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TP-LINK TL-PA251KIT AV200+ Multi-Streaming Powerline Starter Kit with AC Pass Through (UK Plug Only)

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  • Integrated power socket to allow additional devices access to power
  • Mains filter for better powerline communication performance
  • Homeplug AV standard compliant for high-speed data transfer rates of up to 200 Mbps
  • Plug and play, no new wires or configuration required
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TP-LINK TL-PA251KIT AV200+ Multi-Streaming Powerline Starter Kit with AC Pass Through (UK Plug Only) + Wired--up 2M Ethernet RJ45 Network Cable
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight349 g
Product Dimensions11 x 5.8 x 4.3 cm
Item model numberTL-PA251KIT
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,518 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight458 g
Date First Available4 Oct. 2011

Product Description

Product Description

TP-LINK AV200+ Multi-Streaming Powerline Starter Kit

Extra socket
TL-PA251KIT application
Up to 200Mbps Speed Over 300 Meters

With advanced HomePlug AV technology, the TL-PA251KIT can provide users with a stable high-speed data transfer rate of up to 200Mbps over a household electric circuit for up to 300 meters. The TL-PA251KIT 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.

Extra Power Socket for Additional Devices

With its integrated power socket, the TL-PA251KIT provides real convenience for your home network. The integrated power socket allows an additional device or power bar to be connected to the adapter as though it were a normal wall socket. This ensures that even with the TL-PA251 plugged in, no power outlet is going to waste.

Plug and Play

You can set up a hassle-free Powerline network within minutes with TP-LINK’s powerline adapters, just plug in and play. Also, the adapters' "Pair" buttons can be utilised for securing or managing multiple powerline adapters in your home powerline network.

Reduce Power Consumption

1. Plug one Internet connected adapter into a nearby power outlet.

2. Connect additional adapters to PCs/laptops/Internet TVs or other networked devices via an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi -- and you're done.

Reduce Power Consumption by up to 75%

The Powerline Adapter TL-PA251KIT, with its practical product design and environment-conscious Power-Saving Mode, will automatically switch from its regular "Working Mode" to "Power-Saving Mode" that will reduce energy consumption by up to 75%.

Mains Filter for Better Performance

With its Integrated Mains Filter, the TL-PA251 can optimise powerline communication performance by suppressing noise interference generated by surrounding electronic equipment that can affect network performance. That means that users won't experience a sudden speed drop when a larger power consuming device is plugged into the power socket.

TP-LINK Powerline Adapter Series -- Which TP-LINK Powerline is Right for Me?
TL-PA251 V3
TL-PA251 V3
TL-WPA281 V3
Product Name AV200+ Multi-Streaming Powerline Starter Kit with AC Pass Through AV200 Mini Multi-Streaming Powerline Adapter Starter Kit 300Mbps AV200 WiFi Powerline Extender Starter Kit AV500 Powerline Adapter with AC Pass Through
Speed over Powerline 200Mbps 200Mbps 200Mbps 500Mbps
Additional Power Socket YES YES
Multiple Ethernet Ports YES
Wireless Extension YES
Plug and Play YES YES YES YES
Multimedia Streaming YES YES YES YES

Installation Guide

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

Box Contains

AV200+ Multi-Streaming Powerline Adapter with AC Pass Through Starter Kit TL-PA251
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable * 2
Quick Installation Guide
Resource CD

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 191 people found the following review helpful By John Wade on 11 Aug. 2012
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While I have a Wi-Fi network set up at times the performance can drop especially when a lot of devices are being used. Bought these to connect my desk top PC. There is lots of information on Powerline devices available , but in outline they use your existing electrical wiring to transfer data. These units are better than other Powerline devises as they don't block a power socket.

Set up is really simple, plugged the one into the nearest wall socket to the router and connected with the cable supplied. The other one plugged in near the PC and connected to the Ethernet port. While they seemed to create a connection straight away I wanted to pair them properly. Simply press the button on the bottom of one for about five seconds and then press the button on the second one and the network is established. Since set up they have worked perfectly.

