FAQs

Can several Powerline networks exist simultaneously in same power circuit?Yes. The powerline networks can be separated by different network names. 

If there are multiple Powerline adapters in the same private network, how will the power line rate be of each device?
In the same private power line network, all devices share the whole bandwidth.

Can Powerline adapters work if they are separated by different electric circuits?
No. If they can pair in the same room, but the powerline LED turns off when you move one powerline device to another area, this usually means they are plugged into separate electrical circuits, preventing them from communicating. Please try different locations.  

Can TP-LINK Powerline adapters work in an unstable power line circuit?
Yes. The voltage range that powerline adapters can work with is 100-240V, the general voltage fluctuation will not affect the stability.

Why does my Powerline adapter interfere with some other devices?
Since HomePlug AV/AV2 protocol uses the same frequency band as some other devices, Powerline products may interfere with devices such as lighting systems that have a dimmer switch or a touch-sensitive on/off feature, short wave radios, cable television system, VDSL devices, speakers, or other Powerline devices that do not follow the HomePlug AV/AV2 standard.

Do all the TP-Link powerline adapters have wifi?
Only the models which start with TL-WPAXXXX have wifi feature, "W" means "Wireless".