Powerline is a technology that uses your home's internal electrical wiring to transmit the IP (Internet Protocol) signal. With the Powerline adapter, you can send an Internet signal to every socket in your home to access the Internet.
The Powerline 2000 Connection Kit allows you to connect a Swisscom TV-Box or any other device with an Ethernet port wirelessly to the Internet. The Powerline 2000 Connection Kit comes with two Powerline 2000 Connection adapters. Should you wish to connect more TV-Boxes, you can purchase up to two additional Powerline 2000 Connection adapters.
Click the blue plus icon to find out more about the ports and buttons on your WLAN-Box.
Use this port to connect the DSL/fibre router or any device with Internet capability (e.g. computer/Mac, TV-Box or console) to the Powerline-Adapter using the Ethernet cable included.
The actual data rate of the Powerline adapter will be greatly influenced by the conditions in your home or apartment. In Swisscom tests, data rates of between 150 and 300 Mbit/s were measured for the new Powerline adapters. This bandwidth is suitable for most applications, including multi-stream TV.
The Powerline 2000 combination you require depends on the number of Swisscom TV-Boxes you want to connect:
Unplug the two adapters and then plug them back in. If the connection is still not working, reset the two adapters:
In rare cases, the Powerline technology may not work due to an incompatibility with your home's internal electrical wiring. In this case, please return the adapters to us within 14 days of purchase and we will refund the purchase price.
This would, in principle, be possible, provided that the other Powerline adapters have been designed in accordance with the Powerline HomePlug AV specification. Please note, however, that HomePlug AV is a standard that has evolved over several years. You may encounter significant difficulties depending on the adapter model you want to pair with the new Powerline adapters.
We therefore recommend only pairing myStrom Powerline adapters with one another and not integrating adapters from other manufacturers.