Devolo dLAN 1200+ Pass-Through Powerline Kit

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Up to 1200Mbps transfer speed between the powerline plugs*
• Extend the network coverage in your home for an uninterrupted connection
• Simple to install, simply plug in and enjoy a wider network coverage
• Link button included for easy linking to an additional powerline plug
• Maximum range of up to 300m between the powerline adapters
• 128-bit AES encryption built-in to the powerline plugs to protect your data
• Two powerline plugs and network cables included to get you started
• Single network port on each plug to connect directly to your device with an Ethernet port
• Power saving mode built-in to save you electricity when not in use
• Manufacturer part number: 9378

Special Features
• No pairing required – powerline sockets auto-detect each other when plugged in
• Pass-through socket included to allow you to plug an additional device into the powerline socket so you don’t lose a valuable power socket
*Actual data will vary due to the network conditions and environmental factors

Is this powerline kit right for me?
This Devolo dLAN 1200+ kit contains everything that you will need in the box. This powerline kit is simple to use, its plug and play feature means that you can quickly plug in the powerline adapters, connecting one to your router and the other to your networked device and setup is complete. The kit will give you a transfer speed of up to 1200Mbps between the plugs and the single network port will allow you to connect your networked device, such as your laptop, desktop pc, games console, smart TV, networked hard drive or even your smart fridge directly to your router and give you internet access. The kit is plug and play to make setup quick and simple. The plugs are designed for you to connect them directly to a mains socket, but this doesn’t mean that you will lose a mains power socket. You can still plug a device, such as your television or a games console you have connected into the Ethernet socket, directly into the back of the powerline socket so that it can also power your device.

How could I use this powerline kit?
The powerline kit is designed for one plug to connect directly to your network router while the other connects to a networked device. Compatible network devices include laptops, PCs, gaming consoles, smart TVs, network hard drives, media players and CCTV kits. It allows that device to connect directly to the internet without using long network cables. Additional receivers, including receivers that give a wireless signal, are sold separately and can connect additional devices to your router. For best results, use any powerline receiver capable of sending up to 1200Mbps.

How does powerline work?
Powerline technology transfers data using the electrical wiring of the household. This allows for a single powerline plug to be connected directly to a router and plugged into a mains socket. This plug will then communicate to all of the other plugs that are connected to the same electricity supply. This kit comes with a single powerline plug that connects to a router and another plug that will connect to your networked device and allow it to communicate to your router over the mains. The powerline adapters will communicate with each other when connected directly to mains sockets that are on the same fuse board.

Specification

Specifications
Sockets included 2
Network ports 1
Network port speed 10/100/1000
Pass through power sockets 2
Wi-Fi extender included 0
Wi-Fi type No
Wi-Fi speed No
Plug and play Yes
Colour White
Dimensions (excluding plug) 130 x 66 x 42 mm
Warranty 3 year

hello, I have connected four of these units and they are great, however, they all are on different networks and therefore I need to enter 4 passwords on each of my devices! Is there a way for them all to "clone" to my EE router network?

Asked by: mike
The easiest way to do so would be through the Devolo Cockpit software from a computer. Through this you can access the individual network settings for the WiFi units and either manually enter the same details as your EE router or enable WPS cloning mode allowing this to happen automatically. This software should have come with your powerline kit, however if you do not have the disc it can also be downloaded from the following link; http://www.devolo.com/en/dLAN-software/devolo-Cockpit-simple-powerline-network-configuration/
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-12-13

Hi. I've only got normal broadband that is up to 17Mbps. What is the most appropriate speed of powerline device that I should get without wasting my money getting something that is faster than I can actually take advantage of? 

Asked by: Novice
The speed stated on the powerline kits is only the speed between the 2 powerline adapters. The item linked below may be more suitable for you http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/tp-link-av500-500mbps-passthrough-powerline-n300-wifi-kit-a97tb
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2016-11-10

I have mains sockets which are very close to the floor; pictures of your dLan 1200+ appear to suggest that, when the unit is plugged in, the 'pass-through' socket is on the same vertical level as the unit's own 3-pin plug. Can you confirm this please?

Asked by: Philip
That is correct, with the ethernet port located on the top of the unit.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-08-04

Will this kit serve wifi to a caravan 30 feet from my house?

