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The TP-LINK TL-PA211 AV200 Mini Powerline Ethernet Adapter transfers data through the electrical wires in your home. Due to this, no additional wiring is required and you are instantly able to benefit from the device just by plugging it in!

Enjoy high-speed transfer rates of up to 200Mbps allowing you smoother streaming of HD content, online gaming and an abundance of other bandwidth-intensive activities. Enhanced by HomePlug AV technology, this impressive transfer rate is stable for up to 300 meters, so you can even utilise it in the garden during those hot summer days!

Safety features include built-in Qos and powerful AES encryption for secure and stable connectivity. A pair button allows users to set up a Powerline-network with 128-bit AES encryption for data protection and network security.

With an ultra-compact design that perfectly compliments power outlets around the home, the TP-LINK TL-PA211 AV200 Mini Powerline Ethernet Adapter is great solution for your networking needs.

Technical Specifications


Speed
200 Mbps


Ethernet ports
1


Security features
128bit AES encryption

Characteristics


System requirements
Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista
Windows 7, Mac, Linux*


Other features
Easy Plug and Play operation
No configuration required;encryption established simply by pressing the Pair button on the adapter
1.8~30mHz Frequency range,


Accessories included
Ethernet cable (RJ45) x 2,Resource CD,
Quick Installation Guide


Dimensions
30 mm x 93mm x 56 mm (L x W x D)


Weight
0.352 kg

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In essence this is the set up:

If you purchased this you'll receive two Powerline Adapters in the box (we'll call them PA's from this point forward), and two ethernet cables. You take one PA and plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA. You then plug that ethernet cable into your router and then plug the PA into an electrical mains socket on the wall near to your router.

Next you take the 2nd PA to another room where you have a device you wish to access the internet with (ie TV, Playstation, XBox, Other PC etc etc). Again, plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA and then plug the other end of the ethernet cable into the device you wish to access the internet. Then plug the PA into an electrical socket near to the device.

Now you sync the two PAs. It tells you how to do this in the instructions in the box but it requires no technical knowledge, they basically just plug in, switch on and recognise each other on the network you've created (you created a network by carrying out the above procedures).

Once they're synced with each other you will be able to access the internet on the 'other' device. It really is that simple.

Hope that helps.


Edited By: Blasphemous on Aug 25, 2012 13:46: .

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#1
Excellent price and reliable brand
#2
RED hot.
#3
5 off code should only work on products over 50 quid. so 5 cheaper than amazon. better hurry up before they pull the offer :)
#4
Can someone please explain how these work and what they are?

Thank you
#5
thanks - ordered 2 packs.
#6
You plug them in to plug sockets with one network lead into the router the a lead from the 2nd into your pc/drive/tv etc if you can't tun a cable due to decor etc.

PS don't enter wrong house number like I've done so have to chase house over road. PC World not helpful at giving tracking number for Yodel.
#7
Siddy
You plug them in to plug sockets with one network lead into the router the a lead from the 2nd into your pc/drive/tv etc if you can't tun a cable due to decor etc.

PS don't enter wrong house number like I've done so have to chase house over road. PC World not helpful at giving tracking number for Yodel.

Thanks, So will this boost the internet speed?
1 Like #8
tonyk007
Siddy
You plug them in to plug sockets with one network lead into the router the a lead from the 2nd into your pc/drive/tv etc if you can't tun a cable due to decor etc.

PS don't enter wrong house number like I've done so have to chase house over road. PC World not helpful at giving tracking number for Yodel.


Thanks, So will this boost the internet speed?

No. Your internet speed will remain the same at the main router but it could improve the speed you are getting at the 'other' device you're using to access the internet if you're accessing via wifi.
4 Likes #9
I bought mine for much more than this and I'm still happy. This price is great. Personally, I'd rather pay the extra than give my money to Currys but as not everyone shares my vendetta I'd say it was hot..
23 Likes #10
In essence this is the set up:

If you purchased this you'll receive two Powerline Adapters in the box (we'll call them PA's from this point forward), and two ethernet cables. You take one PA and plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA. You then plug that ethernet cable into your router and then plug the PA into an electrical mains socket on the wall near to your router.

Next you take the 2nd PA to another room where you have a device you wish to access the internet with (ie TV, Playstation, XBox, Other PC etc etc). Again, plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA and then plug the other end of the ethernet cable into the device you wish to access the internet. Then plug the PA into an electrical socket near to the device.

Now you sync the two PAs. It tells you how to do this in the instructions in the box but it requires no technical knowledge, they basically just plug in, switch on and recognise each other on the network you've created (you created a network by carrying out the above procedures).

Once they're synced with each other you will be able to access the internet on the 'other' device. It really is that simple.

Hope that helps.


Edited By: Blasphemous on Aug 25, 2012 13:46: .
#11
so this will save dropouts if your router is like 15m away? im guessing you,ll get the same speeds as if your router was right next to you.
#12
chillyyyy
so this will save dropouts if your router is like 15m away? im guessing you,ll get the same speeds as if your router was right next to you.

It will put an end to 'wifi' drop outs if that is the problem you are having. As for speed, the transfer rate is up to 200Mbps.
#13
I have 2 off these and they are great. So easy to use. Could do with 2 more so ordered, Thanks OP.
#14
I also have 2 of these are they are fantastic. Ordered another pair. Great price. Heat added
#15
Blasphemous
In essence this is the set up:

If you purchased this you'll receive two Powerline Adapters in the box (we'll call them PA's from this point forward), and two ethernet cables. You take one PA and plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA. You then plug that ethernet cable into your router and then plug the PA into an electrical mains socket on the wall near to your router.

