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TP-LINK PA411KIT AV500 500 Mbps Powerline Adapter Starter Kit- Twin Pack

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AV500 1 Port
  • High-speed data transfer rate up to 500M, ideal for HD video or 3D video streaming
  • Up to 300 meter range over the home's electrical circuit
  • Plug and Play operation means no additional wires or configuration required
  • Patented power-saving mode automatically reduces power consumption by up to 85%
  • Fully compatible with other TP-Link powerline products
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TP-LINK PA411KIT AV500 500 Mbps Powerline Adapter Starter Kit- Twin Pack + 2m 2 metre Blue Cat5e Ethernet RJ45 High Speed Network Cable Lead Cat 5e + 2m 2 metre Purple Cat5e Ethernet RJ45 High Speed Network Cable Lead Cat 5e
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Product Information

Style Name: AV500 1 Port
Technical Details
Item Weight168 g
Product Dimensions6.5 x 5.2 x 2.8 cm
Item model numberTL-PA411KIT(UK)
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 17 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012

Product Description

Style Name: AV500 1 Port

Product Description

TP-Link PA411KIT AV500 Powerline Adapter -- Twin Pack

TP-Link AV500 Powerline Adapter
Miniature Design, Ultra-compact

With its ultra-compact housing design, TL-PA411KIT is much smaller than TP-Link's legacy mini 500Mbps Powerline products. At just 28.5mm thick, it blends well in front of power outlets.

TP-Link AV500 Powerline Adapter
Up to 500Mbps, 300 Meters

With advanced HomePlug AV technology, TL-PA411KIT provides users with stable, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 500Mbps on a line length of up to 300 meters. Together with its built-in AES encryption, the TL-PA411KIT is a great choice for a whole home solution to connect all network compatible devices -- from computers and game consoles to set-top boxes for IPTV to printers and NAS hard drives.

TP-Link AV500 Powerline Adapter
HD Streaming

Up to 500Mbps powerline speed ensures smooth HD streaming.

Reduce Power Consumption Up to 85%

The TL-PA411KIT, featuring a practical design and sophisticated Power-Saving Mode, consumes less power when compared with existing Powerline adapters. When there is no data transmission or reception occurs over a certain period of time, it will automatically switch from its regular Working Mode to Power-Saving Mode, which reduces energy consumption by up to 85%*.

*Actual data will vary because of the network conditions and environmental factors.

TP-Link AV500 Powerline Adapter
Pair Button for Easy Network Security

Simply by pushing the Pair button on the adapters, you can set-up a hassle-free Powerline network within minutes, complete with 128-bit AES encryption for network security and data protection -- it's that simple.

  1. Plug the adapter into the power outlet
  2. Connect the device via the network cable to the adapter
  3. Press the pair buttons -- and you're done

*Note: Powerline adapters must be deployed in sets of two or more.

Support QoS for Advanced Multiple-media Optimisation

Quality of Service (QoS) function prioritises the bandwidth requirements of data traffic. Users can choose which type of traffic they will use -- Internet, Online Game, and Audio or Video, Voice over IP, and the QoS functions will help ensure clear, instant reproduction of that application, even when other applications are running on the network at the same time.

Installation Guide

You can download the User Quick Installation Guide following the link.

Which Powerline Extender Is for You?
TP-Link PA411KIT
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Powerline speed up to 500Mbps 500Mbps 500Mbps 500Mbps 500Mbps
Wireless Speed up to 300Mbps
Wired connection to multiple devices 1 1 3 2 2
You won’t lose a power socket
HD/3D Streaming
Universal Compatibility

Box Contains

2 x Powerline Ethernet Adapter
2 x RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Resource CD
Quick Installation Guide

Customer Questions & Answers

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186 of 189 people found the following review helpful By MrE TOP 50 REVIEWER on 18 July 2014
Style Name: AV200 3 Ports
It seems Amazon has lumped all the reviews of the different variations of this product together, just so you know my review is based on the twin pack 200mbps adapters with 3 ports "TL-PA2030KIT".

