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Solwise Mini 200AV HomePlug Adapter

  • Slimmer, Smaller & Stylish
  • Single Ethernet Port
  • Link Quality Colour LED
  • Simple Connect, secures your network in one touch
  • Atheros / Intellon INT6400 high-speed HomePlug chipset
  • Supports full multimedia home networking throughout the whole house including simultaneous High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) video distribution, whole-house audio, Voice Over IP and high speed Internet in addition to data networking
  • 1 network cable included.
  • 2 year warranty*


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The Solwise NET-PL-200AV-MINI HomePlug AV 200Mbps can transform your home power lines into a networking infrastructure. HomePlug is a fast and simple way to connect to the Internet with easy connection between your computers, games consoles, laptops, smart phones anywhere in your home where you have a mains socket.
You need at least two HomePlugs to create the connection. Traditionally, one plug is connected to your Internet router, the 2nd plug is placed in the remote area, such as your lounge, study or kitchen. The Plug connected to the router, takes the Internet signal and transfers it along your mains wiring, the 2nd plug takes the signal and distributes it via the Ethernet port directly to your device.

Powered by the Qualcomm Atheros high-speed INT6400 chipset this Solwise 200AV adapter is compliant with IEEE1901 and Homeplug AV, allowing hassle free compatibility with existing Homeplug AV devices and other suppliers of HomePlug AV devices.

Enhanced Quality of Service (QOS) also provides the guaranteed bandwidth reservations for multimedia payloads including TV over IP (IPTV), higher data rate broadband sharing, Online-Gaming, VoIP Calls, extending Wireless LANs coverage, Audio-Video transmission across the network as well as Network camera connectivity.

The Solwise 200AV adapters all have a configuration push button for a convenient way of creating a secure HomePlug network without the need to use software. Security support is by 128-bit AES Hardware encryption, ensuring the network is secure.

Remember, you will need at least two HomePlug devices to form a HomePlug connection. More HomePlug AV devices can be added to further share your network.



Home Plug AV
Ethernet : IEEE 802.3 10/100 Auto MDI/MDIX
Energy Saving: EuP Compliance

Co-Exists with existing 14Mbps Home Plug 1.0 and 85Mbps Turbo Home Plug 1.0 but they will not talk to each other.

Modulation Support OFDM 1024/256/64/16/8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK and ROBO
Security 128-bit AES encryption (enabled with Simple Connect button)
Hardware Intellon/Atheros INT6400 HomePlug AV Chipset
LED indicators 1 x Power LED (PWR)
1 x PowerLin Link/ACT Status LED (PL-LKACT)
1 x Ethernet Link/ACT (ETH-LKACT)
External Connectors 1 x Ethernet LAN Port
1 x Reset Button
1 x Push Button for Simple Connect
Measurements Dimensions: 58mm (w) x 58mm (h)x 46mm (d)
Weight: Approx 100g
Power Consumption Normal: 3 Watt
Power Save: 0.44 Watt Average
Power Supply AC 220 ~ 240V, 50-60MHz
Temperature Operating: 0°C to 40°C
Non-operating: -25°C to 70°C
Warranty *2 year warranty on sales from 1st December 2013
NOTE : Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
How to reset the Private Network name Download here 04.03.13
Declaration of Conformity Download here 13.02.12
User Manual Download here 03.01.12
Power Packet Utility 7 Upgrade - you MUST have a previous version of Power Packet Utility installed before you install this Download here 03.07.13
Power Pack Utility - for setting passwords if required. It covers all Windows operating systems only. It also shows connected HomePlug and the link quality Download here 05.12.11
Home Plug Alliance Technical White Paper for Home Plug AV Download 24.08.09

Why can buying a HomePlug be so complicated? Surely a plug is just a plug, don't they all do the same thing?

Why can buying a HomePlug be so complicated? Surely a 200AV plug is just a plug, don’t they all do the same thing? Why are they all so different in price when at the end of the day they all look the same?  Well the truth is, although they might all look much the same, the inside can vary immensely from plug to plug.  What many people don’t understand is that there are different chipset levels.

What is a chipset? A chipset is a set of electronic components in an integrated circuit that manages the data flow between the processor, memory and peripherals.  Chipsets are usually designed to work with a specific family of microprocessors. Because it controls communications between the processor and external devices, the chipset plays a crucial role in determining system performance.

What this actually means in the real world is that a chipset is the piece inside the HomePlug that makes it work and sets the specification level of the plug.  Read More

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