Quickly and easily extend the reach of your network with the Bonded MoCA 2.0 Network Adapter from Actiontec. MoCA or, Multimedia over Coax Alliance, is a home networking technology in which you can use coaxial wiring to distribute your network connection. With this adapter you can transmit your network signal through your home's coaxial cable, virtually eliminating the need to run additional Ethernet wiring as well as reducing the strain put on Wi-Fi networks. Simply attach the adapter to your home's coaxial outlet, plug the adapter into your router, smart TV, game console, or other Ethernet enabled device, and plug the adapter into an electrical outlet. In addition to distributing your network connection, this bonded MoCA adapter features a dedicated coax connector with support for OTT (over-the-top) content to deliver audio, video, and other media content.
- MoCA 2.0 / 1.1 / 1.0 Compatible
- Data Throughput Up to 1 Gbps
- Works Over Existing Coaxial Wiring
- 2 x Coaxial Connectors
ScreenBeam Moca 2.0 Overview
- 2Wired Speeds Boost the Connected Home Experience
- 3Bonded MoCA Technology for Gigabit Speeds
- 4Quick Installation
- 5HD Video Streaming and Gaming
- 6Bonded MoCA 2.0 Speeds
ScreenBeam Moca 2.0 Specs
|Interfaces||1 x 10/100/1000 Base T 802.3ab Ethernet LAN|
1 x Bonded MoCA 2.0/1.1/1.0 coaxial jack
|Network Size||Up to 16 Devices (including NC)|
|IP||LAN MoCA (v. 2.0; up to 1.4 Gbps throughput)|
1 x LAN Ethernet Port 10/100/1000
|Connections||Coax In Frequency Range|
Extended D-band: 1125 ~ 1675 MHz
Full Port Range: 5 ~ 2150 MHz
TV/STB Out Frequency Range: 5 ~ 1002 MHz
|LED Indicators||Power, Coax|
|Power||External, 5V DC, 2A, 1.3 mm diameter connector plug|
|Temperature & Humidity||Operating Temperature: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C|
Storage Temperature: -4 to 158°F / -20 to 85°C
Operating Humidity: 10 to 85% non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5 to 90% non-condensing
|Regulatory Approvals||FCC, UL 60950-1, CUL, MoCA, IC|
|Dimensions||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Weight||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Package Weight||1.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.4 x 6.6 x 3"|
ScreenBeam Moca 2.0 Reviews
Used to connect internet through Coax. Zero configuration required. Very low militancy and full speed!
works better than powerline adapters
I purchased these to replace my powerline adapters. These work much faster and more reliably. I will replace the rest of my powerlines with these.
Easy to get from one room to another
Instead of having a coax cable running through the house, this adapter is a piece of cake. It was easy to set up... plug n' play basically. Works as I expected it.
I have a coax home-run that goes from my network closet to my theater room.� This device was the perfect solution to get high speed network access to my media server.
Nice up grade
I up graded from an earlier model and it does work faster install was a replacement of an older model , works great
Second only in 1G Ethernet
This is by far the best non-Ethernet home networking solution on the market delivering near 1G Ethernet speeds.� There were some teething issues for me that I had to resolve, but since then my three adapters have been rock solid.� So much so I just bought 2 more. A few tech notes from the issues I had to resolve.� High frequency bandwidth is everything for these adapters.� Make sure you have RG6 wires, this should not be an issue if using cable wiring preinstalled in the last 30-40 years or more recently by the cable company.� In my case the in wall wiring was OK with RG6 cable.� However a previous owner had used cheap R59 jumpers (with cheap twist on terminations) between a rat's nest of cheap Radio Shack splitters that couldn't pass more than 1 GHz.� I bought a higher quality 6-way splitter rated up to 2 GHz.� I also found that having a filter designed to contain the MOCA signals within the house was an absolute necessity.� This filter is installed at the input to the splitter for me.� I think the filter either addressed a high frequency impedance issue or controlled signal reflections that were causing issues.�� As an aside to anyone who cares, these adapters do pass VLANs and probably any other Ethernet L2 items like jumbo frames and the like.� I believe all MOCA adapters do is to encapsulate Ethernet frames and seamlessly pass it over the MOCA network.
Works as described
I'm not running cable TV through the system, just using it to get Ethernet to a hard to reach spot in the house. Works like a charm. Really like the coax indicator light, takes the guess work out of knowing if the system loop is complete. Great product.
Works well, good speeds
It took a while to figure out an accurate methodology to test this on my internal home network, however, I was satisfied with the results of the results, I never was able to achieve the speeds defined in the specs, but is good enough for my needs, the speed reflected in the screen shot was the best I could achieve on my network and may be influenced by either the limitations of the server or client. The photo of the power supply is added for specification reference
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