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Solwise 1200AV Smart Link home plug AV2 with PoE

  • High-Speed powerline adapter with Ethernet interface for fast data transfer over the existing household power supply
  • The high-speed transfer rates of 1200Mbps even make it possible to transmit video in DVD quality
  • Simple plug and easy to install Fully compliant with IEEE802.3/802.3u,IEEE802.3at/af HomePlugAV/HomePlugAV2 standard
  • Provides DC55V power for the PoE PD over CAT5e / CAT6
  • Provides 128-bit AES link encryption for Powerline networks
  • Allows you to connect PCs and other devices conveniently via any power outlet in your home
  • IEEE 802.3at /af compliant Midspan or Endpoint (Option) PSE

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Home plug 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 home plugs 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.

The Solwise PoE home plug adapter has a socket for both data and 802.3af (48V) Power over Ethernet. This means that you can use the network cable for both powering your PoE enabled device and for network data. This is ideal for Access Points, low power IP Cameras or VoIP phones, anything that supports Power over Ethernet.

The Solwise PL1200AV2 is a Smart Link plug which means that two transmitters are able to transmit on any two of three plug pairs: Live, neutral and earth giving you cleaner connection across your mains from plug to plug.  The Solwise 1200AV2 adapter also features faster processing power.  

The built-in PoE Injector provides 55V/48V power via CAT5E / CAT6.  The solution is compliant with IEEE1901 , Homeplug AV and Homeplug AV2, allowing hassle free compatibility with existing Homeplug AV2 devices and other suppliers of IEEE1901 PLC (Powerline Line Communication) devices and IEEE 802.3at /af compliant Midspan or Endpoint (Option) PSE.

Package includes 1 network cable.

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


Interface 1*LAN10/100/1000Base-TX applied for RJ45 interface
LED display lights PWR(power light), PLC(PLC signal light),
ETH(Ethernet light) PoE(PoE signal light)
Transmission band 2-68MHz
Protocol HomePlug AV2
IEEE 802.3 IEEE 802.3u 10/100Ethernet Standard
IEEE802.3at/af Standard
Security 128-AES
Transfer rate(PHY) 1200Mbps
Modulation OFDM
Support operating
Windows 98/ME/NT/2003/7 Windows XP
Home/Pro Mac OSX Linux
Power over
Provides 55V,30w/48V 15.4w for PD (Power device)
CAT5 Ethernet Pin Usage
Power source AC 100V-240V 60/50Hz
working temperature:0 ℃-70℃
working humidity 10%-90% non-condensed state
Size 115mm×65mm×30mm L×W×H
Weight 0.30kg
Certification FCC CE ROHS
User Manual Download here 09.09.16
High resolution images Download here 13.10.16
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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