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Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit £23.99 delivered at Ebuyer
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enda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit

PH6 is a powerline adapter designed for 3D/HD video streaming and home entertainment sharing. With the latest Homeplug AV2 technology, PH6 uses existing electrical that can offer a transmission rate of up to 1000Mbps. The Plug and play feature frees you from having to set it up. Designed with an integrated power socket, PH6 will not decrease the number of power sockets in your family.


Ultra-fast internet connection over your existing electrical circuit

With the latest Homeplug av2 technology, PH6 provides a transmission rate of as high as 1000 Mbps, allowing you to watch 4K HD videos and transfer bulky data over your existing powerline.


Gigabit Ethernet port for fast data transfer

10 times faster than 100 Mbps Ethernet port, its gigabit Ethernet port provides 1000 Mbps LAN connection speed for wired devices, such as TV, game console, set-top box, PC, NAS and printer.


Plug and play,No need setup

Delivered in a paired condition, it works properly as soon as it is cabled and powered on.

Integrated power socket, no power socket goes to waste

Designed with a power socket that allows as high as 16 A current, PH6 can supply power to TV, game console or desktop computer. The built-in noise isolation filter reduces interference from the electrical appliance plugged to the power socket of PH6.

Power saving mode for 85% less energy consumption

PH6 enters power saving mode when no device is connected to reduce energy consumption by over 85% subject to the operating environment.

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Before Sam_of_London informs us that he's had the "AV2O0O fOr FiVe yEarS", I'll add my recommendation for these.
Added to give my son's PC a wired connection to his bedroom and maintains a rock solid 60Mb connection with 12ms ping (Sky Fibre Max).
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Before Sam_of_London informs us that he's had the "AV2O0O fOr FiVe yEarS", I'll add my recommendation for these.
Added to give my son's PC a wired connection to his bedroom and maintains a rock solid 60Mb connection with 12ms ping (Sky Fibre Max).
Skwoddie21/01/2020 13:08

Before Sam_of_London informs us that he's had the "AV2O0O fOr FiVe yEarS", …Before Sam_of_London informs us that he's had the "AV2O0O fOr FiVe yEarS", I'll add my recommendation for these. Added to give my son's PC a wired connection to his bedroom and maintains a rock solid 60Mb connection with 12ms ping (Sky Fibre Max).


Alas, sam_of_london is a banned account, along with a very similar sounding person, hotul, who registered a week after Sam's last post.

In any case, great price this, would snap up if not already having a bunch of AV500's.
Does anyone know if you can add extra slave units or are these just point-to-point?
Ashe21/01/2020 13:15

Alas, sam_of_london is a banned account, along with a very similar …Alas, sam_of_london is a banned account, along with a very similar sounding person, hotul, who registered a week after Sam's last post.In any case, great price this, would snap up if not already having a bunch of AV500's.


Am I opening up a can of worns by wondering "out loud" why he was banned?
Edited by: "Savaholic" 21st Jan
Yes you can add other existing power line adapters to these adapters no probs.
Bought these 2 weeks ago and there brilliant, never drop out, rock solid.
Highly recomend.
SoSad66621/01/2020 13:55

Yes you can add other existing power line adapters to these adapters no …Yes you can add other existing power line adapters to these adapters no probs.Bought these 2 weeks ago and there brilliant, never drop out, rock solid.Highly recomend.


Thanks @SoSad666 , had a better look and so apparently any AV2 compliant 1000 should work with them, shame the best I can see for a single is £20! Hot for the pair still.
Would it be OK to use this to connect to a network switch?

I have this one currently and was thinking I could buy the adapter, hook it up and on the receiving end connect it to the network switch so that I could then connect a TV, consoles etc. to that.

Would this work and would I still be getting decent speeds (compared to what our broadand stardard is)?

EDIT: Now thinking that I should maybe update the switch too. If I were to buy this one would the question I asked above still be possible?
Edited by: "boonspoon" 21st Jan
Ashe21/01/2020 13:15

Alas, sam_of_london is a banned account, along with a very similar …Alas, sam_of_london is a banned account, along with a very similar sounding person, hotul, who registered a week after Sam's last post.In any case, great price this, would snap up if not already having a bunch of AV500's.


Do you know why Sam was banned?
freakstyler21/01/2020 15:04

Do you know why Sam was banned?



I didn't know he was banned.I thought he had just left to form a numerically titled band with 19 other people to sing protest songs about customs charges.
Can confirm these work very well. I got 2 sets a few months to connect a Sky Q 2TB box with 3 Minis as they were causing havoc over wifi. 80 megs consistently from each device, and the sky system has not gone down since. Also works well with gigabit ethernet switches
Wonder if someone could help. Currently use a BT Essentials 500 powerline to provide my home office above my garage (separate consumer unit to the house but same power supply). It has worked well for months but has suddenly stopped picking up the signal. Receiving unit seems fine when placed within the house. No changes have been made and nothing extra plugged in to any of the sockets.

Any ideas? Would this Tenda unit be likely to work more effectively?
I have 2 sets of these, consistently around. 110-115MB/s from all (Close to the theoretical max 125MB/s), have never failed and absolutely no configuring was needed. I like the pass-through ones, so you don't lose a plug point.
Using these for a few weeks now...good price, work well so far. Get 12ms ping with 72Mbps connected between upstairs and downstairs.
To earlier questions. Yes, you can connect it to a network switch.
We had it connected to a network switch, it did work....but then moved it to the back of modem router due to a change in position.
But remember, the power end HAS to be connected to a wall socket, not an extension socket.

EDIT : pls add £3.50 postage to above price
Also, I bought it with TP-Link Litewave
Edited by: "playdumb" 21st Jan
I have 2 pairs of these Passthrus;
One pair connected to a Network Switch.
Plug in & forget for me.
Recommend.
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