No holes, no cables, no boring machine

linksyspls300If you are looking for intelligent way to create your home/office network without boring drill in walls and pull cables and wires…

The Powerline AV 4-port Network Adapter lets you easily create a network using the existing electrical outlets in your home. Now you don’t have to drill holes in walls and climb through the attic or cellar to install network cables – just use the wires that already run through the building. The Powerline AV 4-port Network Adapter connects computers, or any other wired Ethernet device, using the HomePlug AV network standard.

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Adding devices to the network is as simple as plugging the Powerline AV 4-port Adapter into an electrical outlet, and connecting up to four Ethernet-equipped devices to the built-in Ethernet ports. Additional devices can be connected to the same network using additional Powerline AV Adapters plugged into an electrical outlet anywhere in the house. Once your computers are connected to the network, they can share resources like printers and storage space, and all kinds of files – video, music, digital pictures, and documents. With up to 200Mbps data rates, you can play virtually lag-free head-to-head network computer games, and run applications like streaming standard or HD video, and Voice over IP telephony. Plug your Internet connected router into a Powerline 4-port AV Network Adapter and you’ll be able to get to the Internet from any Powerline AV attached computer in the house.

Product Specifications


Product Description Linksys PowerLine AV 4-port Network Adapter PLS300 – bridge
Device Type Bridge + 4-port switch (integrated)
Form Factor External
Dimensions (WxDxH) 1.4 in x 4.1 in x 5.8 in
Weight 6.7 oz
Data Transfer Rate 200 Mbps
Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, HomePlug AV (HPAV)
Network / Transport Protocol TCP/IP
Included Accessories Vertical stand
Features 128-bit encryption, Quality of Service (QoS)
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, HomePlug AV
Power AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

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