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Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £40.99 @ Ebuyer + Free Shipping
Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £40.99 @ Ebuyer + Free Shipping

Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £40.99 @ Ebuyer + Free Shipping

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This is an excellent price for a set of 200mbps powerline adapters. Perfect for HD AV streaming and online gaming. £10 cheaper than the last time they were posted on here with glowing reviews at ebuyer. Select 'super saver' delivery at the checkout to get free delivery.

* 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

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Excellent spot, been waiting for a great deal on 200mbps adapters. :thumbsup:

Would anyone know if these are Homeplug AV 200mbs compatible?

great spot - ordered.

H+R

What is it for?

Will these work with Belkin powerline adapters in the same network? I have some 200mbs ones already.

It's a alternative solution to wireless network. You plug one near the router and one near your PC and the network and internet data transfers through the power circuit in your house giving you a more stable and faster connection.

Most, if not all, network equipment is advertised misleadingly, as the packet layer speed is what is being advertised, i.e. 200 Mbps, and not the transport layer, which is the speed that is actually obtainable. In addition, if you only have 100 Mbps equipment, then that's the maximum speed you're going to be able to receive; these devices don't make your existing equipment faster.

Not a bad price. I know quite a few people who ordered these units at £49 and they have had little or no problems:thumbsup:

Any one on here who has these post a review - read the ones on ebuyer and one punter reports that they occupy the second mains socket when plugged into the first.....

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BlackCloud;7698278

Would anyone know if these are Homeplug AV 200mbs compatible?



According to post #4 the ebuyer product discussion they are:
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The chip used is the INT6300 and seems to be used on some belkin and solwise products too

Rsaeire;7699679

Most, if not all, network equipment is advertised misleadingly, as the … Most, if not all, network equipment is advertised misleadingly, as the packet layer speed is what is being advertised, i.e. 200 Mbps, and not the transport layer, which is the speed that is actually obtainable. In addition, if you only have 100 Mbps equipment, then that's the maximum speed you're going to be able to receive; these devices don't make your existing equipment faster.



Plus, the 200MBps is a sum of both the upload and download speed, so you won't be getting 200MBps download speed, maybe 100mbps up/down. Still, all powerline adapters calculate stuff that way, and this is much better than a wireless network, especially for gaming,

Hot from me, paid around £45 for a twin pack 85Mbps kit a couple of months ago. Nice find.

Oh BUGGA!!
Bought these last sunday evening, only arrived yesterday and cost me a tenner more!!!

These work great!

Will these work with a cable (virgin) connection????

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ferglar;7700532

Will these work with a cable (virgin) connection????



Yep No problem straight into the modem :thumbsup:

NICE! heat and rep added! Shut the missus up about trailing wires!!!

Will these work if you plug them into extension adapters/UPS with or without surge protector?

Anyone who's got these been able to stream HD through them? I got some 85 ones, when play had the offer on - but they're too slow for HD (even when plugged in next to each other on the same socket!)

key;7700602

Will these work if you plug them into extension adapters/UPS with or … Will these work if you plug them into extension adapters/UPS with or without surge protector?



UPS definitely not. Extension adaptors maybe, but you'll lose a bit of signal. Surge protectors are actually supposed to block the signals, but some people have got them to work through them.

Ideally they need to be plugged straight into their own mains socket, that's how to get the full speed.

And I totally agree with all the comments about advertised vs actual, but alot of PC gear is sold like that. For example, I can guarantee that no-one could get one terabyte of data on to a 1TB drive.

I have 4 of these from ebuyer and they are great. Well worth the money

Have the 85's and they work a treat... hot.

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vik1;7700680

Anyone who's got these been able to stream HD through them? I got some 85 … Anyone who's got these been able to stream HD through them? I got some 85 ones, when play had the offer on - but they're too slow for HD (even when plugged in next to each other on the same socket!)



These are designed to stream full 1080p HD whereas the 85mbps ones will tend to stutter when you try and stream over 720p files.

Do these have to used on the same ring main?

Please can anyone tell me if these are compatible with the ZyXEL PLA 401 v2 200Mbs Homeplugs?

Seen this question asked a few times on the Ebuyer product discussion without an answer

Thanks

With two adapters can you run two separate machines off them or would you need three adapters for that? Is one like the sending unit and one the receiving

Do these have a single ethernet port?

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mwalke36;7700896

Do these have to used on the same ring main?



No they don't. They will connect through fusebox but you may not get maximum speeds.

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SandLake;7701291

Do these have a single ethernet port?


Yes
loll1es;7701146

With two adapters can you run two separate machines off them or would you … With two adapters can you run two separate machines off them or would you need three adapters for that? Is one like the sending unit and one the receiving


No both units send and recieve you can put multiple machines off a single adapter via a switch or router.

Thanks for this, been trying for some Devolo ones on ebay but I think these will do the job fine. :thumbsup:

ordered a pair to replace my 85mb ones. heat and rep added!

Assume I can use xbox360 through this?
One for router and one at xbox end??

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crazygunuk;7702538

Assume I can use xbox360 through this?One for router and one at xbox end??



correct:thumbsup:

Thanks. Terrible wireless coverage upstairs (for the PS3 at least), so hopefully these will do the job.
H + R added. :thumbsup:

huggychair;7702647

correct:thumbsup:



Thanks.

Do they 'link' to the xbox?

what I mean is can I plug and unplug the xbox ethernet cable to swop with the ethernet from my bluray player to use BD live?

Or does it have to reconnect each time?

assume once the link is made between each adapter then anything ethernet can plug in

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This is just like plugging your X-box (or other ethernet) device into a port on your router; The Xbox firmware will behave as such. If you don't want to go hot-swapping cables then I can suggest a switch to plug into the X-box end such as:
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You can also setup discrete networks between specific devices if you were say, gaming and streaming on the same client device. Google the chipset (mentioned earlier here) to find a firmware/software that can do this.
Depending on the version of the software you use, you may also be able to prioritize packets, in order to give priority to say -gaming-. Just make sure you use the same firmware on both/(all) devices for maximum compatibility :thumbsup:

Anyone know the answer to post 26???

[QUOTE]Please can anyone tell me if these are compatible with the ZyXEL PLA 401 v2 200Mbs Homeplugs?

Seen this question asked a few times on the Ebuyer product discussion without an answer

Thanks/QUOTE]

As I already have two ZyXel's and would like to use these with them.....

Original Poster

As long as they use the latest firmware all your adapters should be fine! :roll:
Find the latest firmware for your adapter and use it., surprising results may well entail :thumbsup:

it appears Ebuyer have lowered the minimum order value for free delivery. But their website still say £49.99 for free delivery any ebuyer staff here would like to explain this?

Computerman;7706347

it appears Ebuyer have lowered the minimum order value for free delivery. … it appears Ebuyer have lowered the minimum order value for free delivery. But their website still say £49.99 for free delivery any ebuyer staff here would like to explain this?



They do free shipping now and again on certain items under £50, looks like this is one of them. :thumbsup:
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