TRENDnet's Powerline 1200 AV2 Adapter with Built-in Outlet, model TPL-421E, creates an extreme performance Powerline 1200 network using an existing electrical system. Two adapters are needed to start a network. No CD installation required—encrypted TRENDnet adapters auto-connect out of the box. Plug in the first adapter and network it to your existing router. Plug in other adapters on the same electrical system and they auto-connect to the first adapter for immediate internet access. Never lose an electrical outlet with the built-in socket.
Plug In Install
Simply plug in TRENDnet adapters! The encrypted Powerline signal auto-connects over an existing electrical system.
For Busy Homes
Powerline 1200 technology and a Gigabit port deliver incredibly fast and stable networking to seamlessly connect devices and stream 4K video.
With so many devices needing power, you don't lose an outlet when plugged in. Plug the adapter into an outlet, then plug a power strip into the adapter.
Extreme Powerline networking over existing electrical lines use all three electrical wires: the live, neutral, and ground wires to achieve ground breaking networking throughput speeds**
Whole Home Coverage
Connects over electrical lines for homes up to 465 sq. m (5,000 sq. ft.) or over an electrical power line for a linear distance of 300 m (980 ft.)
Never lose an electrical outlet with the built-in socket—Plug the adapter into an outlet, then plug a power strip into the TPL-421E to power other devices
MIMO with Beamforming Technology
Enhanced performance and range from MIMO with Beamforming technology
Gigabit port extends high performance wired connections
* Maximum of 8 adapters (nodes) recommended for streaming video across your network. ** 1.2 Gbps is the maximum theoretical Powerline data rate when connected to another Powerline 1200 device. Data throughput may vary by circuit wire conditions. If an electrical system does not have a grounded connection, the theoretical networking speed is reduced to 600 Mbps. *** Powerline communication works on a single electrical system. (Usually controlled by a single distribution panel). Power strip, GFCI outlets, and AFCI circuit breakers may degrade Powerline network signals.
All references to speed are for comparison purposes only. Product specifications, size, and shape are subject to change without notice, and actual product appearance may differ from that depicted herein.
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