Asked by: Teddy793
This unit has no wireless connectivity.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-06-29

how many extenders are supplied with this product?

Asked by: black spring
This is a twin pack.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-06-28

What does kit consist of? How many computers can be connected.

Asked by: Fred
The kit consists of 2x plug sockets and 2x Ethernet cables.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2017-01-27

could you tell me if the Devolo dlan1200+kit will cause interference to digital radios .Like my old ones did .If not i will deferentially purchase them Thanks John

Asked by: johng
Unfortunately we cannot gaurntee that this will not cause interference with some radios.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-02-19

How many of these powerline adapters can work simultaneously, I would like to connect 4 ip cameras, a network drive and a smart tv to the network using these adapters, so that would be 6 units working at the same time

Asked by: Aa Uxbridge
it would depend on your internet speed however 6 units should be fine to use.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-02-19

the picture shows 4 items,yet I see an answer saying it has 2.

Asked by: teddb
I have checked the web all images only show two plugs, two of the images also have the box of the item placed behind the plugs ( the box also has an image of the plugs on it ). Just to confirm this kit is provided with two plugs.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-02-18

I live in a 4 storey house with multiple electrical circuits. Currently have BT broadband including 2 extenders. Does the 1200 work for different electrical circuits? Do any othr products in the range eg 500 work on different electrical circuits?

Asked by: ChelseaMarv
This will work as long all the circuits connect back to the same fuse board.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-12-31

Hi I am looking to install a IP CCTV camera to an out building with mains power from the house would this support this application? thinking of using the following:Swann NHD-817 1080p Pan Tilt Zoom Outdoor IP Dome Camera Product Code: A91TU

Asked by: Tony G
In theory this should work, but it really is going to depend on how the outbuildings power is provided. If it comes from the main consumer unit it should be fine. However if the outbuilding has it's own consumer unit or is RCD protected then there is a possibility the units will not work as intended.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-09-14

I bought a Devolo 1200+ dLAN starter kit with 2 sockets. e.g For router and PC connection. Presumably if I bought another starter kit for 2 I could connect more PCs? e.g Router & 3 PCs.

Asked by: Alan Robertson
Yes that would be fine to do.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2015-07-17

I currently have a Devolo dLAN 200 AV Wireless N sockets. Am I able to connect this to the 1200+? I understand that the max speed I'd get from the 200s is 200 but would prefer to not have to upgrade my whole set up and use the two sets of kit together.

Asked by: Jonny
I am pleased to advise the product you mentioned will do exactly what you require.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-07-17

Will using this equipment improve my connection speed , even though it's such a slow speed coming into the house ?
Asked by: Mrs. H. Bond
Your internet speed is governed by your service provider ... if it is slow then nothing you add will speed this up, the speed stated on this item is it's maximum transfer speed within any given environment.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-07-17

we have a long thin extended bungalow. the wireless router is in old end of house, the bedrooms in the new part do not recieve wifi signal. the bedrooms have their own electrics and fuse box. 1- will this system work across different ring mains? (they have to be electrically connected at some point- all household sockets get power via electric meter coming into house) 2- if it doesn't work across ring mains. can different ring mains be connected with an ethernet cable? (in the middle of the house there are 2 sockets quite close to each other, one from each ring main. If one of these units is plugged into each can they then be connected with an ethernet/ LAN cable. i would then need a 4th unit plugged in in bedrooms to recieved and transmit signal in that end of the house. 3- if 2 packs of 3 units are bought can they all be plugged around the house, will this 'overload the bandwidth?' in any way? many thanks Jeremy
Asked by: Jeremy
I'm afraid I can't confirm for certain if it will work or not. Most often it wont work - however some fuseboxes have been known to allow the signal through. As for connecting the to ring mains together with a network cable - this is not possible. You would need to speak to an electrician to see if its possible to connect them. You wont overload your band width – but if you you do have lots of devices connected it will slow you router as it would if they were connected directly to it.
Answered by: DB
Date published: 2015-07-17

With one unit connected to the router for "input", how many units are provided in the pack for "outlets"?
Asked by: Peter Martin
One it’s a 2 plug kit , extra plug sold separately
Answered by: NG
Date published: 2017-01-27
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