Our Product No : 34744
MPN Number : P200
Manufacturer : Tenda Technology Inc
Model No : P200
Product Attributes :
Satellite Pro R50-C-179 Notebook Lithium Ion Battery AC Adapter
Audio Line In
Audio Line Out
Network & Communication
Media & Performance
|Manufacturer||Tenda Technology Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number||P200|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.tendaus.com|
|Product Name||P200 Powerline Adapter|
|Marketing Information||Tenda P200 Powerline Adapter |
To build a network at home or office with minimum effort and cost, the Tenda 200Mbps Powerline Adapter P200 is your choice. In many cases, Ethernet is just not available in places where network connectivity is needed. However, almost every room at home or office has power circuitry, which can be used to extend network connections from your broadband router. Simply plug one P200 that links to a broadband modem/router into the power outlet in one room, and plug another P200 linking to a PC or any Ethernet device in the other, you can then easily and instantly create a powerline network of up to 200Mbps, 2X of a traditional switch or router, with the driving capability of up to 3000 feets, 3X of Ethernet cable. Plus the QoS feature prioritizes your high bandwidth required applications for lag-free experience.
|Product Type||Powerline Network Adapter|
|Media & Performance|
|Powerline Data Transfer Rate||200 Mbit/s|
|Phone Line (RJ-11)||No|
|PoE (RJ-45) Port||No|
|Audio Line In||No|
|Audio Line Out||No|
|Network & Communication|
|Powerline Transmission Standard||HomePlug AV|
|Ethernet Technology||Fast Ethernet|
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