Sagemcom F@ST 502W Powerline Plug Video Review
Sagemcom F@ST Plug 502W Powerline Wi-Fi Extender Full Specifications
- Easy set up to give WiFi coverage from your existing PLC network
- Upto 300m Wi-Fi range (upto 300Mbps) and 300m PLC range (upto 500Mbps)
- Connection of Smartphone or tablet anywhere in the house
- Streaming, Gaming, TV, file sharing and other devices over Wi-Fi or Ethernet
- Works with all internet service providers
The Sagemcom F@ST PLUG 502W Powerline Wi-Fi Extender is designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their broadband around their home. Extend the range of your Wi-Fi around your home and enjoy the full broadband experience meaning Wi-Fi cold spots are a thing of the past. Easy set up - No install neccessary, just plug into one of your mains wall power sockets and connect to your existing PLC network, and create a WiFi coverage around your home.
There are also two Ethernet ports on the base of the plug, so you could also choose to connect via a cable to a device such as a Smart TV or printer. Say for example you position this plug behind your television - creating an WiFi bubble there from your existing PLC network to wirelessly service a tablet or laptop, you could then also physically connect a cable to a device such as a games console AND a Smart TV for maximising your connection speed.
Ideal for connection of Smartphones or tablets all around the house and streaming, gaming, TV, file sharing and other devices over Wi-Fi.
Sagemcom F@ST PLUG 502W has a contemporary white finish blending it in front of any power outlet.
How Power-line Networking Works - Power-line networking is a way to connect computers etc in your home. It uses the electrical wiring in your house to create a network. Power-line networking is based on the concept of "no new wires." The convenience is even more obvious because while not every room has a phone jack, you will always have an electrical outlet. Because it requires no new wiring, and the network adds no cost to your electric bill, power-line networking is the cheapest method of connecting computers etc in different rooms. The Powerline connection works by transmitting data through the electrical wires between the two adaptors so you will need at least two powerline plugs connected with one adaptor connected to your router and the other adaptor plugs into a power socket in a far room and your network signal is transmitted from the adaptor connected to the router to the other adaptor via your electrical wiring.This design is ideal for new users establishing their first PLC network or experienced users intent on expanding their networks.
Set up is hassle free and completed within minutes complete with 128-bit AES encryption for network security.