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Power-line networking is one of several ways to connect the computers in your home. It uses the electrical wiring in your house to create a network. Power-line networking is based on the concept of "no new wires." The convenience is even more obvious in this case because while not every room has a phone jack, you will always have an electrical outlet near a computer. In power-line networking, you connect your computers to one another through the same outlet. Because it requires no new wiring, and the network adds no cost to your electric bill, power-line networking is the cheapest method of connecting computers in different rooms.

  1. ALLNET Powerline 500Mbit  Bridge RJ45, ALL168255 Homeplug AV Passthrough

    ALLNET Powerline 500Mbit Bridge RJ45, ALL168255 Homeplug AV Passthrough

    Incl. Tax: €29.90 Excl. Tax: €24.71

    Powerline adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, HomePlug AV (HPAV), IEEE 1901- 500 Mbps

    NOTE: The transit of the signal may be disturbed by some connected devices on the network such as TV monitors. Connect the powerline units always in the same phase of the electricity network. Learn More
  2. ALLNET Powerline 500Mbit Bridge RJ45 + 300Mbit WiFi AP, ALL1682511

    ALLNET Powerline 500Mbit Bridge RJ45 + 300Mbit WiFi AP, ALL1682511

    Incl. Tax: €79.90 Excl. Tax: €66.03

    Data Powerline: up to 500 MBit / sec. - Data WLAN: up to 300 MBit / sec. - 1x RJ45 network connection Learn More
  3. ALLNET 1200Mbit HomePlug AV Powerline Adapter with High PoE Injector, ALL1681203

    ALLNET 1200Mbit HomePlug AV Powerline Adapter with High PoE Injector, ALL1681203

    Incl. Tax: €119.90 Excl. Tax: €99.09

    PoE devices can easily be taken along in the next room/area - Place of installation at a distance of up to 100 metres from the nearest socket - Compatible standard: IEEE802.3at - Simply insert in the socket, connect device, done - Combines PoE and Powerline technology

    NOTE: The transit of the signal may be disturbed by some connected devices on the network such as TV monitors. Connect the powerline units always in the same phase of the electricity network. Learn More

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