapters. "
They are back in stock there after being discontinued a while back which is odd - although now back at full price of £79.99 too. :(
#19
These are definitely NOT compatible with BT comtrends.
#20
great price. I live in a 3 story house my router is at ground floor and the PC is on the top. The middle floor suffers from low wifi signals and laptops tend to struggle at times. Was thinking of getting a wifi extender and plugging in the corridor on middle floor. Would any wifi extender work with these.

and yes i know its not a techie forum but just trying my luck.
#21
I currently own the NETGEAR 85mbs ones. Could I not buy these and connect them to my exisiting setup? OR could I buy these and connect 1 to my router and 1 to another device so it sort of starts a 'new' connection on 200mbs and keep my previous setup ones at 85mbs??
#22
Interestingly (well not really) I posted some others on here 14 months ago from ebuyer, but not passthrough. £49 then £45 now, still available. Went hot, so these must.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/extra-value-200mbps-powerline-adapt/408140


Edited By: JayDubya on Aug 13, 2010 14:02: price confirmation
#23
Had a pair of these last time they were in stock.

10 minutes and I was up and running with no problems and good speed.

Heat and rep to the OP:D
#24
PAUL7331
I currently own the NETGEAR 85mbs ones. Could I not buy these and connect them to my exisiting setup? OR could I buy these and connect 1 to my router and 1 to another device so it sort of starts a 'new' connection on 200mbs and keep my previous setup ones at 85mbs??

Nope, basically 85Mbs only works with 85Mbs & 200Mbs only works with 200Mbs

It does also say that its Homeplug compliant (HomePlug AV compliant and Co-existence with HomePlug 1.0 Nodes )

I run these at home for the xBox, PS3 and a desktop upstairs I use asa a media/storage server and they are fantastic, and as the wife and I use laptops wirelessly there are no other "losses"

Great price for these with the pass-thru so no loss of a socket - Just bought em :-D
1 Like #25
There was much discussion when I posted these about 5 months ago so here is a link to loads of information including performance etc...

PREVIOUS POSTING WITH MUCH INFO...
#26
PAUL7331
I currently own the NETGEAR 85mbs ones. Could I not buy these and connect them to my exisiting setup? OR could I buy these and connect 1 to my router and 1 to another device so it sort of starts a 'new' connection on 200mbs and keep my previous setup ones at 85mbs??

Although the 85s and 200s won't talk to each other, you can (as you suggest) have 2 separate networks (85 and 200), with a connection from the router to each. I did this for a while till I had enough 200s - I've read it can cause speed degradation on the 200s, but didn't notice it myself (still fast enough to stream HD video over the 200s whilst the 85s were used for surfing/coying files).
#27
heard you get free delivery if you go over £50 someone please, suggest a cheap product worth quid or two please?
2 Likes #28
hotlatte
heard you get free delivery if you go over £50 someone please, suggest a cheap product worth quid or two please?


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#29
nice one
#30
Heat added...been looking to upgrade my existing 85mbps ones for a while!
#31
I've got exactly this pair at home, they're currently in my 'computer bits box' and I have a massive ethernet cable trailing around the house because basically, they're awful. They were doing some very strange things with connections for a good few months, before I eventually discovered that despite setting up their security, they were connecting to someone else's house (that must have been on the same power phase as my house), whose router was occasionally trumping my own and thoroughly cocking things up.

I assume that's a problem common to other powerline ethernet products but the major problem with these is that their software is AWFUL - I made the mistake of hitting their reset buttons and now nothing can find them - they just don't exist, apparently. So now they're totally useless.

My advice: spend the extra to get them from a company big enough to have spent time writing the software tools for them.
#32
hymerman
I've got exactly this pair at home, they're currently in my 'computer bits box' and I have a massive ethernet cable trailing around the house because basically, they're awful.

I made the mistake of hitting their reset buttons and now nothing can find them - they just don't exist, apparently. So now they're totally useless.


I don't suppose you are prepared to give them away? Someone might be able to repair them.
#33
I've got a question (might be a daft one though). My line currently supports 2mb speed. I usually get about 1.75-2.1mb using my wireless router. If I were to buy these, would they increase my speed?

If not, is there anything that can increase my speed?
1 Like #34
tony863
I've got a question (might be a daft one though). My line currently supports 2mb speed. I usually get about 1.75-2.1mb using my wireless router. If I were to buy these, would they increase my speed?

If not, is there anything that can increase my speed?


Short of moving closer to the exchange no. These will only enable you to move data around your internal network quicker.
#35
Thanks OP, ordered!
moving into my student home, living into the attic with the router on the ground floor.
This should come in very handy!

I was in Currys today and they were selling single belkin ones for £29.99 (claimed it was reduced from 79.99) not sure if they will be compatible but just a heads up for anyone wanting extra ;)

Edited By: andyhaddock on Aug 13, 2010 19:57: extra info
#36
OK these are not compatable with other power line based products but can they coexist on the same power lines?

If they can then as long as one of each are on the same hub/switch the network should be complete should it not?
#37
Thanks to Southwell 65 for the link. I missed out when he submitted last time. Hopefully others can benefit this time
#38
Apologies for not supplying the options to take it over £50 , but I was in a hurry to get out for a liquid lunch from which I have only just returned. (hic!). Thanks to nick1austin for supplying options.
#39
nick1austin
hotlatte
heard you get free delivery if you go over £50 someone please, suggest a cheap product worth quid or two please?


Ebuyer England Car Flag - 20p
Female Quick Connect Hose Pipe Connector - 24p
Ebuyer Mug with Ebuyer logo - 49p


How do you add rep in this new fangled system?
#40
getmore4less
OK these are not compatable with other power line based products but can they coexist on the same power lines?

If they can then as long as one of each are on the same hub/switch the network should be complete should it not?

Yes they can co-exist, but if these use Intellon chipset which I believe they do, then in theory they should be compatible with any other 200 Mbps Intellon units.

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