Next you take the 2nd PA to another room where you have a device you wish to access the internet with (ie TV, Playstation, XBox, Other PC etc etc). Again, plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA and then plug the other end of the ethernet cable into the device you wish to access the internet. Then plug the PA into an electrical socket near to the device.

Now you sync the two PAs. It tells you how to do this in the instructions in the box but it requires no technical knowledge, they basically just plug in, switch on and recognise each other on the network you've created (you created a network by carrying out the above procedures).

Once they're synced with each other you will be able to access the internet on the 'other' device. It really is that simple.

Hope that helps.


If you buy two lots do you have to use two ethernet ports on your router?
#16
Many thanks OP.
#17
MikeL

If you buy two lots do you have to use two ethernet ports on your router?

No. You can pair the 2nd set to go with the first so you can have one plugged in to the router and three others around the house.
#18
xenny
MikeL

If you buy two lots do you have to use two ethernet ports on your router?


No. You can pair the 2nd set to go with the first so you can have one plugged in to the router and three others around the house.

Thank you! :D
#19
MikeL
If you buy two lots do you have to use two ethernet ports on your router?
No Mike. You only need one plugged into the Router, all other Powerline Adapters you add will sync with the one connected to the router. So you could buy two lots and have one plugged into the router and have 3 left to use around the house to connect other devices to. Hope that makes sense.

EDIT: I see xenny answered that.

Edited By: Blasphemous on Aug 25, 2012 14:05
#20
Blasphemous
MikeL
If you buy two lots do you have to use two ethernet ports on your router?
No Mike. You only need one plugged into the Router, all other Powerline Adapters you add will sync with the one connected to the router. So you could buy two lots and have one plugged into the router and have 3 left to use around the house to connect other devices to. Hope that makes sense.
EDIT: I see xenny answered that.


Cheers :)

Edited By: MikeL on Aug 25, 2012 14:07
#21
Would be great if I could reserve and collect, great price!
1 Like #22
londonstinks
Would be great if I could reserve and collect, great price!

You do know It's coming up as:
Home delivery from FREE
#23
Great find thanks, I needed another pair of these
#24
Blasphemous
In essence this is the set up:

If you purchased this you'll receive two Powerline Adapters in the box (we'll call them PA's from this point forward), and two ethernet cables. You take one PA and plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA. You then plug that ethernet cable into your router and then plug the PA into an electrical mains socket on the wall near to your router.

Next you take the 2nd PA to another room where you have a device you wish to access the internet with (ie TV, Playstation, XBox, Other PC etc etc). Again, plug in the enclosed ethernet cable into the bottom of the PA and then plug the other end of the ethernet cable into the device you wish to access the internet. Then plug the PA into an electrical socket near to the device.

Now you sync the two PAs. It tells you how to do this in the instructions in the box but it requires no technical knowledge, they basically just plug in, switch on and recognise each other on the network you've created (you created a network by carrying out the above procedures).

Once they're synced with each other you will be able to access the internet on the 'other' device. It really is that simple.

Hope that helps.



Thank you very much , that was very clear
Thanks, I appreciate that very much


Thank you again, thanx
#25
Can I use this to send my wifi to a house next door and share my connection? The house is about 10m away from mine.
#26
Excellent item! Can anybody please link me to a deal for something like these but for Wifi?

Router my room > No signal downstairs (Rubbish) > Use a plug like this but for wifi?

Thank you.

edit: mulletduck, i dont think so, i think these are wired only? I need kind of the same thing as you do but for my house only.

Edited By: steev08 on Aug 25, 2012 14:22
#27
heat added, hope they honour the discount
#28
Can you pair another set of 85Mbps plugs with this (different brand, but Homeplug standard)?
#29
Power lines seem to be very popular at present.

These Devolo 85Mbps are £15.79 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/devolo-1383-dlan-highspeed-ii-85mbps-powerline-starter-kit-15-79-pc-world-1293590

The above TP-Link 200Mbps are £24.44

Or Zyxel 500Mbps are £35.76 here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zyxel-500mbps-micro-slimline-powerline-adapter-twin-pack-35-76-sold-in2digital-fulfilled-1295820

It just depends how fast you want your connection to be. I'd pay an extra tenner for twice the speed with the Zyxels.
#30
Blasphemous
londonstinks
Would be great if I could reserve and collect, great price!
You do know It's coming up as:
Home delivery from FREE

Yeh, I prefer to collect stuff as Currys is close.
#31
Ordered!
#32
thanks ordered :-)
1 Like #33
why are 2, 3 or 4 port powerline adapters so rare
#34
cheer op have two of these already and they work well
#35
Will these work with Virgin broadband? Thanks
1 Like #36
yes work for virgin
#37
These are excellent.
#38
Can these adapters be used with in a extension lead?
#39
For anyone who doesn't know what these are HERE is a decent page explaining them.

If you are going to be using them in your house it would be a good idea to hook up your tv's and any other expensive equipment to mains conditioners like THIS one.
1 Like #40
markeh
why are 2, 3 or 4 port powerline adapters so rare

Yeah it is a strange one. It's annoying having to buy a switch just so you can use more than one device with these plugs.

Edited By: soton26 on Aug 25, 2012 15:08

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