TP-LINK's powerline adapters take advantage of your home's existing electrical wires to transfer data while transfering traditional power. That means, with no additional wires required, users can simply plug the powerline adapters into existing power sockets and establish networking infrastructure in a flash. With this innovative new technology, messy cabling and wireless dead spots are now things of the past. To Product Page
No additional wires required, No configuration required, just connect your PC to a powerline adapter and plug it into a power outlet and instantly transform your household power grid into a fully functional network, with no need to drill through walls and climb through the attic or cellar to install network cables.
*Air Switch and power strips with integrated surge protectors can block PLC signals, So we suggest the users plug PLC adapters directly into a wall outlet under the same electric meter.
Wireless networks are prone to dead spots, weak signals, and fluctuating speeds. And they're subject to interference from common elements in any household such as walls, cordless phones, microwaves, and more. TP-LINK powerline adapters offer more stable connections using actual electrical wires, ensuring users experience no dead spots, even in the basement or a corner room on the second floor.
With advanced HomePlug AV technology, TP-LINK powerline adapters provide users with high-speed data transfer rates of up to 200Mbps, far beyond normal 11g wireless speeds. Now you can have data, voice, online gaming, HD video transferred at the same time, meeting all of your entertainment demands simultaneously.
TP-LINK TL-PA201 won "Editor's Choice" award from professional computer magazine e-Zone in Hong Kong for its BEST cost/performance ratio. As the test result released by e-Zone, TP-LINK's powerline adapters are proven to be your best choice in homeplug adapters!
TP-LINK powerline adapters consume very little power and will not overload the power grid, at only 3 watts in normal operation mode. Moreover, when there is no Ethernet link, it will automatically switch from its regular "working" power mode to "standby" mode that reduces energy waste by over 65% when compared to adapters that lack this feature.