Tenda WIRELESS KIT – Wifi & 1Gbit/s Gigabit Ethernet over Powerline Adapters – Connect 3 Wired and Multiple Wifi Devices over existing electrical power cables
This is a Kit consisting of a Wireless and a Wired 1Gbit/s Network over Powerline Adapter to plugin into a normal 220v, 2pin plug and use your electrical cables inside your home or business as a network carrier for data or internet access from your PC’s/HDTV/Media Players etc. Devices nearby can also access the adapter via Wifi. The adapters then uses your existing 220v power cables as a network medium and CAT6 Networking cables does not need to be used between the adapters only from the adapter to PC/Router/Media Player a short uplink CAT cable is needed to the adapter.
The Gigabit over powerline adapter is ideal when running cables or setting up a ethernet network within a building and CAT6 Networking cables are not an option. This PH5 wiFi Powerline kit features a new generation Broadcom Powerline chipset and Homeplug AV2 technology, offering users transmission speed of up to 1000Mbps. You can connect up to 3 Wired devices and multiple wifi devices. It can be cascaded / uplinked to existing standard network switches to enable more wired devices to be connected over powerline network.
Review of Ethernet over Power Line Wireless Adapters and Instructional Setup Video
These Network over Powerline adapters have been tested with the HDMI over Ethernet Network sets at HDBitT HDMI Over Network Transmitter & Network at HDBitT HDMI Over Network Receiver, set at MJPEG HDMI Over Network Transmitter & MJPEG HDMI Over Network Receiver and HDMI KVM Extender set over IP. Using the HDMI over Network items in this type of setup will effectively create an HDMI over Powerline solution and one Player / PC / Source can transmit via the Network over Powerline adapters to multiple displays / HDTV’s. This type of solution has been tested up to 70 meter over existing home / business power cables. Longer distances is possible but will be dependant on your home power cables quality and wiring at the DBBoard. If a UPS is used inbetween transmitter and receiver this solution will not work as the signal can only pass through electrical DBBoard and breakers and not via a UPS.
Sample Diagram of Installation