500Mbps, 1 GigE Port
Just plug a powerline adapter into any electrical outlet then plug into your Internet. It’s that easy. By using the electrical wires already in your home you can extend a fast, secure, and reliable network connection in any room.
You want a wired network, but you don't want to run long wires. NETGEAR Powerline 500, 1 GigE Port is one of the easiest ways to create a network using your existing electrical wiring. Maximize your available bandwidth with the Gigabit ethernet port.
Get the most out of your powerline connection with a Gigabit port.
Speeds up to 500 Mbps enable multiple HD video streams simultaneously.
Sets up in minutes, no need to configure or install software.
Secures the network connection with the touch of a button, no need to remember passwords.
Automatically tests the connection at any electrical outlet to ensure the highest possible performance.
Extend your Powerline network by adding up to 16 adapters in total. Works with any Homeplug AV adapter.
Automatically powers down when not connected or not in use, disables LEDs, and consumes less than 0.5 Watt in stand-by mode.
† Actual data throughput and data over distance will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building material and construction, and network overhead, result in lower actual data through put rate.
This product is backed by a NETGEAR limited 2-year Hardware Warranty.
24/7 basic technical support provided for 90 days from purchase date, when purchased from a NETGEAR authorized reseller.
The NETGEAR Powerline 500 extends your Internet access to any electrical outlet. You get easy, plug-and-play setup and faster speeds for the most demanding applications, all in a convenient small design.
Smoothly stream up to 1080p video.
Don't run network cables or worry about WiFi to watch your favorites movies and TV shows.
Connect to the latest, greatest video technology.
To win, you need fast no-lag gaming connections.
Use any electrical outlet to connect to your home network and the Internet.