A couple of points ; the units supplied are with UK style plugs and sockets (the picture on Amazon is the European model). These should be plugged directly into the wall socket and any extension/multiway connector plugged into the pass-through socket.

The cables supplied are only about a metre long so may be worth getting extra ones if your sockets are a distance from the equipment. TP-Link recommend CAT 5 or better. The connection is at the base of the plug so you need some clearance below the socket.

A small CD is supplied that contains the documentation and a utility. I downloaded this from the TP-Link website and is useful to check speed etc and can be used to add another unit if necessary. However seems that to add a third unit you simply need to press the button on the bottom on one of the existing units and then press it on the new third unit and it will join the network.
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132 of 142 people found the following review helpful By A Cactus TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Dec. 2013
I would have given this kit of two passthrough Powerline adapters a high rating as they just worked as advertised. Plug and play. Worked for exactly 14 months from first use. Never had to do a thing to make them work or keep them working. Then overnight one of them is just dead to the world. Pass through mains works but LEDs showing no power, no activity. Nothing. Expired. Like the guarantee I guess but cannot find my documents now. Its a brick. Tried other sockets, reset, zilch. The other unit looks OK. With an hour to closing had to do a high street dash to buy a same brand replacement for a single unit (which now look slightly different) but at least it paired with the remaining unit and crucial homework can continue.

This is the first networking item I have ever purchased with such a short life. Usually I replace tech because of obsolescence after 5 years. Well I just bought one more TP-link Powerline adapter to be sure of as fuss-free, get back online, asap. Time was short. Will try a different brand next time..

[update] After a search I see these types of devices failing for a simple well known reason. The electrolytic smoothing capacitors blow out with time. This is unforgivable as the industry went through this plague already many times. Using the cheapest electrolytic components is unforgivable for something plugged in 24/7/365. Just opened mine up and yep, a black 6.3V 1500μF has a bowed out top. Others look fine. for history of this, search 'capacitor plague'
UPDATE: fixed with one of these Capacitor Electrolytic 6.3v 1500uf Price for 5. Sprang back to life.TP-link corner screws will destroy their hidden fixing holes be careful. 5th screw in middle hidden under label so pierce through to access.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jax on 24 April 2013
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I plugged them in and managed to get them working once with the Sky + box and used On Demand. However, they have since stopped working and nothing I've tried has coaxed them into working again. The instructions with them are very basic and apart from pressing the reset button from between 3 - 10 seconds there doesn't seem much else I can do. I've searched various forums and tried plugging them on different sockets, using the same double sockets etc but whatever I attach to them can't see the internet.
The admin tool that comes on the CD is next to useless as it can't see the plugs either so I can't troubleshoot using that.
They are now lying on a shelf waiting for the next time I have a few hours to spend trying to sort them out. Which is a shame as I had high hopes
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Crossley on 12 Dec. 2013
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Having used a TP Link for quite a while to get the internet from my office to my home, using the electric wiring, some 50 yards away, after it gave up the ghost I immediately ordered two more of the same ilk. The service from Amazon, as many will know was exceptional - ordered around 4pm and received at 12.30 the following day. And with no post charges it's better that getting transport to the shops - and cheaper.

But back to the product. Try as I might pressing the buttons on the two parts, they just would not connect. The lights showed that all was well with the sender, but no internet would come through. I did as was suggested, using a short cable and pressed at varying times and in varying ways, but nothing. The things just would not work. And going back to the various reviews I realised this was an all too common fault, with many sending the product back.

But then I realised that the new sender would work with the former receiver, proving the it was that that was at fault. So rather than send it all back and be without internet, I left it as it was. I have to admit that at this time I have something going that I would not like to be without in the house in the evening, hence the decision.

But only two stars, as only half of it worked!

Certainly not recommended, as from other reviews it just is not a reliable product.

Tom Crossley
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