|Item model number||PLSK400-NP|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 9.5 x 6.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.27 x 9.49 x 6.26 inches|
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Linksys Powerline AV 1-Port and 4-Port Network Adapter Set (PLSK400-NP)
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- Homeplug AV Technology for data rates up to 200Mbps
- Easily add more devices to your network by plugging additional adapters into electrical outlets
- Use your existing powerlines to network your computers and other devices
- Includes 1 single-port adapter and 1 four-port adapter to connect multiple devices at once
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Linksys Powerline AV 4-Port Network Adapter Kit (PLSK400)
- Switch Port Speed: 10/100
- Ports: PLE400, 4 PLS400
- Buttons: Standby/Reset, Pairing
- LEDs: Power, Ethernet, HomePlug
- Minimum System Requirement: PC or other device with Ethernet network port, AC Power Outlets
Expand your home network using electrical outlets:
-Perfect for HD video streaming & online gaming
-Easy set up - plug into wall outlet or power strip
-Device pairing with push of a button
-Kit connects 4 Ethernet enabled device to network
-Purchase additional kits to expand home network
1 Linksys PLE400 Powerline AV 1-Port Network Adapter
1 Linksys PLS400 Powerline AV 4-Port Network Adapter
Quick Install Guide
2 Ethernet Cables
HomePlug AV Technology for faster transfer rates. Get a grip on buffering and lag: With speeds up to 200Mbps* over your home's existing wiring, your Linksys Powerline network can handle all types of network traffic. From transferring large files to streaming 1080p HD video to your TV, your Powerline network will provide a smoother experience no matter what device it's plugged into.
Simply plug the adapters into wall outlet or power strip for connectivity.
Connects to any device with enabled Ethernet network port. With a standardized network connection, your Linksys Powerline network can connect to any type of device that is Internet enabled. By connecting to a Linksys Powerline network your devices can now harness the online capabilities they were designed for.
Keep Wi-Fi freeloaders and Internet threats at bay with the latest in WPA2 security to help keep your network protected.
Use existing electrical outlets to connect to your network - simply plug the adapters into the wall for connectivity. By simply plugging one Powerline adapter into the wall outlet and your router, and then adding a second one to a wall outlet, you can create a wired internet connection anywhere in your home. It's as easy as plug and play.
With four Ethernet ports available, the Linksys PLS400 will allow you to bring to life all those devices in your home that weren't previously online. Plug each device into the four ports on the PLS400 Powerline Adapter and take advantage of the online content now available.
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|Connectivity Technology||ethernet||ethernet, rj45||powerline||wired||Ethernet||ethernet, rj45|
|Item Dimensions||9.49 x 3.27 x 6.26 in||9.49 x 3.27 x 6.26 in||4.6 x 6.7 x 3.3 in||7.48 x 9.06 x 3.94 in||7.4 x 9.1 x 3.8 in||5.35 x 7.2 x 3.35 in|
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Use your home's existing power outlets to network your pc's, gaming consoles, BlueRay players and other ethernet enabled devices.
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Well, first things first, these worked, right out of the box, without any setup. Which is good because the instruction sheet, if you can call it that, really doesn't say much. I've seen more informative business cards. They don't even tall you want the lights on the units indicate, and the little pictograms on them don't help much. I've always wondered why companies choose to keep things like this so obscure. It is really so prohibitively expensive to actually LABEL the lights with full words, rather than overly shortened abbreviations or unintuitive pictures?
These units are both two-prong plugs, and are designed in such a way that the second port on an outlet is still accessible to two-pronged plugs. A three pronged plug will probably be a tight fit at best.
These are good units, but since they didn't solve my current problem, I'll be returning these. It's too bad, because I do like them. But, surprisingly enough, our Dark Knight router we got earlier this year has such good WiFi performance, it actually works much better and fast to use WiFi for the devices I got these for (TV, receiver, PS3/4). That, I did not expect.
Although I am pleased with this purchase, I wish I would have done my homework on the "Homeplug" specification. This device is AV whereas the latest is AV2. I have been using Linksys for many years successfully and still have no regrets. Chances are good that these devices will perform "consistently" and that is very important.
Powerline adapters generally will not allow you to use a flattened power strip pigtail plug in the same power outlet as the adapter. I did see a couple models that included an outlet in the adapter.
I read feedback that suggested the adapters need to be on the same circuit. I installed these across two circuit breakers and they worked perfectly. However, I was able to recreate the issue by plugging one unit to an old surge suppressor. They worked perfectly in newer surge suppressors. It leads me to think the issue is with loose connections or a minor short in the home electrical wiring. Something like a loose connection could allow the adapters to fail intermittently, giving the impression that one type of powerline adapter works where another fails. The reality is the act of plugging in or wiggling the adapter strengthen or weaken the connection in the electrical outlet. I'm only speculating on that issue.