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Posted 28th Jun

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Decent price for this TP Link smart plug with energy monitoring. Other places this retails at £24.99 (Amazon £19.99 for Prime members)

TP-Link Smart WiFi Plug with Energy Monitoring (HS110), Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Home (No Hub Required) £18.44 w/code @ My Memory

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Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you have Internet using the free Kasa app on your smartphone.
  • Scheduling - Schedule the Smart Plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed.
  • Energy Monitoring - Analyze a devices real-time and historical power consumption.
  • Away Mode - Turns your devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home.
  • Voice Control - Pair to Amazon Alexa or The Google Assistant to enable voice control
Manage Your Home Electronics and Appliances Anytime, Anywhere
The smart plug is easy to set up, and make it even easier to manage your household electronic devices anywhere in the world with a tap of your smartphone.

You’re Always Home
Add an extra layer of security with Away Mode. Connected devices will randomly turn on and off throughout the day to make it look like you’re home.

Modern, Elegant, Simple
Inspired by a modern sensibility, the smart plug's design is both simple and elegant, allowing it to blend seamlessly with existing decor.

Conserve and Save
Efficiently conserve energy while using the smart plug to control your kettles and fans. The smart plug tracks your device’s power consumption in real-time, and has weekly and monthly summaries.

Never Leave Things Running
The smart plug gives you a peace of mind with the count down timer feature, which automatically switches off the running household appliances (clothes iron and curling iron) if you have set a time limit before.

Specifications
  • Protocol: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Wireless Type: 2.4GHz, 1T1R
  • System Requirements: Android 4.1 or higher, iOS 9.0 or higher
  • Package Contents: Smart Plug HS110, Quick Start Guide
  • Operating Temperature: 0 ºC ~ 40 ºC (32°F ~ 104°F)
  • Operating Humidity: 5%~90%RH, Non-condensing
  • Dimensions: ( H X W X D )3.9 x 2.6 x 3 in. ( 100.3 x 66.3 x 77 mm )
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Nice one @Smash77
Quite often cheaper than this on amazon
asl979128/06/2019 12:02

Quite often cheaper than this on amazon


Not with energy monitoring, lowest at Amazon £19.98 till date.

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Edited by: "Smash77" 28th Jun
Smash7728/06/2019 12:05

Not with energy monitoring, lowest at Amazon £19.98 till date.[Image]


Apologies. 🏻
These are great but boy they are big! Wish they would release a smaller version which isnt as bulky
daern28/06/2019 13:03

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Was going to order these until i read they are 10a rather than teh TP link which are 13a
maxamus00728/06/2019 15:01

Was going to order these until i read they are 10a rather than teh TP link …Was going to order these until i read they are 10a rather than teh TP link which are 13a


In fact, they are 16A. They even say in the Amazon listing title :-)
daern28/06/2019 15:10

In fact, they are 16A. They even say in the Amazon listing title :-)


Sorry I was referring to the round version of those
maxamus00728/06/2019 15:39

Sorry I was referring to the round version of those


No problem. Also worth mentioning that the round ones don't support power consumption data either, or switch status queries (I think). Stick with the square ones - they're better all round.
daern28/06/2019 15:45

switch status queries (I think).


What is that?
maxamus00728/06/2019 15:47

What is that?


On the app, with the round switches, you can't see the current state of the switch until you click through to it, where the other ones you can actually see the current state just by looking on the front page of the app. No idea why, but it's only the round ones where this happens. Square ones work fine.
Edited by: "daern" 28th Jun
I still need to figure out how pistons work to notify me when the power drops below a threshold (so I know when the dryer has finished)
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