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Kasa Smart WiFi PowerStrip TP-Link,3 outlets+2 USB Ports, Works with Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) and Google Home for £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Kasa Smart WiFi PowerStrip TP-Link,3 outlets+2 USB Ports, Works with Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) and Google Home for £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Product Description
3402305.jpgControl electronics from anywhere using your phone with the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip. With 3 smart outlets that can be separately managed and 2 always-on USB ports, the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip meets your diverse needs. You can turn devices on/off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app. With surge protection, it can shield sensitive electronics and appliances from sudden power surges and spikes. Add voice control to any electronic device by pairing with Alexa and Google Assistant.
Remote Control Timer Plug, No Hub Required(KP303)
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Multiple Smart Control - 3 smart outlets can be separately managed and 2 always-on USB ports;
3402305.jpgSurge Protection - Shields sensitive electronics and appliances from sudden power surges and spikes;
3402305.jpgCompatibility - Works with Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control
3402305.jpgRemote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Kasa app on your phone;
3402305.jpgSchedule and Timer - Schedule/Timer the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed.3402305.jpg
Specification
COMMUNICATION

  • Wi-Fi Protocol IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Wi-Fi Frequency 2.4 GHz
  • Kasa App System Requirement Secured home Wi-Fi connection required
  • Wi-Fi Requirements iOS 10 or Android 5.0 or higher
HARDWARE
  • Product Dimensions (W x D x H) 10.2 x 2.5 x 1.5 in (260 x 63.4 x 38.6 mm)
  • Packaging Dimensions (W x D x H)13.8 x 3.7 x 1.9 in (350 x 95 x 48 mm)
  • Product Weight 1.08 lb (0.49 kg)
  • Ports 2 USB ports
  • Buttons 3 On/Off Buttons for the 3 Outlets
  • Plug typeType G
GENERAL
  • General Features 3 smart outlets/Built-in Surge protector/ 2 USB ports/ Connects to a secure 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Certification CE, ROHS
  • Package Contents (1) Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip, 3-Outlets (1) Quick Start Guide
  • Environment Indoors only
  • Operating Temperature 0ºC ~ 40ºC (32° F ~ 104° F )
  • Operating Humidity10%~90% RH, Non-condensing
  • Warranty Description 2-Year Limited Warranty
WORKING STATUS
  • Input 220-250 V~, 50/60 Hz, 13 A
  • Output Max Total Loading 13 A
  • Clamping Voltage 1.30 kV (L-N)
  • USB 5 V⎓2.4 A Each & Total
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Cool item, very over priced
zcaprd706/02/2020 21:43

You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning …You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning alarm, and your toaster... Very Wallace and grommit


The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are 'dumb' enough to start operating when mains power is applied, without needing buttons to be pressed or knobs to be twiddled.
Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So that leaves lamps, or lamps, or maybe an older radio, or lamps.
Would it not be cheaper to buy the ifttt wall plugs and use a cheap adapter? Not as sleek granted but same thing?
Edited by: "kg1986" 6th Feb
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Cool item, very over priced
Dam paid more than that just over a week ago.

Good product that works really well.Easy to connect.
UberPark06/02/2020 20:40

Cool item, very over priced


£20 i feel and they would be amazing value.Stick the word smart on it and inflate the cost.That said i like that any size plug can be use and still have smart function.
Wish it was a bit cheaper
Shame about the lack of HomeKit support
Would it not be cheaper to buy the ifttt wall plugs and use a cheap adapter? Not as sleek granted but same thing?
Edited by: "kg1986" 6th Feb
I guess it makes sense to have one of these instead of 3 smart plugs. If you're planning to have your devices all in one place. What I like the most is it gives you all the technical specs but does not tell you how long the wire is. Suddenly this is an irrelevant aspect. Unless I'm blind, I've already missed very clear info at a Karcher posted earlier, if the length is specified here, I'm going to Spectsavers tomorrow . Voted hot, cheaper than 3 branded plugs, but not much cheaper, probably £20 will be a fair price.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 6th Feb
jake_mike06/02/2020 20:44

Shame about the lack of HomeKit support


They had announced HomeKit support coming on one of the smaller plugs and then reversed that decision.

