TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT Gigabit Power line - from Sainsbury's for £25
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TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT Gigabit Power line - from Sainsbury's for £25

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Found 21st Jan
Item code: 131830311
DescriptionHomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 1000Mbps, supports all your online needs. Gigabit port provides secure wired networks for desktops, smart TVs or games consoles. Plug and play, no configuration required. Patented Power-Saving Mode automatically reduces power consumption by up to 85%.

Dimensions: H13.6 x W19 x D10cm
Weight: 0.6kg




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Specs from Website:
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1000 Mbps
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Reduce Poer Consumption by up to 85%.
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Decent price - thanks for sharing @yamarac
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£7 for delivery
Posted just over a week ago as I then picked some up before going on holiday.
Is this online only?
Worth being aware that this is for TWO power line adapters. I bought three kits for £75 and very happy
deleted19950921st Jan

£7 for delivery


Free click & collect, as I am doing tomorrow, or you can choose different times for delivery to get it delivered for as little as £1. Hope this helps.
P13ULC23 m ago

Posted just over a week ago as I then picked some up before going on …Posted just over a week ago as I then picked some up before going on holiday.


I did search HUKD to see if it had already been posted but I was unable to find it. Sorry.
Silly question but how do these work? So I can plug one in the back bedroom and it will improve wireless internet speed
00480013 m ago

Silly question but how do these work? So I can plug one in the back …Silly question but how do these work? So I can plug one in the back bedroom and it will improve wireless internet speed


You plug one by your router/modem with a Ethernet cable and the another one in the other room with Ethernet cable to your pc/laptop/tv etc
you can get ones are for wireless/wifi
"Gigabit port provides secure wired networks for desktops, smart TVs or games consoles."
00480014 m ago

Silly question but how do these work? So I can plug one in the back …Silly question but how do these work? So I can plug one in the back bedroom and it will improve wireless internet speed


No. They are wired Adapters. One end connected to your router with an Ethernet cable and the other adapter connected by another Ethernet cable to the device you want to connected. The connection between the two is the electrical wiring in your house. Provides a constant hard wired connection that is more consistent in the Main than WiFi. No real configuration required. This model is at the higher end in terms of performance. Hope this helps.
price back up
still showing as £25
wakkaday20 m ago

price back up



still showing as £25
i have problems with some of my powerlines going into sleep mode and not waking up - I'm sure its something to do with powersaving - but its a right pain in the @r$e
phatbhoy1 h, 30 m ago

i have problems with some of my powerlines going into sleep mode and not …i have problems with some of my powerlines going into sleep mode and not waking up - I'm sure its something to do with powersaving - but its a right pain in the @r$e


If you mean on these particular ones there's a downloadable firmware update that fixes this
Several things about modern technology I file in my brain under Juju magic.
One is wifi settings, another is port forwarding .... and now, "This"!
I only have two at present, branded TalkTalk, which I believe are re-branded D-link units.
not sure if they are to "AV" or "AV2".
Can anyone tell me if one of these units placed in my Garage, not attached to the house but on the same ring main would communicate with my router currently receiving via said TalkTalk
(D-link) unit?
Thanks.
Edited by: "willysnapper" 22nd Jan
i have zyxel and they not communicating when i plug zyxel in other room than router but if i put zyxel where the router is than they talk.
Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a recently re-wired house with no spurs.
benfisher19919 m ago

Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a …Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a recently re-wired house with no spurs.


Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps
steevojohno22 m ago

Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps


Everything is 1000mbps. If I plug in and transfer from one PC to another I get pretty much 1000mbps transfers with cat5e.

I left one PC directly connected and the other connected via the homeplugs and managed about 150mbps or 15MB/s transfers. Slow for LAN but using them to get network to my CCTV box. Even 20mbps would be more than enough.
steevojohno2 h, 14 m ago

Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps




I updated the firmwire and messed about with the devices and what was plugged in around it.
I managed to get a 30MB/s or 240mbps. That's pretty good.
Sainsbury's in Worthing had the 600 pass through for £22.50. These have 2 ethernet ports as well as the ability to connect to the mains through it.
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