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Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter Twin Pack £39.99 @ Ebuyer Now with free shipping

£39.99 @ Ebuyer
Product Description Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 100 to 230 VAC 50/60Hz Support 1024 / 256 / 64 / 16 / 8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK, and ROBO modulation schemes Up to 200 Mbps on … Read More
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Product Description
Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 100 to 230 VAC 50/60Hz
Support 1024 / 256 / 64 / 16 / 8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK, and ROBO modulation schemes
Up to 200 Mbps on the power line
Maximum logical network members is 16 including the CCo

IGMP v3 snooping with multicast to multiple unicast support in CSMA
Maximum of 6 IGMP streams from a single server to a single client
Maximum of 8 distinct destinations for a single IGMP stream
Maximum of 16 IGMP streams from one server to a maximum of 15 clients
Maximum of 4 neighboring networks

Programmable TTL - Time to live per channel access priority
64 bridged devices per station
Frequency Band on Powerline 2-30 MHz

Price is for a twin pack - that is enough to connect two devices or switches over your powerlines.

Should be compatible with anything that has an ethernet port but be aware that it will not support things like VGA, HDMI, DVI extenders that work with Cat5/6 cabling.

£39.99 with free super saver delivery.
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suspended 1 Like #1
Very HOT Price as it's a 200Mb Twin Pack but £5.99 shipping on top...
#2
Im tempted to ditch my 360 WiFi adaptor for this at this price!!
#3
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/703596/linksys-by-cisco-200mbps-powerline-

Linksys by Cisco 200Mbps PowerLine Adapter - £31.99 delivered at Ebuyer

or is this a better deal?
posted 4 days ago
#4
Looks good to me, very tempting actually - the reviews of the product on ebuyer.com are pretty good too!

Heat added :thumbsup:
#5
Just amended price to reflect minimum shipping charge.

Belkins can be found for cheaper on fleabay but those are refurbished units and typically the reviews are not as good as the ebuyer units.
#6
anthony712
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/703596/linksys-by-cisco-200mbps-powerline-

Linksys by Cisco 200Mbps PowerLine Adapter - £31.99 delivered at Ebuyer

or is this a better deal?
posted 4 days ago


In that post it's 31.99 for just one. This is 39.99 + P&P for a pair. So this is a better deal.
#7
They're not 200mbps, of course. They're 100mbps full duplex, best case.

I just decommissioned a pair of these due to throughput not being enough for me. I was getting real world speeds of 60mbit or so, and really needed better so I just laid a cat6 cable and I'm now transferring files as fast as the hard drives can manage.

Decent solution for people who can't have a cable run, but I hope you don't have any amateur radio enthusiasts nearby. :)

And they overheat too, so you have to be careful how you position them, or you'll be rebooting them several times a day.
#8
WG47
They're not 200mbps, of course. They're 100mbps full duplex, best case.

I just decommissioned a pair of these due to throughput not being enough for me. I was getting real world speeds of 60mbit or so, and really needed better so I just laid a cat6 cable and I'm now transferring files as fast as the hard drives can manage.

Decent solution for people who can't have a cable run, but I hope you don't have any amateur radio enthusiasts nearby. :)

And they overheat too, so you have to be careful how you position them, or you'll be rebooting them several times a day.



Yeah, wish I could lay some cables :-(
I have the 100's from ebuyer and get around 5mbps from them. My router is at the extension in the back of the house in my studio (keyboards etc) and cannot get any wifi near the front. For cables it would mean drilling through three walls but no way to hide the cables so am stuck really. :-(
JJ
#9
WG47
I was getting real world speeds of 60mbit or so, and really needed better so I just laid a cat6 cable and I'm now transferring files as fast as the hard drives can manage.

Do you know how long your power line cable run was? From the reviews on eBuyer it looked as though these would outperform the devolo 85Mpbs homeplug devices.
#10
Also avoid using any surge protectors, multiplugs or multiway strips when using these adapters. Use them directly. also try and see if you can get low pass filters for the said frequency. I know corinex sells them and you will get a much much better signal.

In all honsety, you will get about 80-90mbps real world speed as there are a lot of overheads in the transmission, speically as it's AES encrypted.. (or atleast I think it is... usually they are)
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I've got these. Work well for me. Usually see ~80mbps transfer speeds (remember this is ranges from 6megabytes to 8megabytes), and the QoS seems to be alright (pings do go up when you use VOIP and transfer a file to another pc to max out the bandwidth, normal ping 31ms, when maxed out 60ms).

Overall much faster than my 54g which only gave me 16mbps transfer and a few dropouts in multiplayer games at crucial moments. But the cost is a few ms to pings, for me it's ~4ms.

You can't turn off encryption (didn't see a way to do it) but you can turn off the LED's on them if they are visible (3 bright green with one that flickers on traffic). [URL="ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/XAV101_setup_v2.0.1.0_230-10582-05.exe"]To do that use Netgear's utility.[/URL]

Remember these depend on your wiring and distance between them.
#12
Now they've made it with free shipping.
#13
albal
Do you know how long your power line cable run was? From the reviews on eBuyer it looked as though these would outperform the devolo 85Mpbs homeplug devices.


Not sure, but it's not a big flat.
#14
Got my pair in the end and they are running at 150mbps where my old 85mbps units were struggling on 30mbps - certainly something to consider if you need a bit more poke for video streaming.

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