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Zyxel PL-100 - HomePlug 1.0, HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo - external

Zyxel PL-100 - HomePlug 1.0, HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo - external

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

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The ZyXEL PL-100 PowerLine HomePlug 85Mbps creates a simple home network. This is ideal for gaming, streaming audio and video and Internet connectivity. It will allow your home to be completely networked using your existing plug sockets, with no need for additional wiring.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
ZyXEL PL-100 - bridge - desktop
Device Type
Bridge
Enclosure Type
Desktop
Data Link Protocol
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, HomePlug 1.0, HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo
Data Transfer Rate
85 Mbps
Features
56-bit encryption, auto-uplink (auto MDI/MDI-X)
Compliant Standards
HomePlug 1.0
Power
AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Dimensions (WxDxH)
10.6 cm x 11.2 cm x 3.4 cm
Weight
162 g
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years warranty

Detail

General

Device Type
Bridge
Enclosure Type
Desktop
Connectivity Technology
Wired
Data Link Protocol
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, HomePlug 1.0, HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo
Data Transfer Rate
85 Mbps
Encryption Algorithm
DES
Features
56-bit encryption, auto-uplink (auto MDI/MDI-X)
Compliant Standards
HomePlug 1.0 , FCC Class B certified, UL, cUL, RoHS
Status Indicators
Power, link OK

Expansion / Connectivity

Interfaces
1 x HomePlug 1.0 , 1 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45

Power

Voltage Required
AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Dimensions & Weight

Width
10.6 cm
Depth
11.2 cm
Height
3.4 cm
Weight
162 g

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
2 years warranty
Service & Support Details
Limited warranty - 2 years

Environmental Parameters

Min Operating Temperature
0 °C
Max Operating Temperature
45 °C
Humidity Range Operating
20 - 95%

Customer reviews

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5* Connection question
Reviewed by Peterpiper on 03/04/2010
Do I plug one upstairs where my router is and connect them both by cable then put the other downstairs and plug into the mains then run a cable from it to my computer ?
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