Adding a WIFI Powerline plug to a non wifi kit. PA8010P KIT V2

Adding a WIFI Powerline plug to a non wifi kit. PA8010P KIT V2
Adding a WIFI Powerline plug to a non wifi kit. PA8010P KIT V2
2020-10-05 20:32:40 - last edited 2020-10-09 09:25:19

Good evening,

 

I would like to add wifi to my existing network. I have the PA8010P kit and was hoping to add an equivalent plug to this network.

 

Will it work and which one would I need?

 

Thank you.

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Re:Adding a WIFI Powerline plug to a non wifi kit. PA8010P KIT V2-Solution
2020-10-08 15:24:29 - last edited 2020-10-09 09:25:19

@Issysdad

 

The WPA8630P will work with your PA8010Ps - the WPA8630-Kit includes one PA8010P.

 

Cheaper/older models will also work, but the powerline network will be limited to the slowest device. I have a WPA7510 working alongside WPA8630P and PA8010P.

 

In theory, as long as the device is HomePlug compatible it should work even if it isn't TP-Link.

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Re:Adding a WIFI Powerline plug to a non wifi kit. PA8010P KIT V2-Solution
2020-10-08 15:24:29 - last edited 2020-10-09 09:25:19

@Issysdad

 

The WPA8630P will work with your PA8010Ps - the WPA8630-Kit includes one PA8010P.

 

Cheaper/older models will also work, but the powerline network will be limited to the slowest device. I have a WPA7510 working alongside WPA8630P and PA8010P.

 

In theory, as long as the device is HomePlug compatible it should work even if it isn't TP-Link.

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