Now with the cutting-edge 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology the first time at TP-LINK's Power line products, you can create a dual band Wi-Fi network (simultaneous 300Mbps on 2.4GHz and 433Mbps on 5GHz) with more bandwidth and less interference, maximizing the performance of your Power line network.
- Up to 500Mbps - high speed data transmission over a home's existing electrical wiring, ideal for lag-free HD or 3D video streaming and online gaming
- Dual band 802.11ac Wi-Fi - Extends 2.4GHz (300Mbps) + 5GHz (433Mbps) dual band Wi-Fi speeds to every room of your house
- Wi-Fi Clone - Simplifies your Wi-Fi configuration by copying the network name and password from your router with one touch
- Wi-Fi Auto-Sync -Allows you to automatically sync your Wi-Fi settings across your Power line network by pressing the pair buttons
- Out of Box Simplicity - Set up a secured Power line network in minutes. Simply plug, pair and play! Kindly refer the User Guide for troubleshooting.
- AV500 and AC750 Wi-Fi for smooth gaming and HD streaming from your electrical outlet.
- Three Fast Ethernet ports let you connect devices directly to your network.
- Up to 1,000ft. range over electrical wiring for better performance through walls and floors.
- Power Saving mode automatically reduces power consumption up to 85%.
- Wi-Fi Clone button with Auto-Sync for instant pairing to routers and other Powerline adapters.
- Outlet Passthrough on router-side unit keeps outlet free for other uses.
- tpPLC Mobile App for easy management and monitoring (Android and iOS).
- HomePlug AV standard compliant.
Frequently Asked Questions
My router (TL-WDR3600) is dual band (2.4 and 5.0 GHz). Can this extender put out 5.0 as well as 2.4 ?
Based on the internal settings, I see it only supports single band (2.4 Ghz)
If I have my modem directly plugged into one of the TL-PA4010, will this device create a new wifi network?
All the other answers are correct, but what many people may not realize is many "modems" are configured as routers too. You need to determine that first.
What is the difference between the starter kit and the add-on extender kit? How do I know which one to buy? Thanks.
This powerline system needs two devices. The base station "adapter" that connects to your modem/router and a "extender" to put anywhere in your house. Unless your house is huge (5+ bedrooms), you would only need 1 maybe two "extenders". The kit is both pieces. The extender provides a 2nd extender if one wasnt enough. The extender broadcasts wifi and has 2 Cat 5 ports, so one should be enough if you already have a wifi modem/router somewhere else in your house.
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