On 10/02/19 23:23, Tim via users wrote:
It strikes me that there's a call for some sort of
bridging adaptor where a device plugs into all phases and cross-
connects them with a high pass filter (for RF).
And there were other things mentioned that block signals: A UPS
between the mains and a WiFi over powerline device, surge arrestors and
I recall, from perhaps thirty years ago, that there were devices to
couple control signals between the two sides of the main power circuit,
consumer remote control of lights, etc. I able to made do without such
As for what the result will be when I plug in those two ethernet
adapters I wont try to predict, there are too many variables. It looks a
bit like trying to predict the weather, if thus and so is true then
there is a chance the sun will/will not shine ...
I'm just hoping I will find two outlets on the same circuit, the best case.
Some equipment mysteriously stops working at attic temperatures here, I
had a lot of problems with some video cameras in such a location, had to
cut vent holes in the case and add a fan after which they worked for years.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA