TP-Link is a leading manufacturer of networking products. They offer reliable WiFi routers, access points and signal extenders. TP-Link ADSL and VDSL modems supply a reliable Internet connection from a telephone line while LTE/3G modems provide a WiFi internet connection over a mobile phone network. Compact switches allow you to connect multiple computers to a LAN network and Powerline Adapters plugged straight into your 230V socket can replace long, complex Ethernet cable networks to create a quick, easy way to transfer data.
Up to 4 computers can be connected to a TP-Link WiFi Router via WiFi or Ethernet cable for high-speed information sharing. You can then link your computers to countless mobile devices over a WiFi connection. Each WiFi router includes Dual-Band connectivity as a standard, so you can connect to either 2.4GHz or 5GHz networks. TP-Link access points are usually only used to send WiFi signals and have 1 LAN port to connect to the modem or router. TP-Link WiFi extenders can also be used to amplify WiFi signals in remote locations.
Mobile LTE/3G modems combine a WiFi router with an active SIM card and use the data on the card to access the internet. They are compact in design and have a long battery life and can alternatively be run from a mains power supply. DSL TP-Link modems access the internet via an ADSL2+/VDSL2 network. The more advanced models also support the modern WiFi 802.11ac standard over a 5GHz band and are fitted with a reliable antenna system for stable connectivity.
TP-Link Switches are used to connect several computers to a Local Area Network (LAN). Each port is equipped with an RJ-45 connector and can handle up to 1Gbps. Switches support most Ethernet protocols, IEEE 802.3 standards, and Full-Duplex or Half-Duplex data flow control modes. TP-Link switches can be connected to both LAN and WAN ports and offer several VPN protocols for creating a secure connection, including DDoS protection.
The TP-Link USB network adapter can connect your computer to the Internet via a wireless WiFi network. The portable network cards have USB 3.0 and 2.0 interfaces and easily connect to your laptop or computer. These PCI Express cards are equipped with an external antenna for stable WiFi reception and are suitable for permanent installation on older desktop PCs that lack integrated WiFi hardware. TP-Link network cards support 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi standards and can handle up to 1,900Mbps over a Dual-band network.
TP-Link Powerline Adapters plug directly into 230V sockets to transfer data at a range of up to 300m, replacing long, complex Ethernet cable systems. Each powerline has its own RJ-45 connector to connect to a modem, router, access point or computer. The adapters boast streaming speeds of up to 2Gb/s and 128-bit AES data encryption with an easy plug-and-play configuration. The Powerline TP-Link is equipped with a power saving mode and can also be used as a WiFi extender.
TP-Link offers both directional and omnidirectional WiFi antennas for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz routers. With the compact TP-Link printer servers, you can quickly and easily transform your private USB printer into a public printer that the whole network can access. Use media converters to reliably convert your fibre and copper network cables to the 100Base-FX port optical Ethernet standard. TP-Link wireless cloud IP cameras enable remote real-time viewing while also doubling as motion and sound sensors.