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TP-Link Smart WiFi Plug with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa  Google Home and IFTTT £19.98 + £4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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TP-Link Smart WiFi Plug with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Google Home and IFTTT £19.98 + £4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 9th Jul

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Smart Plug - No Hub Required, Control your Devices from Anywhere.

This version also has an energy monitor so you can see how much energy is being used by particular appliances especially useful when on standby!
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  • Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control and IFTTT:
  • No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub or paid subscription service;
  • Remote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Kasa app on your smartphone (Android 4.1 or higher/iOS 8 or higher);
  • Energy Monitoring - Analyse a device's real-time and historical power consumption;
  • Scheduling and Away Mode - Schedule the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off; And turns your devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home.

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5 Comments
These are great. But I have to say after checking the energy usage when we first bought it we haven't bothered since.
Sorry voted cold didnt read the energy monitor part.good deal
Amazon are also selling the Teckin ones with energy monitoring (the square ones) at £36.99 for 4 with £3 off voucher.
John_Atkin09/07/2019 12:52

Sorry voted cold didnt read the energy monitor part.good deal


Apology accepted :-)
bouttime209/07/2019 12:08

These are great. But I have to say after checking the energy usage when we …These are great. But I have to say after checking the energy usage when we first bought it we haven't bothered since.


I think a lot of people will be in the same boat (I might as well!). But in the first instance I have a lot of AV equipment and other stuff around the house that I am curious about in regards to how much power it draws whilst on standby - the best way to find out is with something like this. It'll work well with a multi socket extension cable.
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