Strong Powerline 500 Kit Manual

Strong Powerline 500 Kit Manual

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Strong Powerline 500 Kit


  • Company Name: Strong
  • Model : Powerline 500 Kit
  • Type : Powerline
  • Specifications : Powerline 500 Kit Specs
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Strong Powerline 500 Kit Specifications

Specifications

HARDWARE
StandardsHomePlug™ AV, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
Interface10/100M Ethernet, Extra Power Socket 250 V AC 16 A max.
ButtonConnect & Secure/Reset
LEDsPower, Powerline, Ethernet
Power100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Security128 bit AES
RangeUp to 300 meters over electric circuit
Frequency2 MHz ~ 68 MHz
Size in mm (WxDxH)60 x 74 x 117
Weight in kg0,16
OTHERS
CertificationCE
Package Contents2x Powerline 500 Adapters
2x Ethernet Cables
Quick Installation Guide, Warranty Card
System RequirementsRJ45 Ethernet connection
EnvironmentOperating Temperature: 0°C ~ +40 C
Storage Temperature: -40°C ~ +70 C
Operating Humidity: 10%~90% non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5%~90% non-condensing
EAN8717185449648
In consequence of continuous research and development technical specifications, design, picture and appearance of products may change without notice. STRONG shall not be responsible in any manner relating to the logos, brands and/or trademarks displayed herein which are not registered by STRONG. All product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®.
Data throughput, distance, signal range, and coverage area per m² are used only for reference and based on performance test results under normal use case conditions. Actual performances are not guaranteed and may vary due to differences in operating environments, distance and positioning of the products, mix of products used, building materials, wireless and electrical interferences and other adverse conditions.