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Tenda PH3 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit Twin Pack UK Plugs 1000Mbps - £22.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop
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Tenda PH3 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit Twin Pack UK Plugs 1000Mbps - £22.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop

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Posted 18th Jun
It's been a while since I've used powerline adapters, but this seems a good price for a gigabit pair.

  • 3 year warranty
  • Supports QoS & IPTV streaming
  • Effective transmission distance up to 300 meters
  • Compliant with Homeplug AV2 & IEEE 802.3, IEEE802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab standard

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And if you'd like wifi at the remote end, these are £35 @amazon amazon.co.uk/Ten…MC/
Same price in their ebay shop, better if you after extra nectar points
invested in these, as I got 500mb vodafone fibre broadband and want to remove any constraints in my house setup.
they are pretty good. I only get 300mb out of them as I live in an old house, but defiantly a good price, and cheaper than what I paid with amazon. highly advise to invest in a gigabit switch/hub as well, and maybe these gigabit USB adaptors if your current laptop does not support gigbit

amazon.co.uk/UGR…c=1
I've been using these since November, as Powerlines go they've been the most reliable compared with the Netgear and TP-Link adapters I had been using previously - the pass through PH6 adapters are also decent. I've had no issues with them, using them as back-haul for my BT discs they also they also carry multiple IP camera streams to my NVR and they've been rock solid.
Would they be suitable for using with a PlayStation? Also can they be used in conjunction with a belkin powerline?
Edited by: "ahrp976" 18th Jun
ahrp97618/06/2019 09:25

Would they be suitable for using with a PlayStation? Also can they be used …Would they be suitable for using with a PlayStation? Also can they be used in conjunction with a belkin powerline?



I don't have a PlayStation but if it uses a standard Ethernet connection then these would work perfectly.
As these are Homeplug / AV2 compliant, they should also work with your existing Belkin adapters (might need to do some manual 'pairing' though...).
Since picking up a cheap Tenda mesh set up I'd never go back to powerline adaptors, plus the mesh nodes even have ethernet ports on them if your device has no wi-fi (Samsung smart TV for example)
Ive yet to see any powerline adapters get anywhere near their rated speeds. I've tried 200Mbps, 500/600Mbps, Gigabit adapters
and mine is a newish house too.
I bought them about 2 years ago for £17 from Amazon to replace Devolo. These are much better than Devolo and TP-Link. The only thing I don't like is a little noise, buzzing, otherwise they are the best
Any idea how much power they use?
SuperFlyBlues18/06/2019 18:39

Any idea how much power they use?



Honestly, I've no idea, but I would say it's only a few watts - possibly about the same as a USB wall charger...?

Edit: found a forum post related to TP-Link 500Mbps which says they're rated at 2W, so these can't be more than 4W, so < 10W for the pair. HTH!

Edit 2 - specs from 7DayShop product page:

Specifications
Speed Powerline 1000Mbps
Standard&Protocol HomePlug AV2
IEEE 802.3,IEEE 802.3u,IEEE 802.3ab
Interface 1*10/100/1000M
Modulation Technology OFDM,CSMA/CA
Button 1*Pair/Reset
LED 1*Power 1*Powerline 1*Ethernet
Power Consumption Maximum: 3.2W (220V/50Hz)
Minimum: 0.36W (220V/50Hz)
Power Input AC100~240V 50/60Hz 0.1A
Frequency Powerline:2-86MHz
Dimension 82mm*60mm*32mm
Certification CE,FCC,RoHs
Plug Type UK
EnvironmentOperating Temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature: -40°F ~ 158°F (-40°C ~ 70°C )
Operating Humidity:10% ~ 90% RH non-condensing
Storage Humidity:5% ~ 90%RH non-condensing.
Edited by: "WillieGophar" 18th Jun
These look great, need some with pass through though
darynq18/06/2019 09:38

Since picking up a cheap Tenda mesh set up I'd never go back to powerline …Since picking up a cheap Tenda mesh set up I'd never go back to powerline adaptors, plus the mesh nodes even have ethernet ports on them if your device has no wi-fi (Samsung smart TV for example)



darynq18/06/2019 09:38

Since picking up a cheap Tenda mesh set up I'd never go back to powerline …Since picking up a cheap Tenda mesh set up I'd never go back to powerline adaptors, plus the mesh nodes even have ethernet ports on them if your device has no wi-fi (Samsung smart TV for example)



Samsung Smart TV's have WiFi capability!
zworld27/06/2019 22:08

Samsung Smart TV's have WiFi capability!

Older models don't (so they could sell you the dongle) and the newer ones have notoriously bad wifi (a quick google shows this) which means you have to reconnect to the wifi probably 9 out of 10 times you turn the set on so only way to have solid connection is ethernet...

Owner of 3 Samsung TVs including one bought 3 months ago which I ended up having to hard wire
darynq28/06/2019 06:30

Older models don't (so they could sell you the dongle) and the newer ones …Older models don't (so they could sell you the dongle) and the newer ones have notoriously bad wifi (a quick google shows this) which means you have to reconnect to the wifi probably 9 out of 10 times you turn the set on so only way to have solid connection is ethernet...Owner of 3 Samsung TVs including one bought 3 months ago which I ended up having to hard wire



I have a pretty old 5 series Smart TV and it has WiFi capability.
zworld28/06/2019 22:54

I have a pretty old 5 series Smart TV and it has WiFi capability.


Good for you. Two of my three don't
I guess there would be no issues with buying two of these kits to use on the same network. So feeding Three Powerlines?
Techie9330/06/2019 18:00

I guess there would be no issues with buying two of these kits to use on …I guess there would be no issues with buying two of these kits to use on the same network. So feeding Three Powerlines?


I believe that's right - one 'master' feeding three 'slaves' should work, but I'm no expert.
Try a live chat with 7DayShop - they're usually pretty helpful.
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