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Jan 09
WiFi Extender

Tired of Wi-Fi deadspots?

We all know how frustrating it is to run out of Wi-Fi with wireless devices, so you can’t browse the internet, stream videos, send/receive e-mails… on your iPad®, Android® tablet, smartphone, TV, media player, etc. Now you can turn any power socket into a Wi-Fi hotspot by extending your Router’s Wi-Fi range by up to 2x the distance, all in a compact, portable and easy-to-use device.

Next Generation AC Wireless

Using the latest 802.11ac technology to enable super fast, lag-free data transfer speeds of up to 750Mbps with AC compatible devices.

Instant Set up

By pressing the WPS button on the TM-750 AC and your Router, they will automatically connect to each other and share the same Wi-Fi name and password.

Smart Wi-Fi Positioning

With the intelligent signal identifier, you can quickly find the best location to place the TM-750 AC to get the best Wi-Fi coverage around your property.

Dual Band Wireless

Most range extenders only work on the congested and slow 2.4Ghz band which suffers interference from microwaves, Bluetooth, wireless devices, ovens, cordless phones, etc, reducing and even disrupting the wireless signal.

5Ghz has more bandwidth and less interference providing you with a faster signal and better connection without interruption.

Built in QoS traffic prioritisation technology is designed to deliver your time-sensitive Internet traffic efficiently so you can enjoy smooth video, music streaming, and gaming performance.

The advanced security solutions of 128-bit AES, WEP, WPA, WPA2 & EAP encryptions are included for that extra peace-of-mind.

Access Point

Out of your Router’s Wi-Fi range? You can create a dual band Wi-Fi hotspot by connecting an Ethernet cable from your Router or Switch directly to the TM-750 AC.

Ethernet Bridge

It can also act as a wireless ethernet bridge if you wish to convert a wireless signal to an ethernet cable, so that an ethernet device can connect to your wireless network.

Secure

The advanced security solutions of 128-bit AES, WEP, WPA, WPA2 & EAP encryptions are included for that extra peace-of-mind.

*750Mbps is the maximum theoretical Powerline data rate. Actual throughput will vary depending on environment.

Jan 08

Turn any electrical outlet into a high-speed network connection

With the TM-600 HP you can extend your home network by using electrical sockets. Forget about drilling and rewiring cable throughout your house, with the TM-600 HP you can have internet anywhere in the house (on the same circuit) in a simple and convenient plug ‘n’ play system with no set up required.

Complying with the latest HomePlug AV2 standard, the TM-600 HP gives you a data transmission speed of up to 600Mbps, together with the built-in QoS that gives bandwidth intensive and sensitive applications a higher priority to remain stable and fast.

Forget Wireless

No need to worry about wireless signal strength and walls reducing signal quality.

Simply Plug ‘n’ Play

Connect your router into one adapter and plug the second adapter into another power outlet and you are ready to go!

HD Multimedia Streaming

Connect your Internet-ready TV, Blu-ray™ player, IPTV set-top box or gaming console through any power outlet in your property for super-fast HD transfer speeds.

Secure

With its powerful 128-bit AES encryption, your network is secure and protected. Simply press the Pair button on each unit to securely connect to each other.

*600Mbps is the maximum theoretical Powerline data rate. Actual throughput will vary depending on environment.

Mar 29

Materials needed:  CAT5/5e/6 Cable, RJ45 Plugs, Crimping Tool for RJ45 Plugs, RJ45/Network Cable Tester

To make a Patch Cable using CAT5/5e/6 first, using the cable stripper on the crimp tool, strip about 25mm of the outer jacket to reveal the 4 twisted pairs being careful not to damage the twisted pairs.  A Stanley knife can also be used if the crimp tool does not have a cable stripper. 

Arrange the four twisted pairs as follows from left to right:  Orange White, Orange, Green White, Blue, Blue White, Green, Brown White, Brown. 

Straighten the pairs as much as possible whilst keeping them arranged correctly.  Once the pairs are straightened, trim them down to about 10mm, or enough to allow the RJ45 Wedge to grip the Cable Jacket when crimped, and insert into your RJ45 Plug with Orange White being in Pin Terminal One, Orange being in Pin Terminal Two, Green White in Pin Terminal Three and so on, making sure each of the pairs go into the correct Pin Terminal.

You can now use you crimp tool to crimp the RJ45 Plugs pins into the pairs and the RJ45 Plug wedge onto the jacket of the Cable.

RJ45 pins and pair arrangement shown below

 

After crimping your RJ45 Plugs to each end of your CAT5/5e/6 Patch Cable you’ll need to test the cable to make sure it will work correctly. An RJ45 Tester will test the Patch Cable and indicate if there are any problems with your cable.

If there is an issue with the Cable you’ve made the tester will indicated which end and which pin isn’t working correctly.

Mar 28

Materials Needed: RG59 Coaxial Cable, BNC Plugs, Coaxial Cable Stripping Tool, BNC Crimp Tool.

 

To make up a BNC cable first, using your cable stripping tool, strip about 20mm of the black outer cover from the cable exposing the copper braid, inner insulation and centre conductor.  Next place the BNC Ferrule onto the cable.  Then fold the copper braid backwards onto the black outer cover to reveal the white insulating material.  About 4mm of the white insulating material should now be removed and the centre pin of the BNC placed onto the centre conductor.  Using your BNC crimping tool, crimp the centre pin onto the centre conductor.  Now the BNC plug can be placed onto the cable, allowing the centre pin to be inserted through the BNC plug.  You should hear a click once the centre pin is inserted properly, be a snug fit and the BNC plug should hold the white insulating material.  You can now fold the copper braid over the BNC, place the ferrule over the copper braid and crimp using your crimp tool.  If any copper braid is still showing, it can be trimmed away with an appropriate tool.

 

The below image will show you how to attach a crimp-on BNC Connector to a RG59 Coaxial Cable.

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