|Item model number||TPL-306E2K|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 3 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8 x 3 x 6 inches|
TRENDnet 200 Mbps Compact Powerline Ethernet AV Adapter Kit TPL-306E2K (White)
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- Includes two TPL-306E adapters
- 200 Mbps building-wide networking over an existing electrical system
- Advanced 128-bit AES encryption to ensure total network security
- Use up to 6 adapters to network devices in different rooms without the need for new cabling
- Compatible with all operating systems (Optional management utility compatible with Windows 7 (32/64-bit), Vista (32/64-bit), and XP (32/64-bit) operating systems)
- Three LED indicators: Power (on/off), Powerline Connection (green (best), amber (better), red (good), off(no connection)), Ethernet Connection (solid (connection), blinking (transfer activity), off (no connection))
- One-touch Sync button to change the default encryption key
- Network signal transmits up to 300 meters (984ft.)
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For one thing, wireless range is only "not quite" to the end of my house and the gargage is out of the question. Signals are weaker the farther away you get. With several computers in the house and an xbox to boot,I was always looking for a way to make it better. I have bought 3 routers. The last one was the latest and greatest router. No change.
Wireless can be a nightmare to get to work right, and support is okay for about 90 days and then you are stuck out there on your own with a menu that looks like a space shuttle control panel.
Then, Eureka! I stumbled over the trendnet somehow. All problems solved. I plugged it in, hooked a cable from my router to it and plugged it in the wall. The only catch is that you cannot plug this into a powerstrip. It has to go right into the wall plug. I went downstairs and plugged the other one into the wall plug and connected my Kitchen laptop.
That's it. I have twice the speed of wireless (100mbs) and a solid 100% strength at all times. No dropped signals, no hassle with passwords (unless you want an in-house one). It comes with some software, but I didn't use it. No kidding!
I kicked myself for not getting one sooner and bought another set for my other computers. I even have a spare for when friends and family visit and want to use their laptops. I still have wireless for ipods, etc.
That was a year ago and I am still thrilled that I don't have to deal with complaints from everyone about how slow their wireless internet is.
I can't say enough good about this product.
I hope this review helps you decide. If you have any questions, comment on the review and I will get it in my email and see if I can help.
2 x Ferrite beads for my ethernet cables coming out of the adapters. They are cheap and they help eliminate radio frequency interference. A third one is optional, but I also put one on the outside/internet cable running into my router. On a side note, these worked great on getting rid of the white noise on my baby monitors.
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1 x Tripp Lite Isobar Ultra for my PC (AT&T was nice enough to give me one for home theater when they installed my service).Read more ›
Wireless was just not getting the job done, and frequently had to fall back to SD or just give up and go watch on the
I half expected to have a problem running the signal down the power lines from the original part of the house to the new
addition because the electrical for the addition is all new, but I have to say I plugged these in, reset the Play
Station to a wired connection, and that was the end of the configuration.
No more hassles watching the HD movies and shows I stream off of Amazon Prime.
This was not a good solution for my problem. However, I have another RT-N12 configured as an access point, which means it is physically connected via Ethernet from its location in the attic to the basement where the main router is. (The cable runs alongside the furnace chimney.) The access point works beautifully. So I bought these powerline adapters to see if I could create a "virtual ethernet" run beween the closet and the basement.
No luck: I couldn't get a signal. I tried Netgear powerline adapters, and still no luck. About to give up in frustration, I tried connecting one adapter to the access point in the attic, and the other to the would-be access point in the closet. Success!
Except...the throughput is mediocre. My Internet connection is 50mbps down and 25mbps up, and if I'm using the closet connection, I'm lucky if I will get 10mbps in each direction. Even when I connect a laptop directly to the powerline adapter, I get the same speeds, so it's not the ASUS. That's an acceptable speed for web browsing, but not optimal for an HD video connection.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works flawlessly. Make sure you match the Mbps and powerline components precisely.Published 16 months ago by John Hardy
work very good I have it on the other side of my home and it work great,. about to buy another onePublished 18 months ago by Jon
These are a great item. worked perfectly connecting the Internet switch in the living room with my office.Published 20 months ago by mattmacs
after a year (perhaps or more) one has gone bad, I had bought a 2 pairs, works well, max thruput is around 90 MBPS in real usePublished 22 months ago by AGupta
IT DOES EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED TO DO. EASY TO INSTALL. GREAT TECHNOLOGY! HAS NOT GIVEN ME ANY PROBLEMS. THANKSPublished on November 27, 2013 by JOHN JOHNSON
The item(s) were easily installed and worked with no problem. Unfortunately, I had recently upgraded my Comcast cable system from the older Motorola to the new "X1"... Read morePublished on November 1, 2013 by Richard Seaberg
I have two of these units as well as two TPL-303E's. They worked fine for months, but then one of the 303E's failed to connect to the network. Read morePublished on October 15, 2013 by Captain Spaulding
Setup the password and used the devices just for printing to a non-wireless printer instead of getting a printserver or leaving my computer on all the time for that service. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Loren