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TP-Link TL-PA8033PKIT AV1300 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough 2×2 MIMO Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug

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TP-Link TL-PA8033PKIT AV1300 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough 2×2 MIMO Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug
TP-Link TL-PA8033PKIT AV1300 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough 2×2 MIMO Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug

£64.99

Description

  • Super-fast powerline speed – HomePlug AV standard compliant, providing data transmission over electrical wires for HD video streaming
  • Integrated power socket to allow additional devices access to power
  • No new wires, use existing electrical wiring to extend your network, Up to 300 meters/ 1000 feet range over the existing household power circuit
  • Mains Filter – Mains Filter inside the outlet reduces electrical noise interference and improves powerline communication performance
  • Plug and play, no configuration required. Operating Temperature: 0°C~40°C (32°F ~104°F)
  • Comes with manufacturer’s 3-year warranty

Additional information

Specification: TP-Link TL-PA8033PKIT AV1300 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough 2×2 MIMO Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug

General
Brand

‎TP-Link

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎7.2 x 4.2 x 13.1 cm, 500 Grams

Item model number

‎TL-PA8033PKIT

Manufacturer

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎500 g

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3 reviews for TP-Link TL-PA8033PKIT AV1300 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough 2×2 MIMO Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug

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  1. Sol3

    With the theoretical Data Transfer Speed Up to 2000 Mbps combined with the fact that my Router only has 1000Mbps ethernet ports and after reading some reviews, I did expect somewhere in the region of 600-800 Mbps. In fact these links exceed that, I’m basically getting just over 1000 Mbps between the links, see attached photo. This is also confirmed by the data transfer speeds between my PC and my NAS as being 1020Mbps, I cannot get anymore speed even when hardwired to the NAS, so these links do exceed my expectations.

    Please be aware that 2000Mbps is megabits per seconds and not megaBytes per seconds so we are talking on my system of speeds of just over 100 MegaBytes per second of which I can’t ask any more on my network as my router has 1000Mbps or (1Gb) ports equating to 100 megaBytes per second.

    I mainly got these Links so I could stream uncompressed 4K video from my NAS to both of my Nvidia Shield TV’s without having to run unsightly ethernet cables around the house. These links…

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  2. Kevin Muldoon

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     Very impressed with these powerline adapters.

    I had been tempted to go with a wireless network card for my PC, but I”m glad I didn’t. With wifi I have only been able to get around 220-240mbs download at most. Using the powerline adapters and ethernet cables I am getting around 380mbs at times.

    The adapters are very easy to use. Simply plugin and push the pair button and you’re good to go.

    Check out my video to see an unboxing and detailed test results of the powerline adapters in action.

    Some Amazon customers have reported getting poor results so performance may depend on how the electrical system in your home is setup. Despite this small risk, I can highly recommend these powerline adapters (you can always return them if performance is poor).

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  3. JH

    I’ve used powerlines for quite a few years now, switched to TP-Link after previous manufacturer had issues with UK plug versions failing after a few weeks/months, European versions had no issues.

    I bought the latest TP-Link AV2000 available at the time from Amazon, which finally died approx. a year/six months after purchase, still under warranty I phoned TP-Link at my great expense & got the response “sorry we cant help, we know they were the latest powerlines & that they should still be under warranty as you cant tell us the specific date you purchased them theres nothing we can do”. So I went back to Amazon who said, “if they don’t work no problem, we’ll refund your money, you send them back to us & you are then free to buy a replacement” – who could ask for more from Amazon, what a shame that TP-Link didn’t offer the same response!

    So having received my refund from Amazon I have now I’ve purchased the TP-Link PA9020P Kit x2 version3, so I have four plugs that have two ethernet…

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