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TP-LINK Kasa HS110 V2.1 Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring £19.99 @ Currys

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Posted 11th Jan

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Same as the TP-100 posted earlier except this one provides power monitoring so you can tell how much power your device is using instantly.

If you are handy with programming there are links so you can fretrive power usage into a database for graphical representation, and to keep as history (if you are that interested!!)

Seems to be aroudn thos price at a few places at teh moment but generally it is nearer £30.
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Thanks OP been wanting one of these to monitor the draw of my server
Why is this cold
deleted241043711/01/2020 23:21

Thanks OP been wanting one of these to monitor the draw of my server


Just missed the 3 for £30 offer @ Argos
deleted241043711/01/2020 23:21

Thanks OP been wanting one of these to monitor the draw of my server


Also I would wait they often go for around £13 when on offer
dave.richardsonskV12/01/2020 00:32

Different models


Does the same thing but gives you an energy reading which is totally useless
Have 5 of these now, really useful. Not sure why it's been voted cold tbh
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Dylan_Smith13512/01/2020 00:29

Just missed the 3 for £30 offer @ Argos


They weren't the energy monitor ones
Think i will stick with my 3 for £30 lot i got from Argos.Don't really care about the energy monitoring bit.
How about tapo and telkin
Whilst not small in size, these work reliably and I have 8 of them (3 energy monitoring, 5 normal). The 3 for £30 were standard ones without monitoring, so no idea why people are talking about that in this thread for the HS110 model.

If you use Home Assistant like I do, these also work straight away with that, taking away the need for the cloud reliance.

The TAPO ones use a different app (not KASA) and are cheaper but not energy monitoring.
Actually not a bad price for these - IF you want the energy monitor version.
deleted241043712/01/2020 06:10

They weren't the energy monitor ones



Does the same thing but gives you an energy reading which is totally useless
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stratplayer200112/01/2020 10:55

Whilst not small in size, these work reliably and I have 8 of them (3 …Whilst not small in size, these work reliably and I have 8 of them (3 energy monitoring, 5 normal). The 3 for £30 were standard ones without monitoring, so no idea why people are talking about that in this thread for the HS110 model.If you use Home Assistant like I do, these also work straight away with that, taking away the need for the cloud reliance.The TAPO ones use a different app (not KASA) and are cheaper but not energy monitoring.


How accurate is the energy monitor? I want to measure draw of my server so I can calculate making it off grid solar powered.
deleted241043712/01/2020 12:15

How accurate is the energy monitor? I want to measure draw of my server so …How accurate is the energy monitor? I want to measure draw of my server so I can calculate making it off grid solar powered.


Exactly is it worth buying it or smart meter sufficient
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dave.richardsonskV12/01/2020 12:19

Exactly is it worth buying it or smart meter sufficient


Smart meter only tells me the entire house, I want to know a specific device.
Plan is all IT equipment will be off grid solar powered but need to accurately know the consumption first.
Dylan_Smith13512/01/2020 12:01

Does the same thing but gives you an energy reading which is totally …Does the same thing but gives you an energy reading which is totally useless


Totally useless for you.
deleted241043712/01/2020 12:15

How accurate is the energy monitor? I want to measure draw of my server so …How accurate is the energy monitor? I want to measure draw of my server so I can calculate making it off grid solar powered.



I used it with a 60W light bulb to measure, then a 40W (it was +/- 3% roughly)
Anyone know what 'v2.1' means? What's new over the older HS110s?
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