|TP-LINK's TL-PA2010KIT powerline adapters take advantage of your home's existing electrical wires to transfer data while simultaneously transferring traditional power. That means, with no additional wiring required, users can simply plug the TL-PA2010KIT into existing power sockets and instantly establish a networking infrastructure. With its miniature design, you’ll enjoy the flexibility of plugging it anywhere in your home! |
Miniature Design, Ultra-compact
With its new ultra-compact housing design, TL-PA2010KIT are much smaller than TP-LINK’s legacy mini 200Mbps Powerline Products. At just 28.5mm thick and with its high quality, elegant white shell, they nearly blend completely in front of any power outlet.
Up to 200Mbps, 300 Meters
With advanced HomePlug AV technology, TL-PA2010KIT provide users with stable, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 200Mbps on a line length of up to 300 meters. Together with its built-in powerful AES encryption, the TL-PA2010KIT are 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.
Reduces Power Consumption Up to 75%
The TL-PA2010KIT, a new-generation Powerline Adapter, with its 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 that will reduce its energy consumption by up to 75%.
Pair Button for Easy Network Security
Simply by pushing the Pair button on the adapters, users can set up a hassle-free Powerline network within minutes, complete with 128-bit AES encryption for network security and data protection.
This power-line adapter works terrifically. I would recommend this to anyone who has a slow wi-fi connection.
Easy Plug & Play6/30/2013
Added this to an existing TP Link at my house. Plugged it in to the wall and my laptop, walked downstairs and hit the synch button on the unit connected to my TV, walked back upstairs and hit the button to join... It was that easy. Unit "goes to sleep" when I unplug the laptop and wakes up as soon as I plug back in, often a week later. My wireless was not strong enough to support IP Telephony... the TP link gives me much better results.
One of the units is dead3/14/2013
Power light (and all other lights) on one of the units went off in 30 seconds and never came back on. The unit was defective, sent it back to Buy.com fo replacement.