D-Link PowerLine DHP-W310AV - bridge - 802.11b/g/n - desktop

Mfg. Part: DHP-W310AV | CDW Part: 3062761 | UNSPSC: 43222609
  • Bridge
  • HomePlug AV (HPAV)
  • IEEE 1901
  • 802.11b/g/n
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Main Features
  • Bridge
  • HomePlug AV (HPAV)
  • IEEE 1901
  • 802.11b/g/n
The PowerLine AV 500 Wireless N Mini Starter Kit allows you to extend your existing home network to enjoy high-speed and reliable connectivity throughout your home. By combining both PowerLine and wireless technology, it allows you to extend and create wireless networks, with the latest HomePlug AV and Wireless N standards, where it was not possible before. Using your existing electrical wiring, no additional wires are necessary to extend your network.

This convenient kit contains everything you need to extend your home network to where your wireless signals cannot reach.

Advanced technology built into these devices make them more resistant to electrical interference from other household appliances, so you can fully benefit from a high speed Internet connection. Up to 500 Mbps for faster file sharing, lag free gaming and smooth HD video streaming. Wireless N provides up to 300 Mbps speeds to your wireless-enabled devices.

No need for any IT or networking knowledge. Simply plug one adapter into any power outlet and connect it to your route, and the other adapter to your Internet-enabled device. Fits discreetly into your power outlet and with two network ports you can connect even more devices.

Secure your network from unwanted connections with a simple push of a button. All that is required for a secure set-up is the push of a button on the side of the adapters.

In addition, the adapters in the kit are designed with power-saving features such as the stand-by mode: if data transmission does not occur over a certain period of time, the adapters will automatically go into low-consumption state to save power.

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