NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon

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What does pass through Mean
wakkaday1 m ago

What does pass through Mean


Means you can still use the plug socket for other things.
Ah I get it clever

This or the tp link which is £35
Edited by: "wakkaday" 26th Dec 2017
wakkaday3 m ago

What does pass through Mean


The power "passes through", allowing you to plug a plug into it, so it doesn't make a plug socket unavailable.
wakkaday3 m ago

Ah I get it cleverThis or the tp link which is £35


This.

Netgear is an American company from California.
tp-link is a Chinese company from Shenzen.
Ordered these earlier, only £5 more than the none pass through which I’ll be sending back.
Currently using some 600 TP Links over about 50m of armoured cable and a second DB which have performed well. Looking forward to trying these 1200s
Can you mix a TP and a Netgear?
ValueTown17 m ago

Can you mix a TP and a Netgear?


No
What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use these as opposed to 600 models. Would you see a difference in download speed
wakkaday32 m ago

Ah I get it cleverThis or the tp link which is £35


I've gone for the tp link, still a decent company and good reviews, and a tenner cheaper.
gogboy8 m ago

What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use …What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use these as opposed to 600 models. Would you see a difference in download speed


Yes. I moved from AV600 to AV1200 and download speeds went from about 50 to a 100 which is what the broadband is rated at.
It will also depend on the quality of your house wiring.
£39.99 If maplin have stock
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It's been cheaper in the past
ValueTown4 h, 9 m ago

Can you mix a TP and a Netgear?


Yes, if they use the same protocol and encryption.

I mix TP-Link, D-Link and Netgear without a problem.
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