Extra Value 200Mbps Pass-through Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack - £49.17 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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I have these myself and just ordered another set for a customer and saw they were a good price although Ebuyer stiff me a tenner every time I order something to N. Ireland... thankfully I'm not paying this time...

Select super saver delivery to get this price... Cheers.

Product Description

This homeplug twin pack with PLC passthrough product for transmitting data up to 200Mbps 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.

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
These are quite tall, just make sure you have enough room... anyone with low skirting boards may have to plug these into an extension lead, which they will also work from but may not be the neat solution you are looking for...

Edited By: southwell65 on Dec 08, 2010 10:47
#2
southwell65
These are quite tall, just make sure you have enough room... anyone with low skirting boards may have to plug these into an extension lead, which they will also work from but may not be the neat solution you are looking for...


Anyone with an archaic Electrical installation (probably going to be well pre-1970's since sockets were installed in that sort of position!) like that might be better spending some money on a Qualified tester to check their home electrics before plugging ANYTHING into it! :-(
#3
My house has tall skirting boards and has been rewired... they replaced the sockets but obviously kept them where they were originally since that makes sense. Most folk have their sockets well above the skirting anyway.


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southwell65
These are quite tall, just make sure you have enough room... anyone with low skirting boards may have to plug these into an extension lead, which they will also work from but may not be the neat solution you are looking for...


Anyone with an archaic Electrical installation (probably going to be well pre-1970's since sockets were installed in that sort of position!) like that might be better spending some money on a Qualified tester to check their home electrics before plugging ANYTHING into it! :-(
#4
i've had these for about a year now and theyve been fautless.
#5
You can also get the branded Zyxel PLA-401 v3 for £5 more

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/185148

No pass through but a bit easier on the eye, and run nice and cool.

Free delivery too, worth the extra fiver for me.
#6
Decent price - tempted
#7
blacklion1725
You can also get the branded Zyxel PLA-401 v3 for £5 morehttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/185148No pass through but a bit easier on the eye, and run nice and cool.Free delivery too, worth the extra fiver for me.

They are £49.99 deliverd at amazon - even better !

linky
#8
If you buy 2 packs of these, is that four homeplugs to use (ie one for the input, 3 outputs) or just two pairs?
#10
Excuse my ignorance but I'm not sure how these work.

Do i plug ethernet cable from modem to one plug (installed in one room) and in the second plug use a ethernet cable from that plug to my laptop. or are they wireless? i use a belkin wireless router and too be honest its on its last legs. just looking for alternatives, also my router falls over if i link my lappy and the wii.

cheers
#11
Plug ethernet cable supplied from modem/router into one plug and in the second use a ethernet cable supplied from that plug to laptop
#12
Hi guys n girls,

Would these be the best/easiest solution to improve the wifi signal, say in my bedroom where I'm using a laptop rather than wireless repeaters which seem a bit hit and miss reading some of the reviews ?.

Cheers
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blizeH
If you buy 2 packs of these, is that four homeplugs to use (ie one for the input, 3 outputs) or just two pairs?

Yes they will work together as part of the same network.
#14
lighty9009
Hi guys n girls,

Would these be the best/easiest solution to improve the wifi signal, say in my bedroom where I'm using a laptop rather than wireless repeaters which seem a bit hit and miss reading some of the reviews ?.

Cheers


It doesn't improve the wifi signal, its a wired solution through the mains. If you wanted to use it for wifi, you'd have to buy an external hub with wifi capabilities and connect it to the block.

I bought these a few months back as I live in the attic, best purchase I've made (well up their)
#15
These are different in that they allow you to put a plug into them and therefore not lose a socket... which might be useful to some... or not.


#16
have ordered. thanks.
#17
We've been using these for about 6 months now and have to agree they were a great buy, in fact we bought a 2nd set too.
#18
buba2006
Excuse my ignorance but I'm not sure how these work.Do i plug ethernet cable from modem to one plug (installed in one room) and in the second plug use a ethernet cable from that plug to my laptop. or are they wireless? i use a belkin wireless router and too be honest its on its last legs. just looking for alternatives, also my router falls over if i link my lappy and the wii.cheers

You were right the first time. It's a wired solution so if your wireless signal is poor in a different part of the house, you can connect your laptop/PS3/TV etc to the router via ethernet cables and electrical sockets.

