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TRENDnet TPL-410APK Powerline 500 Wireless Kit


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500 AV Kit
Wireless
  • Create a wireless network in an area with little to no wireless coverage
  • Combination Powerline and Wireless N
  • Connect a smart TV, gaming console, or media player to the two Ethernet ports
  • No CD installation: adapters auto-connect out of the box
  • Includes TPL-406E + TPL-410AP adapters
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Product Information

Size Name: 500 AV Kit | Style Name: Wireless
Technical Details
BrandTRENDnet
Item Weight458 g
Product Dimensions15.8 x 13 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberTPL-410APK
SeriesTrendnet TPL-410AP + TPL-406E kit
ColorWhite
  
Additional Information
ASINB00K4XO3VU
Best Sellers Rank 9,029 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight472 g
Date First Available30 April 2014
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 500 AV Kit | Style Name: Wireless

Product Description

Trendnet's TPL-410APK Powerline 500 Wireless Kit (•Includes TPL-406E + TPL-410AP adapters)

Product Description

Trendnet TPL-410APK - POWERLINE 500 AV2 AP + ADAPTER - TPL-410AP + TPL-406E IN

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By eddie carlin on 29 Jan 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit Verified Purchase
it was simple to set up and works well, no problems at all, good buy and I would buy again this make of powerline
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MC - Manchester on 17 Dec 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit
The first thing you should know about these powerline adaptors is that they are only capable of sending 100mbps through the Ethernet port, not 500mbps as advertised and printed on the box, this is very misleading. What this actually means is the total amount of bandwidth possible if you had 5 or more adaptors plugged into your network would be 500mbps combined.

The first pair were faulty and returned for exchange.

The second pair seem to be working fine, although disappointed having much lower speeds than expected and because they are used to connect the upstairs router port to a gigabit switch in the lounge they create a bottleneck, although they replaced a pair of old netgear 54mbps powerline adaptors that we're not much slower although quite inefficient.

What drawn me to these adaptors was the assumed bandwidth power, connected to a gigabit switch downstairs sounded ideal.
The compact design is excellent, they are great looking and appear to be well made.
The security and software is a plus point (note: software is clunky and probably confusing to some)
The efficient power saving features, although apparently buggy, to be confirmed.
They were on special offer at the time.

If you are happy with the lower speed and they are priced less than £20 it's a yes, but if you are looking for super fast these are not not for you.

Three stars for the misleading advertising on the packaging, if they were advertised as 100mbps each then I would still buy them and give 4 stars.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B H WATTS on 17 April 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit Verified Purchase
Worked straight out of the box. No problems at all. Small size is ideal for multi 13amp sockets, it doesn't cover the adjacent switch.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Paul_B on 23 Sep 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit
Do you know what I love? Simplicity! And this product has that in spades. I needed to connect my SkyHD box to my router and of course Sky have a gadget to plug into my Sky box to send the signal wirelessly... but the Trendnet Powerline does it better by doing it faster...upto 500MBS! As for plug n play - literally from opening the box and getting it working... 2 minutes. For me, a gadget experience doesnt come much better that than. Great price, great product. Whats not to love?!Trendnet 500Mbps Nano Powerline Ethernet Adapter (Pack of 2)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Molina on 24 May 2014
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV2 Kit Verified Purchase
Bought two of these to extend internet in an office as router Wifi couldn't reach upper floors. Wiring is quite old in building but it still seems to work great. A little drop in performance due to the distance between units but still achieving 85% of original speed from router.

Have now connected a repeater switch to the upstairs unit which gives strong Wifi through whole building.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bjam on 17 July 2014
Style Name: WirelessSize Name: 500 AV Kit Verified Purchase
My concern when ordering this was the distance (and complexity/age) of the power circuit in my house. The router kit is located in the attic of a >100yr old house, and the plug was purchased to boost/provide a signal in the summer house/office, on an outdoor circuit protected by a separate circuit breaker system, and a significant distance away in terms of cable length - crow flies distance of about 30 metres, but obviously wire length far more than this. I used to use a router bridge to solve this issue, but had to rejig the system and couldn't handle losing another six days of my life running between small spaces resetting wireless boxes..

As far as syncing/set up goes, the Trendnet is plugged into my pretty hashy system, with the internet signal running through a fibre optic modem (the white openreach one installed with fibre) to a netgear 150 router (the cheap one provided by ISP), then using a better adsl netgear wireless router (purchased pre-fibre) set to run as wireless router/NAS only, off a direct LAN connection to the first router (which has wireless disabled).

All that said, plugged in the two Trendnet plugs about 2 metres from each other, and linked the first plug via LAN to the 'better router', hit the sync buttons as instructed and then tried the network - no internet link, but a good network link (to NAS etc.)

Played about a bit, tried plugging straight into the 150 router, same problem, then realised that the 150 router had, for whatever reason, dropped its connection (possibly when I unplugged them to make room for the Trendnet..?)

Reconnected that via the browser control panel, and internet connection was back - I ended up plugging in the Trendet LAN to the better router, but I expect it doesn't matter.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Master on 8 Oct 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit Verified Purchase
Beautiful product. I connected my photocopier to it and it worked a treat straight away. No need to condigure anything, it simply connects, assigns an IP address to the device, install the printer and off it goes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Janice Charles on 27 April 2013
Style Name: StandardSize Name: 500 AV Kit Verified Purchase
I purchased this double pack of Powerline to extend the features of my Virgin TiVo. Every easy to set up. Just plug into a mains socket next to the Broadband Router, attach the Ethernet cable from the router to the Trendnet Powerline adapter, switch on. Connect the other Trendnet Powerline adapter next to a vacant wall socket (not an extension socket) attach the Ethernet cable to the TiVo box and the Trendnet Powerline, switch on. The both Trendnet Powerline will connect to each other through the Router and electric supply. That's all that is required. Really easy. Great value for money. Now I have my TiVo connected to my ipad. It's great!
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