200Mbps HomePlugAV / 11nWiFi / 2-port
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- HomePlug AV & 11n WiFi
- 200Mbps Home Plug AV Ethernet Adaptor
- 2 Ethernet Ports
- Push button for both WPS and SimpleConnect
- These units are sold as singles, you will require at least two Home Plug devices to create your network.
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Solwise Description: Solwise 200Mbps Home Plug Av Ethernet Adaptor With 11N Wifi & 2 Ethernet Ports. The Solwise Pl-200Av-Pew-N Is A Homeplug Wireless N Extender, Using The New Intellon 200Mbps Av Solution That Transforms Your In-House Power Circuit Into A Networking Infrastructure And A Wlan Connection. It'S Ideal For Anyone Wishing To Extend Their Wireless Signal Coverage For Internet Access Or To Make A Local Area Network(Lan). Built-In Quality Of Service (Qos) For Homeplug Also Provides The Necessary Bandwidth For Multimedia Payloads Including Broadband Tv (Iptv), Higher Data Rate Broadband Sharing, Online-Gaming, Voip Calls, Wireless Lans Coverage, Audio-Video Transmission Across The Network As Well As Network Camera Connectivity. Key Features: Ieee 802.11B/G/N Wireless Specifications, Data Transfer Rate Up To 300Mbps Via Wireless, Wireless On/Off Switch For Power Saving, 128-Bit Des Encryption Security Support For Powerline & Wep, Wpa, Wpa2 For Wireless, Apply For Printer And Peripheral Sharing, Hd Video Streaming, Voice Over Ip Calls And Online Games7. External Connectors. 2 X Rj45 For 10/100 Ethernet (Automdi/Mdix). 1 X Reset Button. 1 X Push Button For Both Wps And Simpleconnect. These Units Are Sold As Singles, You Will Require At Least Two To Create Your Network. These Versions Of The Av Products Will Talk To Other Av Products So Long As They Are On Version 2 Firmware Or Newer.
Top customer reviews
Setup was simple. Out of the box it comes as a non-secure network. Needed plugging into a PC with an ethernet wire and the installation of the supplied software. Changing the network SSID and setting up a password was quick and easy. The device can then be powered down, moved about and turned on as needed.
Mine is plugged in to an upstairs power point and switched on when needed only. It connects instantly to the powerline network and will have an established wireless link available within 15 seconds.
Really very good.
Range is better than the ISP supplied router and I have managed a reliable wireless connection about 70 metres away from the homeplug.
One note, speed is affected over powerline.
All the devices in my powerline network are rated as 200Mbps.
My broadband connection at the router is 38Mbps rated and tests at 22Mbps.
Over the powerline wired connection this drops to 18Mbps, over this wireless device it fluctuates from 8-14 Mbps.
It's fine for general use, but with line loses like that of over 50% lose at times, you need a high speed coming in to be able to use it from streamed services.
They don't acknowledge that they messed up the design with a product that breaks so quickly, just pointing to the warranty terms. Not a company that endears exactly. Just go for a proper product from a proper company instead. (Apple sent me the latest iPod Nano after a potential issue with the battery was found on the original Nano -bought about 6 years earlier. Logitech send a new Harmony One because the battery in the original one got stuck inside, years after I bought it.)
BTW: UK (Europe?) SERIOUSLY need better consumers interest's organisations.
At 37 quid its a bargain as it also has 2 Ethernet plugs on it as well. If anyone wanted a dedicated hotspot in their bedroom this is what you want to buy.
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