On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 7:00 AM, Tim . <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Powerline Ethernet" The write up says "Consumes only 0.5 watts of power in
> stand-by mode." Wonder how high this goes under high usage.
The one I watched with a meter used about 2 watts averaged out over a
few days. I didn't watch for power use under load, though.
But I really
> wonder is how this would do in an old house that still have knob and tube in
> some spots..... tim
There's no reason they wouldn't work. They work by putting a number
of high frequency carriers on the cable, which should be passed fine
by any safe electrical wiring. They won't make it across a
Assuming the OPs shop and house share a meter, it would be on my list
ahead of digging a trench. So would a point-to-point wireless setup.