I am using the PL600EG and was trying to get the PL1800EG but the stock was out.
Anyway, what you have described above is exactly what I am experiencing. The is also the reason why I thought of changing to the PL1800.
My PL600 pair (one in storeroom and one in study room) works well when it startup. I can get about 120Mbps out of my 200Mbps M1 line. However after a day or so operation, it will drop to 1.25-2Mbps. After I power restarted the Pl600 in my study room, the speed went back to 120Mbps but after an hour or so,it dropped back to 1-2Mbps.
I suspected it may be the heat issue. Will PL1800 solved this problem or anyone else has other solution?
This situation occurs is not related to any over heating. This happens when there is an unknown appliance within the home powerline causes the pair of homeplugs to stop communicating. When this happens, the pair of homeplugs are not synchronised. What you need to do is to pair the homeplugs and secure your entire network to rule out other possibilities.
We don't pin point on the particular problem on the root cause but rather we see on the overall landscape.
PM your contact and a convenient time so that I can schedule an onsite service to your doorsteps.
Our support staff has visited your premises this evening and informed us that your download speed is between 100 mbps to 120 mbps with Sineoji PL600EPG after relocating to a socket in your living hall as the default socket used was unhealthy.
Sineoji 1800 mbps homeplug was also tested at your residence with download speed of 188 mbps and upload speed of 195 mbps based on a 200 mbps fibre broadband.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further assistance.
Sineoji 1800Mbps Gigabit HomePlug AV2 MIMO Standby Mode
Sineoji 1800Mbps Gigabit HomePlug AV2 MIMO is designed with a power saving feature to reduce the consumption of power when your ethernet devices such as your Desktop PC or Notebook goes to sleep mode.
When this happens, the ethernet LED indicator of the PL1800E will goes off while the Power LED and the Data LED indicator is still on. After 10 minutes, the Data LED indicator will be turn off and the Power LED indicator will begin to blink constantly. At this instance, the PL1800E power saving is enabled.
Note : Ensure that when your PC goes on standby mode, the LAN port of your PC must not be active, otherwise, the PL1800E power saving feature will not be enabled as it detects the LAN port of your PC is still active. This can be confirm by checking if there are any light indicators on the LAN port of your PC when it goes on standby mode.
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