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TP-Link TL-WPA8631P KIT WiFi Powerline Kit with Passthrough

Wall-Piercing Wi-Fi Extended to Every Outlet
  • 2 Powerline Units
  • 3 Network Ports per extender
  • Wireless: Yes
  • AC Passthrough: Yes

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CCL Code: NET4204|
Part Number: TL-WPA8631P KIT
|Manufacturer: TP-Link

Netgear Powerline 1000 Powerline Kit

Extend Your Wired Network at 1,000Mbps Speeds
  • 2 Powerline Units
  • 1 Network Port per extender
  • Wireless: No
  • AC Passthrough: No
CCL Code: NET2383|
Part Number: PL1000-100UKS
|Manufacturer: Netgear
  • 2 Powerline Units
  • Wireless: Yes
  • AC Passthrough: No
CCL Code: NET2573|
Part Number: TL-WPA4220KIT V1.20
|Manufacturer: TP-Link
  • 2 Powerline Units
  • 1 Network Port per extender
  • Wireless: Yes
  • AC Passthrough: No
CCL Code: NET2826|
Part Number: TL-WPA7510KIT
|Manufacturer: TP-Link
CCL Code: NET4480|
Part Number: 8725
|Manufacturer: Devolo

Powerline networking, as the name suggests, uses your home (or offices) electrical wiring as a wired data network.

It’s a solution which is favoured in situations where WiFi signals are unable to penetrate very far into a building (for example, in old buildings with thick brick or stone walls), or where the use of Ethernet cables would be too unsightly and complicated.

Powerline kits provide you with the ability to turn your home’s electricity network into your own fast network to connect devices, no matter where they may be in your home, to the internet.

How do powerline adapters work?

Most powerline kits feature two adapters, which work in the following way; the first powerline adapter is plugged into the power socket nearest to your router. It’s then connected to the router using an Ethernet cable.

The second adapter (or more, if you live in a massive house) is then plugged into a power socket in another room. This adapter is then connected to your TV, desktop PC, laptop, or other internet enabled device using an Ethernet cable.

Voila! You now have a fully functioning network that’s running through the walls of your home. What’s more, you can extend the network as much as you want. Simply add further adapters in rooms as required.

What are ‘AC passthrough’ powerline adapters?

When shopping for powerline adapters, or powerline WiFi extender kits, you may see some labelled as ‘AC passthrough’.

AC passthrough means that a powerline adapter features a built-in plug socket.

This means that you can connect a plug to the rear of the powerline adapter, so that you can still draw power from your home’s electricity network. So, you can connect both the powerline adapter, and another device to a single plug.

Shop leading powerline brands at CCL

So, if you want a quick and easy way to extend your home’s WiFi or internet network, then explore our range of powerline networking kits here at CCL. 

You’ll find leading brands including DLink, Mercusys, Netgear, Tenda, and TP-Link.