> Le 3 sept. 2019 à 14:39, Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> At 9/2/2019 10:45 PM, Philippe wrote:
>>> Le 2 sept. 2019 Ã 22:51, Mike Gordon via olympus
>>> <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a Ã©crit :
>>> <<Weâve been using this Devolo system for two years now, and are
>>> perfectly happy
>>> <<with it (stable, reliable, and fast).
>>> Thanks for thinking about this, Philippe. I was hoping to avoid a complete
>>> redo of all devices hooked to to wifi due to time constraints. I stumbled
>>> into a brand new relatively inexpensive Mesh extender.
>> Price apart, I was told when I selected ours, that those you plug into the
>> mains may trigger unwanted side-effects on, say, your washing machine,
>> stereo-set, or outdoors lighting. I donât know why nor how (corrupt
>> Thatâs why I chose the devolo system. I simply had to give the local wifi
>> network a name, and all my wi-fi appliances saw it. It was then just a
>> matter of entering the password I had settled for, once for all on each, and
>> it was done. Seamless wi-fi mobility on the premises :-) Same applies to
>> guests, easy as pie.
> Sounds like one with a bad switching regulator so likely very model
> dependent. There is nothing inherent in WiFi itself that would cause problems.
WI-FI no. But using the mains to extend the internet signal to another room or
building is what I was told might be hazardous.
> If you have X10 smart products in you home, just about anything on the power
> line can disrupt that. Especially if the regulator in the device uses
> toroidal filter cooils, which most do.
That may be what my technician was referring to. Thanks.
OTT, my own "X10" is a fuji camera ;-) Pocketable, and cool.
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