TP-Link TL-PA211KIT AV200 Nano 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack, £12.48 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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TP-Link TL-PA211KIT AV200 Nano 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack, £12.48 Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Found 4th Jun 2014
TP-Link TL-PA211KIT AV200 Nano 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack, £12.48 Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Great price - ordered 2 kits for my new place.

Rude not to with the 3 years warranty!

Holy crap, scorching deal!

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Ca you use them as WiFi booster ?

You could use these then hook up another wireless box yes.

Thanks dunny_

Great price, very tempted

excellent deal! hawwwt.

Thats cheap! I can highly recommend these. Brilliant use of technology.

I have a pair of d-link 500mbps home plugs currently (1 is in lounge 1 is in study) if I was to buy this pack could I put 1 in each bedroom to link to the existing network or would they not be compatible with each other? Thanks

great deal, I have a pair of these feeding my bedroom. I have the tp link switch which links to the powerline adapter to provide multiple Ethernet ports of which I have linked to my tv and ps3..

Same price with DABS at the moment with free delivery: dabs.com/pro…tml

malificar

I have a pair of d-link 500mbps home plugs currently (1 is in lounge 1 is … I have a pair of d-link 500mbps home plugs currently (1 is in lounge 1 is in study) if I was to buy this pack could I put 1 in each bedroom to link to the existing network or would they not be compatible with each other? Thanks



You should be able to pair them to the main powerline at the source (router side) using the pairing buttons on them, its easiest when the units are very nearby (ideally the same socket if double) to pair them and then move them afterwards to their desired location.

Alternatively, you can modify your whole network of powerlines using a utility such as ZyXel's which I have. The software provides the ability to rename individual powerlines in real time so you can make multiple isolated networks with many powerline adaptors.
I've done this with Arcnet, ZyXel & BT ones.
Utility: ftp://ftp.zyxel.com/PLA…zip

(The utility isn't limited to ZyXels hardware, its compatible with all modern powerlines for configuring & only works accurately when your PC is wired to either the router or a receiving powerline.)
Edited by: "EpiKz" 4th Jun 2014

Thanks a lot

malificar

I have a pair of d-link 500mbps home plugs currently (1 is in lounge 1 is … I have a pair of d-link 500mbps home plugs currently (1 is in lounge 1 is in study) if I was to buy this pack could I put 1 in each bedroom to link to the existing network or would they not be compatible with each other? Thanks



Should be compatible, but I believe that the whole network would then be limited to the AV200 speeds. Whether this would affect you depends on the current transfer speeds and what your uses are.

Hoping these work fine upstairs in my room while the route is downstairs. Don't like the sudden connection drop sometimes with my mini wireless USB on my PC. Hopefully these give a nice stable connection all the time, also can see it being useful if I ever got a console good price.

Read too much about these failing to bother.

Can I just ask . . .

Have recently got two pair of TP-Link AV200 Pass Through Starter Kits, will these work well with them in other rooms in the house or will they clash in some way?


Thanks in advance.

Midge

Can I just ask . . . Have recently got two pair of TP-Link AV200 Pass … Can I just ask . . . Have recently got two pair of TP-Link AV200 Pass Through Starter Kits, will these work well with them in other rooms in the house or will they clash in some way?Thanks in advance.



They won't clash, they will work together.

these are wired (ethernet) & not wireless

got mine today - very small indeed.

Got mine today as well. These work very well and were set up very quickly. They are big improvement on even a good wireless signal.

OOS

Original Poster

Lowest price while it lasted. Expired now.

Original Poster

Back in stock. Back-ordered. Due in stock June 11 -- order now to reserve yours.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 10th Jun 2014

ordered just now cheers

Original Poster

In stock on June 12, 2014.

Bought these in 2012 for £35 and they're still going - bought 2 more to add to the PL network.

Good find! :-)

Got these last time on offer, fantastic when working but using with TP splitter/hub and at least once a week sons Xbox & PS3 freeze and have to unplug both plugs then it work fine again. Both working from socket not extension lead

Will these handle a 50Mb internet lineat full speed or should I be looking at faster plugs?

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Showing instock now.

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Will these handle a 50Mb internet lineat full speed or should I be … Will these handle a 50Mb internet lineat full speed or should I be looking at faster plugs?



yes they will do 50Mb

Have had TP Link for years. They are superb instead of wireless, it gives great hard wired connection to my TV, Xbox, PC Bought these for family member. Buy at this price, you won't go wrong.

Original Poster

8p off, down to £12.40

Price updated.

Original Poster

£12.48 now. Got a fuzzing feeling that it'll jump between £12.40 & £12.48 for short while.

Price updated.

Deal_HUNT3R

yes they will do 50Mb



If your house wiring is good, I have never seen better than about 45 over AV200 units. The AV500 units perform significantly better. A reasonable rule of thumb is to expect around 1/3 of the headline speed. I get around 145 between my AV500 units.

So you shouldn't lose too much with the AV200s if you are just using them to extend Internet access. The AV500s are of more benefit when you have a home network with file server.
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