Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £49.98 @ Ebuyer + Free Delivery
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Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £49.98 @ Ebuyer + Free Delivery

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Found 14th Aug 2009
Previously listed but expired, a great price for a great product now back in stock. Plug allows the user to connect devices through ethernet connectivity through the use of a home plug.

Perfect for anyone having wireless connection issues or for use with games consoles, the product is also suitable for use with a switch.

A great alternative to hotukdeals.com/ite…e=3 as pointed out by Captain HUKD for those requiring the extra home networking punch. ( * Now 41.99 * )

Stats:

* 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

5 Comments

been this price for ages, would consider buying if they were at £39.99

Original Poster

Quick breakdown on potential reasons to buy either (imo) :

200mbps: Useful for NAS drives, network streaming, office use, internet access & multiple machines

85mbps: Cheaper, perfect for internet use right up to 50mb

Original Poster

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been this price for ages, would consider buying if they were at £39.99



Yeah 39.99 would be a great price, posting for those who missed the previous post, and as the 85mbps plugs have increased in price.

Will these work in combo with the ones that BT Vision gave me?

The reason is I had 4 BT Vision ones and one blew up when the consumer unit tripped.
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