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TP-Link AV2000 Powerline Adapter Kit, 2-Port, up to 2000Mbps (TL-PA9020 KIT)
- Lightning Fast Speed: Super fast speeds—Powerline speeds up to 2000 Mbps
- Latest Technology: Gigabit speeds through your electrical outlets for improved coverage; Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired network reliably; Patented Power-Saving Mode automatically reduces power consumption by up to 85%
- Industry Leading Support: 2-year warranty and free 24/7 technical support; J.D. Power Ranked TP-Link "Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Wireless Routers in 2017"
- Gigabit port: Gigabit Ethernet port connects devices like smart TVs, game consoles, and PCs to your network
- Plug-and-play: Set up in minutes, no need to configure or install software. System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1, Mac, Linux
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"The tl-pa9020p Powerline kit equips any room with blazing fast internet by transforming your outlets into Ethernet ports for reliable wired connection to all of your devices, no matter how far from your router. With 2x2 MIMO, the adapters intelligently transfer data through two streams for maximized speed. The home plug av2 then rapidly transfers your data through the electrical wiring within the walls of your home. Beamforming additionally boosts overall performance by strengthening your signal towards powerline devices. Game on in crisp, clear 4k from any room in your household without staring down a loading screen. The terms "av2000" and "2000mbps" are derived from applicable specifications and refer to the theoretical maximum physical-layer data transfer rate. Those terms are used on this product solely to indicate its compatibility with other "av2000" or "2000mbps" Powerline devices. Actual data speeds vary and are limited by the product's Ethernet port and other network conditions such as data traffic, electrical noise, and wiring issues. If you are uncertain about your network conditions, you should consult an it professional to assist in selecting a networking product.".
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Level Up Your Wi-Fi with Powerline
The TL-PA9020 Powerline Kit equips any room with blazing fast internet by transforming your outlets into Ethernet ports for reliable wired connection to all your devices, no matter how far from your router. Game on in crisp, clear 4K from any room in your household without the buffering.
More Stable Connections
2x2 MIMO beamforming technology boosts overall performance by targeting your network signal towards powerline devices to form stronger and more reliable connections, particularly previously hard to reach outlets. 2x2 MINO create two separate network streams for multiple simultaneous connections so higher speed and greater stability can be delivered to all connected devices.
More Ports for More Devices
Two gigabit ports available on each adapter creates secured and wired networks for desktops, smart TVs or games consoles. Just use an Ethernet cable to attach your devices to the Powerline adapter to experience Gigabit speeds on your Smart TVs, network attached storage devices and more.
Find the Best Spot to Expand Wi-Fi
The TL-PA9020 Kit has an intelligent LED signal to indicate Wi-Fi strength and optimal Wi-Fi coverage spot. The color-changing LED glows blue when it is placed in the best location to extend Wi-Fi. When it glows red, you can unplug and move the extender closer to your router to find the best setup location for a stronger connection.
Press the 'Pair' button on the Powerline adapters for instant and effortless 128-bit AES encryption. The TL-PA9020 KIT can be set up and secured in seconds with a simple press of a button.
Dedicate Network Traffic to Specific Devices
Decide which devices matter the most to you and prioritize your networks traffic. With the Quality of Service (QoS) setup you can easily control your network traffic.
Power Saving Efficiency
When not in use, the powerline automatically powers down to reduce outlet energy consumption by 85%*. Cut down costs on your energy bill while providing faster connectivity to your devices.
*Maximum reduction in energy consumption output was tested in a controlled environment. Actual data will vary based on network conditions and environmental factors.