I got to frustrated with Kasa often dropping out from Alexa but working in the app so have ditched them and gone Ikea tradfri. Wish I had sooner.
Just checking I’ve got it correct, can you individually switch on and off each individual plug with google home?
sheffield78806/02/2020 20:47

I guess it makes sense to have one of these instead of 3 smart plugs. If …I guess it makes sense to have one of these instead of 3 smart plugs. If you're planning to have your devices all in one place. What I like the most is it gives you all the technical specs but does not tell you how long the wire is. Suddenly this is an irrelevant aspect. Unless I'm blind, I've already missed very clear info at a Karcher posted earlier, if the length is specified here, I'm going to Spectsavers tomorrow . Voted hot, cheaper than 3 branded plugs, but not much cheaper, probably £20 will be a fair price.


Says 2 Meters mate
Marc_Smithhkc06/02/2020 21:00

Says 2 Meters mate


Only joking btw ha I liked the idea of you scrambling back to the link to read again
It is cheaper than 3 Kasa plugs!
Amazon has various examples of this type of product, mostly under 'unfamiliar' names, and with fewer different products than the number of names! Not spotted one of those under £20 yet. Good to see a reputable product at a reasonable price.

Worth remembering that here the TOTAL load is being borne by the single 13 amp socket this is plugged into, so it wouldn't be smart to connect a kettle (or other high load device) to each socket and have them all turned on at the same time!
ecsrobin06/02/2020 20:58

.. I got to frustrated with Kasa often dropping out from Alexa but working ….. I got to frustrated with Kasa often dropping out from Alexa but working in the app so have ditched them and gone Ikea tradfri. Wish I had sooner.


Kasa plugs rock solid with Google ... for me at least!
wdh06/02/2020 21:06

Kasa plugs rock solid with Google ... for me at least!


My worst offender was a series 1 firmware plug which is common for drop outs apparently. The newer plugs were more stable but not rock solid.
BARKMAN06/02/2020 20:59

... can you individually switch on and off each individual plug with …... can you individually switch on and off each individual plug with google home?


Yup. That's the general idea ... (but the usb chargers are 'always on').
Edited by: "wdh" 6th Feb
wdh06/02/2020 21:04

It is cheaper than 3 Kasa plugs! Amazon has various examples of this type …It is cheaper than 3 Kasa plugs! Amazon has various examples of this type of product, mostly under 'unfamiliar' names, and with fewer different products than the number of names! Not spotted one of those under £20 yet. Good to see a reputable product at a reasonable price. Worth remembering that here the TOTAL load is being borne by the single 13 amp socket this is plugged into, so it wouldn't be smart to connect a kettle (or other high load device) to each socket and have them all turned on at the same time!


Are you going to programme a teasmaid?
zcaprd706/02/2020 21:36

Are you going to programme a teasmaid?


???
Actually, a club that I am a member of refuses to pay out for an appropriate-size tea urn ...
wdh06/02/2020 21:42

??? Actually, a club that I am a member of refuses to pay out for an …??? Actually, a club that I am a member of refuses to pay out for an appropriate-size tea urn ...


You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning alarm, and your toaster... Very Wallace and grommit
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 6th Feb
zcaprd706/02/2020 21:43

You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning …You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning alarm, and your toaster... Very Wallace and grommit


The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are 'dumb' enough to start operating when mains power is applied, without needing buttons to be pressed or knobs to be twiddled.
wdh06/02/2020 21:48

The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are …The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are 'dumb' enough to start operating when mains power is applied, without needing buttons to be pressed or knobs to be twiddled.


