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200Mbps Ethernet Homeplug Adaptor (Single Unit)

200Mbps Ethernet Homeplug Adaptor (Single Unit)

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Description

Single Pack Home Plug Ethernet Adaptor
Manufacturer: Brand May Vary Depending on Supplier Availability
Brands Usually Include Tenda, Aztech, Edimax etc
Pack contains:
Homeplug unit
Ethernet cable 1.5m long
User manual & CD
Each Homeplug unit has:
3 Pin plug connection
Ethernet port (RJ45 connection can be used as inlet / outlet)
LED Indicators: Power LED (PWR).
LED Indicator: Powerline Link/ACT Status LED (PL-LKACT).
LED Indicator: Ethernet Link/ACT Status LED (ETH-LKACT)
Dimensions 93mm X 56mm X 30mm
Power Supply Input Voltage : 100 – 240V
Frequency : 50/60Hz
Note: This unit works in Pairs – you need at least 2 units
Note: The single unit (added due to customer demand) is from a twin pack
Other Specs:
Home Plug 1.0 specification,
IEEE 802.3 10/100 Ethernet (100Mbps) and IEEE 802.3u Fast Ethernet Compliant,
10/100 Mbps AutoMDI/MDIx Support, 85Mbps Home Plug 1.0 compatible Frequency Band: 4.3 Mhz to 20.9 Mhz band
Quality of Service: Forward Error Correction (FEC) support,
Security Support: 56 bit DES Encryption with key management
Hardware: Intellon INT5500 Integrated Single-chip Powerline Network Transceiver.
Platform Support: OS Independent with TCP/IP protocol installed.
How It Works
The Home Plug Ethernet Adaptor provides a no New Wires communications to any room, over the electricity cables, at the speed of up to 200Mbps.
A minimum of 2 homeplug adaptors are needed
One homeplug unit connects into the router via an ethernet cable and is plugged into an electric socket
The broadband signal travels through the electrical cabling in the wall
The second homeplug unit is plugged into an electric socket where the broadband connection is needed and an ethernet cable is run to the PC, Printer …. which you wish to network
Note: any homeplug can be used as either a base or a receiver, they are interchangeable
Uses
The main uses of these homeplugs are where you would like to have an extra wired connection in another room of your home or office.
To extend the range of your wireless system e.g. say you were in a big building or a building with very thick walls( older houses especially), then you may not be able to get the wirelss signal in some areas.
Possible applications include;
Multimedia payloads
TV over IP
Higher data rate boradband sharing
Online gaming
VOIP calls
Extending wireless LANS coverage
Audio / Video Transmission over a network
Network camera connectivity
Advantages
Built in Quality of Service (QOS) features
No need to run extra wires around your home or office
Just plugs into any standard electrical wall socket
Can extend the range of your wireless network
Low cost compared to getting contractor in to run extra cables
No drilling of walls or need to run CAT5 cables throughout your home or office
Very reliable Homeplug units from a leading manufacturer
Easy to add on addition units
Compatible with other manufacturers that meet the official Homeplug standards
Disadvantages
You need two units to create the network
If you are capable of running the CAT5 cabling yourself, these can be more expensive