ZYXEL  PLA5206-GB0201F  1000Mb/s Gigabit Powerline Adaptor Kit - £23.94 @ CPC
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ZYXEL PLA5206-GB0201F 1000Mb/s Gigabit Powerline Adaptor Kit - £23.94 @ CPC

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Found 28th JanMade hot 28th Jan
Instantly expand your network simply using your homes power sockets

Provides a high-performance network ideal for Full-HD streaming and online gaming.

Based on the new HomePlug AV2 standard with data transfer rates up to 1000Mbps

Backwards compatible with HomePlug AV devices

Multicolour LED displays powerline network quality

Power saving mode reduces energy consumption

Advanced QoS enhances media streaming quality

128-bit AES encryption for network security

Simple push-button encryption configuration

300m Maximum range over power lines

Compatible with any operating system

Utility software supports Win XP/Vista/7/8

Equipped with Gigabit RJ45 connection

Dimensions (HxWxD): 93x61x32mm

**EDIT**

Thank you daviescr for finding a better price

cpc.farnell.com/zyx…202

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Good price as checked a few sites and finally found are proper gigabyte ports on ebuyer!

great price heat added

"Compatible with any operating system". No, they are operating system independent.

i got the twin ones of these when last posted from cpc.im not joking folks this is the best bit of kit you will ever buy.simply plug and play

Better price still from same seller.... (£19.95+VAT - £23.94 including VAT)

cpc.farnell.com/zyx…202

HTH.

Edited by: "daviescr" 28th Jan

weren't this £17 before xmas

polly69

weren't this £17 before xmas


i was,but no one including me havent got their orders

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"Compatible with any operating system". No, they are operating system … "Compatible with any operating system". No, they are operating system independent.



​so you can't plug this into a switch then

Narkodrom

i was,but no one including me havent got their orders



​ What? I received mine no problem at all. they're pretty solid adapters for this price.

I bought these last week and I get the same speed from these upstairs as I do directly connected to the router downstairs. I paid £28 for them from Amazon.

No, the switch is wifi only

johnro

​so you can't plug this into a switch then


preacher

No, the switch is wifi only



​these are power line adaptors, they can be hardwired into a switch

If I was to get some pass through ones with these would there be a problem with compatibility.

if your with bt you can get a set off these for free. don't know if there as hood but my set works perfect.

johnro

​so you can't plug this into a switch then



You can plug them into whatever you like. The operating system a computer happens to be running has absolutely nothing to do with it.

kirkey13

if your with bt you can get a set off these for free. don't know if there … if your with bt you can get a set off these for free. don't know if there as hood but my set works perfect.



​how?

Bought the pass through one on the previous deal, anyone had any luck getting them to work with other brands?

can you use with existing powerline (200Mb) adapters already installed?

SRFC1928

https://m.mymemory.co.uk/product?p=47232Dlink version here for gigabit on … https://m.mymemory.co.uk/product?p=47232Dlink version here for gigabit on my memory


Anyone How these compare to the ones ZYXEL ones Would the d-Link ones be better or the ZYXEL? As there's not much of a price difference

p_pelegris

​how?



​just ring up and say your youviee box is in a different room to your router and you can't use it without powerline adapters.

Does this only extend it within the same ring main? My garage up the garden is on it's own rcd, would this improve my signal up there?

Hey folks I have read that adaptors need to be on the same power ring and I have also seen folks say they work across as long as they're on the same meter. Is that down to model?

Ordered from CPC... They are £ 38 on Amazon UK (amazon.co.uk/PLA…_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1485884196&sr=8-10&keywords=gigabit+powerline)

ake7861

Anyone How these compare to the ones ZYXEL ones Would the d-Link ones be … Anyone How these compare to the ones ZYXEL ones Would the d-Link ones be better or the ZYXEL? As there's not much of a price difference


D-Link DHP-601AV/B PowerLine AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit is £21.95 from MyMemory on Amazon:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…QT0
Edited by: "EQL" 6th Feb

EQL

D-Link DHP-601AV/B PowerLine AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit is £21.95 … D-Link DHP-601AV/B PowerLine AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit is £21.95 from MyMemory on Amazon:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00PS1BQT0



Good spot. And the D-Link DHP-509AV/B AV 500 HD PowerLine Starter Kit is just £14.48 new from Amazon (~£1 cheaper for Used - Very Good from the warehouse).

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Good spot. And the D-Link DHP-509AV/B AV 500 HD PowerLine Starter Kit … Good spot. And the D-Link DHP-509AV/B AV 500 HD PowerLine Starter Kit is just £14.48 new from Amazon (~£1 cheaper for Used - Very Good from the warehouse).


One review:
pcadvisor.co.uk/rev…98/
"Both sets of D-Link Powerlines are basic. There’s no wireless function to add a new Wi-Fi hotspot in the second room (as some Powerlines boast) and there’s no pass-through power socket on the adapters either, so they will use up your wall sockets – don’t plug them into a power extender as this will slow them down.

If you don’t have a ton of power sockets then you should consider Powerline adapters with these integrated pass-through sockets. D-Link is planning pass-through versions of both products."
(How much are your power sockets worth? It looks like pass-through versions are around £50).

This 2016 Wirecutter review says:
"The...[list of adapters], D-Link Powerline AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter Kit (DHP-601AV) were fine but unexceptional last year; now they’re too slow."
The 2000 Mbps items that they are slower than look to cost nearly £100:
amazon.co.uk/s/r…000

For me, these are the previous generation's products, selling at a 50% discount. Probably still good enough though.
Edited by: "EQL" 8th Feb

EQL

One … One review:http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/powerline-adapters/d-link-av2-1000-hd-powerline-adapters-review-3623398/"Both sets of D-Link Powerlines are basic. There’s no wireless function to add a new Wi-Fi hotspot in the second room (as some Powerlines boast) and there’s no pass-through power socket on the adapters either, so they will use up your wall sockets – don’t plug them into a power extender as this will slow them down.If you don’t have a ton of power sockets then you should consider Powerline adapters with these integrated pass-through sockets. D-Link is planning pass-through versions of both products."(How much are your power sockets worth? It looks like pass-through versions are around £50).This 2016 Wirecutter review says:"The...[list of adapters], D-Link Powerline AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter Kit (DHP-601AV) were fine but unexceptional last year; now they’re too slow."The 2000 Mbps items that they are slower than look to cost nearly £100:https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dcomputers&field-keywords=powerline+2000&rh=n%3A340831031%2Ck%3Apowerline+2000For me, these are the previous generation's products, selling at a 50% discount. Probably still good enough though.



Can't say those reviews look particularly helpful. I'm using a pair of BT AV200 powerline adapters and they are perfectly adequate for my needs and would no doubt be for at least 90% of the country.

3guesses

Can't say those reviews look particularly helpful. I'm using a pair of … Can't say those reviews look particularly helpful. I'm using a pair of BT AV200 powerline adapters and they are perfectly adequate for my needs and would no doubt be for at least 90% of the country.

Totally agree, I have no problems with the Netgear 200mbps adapters or Trendnet 500 Mbps adapters I have.
For somebody looking for high throughput on their Lan, 200mbps may not be enough, but is more than adequate for my needs.
Also pass through is just a gimmick as far as I'm concerned and an unnecessary extra expense. Non pass through are much smaller and double plug adapters are cheap.
I have also never had an issue with trailing sockets either.

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Regards
Flea
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