Yes, bits of cellotape over switches is a bit dodgy...
Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So that leaves lamps, or lamps, or maybe an older radio, or lamps.
Mikeonfreeserve06/02/2020 22:00

Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So …Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So that leaves lamps, or lamps, or maybe an older radio, or lamps.


Or heaters. Or lamps. Although see previous comments about 13 amps and kettles.
wdh06/02/2020 21:48

The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are …The difficulty with that sort of thing lies in finding appliances that are 'dumb' enough to start operating when mains power is applied, without needing buttons to be pressed or knobs to be twiddled.


Look for something called a fingerbot it's a WiFi/Bluetooth smart "finger" which physically presses buttons for you
I've got 3 of these but Meross brand. Work very well. 2 with usb's, one without. The one without usb's has four plugs instead of 3 which is more handy as I don't really use the USB's. If I'm not home before dark I can shout 'hey google' in my car and turn on 2 lamps in the living room. Love smart plugs.
Do these work with home assistant?
UltraMagnus06/02/2020 23:29

Do these work with home assistant?


Don't know for sure but the bog standard Kasa plugs and bulbs do so I would be surprised if they did not.
jake_mike06/02/2020 20:44

Shame about the lack of HomeKit support


Albeit there is no direct support, HomeKIt works via HomaBridge. I use Siri to turn on/off my Kasa smart plugs.
Just plug a 4 gang extension into a single Kasa plug, works for me
JMcbride706/02/2020 22:31

Look for something called a fingerbot it's a WiFi/Bluetooth smart "finger" …Look for something called a fingerbot it's a WiFi/Bluetooth smart "finger" which physically presses buttons for you


Interesting concept. Not pretty though and a shame it needs a separate hub to work through IFTTT. Don't think it will work with touch lamps either (which is one of my issues with a smart plug).
Does it fast charge phones, this would be perfect
so this isnt a power-line type system (carry wired network)?
chris.rouse07/02/2020 07:12

Just plug a 4 gang extension into a single Kasa plug, works for me


I have done that, but on this, all sockets are individually controlled. So effectively 3 smart plugs, which can be set up to different routines ect.
Gillykid06/02/2020 22:30

Or heaters. Or lamps. Although see previous comments about 13 amps and …Or heaters. Or lamps. Although see previous comments about 13 amps and kettles.


Yes, that's all I've managed to do, lamps at different times to (hopefully) put off burglars, and an oil filled radiator in the kitchen for the early morning to take the chill off, without turning the whole central heating system on.

How about a fail safe to turn off TVs etc on standby at say 2am, and perhaps a phone charging station that comes on early morning for an hour or so , so your phone isn't plugged in all night, charging?
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 7th Feb
Mikeonfreeserve06/02/2020 22:00

Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So …Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So that leaves lamps, or lamps, or maybe an older radio, or lamps.


fans, slow cooker, air filters, dehumidifiers, smart pc/box that you might want to reboot remotely.. i dont have any lamps on mine
chris.rouse07/02/2020 07:12

Just plug a 4 gang extension into a single Kasa plug, works for me


This allows you to control the 3 outlets individually
Mikeonfreeserve06/02/2020 22:00

Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So …Hint: if it's got 'stand by' mode, it won't work with a smart plug. So that leaves lamps, or lamps, or maybe an older radio, or lamps.


Sandwich toaster from Asda for £6 will do dhe job, but make sure you leave the sandwich for all night in it or just find someone who will do a tasty breakfast for you.
Most new devices don’t work and trigger the power
zcaprd706/02/2020 21:43

You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning …You could programme the kettle to come on 2 minutes before your morning alarm, and your toaster... Very Wallace and grommit


Never ever connect a smart device to a potential fire hazard appliance, like a toaster, kettle, oven etc.
Dgkrs07/02/2020 07:49

Does it fast charge phones, this would be perfect


Could be wrong but I don't think so. These regular 2.4A ports aren't very useful these days.
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