This is not a replacement for a router, you still need that. If your router's failing, try blagging a new one from your ISP
#19
I've been using the Solwise ones for a few years now (started with 12Mbps, upgraded to 85Mbps and finally on to 200Mbit versions). Reliable and cheaper than anyone else (£29 each). Good service from them too.

http://www.solwise.co.uk/net-powerline-av-index.htm

For £42, you can get the Gigabit (1000Mbps) ones:

http://www.solwise.co.uk/net-powerline-gig-index.htm

No, I don't work for them.

Edited By: happy_red on Dec 09, 2010 00:57
#20
happy_red
I've been using the Solwise ones for a few years now (started with 12Mbps, upgraded to 85Mbps and finally on to 200Mbit versions). Reliable and cheaper than anyone else (£29 each). Good service from them too.http://www.solwise.co.uk/net-powerline-av-index.htmFor £42, you can get the Gigabit (1000Mbps) ones:http://www.solwise.co.uk/net-powerline-gig-index.htmNo, I don't work for them.

That's 42quid for each plug - you need two minimum for a network. Twin pack is 84quid.
#21
Can you please clarify - I had a lot of problems when I installed my modem and accidentally, deleted the icons or software which allows me to connect an ethernet or internet cable to my laptop. So it works on wireless only but that is hit and miss sometimes. Is there a way of getting back the ability to use an ethernet or internet cable - what software should I use? If you can help, then I can use one of these for a wired internet connection which will be very helpful.
#22
Sorry if this question sounds stupid, but i dont really know much about these. Do they help to boost wifi signals in a house so you you need to plug in an internet cable into your laptop to get the signal boost?
#23
Twothirds
Can you please clarify - I had a lot of problems when I installed my modem and accidentally, deleted the icons or software which allows me to connect an ethernet or internet cable to my laptop. So it works on wireless only but that is hit and miss sometimes. Is there a way of getting back the ability to use an ethernet or internet cable - what software should I use? If you can help, then I can use one of these for a wired internet connection which will be very helpful.


I'm not exactly sure what you want to do but it sounds like you just need to plug your laptop into your router with a network cable and it should give the laptop an ip address and begin to share the internet.

What these do is allow you to plug the router into one of these and then you plug another one of these into another room and then the laptop into it... you will then have a wired network to another room that will be consistent... which will sort the wireless problem... hope that helps.
#24
doeshen
Sorry if this question sounds stupid, but i dont really know much about these. Do they help to boost wifi signals in a house so you you need to plug in an internet cable into your laptop to get the signal boost?


These plug into the wall, then you plug your router into this... now you have the internet and whatever else you have attached to your router available throughout your house courtesy of the electricity supply... you now go to another room and plug the other plug into a socket and then plug your laptop/PC into the plug and share what is coming through the router.

If you had your router in your hall in the house because that is where the main phone socket is then these plugs will send the internet anywhere in the house. It also means that you do not need to run a phone extension cable to another room and often when you have problems with broadband your provider will only guarantee the signal to the main socket in the house. Hope that helps.
#25
Will these work with the devolo dLAN 200 AVeasy Homeplugs?
#26
Red-VIII
Will these work with the [url=devolo dLAN 200 AVeasy]devolo dLAN 200 AVeasy[/url] Homeplugs?


I think these have the Intellon chip and will not be compatible with the Devolo but I'm not 100% sure...
#27
Can you use these adapters to connect freesat to your broadband router and receive services such as BBC iPlayer on your TV?

Thanks
#28
I take it these are not the ones with the recall on them?

A very small number of the powerline adapters supplied with BT Vision could have a defect. Only the DH-10P and DH-10PF models are potentially affected, and the DH-10PF is still being tested, but we thought we would take the opportunity to send updated models anyway as a precaution. If you have other versions please replace with these models anyway

http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayTopic.do?topicId=29966&s_cid=con_FURL_powerlineadapter


Edited By: BritBrat on Dec 09, 2010 17:46
#29
Can I plug my router-modem connected to my bedroom computer into one plug and a wdtv live in my lounge into the other plug and succesfully stream films from the computer to the wdtv live? Hoe that makes sense!
#30
shopkeeper
Can I plug my router-modem connected to my bedroom computer into one plug and a wdtv live in my lounge into the other plug and succesfully stream films from the computer to the wdtv live? Hoe that makes sense!


Yes you can
#31
Gone back up to £59.99 before delivery... Expired.
#32
We have 2 pairs of these and the internet access is fine (as is online call of duty), but streaming hd movies from either the pc or western digital my book world edition (using twonky media sever) is a stutter fest.

Bought these as I thought streaming to a
#33
ps3 would be a breeze.

Anyone else had any success with these and hd ?

There was little or no documentation, so how can you tell you are getting 200mbps ?

Other than that, they have been fine.

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