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The PA4026 HomePlug-AV500 2-Port Powerline Starter Kit from TP-Link is a plug and play network adapter that plugs into an existing power outlet to enable high speed Ethernet connections. This network adapter kit comes with one TL-PA4010 and one TL-PA4020 Powerline adapters with speeds up to 500 Mpbs for use up to 984ft (300m). No home or network modifications are required to set up these units. Simply plug one unit into a power outlet and connect it to your router. Then connect the second unit to another power outlet in another room and the device of your choice. You've now created a network ideal for HDTVs, multimedia HD streaming, and online gaming. Each adapter is HomePlug AV, IEEE 1902, IEEE 802.3, and IEEE 802.3u compliant and features a power saving mode when there is no data transmission or reception. Additionally you can secure your network with 128-bit AES (Advance Encryption Security) technology with a press of the pairing button on the adapter.
No Extra Wires or Configuration Needed
The PA4026 AV500 2-Port Powerline Starter Kit creates a network by piggybacking on your home's existing electrical wiring system, extending your Internet around your home via a connection to a power outlet. There's no need to drill through walls or lay new network cabling; no configuration is required.
Easy Network Security
Secure your network and data with a press of a button on the adapter to enable the 128-bit AES encryption.
Reduce Power Consumption
When there is no data transmission or reception the adapter automatically switches from regular work mode to power saving mode reducing energy consumption by up to 85%. Actual savings will vary because of network conditions and environmental factors.