PL-1200AV2-PEW Ethernet Ports Package Contents PL-1200AV2-PEW




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Discontinued Item - PL-1200AV2-PEW
Solwise 1200AV Smart Link home plug Mimo 11b/g/n/ac WiFi

  • HomePlug AV2 Compliant
  • HomePlug AV Backward Compatibility
  • MIMO with Beamforming Technology
  • High Data Transfer Rates (up to 1200Mbps through Powerline)
  • Supports the 802.11ac Wireless Standard
    2x2 for 2.4GHz up to 300Mbps
    2x2 for 5.0GHz up to 867Mbps
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports for faster wired connectivity
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

The SolwisePL-1200AV2-PEW is a 1200Mbps SmartLink HomePlugAV2 Dual Band Wireless-AC Extender which uniquely answers every home plug customers’ needs – may it be wired or for wireless connectivity.  It provides not only an exceptional powerline networking functionality but is also a device which is capable of providing a wider extension of your wireless network.


HomePlug AV2 : MIMO with Beamforming Technology

The PL-1200AV2-PEW  is a HomePlug AV2 compliant device specifically made to meet bandwidth hungry multimedia devices within your home, allowing it to become a great partner when doing HD A/V streaming, online gaming, and other internet activities that are commonly known for high bandwidth consumption. HomePlug AV2 devices are all backward compatible to other HomePlug AV technologies allowing it to work with previous HomePlug AV innovations. It also utilizes MIMO and Beamforming Technology, which unlike other HomePlug AV compliant devices, effectively uses the three wires (live, neutral, and ground) present in your home’s wall wiring, to transmit and receive data while constantly ensuring that it would always be at its peak performance even at poor channels. With a 1200Mbps data transfer over the powerline combined with the  MIMO and Beamforming Technology, you will get to enjoy more of your powerline network.


Portability at its Finest : Internet Anywhere in the House

The PL-1200AV2-PEW provides two ways of having internet access : (1) Ethernet connectivity and (2) Wi-Fi. These two internet access options provided by the PL-1200AV2-PEW combined with the genuine portability of this device’s design, allows you to have internet access ANYWHERE in the house on all of your devices (may it be wired or wireless) as long as a power outlet is nearby. Two (2) Gigabit ports were made for your Ethernet devices such as computers, game consoles and other Ethernet cable reliant devices, reliably ensuring that no Ethernet device in your house would go without any high-speed internet connection. Wireless Dual Band connectivity, supported by the 802.11ac wireless standard, is then provided for your wireless devices with speeds of up to 300Mbps for the 2.4GHz and up to 867Mbps for the 5.0GHz frequency band to ensure that you have full options in maximizing your wireless connectivity.

Remember, you will need at least two home plug devices to form a home plug connection. More home plug AV2 devices can be added to further share your network.

Please note this plug is compatible with other AV products but not 85Mbps devices. It will co-exist with the 85Mbps products but not interact with them. See our compatibility chart here


Physical Specifications Dimensions : 128.88 (L) x 68.16 (W) x 44.16 (H)mm
Weight : 0.25 Kg
Interface(s) Two RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Buttons WPS Button
Simple Connect Push Button
Factory Default Reset Button
Power LED
Powerline Link/Activity Status LEDs
2.4GHz and 5.0GHz LEDs
Two Ethernet LEDs
Standards and Protocols IEEE 802.3 10/100/1000 Ethernet
IEEE 1901 and 1905.1
HomePlug AV Compliant
HomePlug AV2 Compliant
AV2 30MHz and 67MHz MIMO profiles
AV2 30MHz and 67MHz SISO profiles
Power Save mode
Co- existence with HomePlug 1.0/Turbo Nodes
Compliant to ErP 2013 directive
Full EN50561-1 Compliance
Data Transfer Rates Powerline : Up to 1200Mbps Transfer Speeds
Wireless :
» 2x2 for 2.4GHz up to 300Mbps
» 2x2 for 5.0GHz up to 867Mbps
WLAN Features IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Compliant
Supports Spatial Multiplexing, Cyclic-Delay Diversity(CDD),
Low-Density Parity Check(LDP), Maximal Ratio
Combining(MRC), and Space Time Block Code(STBC)
WEP, TKIP, AES and WAPI Hardware Encryption
Frame Aggregation and Block ACK
802.11e-Compatible Bursting
HomePlug Features Integrated MAC/PHY, Analog Front End and Line Driver
Supports RGMII/RMII Ethernet with both MAC and PHY
Supports DDR2/3 Memory
Supports Line-Neutral/Line-Ground 2x2 MIMO with
Dynamic Channel Adaption and Channel Estimation
Windowed OFDM with Noise Mitigation based on Patented
Line Synchronization Techniques
Advanced Turbo Code Forward Error Correction
Turbo Decode Rates: 1/2, 16/21, 8/9
Hardware Qualcomm Atheros QCA7500 AV2 Compliant MAC/PHY
» SPI Flash : 4MB SPI
» DRAM : 128MB DDR3
Qualcomm Atheros QCA8334 Four-Port Gigabit Ethernet
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9882 802.11ac/abgn Dual-band 2x2
Device Features MIMO with Beamforming technology
Internet Access Anywhere in the House
High-Definition Audio and Video Support without
noticeable dropouts or artifacts
Compatible with HomePlug AV2 and HomePlug AV
No New Wires ®
Dual Band Concurrent Wireless Connectivity
Energy Saving
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Power Specifications Switch Mode : 85VAC to 265VA
Platform Support OS Independent with TCP/IP protocol installed
Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP 32bit, Vista 32bit, Window 7/8
(32/64-bit), Mac OS X
Environmental Operating Temperature : 0° to 40° C
Operating Humidity : 30% to 80% Relative Humidity
Pre-release specifications, subject to change
How to factory default your homesplugs Download here 06.02.19
High Resolution Images Download here 22.05.17
User Manual Download here 30.03.17
Quick Start Guide Download here 17.10.16
Sales overview leaflet Download here 07.11.14

Real World performance of Solwise home plug powerline data transfer devices

If you are having trouble getting a home plug setup to deliver the through-put that you need, or if you are trying to determine what you can expect from some products that you are thinking of buying, then the following notes may help. There are four main considerations that affect the performance of a home plug system: The distance between the pair of devices The complexity of the building’s mains wiring Electrical noise generated by other mains powered equipment Understanding the headline speed of the standard

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