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Are the 500 Mbps models compatible with 200 Mbps models? ›
Yes, the 500 Mbps homeplugs are backwards compatible with 200 Mbps homeplugs. However, if you want to make use of maximum speeds, we recommend using only 500 Mbps models within one network. The 500 Mbps models are ideal for high-speed internet and streaming HD-videos.
Are the Sitecom homeplugs compatible with homeplugs from other brands? ›
All Sitecom 200 Mbps and 500 Mbps homeplugs conform to the HomePlug AV standard. All homeplugs that conform to this standard can communicate with each other. The Sitecom 85 Mbps homeplugs conform to the HomePlug 1.0 standard. All devices that meet this standard can work together.
What is the advantage of a 500 Mbps model compared to a 200 Mbps model?›
The 500 Mbps homeplugs are ideal for high-speed internet and demanding media applications. If you want to experience uninterrupted performances with streaming HD-videos and gaming, the 500 Mbps models are recommended.
What is the energy consumption of a homeplug?›
Sitecom homeplugs have a low power design and the energy use is < 6W. All Sitecom homeplugs feature a power saving function to reduce energy consumption by approximately 60%. The homeplug automatically switches to stand-by mode when the connected device is turned off.
What is the advantage of a "plus socket" model? ›
Sitecom's plus socket models allow you to extend the network via the powerline without losing the availability of your power socket. Thanks to the integrated power socket you can still plug in other devices.
What is the advantage of a "plus switch" model? ›
Instead of connection one device, Sitecom's plus switch model allows you to simultaneously connect three network devices. Connect a desktop PC, Connected TV or game console to your homeplug network at the same time.
Is my homeplug network secure? ›
All Sitecom homeplugs are equipped with a security button that once pushed, establishes a safe network connection instantly and protects the network thoroughly from misuse.