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STEP 2: Quick Setup Guide for T1002
These instructions should be read and understood fully before
installation and should be kept for future reference.
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Model Number: PE 200AV T1002 (referred to as the Powerline Socket)
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
Powerline Socket with snap-on front fascia, 2 screws (clipped to the
back), matching spacer (for shallower back boxes), plastic fascia removal
tool, PE Quick Install Guide and PE Quick Setup Guide (this guide).
Please ensure that the instructions and safety information provided in
the Power Ethernet Quick Install Guide have been followed.
Once the products are installed, setting up the network is very easy.
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SETTING UP A NETWORK FOR THE FIRST TIME:
The products are designed to automatically connect together to form a
single meshed network secured with 128bit AES encryption.
Each product comes with 4 Ethernet ports and once installed, the
Ethernet ports on all of the Powerline Sockets will automatically link
together.
1. Connect a laptop, PC, printer, VoIP handset or game console using a
CAT5 cable to any Ethernet port on one of the Powerline Sockets.
2. Connect the other Ethernet devices to the other Powerline Sockets
using CAT5 cables.
3. To share Internet access among all these devices, simply connect the
Internet router to any one of the products using a CAT5 cable.
That simple! Now enjoy a fast secure network with Internet
connectivity everywhere a Powerline Socket has been installed.
NOTE: Whenever there is an active Ethernet connection, the Network
Activity light on that Powerline Socket will light up, the Socket will wake up
(Power light goes green) and it will connect with other Powerline Sockets.
NOTE: Two or more Powerline Sockets are required in order to create a
Powerline network. The Powerline Sockets must be electrically
connected sharing the same power phase in order for Powerline Sockets
to provide a network connection between them.
EXPANDING THE POWER ETHERNET NETWORK.
To expand the network, install as many Powerline Sockets as needed
(up to 64 sockets on a single phase) and they will automatically connect
together as soon as they are powered on.
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NEED MORE HELP?
All documentation, software and FAQs can be found online at
http://help.powerethernet.com
LIGHTS
Power
In more complex installations, including multiple electrical phases, and
for troubleshooting tips and the Windows management software,
please consult the PE User Manual which can be downloaded from
http://help.powerethernet.com
PRODUCT INFORMATION
The sticker below shows the Serial Number and Device Password for this
Powerline Socket (a spare sticker is included in the envelope). It is
recommended to record the installation location of the socket and keep
this information safe as it is used by the optional Windows management
software. The Serial Number may be required when requesting
technical support.
Thank you for purchasing your Powerline Sockets. Please register your
new product at http://help.powerethernet.com and join the mailing
list to stay up to date with Power Ethernet’s latest developments.
STATE
Network
Activity
BUTTONS
Reset
Power is on.
Sleep mode or hibernation.
Unit is in pairing mode.
No power.
No Powerline network activity
PLC network connection (paired).
Green: Powerline is detected
with high transfer speed
(Solid colour
(suitable for HD video
denotes
streaming).
connection speed.) Orange: Powerline is detected
with medium transfer speed
(suitable for SD video
streaming).
Red: Powerline is detected with
low transfer speed.
Off.
Unit is in sleep mode or no active
Ethernet connection.
Blink.
Network activity.
Solid green.
100Mbps Ethernet connection
Solid yellow.
10Mbps Ethernet connection
PRESSES
Short press.
R
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DESCRIPTION
Solid green.
Red.
Flashing.
Off.
PLC
Off.
Connection Solid.
DESCRIPTION
Reset / Wakes up the Powerline
Socket. This restarts the 15
minute timer.
Press and hold for Forced hibernation mode.
more than 10 secs.
Initiate pairing mode for next 2
Join/Leave Short press.
minutes. Power light will flash.
Press and hold for
more than
10 seconds.
Unit leaves the current Powerline
network and generates a random
Network Password.
ENCRYTPION PASSWORD
When Powerline Sockets are paired together, they automatically
encrypt all Powerline communications with 128 bit AES encryption.
The default Network Password for all Powerline Sockets is set to
HomePlugAV To further secure the network, the Network Password
can be changed using the optional Windows software which can be
downloaded from http://help.powerethernet.com
INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SOCKET
The Powerline Sockets are equipped with a standard UK power socket
which has a built in mains filter to help eliminate any electrical noise
generated by devices plugged directly into it. Electrical noise on the
mains cables affects the amount of available bandwidth and therefore
it is highly recommended to plug any such electrically noisy devices
(including transformers and mobile phone chargers) directly into the
Powerline Socket because the built in filter will help reduce this
electrical noise which may significantly improve the data transmission
speeds across the Powerline network.
SLEEP MODE
The Powerline Socket automatically goes into sleep mode when there
is no active Ethernet connection. When in sleep mode, the Power light
is a solid red colour. The Powerline Socket automatically wakes up
when the device connected to it via an Ethernet cable is powered up.
HIBERNATION
When not in use for an extended period, a Powerline Socket can be put
into a deep hibernation mode which dramatically reduces its power
consumption. Press and hold the Reset button for more than 10
seconds and the Power light will go a solid red colour. A short press on
the Reset button (R) will exit hibernation. Whenever the Reset button
is pressed, the Powerline Socket will stay awake for at least the next 15
minutes. After the 15 minutes, the Powerline Socket will go to sleep if
there is no active Ethernet connection.
NOTE: It can take a couple of seconds to exit sleep mode and connect to
other Powerline devices. The lights on the front of the Powerline Socket
will show the current status as explained overleaf.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONALITY
The product has a built in 4 port managed switch which provides
Quality of Service (QoS) and advanced networking functionality.
Using the optional PE Management Software (PEMS), you can:
 See the performance of each Powerline Socket (the Device
Password is required to access remote Powerline Sockets).
 Check the number of Powerline Sockets (and other HomePlug
compatible devices) that are visible on the network.
 Change the default Network Password to prevent additional
Powerline Sockets from automatically joining the network.
 If required, the network can be segmented into different networks
by setting different Network Passwords per set of products
(Note: two or more devices must share the same Network
Password in order to create a network.)
Further information can be found in the PE User Manual including tips
and techniques for larger or more complex installations, creating
networks across multiple electrical phases, troubleshooting tips and
details of the optional management software. The PE User Manual can
be downloaded from http://help.powerethernet.com
HOMEPLUG COMPATIBLE
The Powerline Socket is compatible with the HomePlug AV standard. If
there are any other Powerline devices plugged in that are not
HomePlug AV compatible, then they will stop the Powerline network
from working properly. Always unplug Powerline adapters whilst
setting up the Power Ethernet network and test the network is working
correctly before adding Powerline adapters.
TIP: The Network Password can be changed using the software as
described in the PE User Manual. Providing a secure password will
prevent other Powerline Sockets (and HomePlug AV compatible
adapters) from automatically joining the Powerline network.
NEED MORE HELP?
All documentation, software and FAQs can be found online at
http://help.powerethernet.com
NETWORKING EXAMPLE 1:
NETWORKING EXAMPLE 2:
Internet as a stand alone application
Networking throughout the building for multiple applications
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