If you want a wired internet connection to a PC, games console or another device but your Router is in a different room then "powerline adapters" are the way to go. They use the electrical wiring system in your house as data cables to send and receive data. The key thing to understand is that for them to work, they must all be on the same fuse box, what i mean by that is if one floor in your house works off a different fuse box than the other, then they won't be able to work across different floors. If your house has 1 Fuse box that covers the whole house then you won't have a problem!!

These by TP-Link are fantastic and are rated up to 200mbps (that's megabits not megabytes). For 99% of people that should be more than sufficient for most things including gaming (you can game off 75mbps quite easily although these will allow for a better bandwidth).

These units are quite small and compact and each features 3 ethernet ports so you can connect up to 3 devices at each end. I myself have my PC, PS4 and TV connected at the same time. You simply plug both adapters in and turn them on and if they don't auto pair then simply press the pair button on one and then go and press the same button on the other and they will sync together. Security wise once connected they are protected by a 128-bit AES Encryption.

There are three lights on the adapters, the top one identifies that the unit is getting power, the second is to show that it has connected to the other adapter and the bottom light shows data is being sent and received.
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926 of 965 people found the following review helpful By D. Marcus on 10 Aug. 2012
Style Name: AV500 1 Port Verified Purchase
TP-Link PA411 AV500 Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack

Ok I went for the 500Mbps ones (but they work on the same principles as the 200 mbps ones, just faster) but was sceptical about 500Mbps over a 1940's built house, but neither the less wanted to give my Virgin Media 120mb line the best chance..

Virgin are always upgrading their broadband connection speed so I'd imagine 200 mbps would be surpassed within a year or two as they roll out 300 mbps and 500 mbps lines going forward.


Ignore the instructions, just do this...
1) Connect your 1st homeplug to your broadband router via supplied network lead
2) Connect your 2nd homeplug to your other PC/Xbox/Laptop etc
3) Press the pair button on the 1st home plug in for 1 second (power LED will slowly flash)
4) RUN to the 2nd homeplug and press pair button in for 1 Second
5) Both units will flash for a minute or two (not sure why it takes this length of time, but it don't matter - go make a cuppa) and then the connection should be established. Turn on your other PC/Xbox/Laptop device etc and enjoy.

NOTE: You can add another homeplug by pairing with the 1st one.
You can also move the home plug to another socket, you don't need to do any of the above pairing etc as they are already "friends".

After this I went to get some food but came back and now wanted to test the speed of these badboys! I installed the supplied software and after a fiddly time trying to get the 2nd homeplug picked up by the software (though it still allowed network traffic - just the software couldn't see it) I was horrified to see a paltry 11mpbs!
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88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Alistair MacKay on 20 Oct. 2012
Style Name: AV500 1 Port Verified Purchase
Amazing little things. Loved the first pair so much I bought another pair!
I decided to get the 500mbps instead of the ever-so-slightly cheaper 200mbps and I dont think there would be much difference in performance but I like to future-proof since we've just had fibre optic installed (can handle our 30mbps connection no problem)

REMEMBER: 500mbps doesnt mean 500megabytes per second, it means 500megabits per second.
(Google it if you want to find out more but you divide the mbps by 8 to give you megabytes value)

Quite easy to setup, little instruction manual explains everything pretty simply.

To pair the connectors up in a network you need to press the button for a specific length of time, and wow it has to be exact. If you're not getting the power light blinking slowly its not looking for anything to pair BUT keep trying! Try and press it for a bit longer perhaps - until you get the power light to flash - then the same on the other plug.
Adding the second pair was easy, do them one at a time - Trigger it to begin pairing, find an existing one and tell that to pair, wait a minute or two for them to get acquainted, then same for the forth.

So far tested sucessfully on:
NAS (Network Attached Storage) Drive - NSA310 Zyxel to be exact
Sony Playstation 3
Numerous Desktop PCs and Laptops - Win 7, Vista.
Sky Anytime box to give Anytime+ HD (niiiiiiice)
Additional switches - so you'd like to split the connection further once its back out the wall, pick up a cheap ethernet switch and you're sorted. Theres a relatively cheap TP Link Switch on the market for around £13-£15 that Im sure would do the trick but I'm using an Edimax I had spare. (P.S.
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