Sumvision 1000Mbps Homeplug Kit Gigabit Twin Pack £29.99 @ Saverstore
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Sumvision 1000Mbps Homeplug Kit Gigabit Twin Pack £29.99 @ Saverstore

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Found 13th Sep 2014
I found this 1Gbit Powerline Adapter at lower price lower than the branded (TP-Link, Zyxel, Gearnet ...) usually 300Mbps - 600Mbps. It looks ok for me, ordered one for streaming FHD content and gaming.

Standards: Homeplug AV2, IEEE802.3,IEEE802.3u,IEEE802.3ab
Interface: 1 * Gigabit LAN
datarate: 1000mbps

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Good price for what are the newest level of homeplug - 1000Mbps and 1200Mbps models should both hitting the market right now or very soon from all brands.

As usual the speed you will get is nothing close to the marketing number (which is theoretical PHY rate) and in fact they may not even be particularly faster than 600Mbps or even 500Mbps models in some users homes.

But still a good price compared to other brands. With homeplugs I would *always* buy them from somewhere with a strong return policy because depending on your wiring layout and other factors they just may not work at all or may work crap.

Probably a stupid question but can I transfer my broadband through this so I can connect my telly (not WiFi) in a different room away from my router?

stainless77

Probably a stupid question but can I transfer my broadband through this … Probably a stupid question but can I transfer my broadband through this so I can connect my telly (not WiFi) in a different room away from my router?



Yes. It's effectively a super long Ethernet cable than runs through your home wiring.

stainless77

Probably a stupid question but can I transfer my broadband through this … Probably a stupid question but can I transfer my broadband through this so I can connect my telly (not WiFi) in a different room away from my router?



Yes that's the whole point, also it was a stupid question but hey at least you recognised it might be

Banned

Hey, MrFinch...how about you be less patronising to the guy? Tool.

Banned

Yeah, stupid question, and what a tool

mrfinch

Yes that's the whole point, also it was a stupid question but hey at … Yes that's the whole point, also it was a stupid question but hey at least you recognised it might be



Not a stupid question - a good one; for those that know the answer - it doesnt matter; but many will not.

Are these different makes of network adaptors compatible with each other. I mean can these work with the TP link ones (Has to be within a secure network - paired together) for example?
Edited by: "Aiadi" 14th Sep 2014

no such thing as a stupid question only stupid answers,

some info:

en.wikipedia.org/wik…lug

says its not avilable?

"This product has sold out. "

Although this is a new product I would like to see a few reviews before I buy. A lot of the Sumvision stuff is cheap and nasty, however at the price it may be worth a punt... buy cheap buy twice?

Original Poster

ws007

says its not avilable?"This product has sold out. "



it's back in stock

Remember to encrypt if you have anything important on your network. Homeplugs leak across ring mains like a bucket with holes in it.

do these work through extention cables and breaker boards.

blex83

do these work through extention cables and breaker boards.



I've had 3 pairs of homeplugs and they all worked with an extension lead.

rev6

I've had 3 pairs of homeplugs and they all worked with an extension lead.



They might "work" through extension cables but you'll be getting a fraction of the potential speed if you run them even through a short extension. Honestly! Do some tests and you'll be shocked. No point having fast plugs if you don't do everything in your power to make them perform optimally.

chimpsinties

They might "work" through extension cables but you'll be getting a … They might "work" through extension cables but you'll be getting a fraction of the potential speed if you run them even through a short extension. Honestly! Do some tests and you'll be shocked. No point having fast plugs if you don't do everything in your power to make them perform optimally.



Maxed out my homeplugs with the extension lead.

I have used them with extension leads OK - but NOT ones with surge protectors in. That's what really kn4ckers your signal.

Is a setup available to have 3 plugs from 3 separate rooms with 1 receiving plug?

Liverpool_Bear

£27.99 here: … £27.99 here: http://www.7dayshop.com/powerline-adapters/sumvision-high-speed-gigabit-homeplug-twin-pack


Plus £1.99 delivery.

cutthroat_jake

Plus £1.99 delivery.



£26.95 delivered: mymemory.co.uk/Net…ack

Liverpool_Bear

£26.95 delivered: … £26.95 delivered: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Networking/Sumvision/Sumvision-Gigabit-1000-Mbps-Powerline-Adapter---Twin-Pack


Bought these for £24.98 instead.
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