|TL-PA4010 KIT||TL-WPA4220 KIT||TL-PA7010 KIT||TL-WPA8630 KIT V2||TL-PA9020 KIT||TL-PA9020P KIT|
|HomePlug AV Technology||AV600||AV600||AV1000||AV1300||AV2000||AV2000|
|Interface||1-Ethernet Port||2-Ethernet Ports||1-Gigabit Port||3-Gigabit Ports||2-Gigabit Ports||2-Gigabit Ports|
|Wireless Capability||Up to 300Mbps||Up to 1300Mbps|
|Power Outlet Pass-through||✓|
|Plug and Play||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Powerline KIT||2x TL-PA4010||TL-WPA4220 + TL-PA4010||2x TL-PA7010||TL-WPA8630 + TL-PA8010||2x TL-PA9020||2x TL-PA9020P|
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This definitely lives up to the promise - I was using SpeedTest to monitor the connection, and the speeds I was getting through the adapter were better than my N network. I tried the thing on the same circuit, as well as others around my house, and they were blazing fast. My house is 20 years old, so not brand new wiring, but also not really old wiring either.
I knocked a star off for a pretty major design flaw - if this unit is plugged into the bottom of an electrical outlet, you can't use the top outlet if you have something with a ground (the third prong), as the unit is just slightly too high. Not sure how this got past the design department, and I've already been limited in placement just in my testing of the unit. Very unfortunate.
-Update Nov. 2016 Looses connection every time computer shuts down and needs to be re plugged in throughout the house. Connection drops randomly once or twice a week. Tried updating the firmware, setting up the network names, checking other appliances, running in the same room and outlet lines to no fix. The units go into a weird sleep if there is no connection for a while and have trouble waking up any other units on the other end.
Countless others and models with the same issue, just google "Tp-Link PowerLine Adaptor Connection Drop" it seems anything with a qualcomm processor has this issue.
When it works they're great, but having to run through the house for 20 to 30 minutes plugging stuff in re-entering device names and setting up your home network is not worth it every day or two. I would suggest another unit if your debating between these items.
I have purchased four total units and they all display this issue.
-Update Aug.2017 Have to change over the computers Ethernet cable every time I turn it on now or have to wait 5 to 10 minutes for it to realize there's a hard wire connection. Look elsewhere these things are horrible for the price. Unluckily I bought four and cant get any too work reliably in any combination with firmware updates, network tweaks or isolating circuits. Different houses or units. There's just no reliable connection either starting up or for continued use.
Setting up is really easy.
1. Plug adapter into outlet beside router (must be in wall, not an extension core or power bar).
2. Plug an Ethernet cable from the adapter into one of your router's slots.
3. Plug the receiver into the outlet in your destination room.
4. Press the little button on both adapter and receiver.
5. Plug in Ethernet cable into the receiver, and hook it up to your device of choice.
I recommend picking up this model over the models limited to 100 mbps for future proofing. Eventually, Gigabit internet should be the standard (it's becoming more and more affordable in Canada with ISPs offering deals). You'll want to get this one for that type of support, even if you can't take advantage of it now.
The reason I bought this was because I was getting garbage wifi connection in my room. Games were unplayable even when my wifi bars were at 3/4. Overwatch ping consistently spiked to 2000-3000 ms. With a wired connection using this adapter, my ping is always 25-40. Keep in mind that it's bottlenecked by my landlord's router (which is the default ISP one) and internet plan which is definitely not the fastest.
This product definitely won't improve your internet speed if you're already using wired, but it is the perfect solution for spots in the house that's out of range from the router's wireless network.
A small design flaw is that it's a bit too big, so if you plug it into the bottom socket of a pair as illustrated, it blocks the top socket. But you still have a socket free because of the passthrough socket on the device, so it's not a big deal.
One minor issue I have noticed: if my laptop is charging while the powerline network is operating, and I listen to music on headphones plugged into the laptop, I can hear noisy interference through the headphones. Unplugging the laptop charger stops this noise, as does unplugging the powerline adapter. So it's making noise on the AC power circuit that's finding its way into the audio circuits of the computer. But this is probably a quirk of the wiring of my home and not a flaw with this particular unit.
When using the repeater to clone the WiFi network for full coverage in my house, often devices won't automatically switch to the nearest AP. I end up getting poor signal when it should just switch to the closer AP.
My solution has been to give the repeater its own network name (ie: BasementWiFi) and manually choose it when I am closer to that AP.
Still get much better WiFi coverage, but it's not as seamless/automatic as I'd hoped.