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Ethernet Splitter 1 to 2, Gigabit Ethernet Switch, 1000Mbps RJ45 LAN with USB-C Power Cable (with voucher) @ Omivine-UK / FBA

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  • Ethernet Splitter 1 to 2 Simultaneously - This RJ45 Ethernet Splitter can split 1 Gigabit network signal into two Gigabit signals, allowing two devices to connect to the Internet simultaneously, and the transmission rate of the two devices can reach up to 1000Mbps, which is a perfect solution to the problem of insufficient network cabling and unstable signal transmission.
  • 1000Mbps High-Speed Transmission - The Omivine Ethernet Switch 1 to 2 supports max 1000M Ethernet network connections, providing lightning-fast network transmission speeds via two output signals, with no crosstalk between the two sets of signals, making them ideal for those who need to transfer large amounts of data quickly and consistently. Note: This is the maximum speed that the chipset can achieve, the actual network speed depends on the device, network cable and other factors.
  • Plug and Play - Simple and efficient, no drivers required, just a power connection (USB cable included in the package). Omivine RJ45 Internet splitter works with Cat8 Cat7 Cat6 Cat5e Cat5 network Ethernet cables, and works with hubs, switches, TVs, routers, wireless devices, computers and more. Suitable for home, office, industrial and other network environments (To ensure the transmission rate, it is best to use CAT6 type network cable).
  • Signal Stability & Long Life - The Ethernet network splitter is made of high quality aluminium alloy material, built-in environmentally friendly PCB board, full metal protection RJ45 socket, gold-plated pin core, no signal crosstalk and interference, fast and stable transmission speed, good durability and stability. The metal shielding shell of the network distributor prevents network signal loss or damage, ensuring safer and more stable data transmission.
  • GUARANTEE - Compact and lightweight design, very portable. Omivine Ethernet lan splitter provides a 1M 5V type-C charging cable. 24-hour customer service, worry-free returns and exchanges. If you have any questions or problems, please contact us for the first time and we will try our best to solve it for you.

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  1. Boringgit's avatar
    So in case it benefits anyone, an ethernet splitter is not a thing - in the description it is described as a switch which is a thing...

    You can get small 4 or 5 port GB switches from reasonable brands for less than about 12 quid and that is where I would tend to go, but if you have a very specific use case this might be for you...
    Begize's avatar
    Actually an ethernet splitter is a thing (for 100Mbps speeds or less) although I wouldn't recommend it and this isn't one.

    Assuming you have a single wall port / connection, wired correctly with all 8 pins connected, only 4 are used by a 100Mbps device, so there are 4 spare. Putting the same type of splitter (like the one below) on either end will allow those 4 spare to be used as a second port. It still needs both ports to be connected to a switch at the other end.

    Data-Data RJ45 Network Splitter (adeptnetworks.co.uk)

    For 1000Mbps / gigabit, all 8 pins need to be used by one connection so splitting isn't possible unless you stick a proper switch on the end. (edited)
  2. ashyt16turbo's avatar
    I think I might be missing it, but the point of connecting a four port router or another ethernet switch to this escapes me?
    RCAnderson's avatar
    I think the idea is the other switch is located elsewhere, and there's just a single ethernet cable going to the location where you use this. E.g. Isp router is in cupboard under the stairs, with a single ethernet cable running from there to the living room TV. Now needing a connection for the TV & a media PC, so this would allow that.

    Imo a pretty niche use case for this, over a normal 4-8 port switch from a big name for a minimal amount more, but I can see why it might be useful for some.