High Speed - Up to 200 Mbps*
HomePlug AV Technology for faster transfer rates. Get a grip on buffering and lag: With speeds up to 200Mbps* over your home's existing wiring, your Linksys Powerline network can handle all types of network traffic. From transferring large files to streaming 1080p HD video to your TV, your Powerline network will provide a smoother experience no matter what device it's plugged into.
Easy Setup (No CD needed)
Simply plug the adapters into wall outlet or power strip for connectivity.
Connects to any device with enabled Ethernet network port. With a standardized network connection, your Linksys Powerline network can connect to any type of device that is Internet enabled. By connecting to a Linksys Powerline network your devices can now harness the online capabilities they were designed for.
Push Button Security
Keep Wi-Fi freeloaders and Internet threats at bay with the latest in WPA2 security to help keep your network protected.
Plug and Play
Use existing electrical outlets to connect to your network - simply plug the adapters into the wall for connectivity. By simply plugging one Powerline adapter into the wall outlet and your router, and then adding a second one to a wall outlet, you can create a wired internet connection anywhere in your home. It's as easy as plug and play.
Multi Port Connectivity
With four Ethernet ports available, the Linksys PLS400 will allow you to bring to life all those devices in your home that weren't previously online. Plug each device into the four ports on the PLS400 Powerline Adapter and take advantage of the online content now available.
* Maximum performance for the Powerline AV Network Adapter is derived from HomePlug Powerline Alliance HomePlug AV specification. Performance depends on many factors, conditions and variables, including volume of network traffic, home wiring construction, operating system used, mix of networking products used, interference from other electrical devices, age of home wiring, wireline range and coverage as determined by wiring route or path between devices and other adverse conditions. Power outlets and electrical wiring must all be part of the same electrical system.