361°
EXPIRED
TRENDnet 500 Mbps Compact Powerline AV Kit - Twin Pack £15.99 @ ebuyer
TRENDnet 500 Mbps Compact Powerline AV Kit - Twin Pack  £15.99 @ ebuyer

TRENDnet 500 Mbps Compact Powerline AV Kit - Twin Pack £15.99 @ ebuyer

Buy forBuy forBuy for£15.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Not sure if it is a good deal (not up to date with the current prices and gigbit ports etc). Just posted in case it is a decent one. Being sold at Amazon for £22.83.

TRENDnet 500 Mbps Compact Powerline AV Kit - Twin Pack
- 500 Mbps networking from any electrical outlet
- Suitable for any wired device
- Compact form factor saves space
- Up to 80% power savings

TRENDnet 500 Mbps Compact Powerline AV Kit - Twin Pack reviews
£15.99
Save £9.00

QuickFind 453841Manufacturer ID TPL-406E2K

Description click to collapse contents 
The Powerline 500 AV Nano Adapter Kit, model TPL-406E2K, uses any electrical outlet to create a secure high-speed network. Connect the first adapter to your network and plug the second adapter into any outlet on your electrical system for instant high-speed network access.

The compact form factor saves space around crowded electrical outlets. This adapter automatically connects to other TRENDnet Powerline AV adapters with no installation required – TRENDnet recommends pressing the 'Sync' button to automatically change default encryption keys.
Use up to eight adapters to network devices in different rooms without running new cabling. The power save mode reduces power consumption by up to 80%, and quality of service (QoS) technology prioritises video, audio, and online gaming.

LED displays convey device status for easy troubleshooting. Advanced 128-bit AES encryption secures your network. This adapter is ideal for use in buildings that interfere with wireless networking signals.

Includes two TPL-406E adapters
500 Mbps networking from an electrical outlet
Compact form factor saves space
Up to 80% power savings
Use one unit to transmit, and up to seven additional units to receive a network signal
Standards:
IEEE 1901, HomePlug AV, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3u
1 x 10/100 Mbps Auto-MDIX RJ-45 port
2 – 68 MHz
Features:
Up to 500 Mbps (full duplex mode)
Up to eight nodes maximum
Up to four overlapping Powerline networks per electrical system
Key features of the TPL-406E2K:
High-speed networking over an existing electrical system
Adapters automatically connect using an encrypted Powerline signal
One-touch sync button changes encryption keys
Three LED indicators: power (on/off), Powerline connection, and Ethernet connection
Share data-intensive files, play games, download music, and more at fast data transfer rates
Advanced 128-bit AES encryption to ensure total network security

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

22 Comments

Anyone seen any good deals on a pass through set? One of my plugs has just died.

Does this unit eliminate the use of a cable between the computer and the internet connection ?thanks.

dave smithson

Does this unit eliminate the use of a cable between the computer and the … Does this unit eliminate the use of a cable between the computer and the internet connection ?thanks.



No "Suitable for any wired device", you still need a network cable between the plug-in adaptor and your PC.

I have these (two sets) and work very well... I don;t know how they perform against others, but I am happy with them.

Why is this deal so cold. I double posted it as it didn't come up in the search of hotukdeals. A couple of months ago people loved £17.99 so why not £15.99
hotukdeals.com/dea…552
Edited by: "jashfield730" 12th Jul 2014

Give it a chance people have lives it's a sunny Sat.

Also available from Amazon for same price:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…ers
Use these on a freeview box, easy to setup, work reliably.

I use the TPLink ones on my Skybox F5S. they work well.

jonboy1664

Anyone seen any good deals on a pass through set? One of my plugs has … Anyone seen any good deals on a pass through set? One of my plugs has just died.



These 200's on amazon for £21 look reasonable

Remember..

eBuyer

1 x 10/100 Mbps Auto-MDIX RJ-45 port

jashfield730

Why is this deal so cold. I double posted it as it didn't come up in the … Why is this deal so cold. I double posted it as it didn't come up in the search of hotukdeals. A couple of months ago people loved £17.99 so why not £15.99http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/trendnet-500-mbps-compact-powerline-av-kit-twin-pack-was-24-99-now-17-99-ebuyer-1879552


It's obviously hot now, but this site is sometimes weird - I posted similar to this for £1 less at Maplin the other week and barely got into double figures.


jashfield730

Why is this deal so cold. I double posted it as it didn't come up in the … Why is this deal so cold. I double posted it as it didn't come up in the search of hotukdeals. A couple of months ago people loved £17.99 so why not £15.99http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/trendnet-500-mbps-compact-powerline-av-kit-twin-pack-was-24-99-now-17-99-ebuyer-1879552



People are seeing ones with gigabit ports drop in price so holding out for those (I know I did)

So what speeds does this allow? 100Mbps or 500Mbps?

Does anyone else see the ZyXEL PLA5205 showing up twice on the homepage for £29.99? And in the second instance it says it comes with a free ZyXEL GS108S 8-Port switch, but when you click on it there is no mention of the free switch.

I run these, very easy to set up , simple plug and play, does what it says on the tin, recommended,
Edited by: "lp76" 13th Jul 2014

Sorry for a dumb question but can these be used to extend a wi-fi signal

Original Poster

evo97

Sorry for a dumb question but can these be used to extend a wi-fi signal



You can't use this as a wifi extender/ signal booster (wirelessly) if that is what you mean but can be used to extend your internet to a device in other extreme of your house in a wired fashion (using a wired ethernet connection). Hope this makes sense.

musthy

You can't use this as a wifi extender/ signal booster (wirelessly) if … You can't use this as a wifi extender/ signal booster (wirelessly) if that is what you mean but can be used to extend your internet to a device in other extreme of your house in a wired fashion (using a wired ethernet connection). Hope this makes sense.



Thanks Musthy....

musthy

You can't use this as a wifi extender/ signal booster (wirelessly) if … You can't use this as a wifi extender/ signal booster (wirelessly) if that is what you mean but can be used to extend your internet to a device in other extreme of your house in a wired fashion (using a wired ethernet connection). Hope this makes sense.


Although you can then plug a wireless router in to it to extend your WiFi - just set the second router to the same settings as your first (SSID, security).

This actually 500mbps?

Original Poster

Rickardo

Although you can then plug a wireless router in to it to extend your WiFi … Although you can then plug a wireless router in to it to extend your WiFi - just set the second router to the same settings as your first (SSID, security).



Never thought that way. Good one. Thanks.

eloo

This actually 500mbps?


"1 x 10/100 Mbps"

Each powerline gets 100mbps out of a total 500Mbps (With additional adapters), it's just cleaver marketing really. If you plug in more than 4-5 you'll get significantly less than 100.

It's doubtful you'll see anywhere near 100mbps either..
Edited by: "Azurren" 15th Jul 2014

Please Expire as £17.98 (still ok price, but not the deal above)
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text