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TP-Link Tapo P110 Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) and Google Home £9.99 @ Amazon

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  • Energy Monitoring - Monitor the average power consumption of the load for one hour via the Tapo App
  • Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control
  • Remote Access -Control devices connected to the smart plug wherever you use the free Tapo app on your phone
  • Schedule and Timer - Schedule/Timer the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed
  • Device Sharing - Share management permissions with family members for multiple control
  • Connectivity technology: Wi-Fi Built In

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TP-Link Tapo P110 Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring - Official Website


Protocol: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Wireless Type: 2.4 GHz
System Requirements: Android 4.4 or higher, iOS 9.0 or higher

Dimensions( H X W X D ): 2.0* 2.8* 1.6 in (51*72.0*40 mm)
Materia: PC
Buttons: Power Button, Status LED
Power Requirements: AC 220-240 V~50/60 Hz

Maximum Load: 2990W, 13 A

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    I have this, it was a warranty replacement for a failed Kasa. Works fine but the current power doesn't update unless you go out of the screen and back in. Really frustrating as the Kasa one did - so that you could see the effect of turning things on and off. They said it was on the dev backlog for the app but it's been a few months now.
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    Does the energy monitoring shown include the energy the Tapo uses itself or do I need a monitor to monitor the monitor
    Actually I think it does, if the appliance it's plugged into is off, it does show a tiny current draw, hardly enough to register tho - I like your thinking though
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    What does it mean by "measures 1 hour" ?
    What about the other hours I want to measure?
    I think it monitors continually, so after a short delay you can view actual use as it happens, and see changes when things switch on and off... then it summarises consumption in hourly blocks, since hours are standard units. And you can view history too... very good kit for £10.
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    “Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months”
    ^^^ This ^^^
    I ordered one from this seller last month and they cancelled the order saying that they had issues getting stock.
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    Supported in Home Assistant as well with this integration
    I have the Amazon Basics smart plugs with energy monitoring hooked up using the Tuya integration. My monitor speakers were constantly left on, and I discovered they use 23W when doing absolutely nothing. Considering I only use them for about 20 hours per week, I was wasting about £70 a year having them on. They now turn on/off when the PC turns on/off, using Home Assistant to detect when the PC is on (through a MAC address check).

    I'm now on the hunt for other devices around the house that are burning money!
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    It's showing as £12.48 for me and is now out of stock (can still be ordered)
    They put up the price to 12.48 was £9.99 in the morning (edited)
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    I have 2 of these, very good for what they do and £10 is as low as I have ever seen them, or paid. Thanks heat added.
    REALLY? 3 for 2 at Toolstation.. cold
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    Can this operate in a local mode (even with a firmware flash) or are you dependent on TP-Link keeping the product support and on-line?
    Using mine with home assistant pretty sure its local mode.

    Yet to dig into the code to see if I can do my own to assist with the data flow.

    I think the Google/Alexa integration may be local once up you are supposed to be able to ditch the app.
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    Better than the Kasa ones? The Kasa ones fail on me after a while. It will stay on permanently and can't control them via the app unless I reset it. And then it will fail again after a few months.
    I started with KASA and had nothing but trouble with falling off the network and app, even ones in the same room as the router. Might be better for some, but not for me. No such issues with the cheaper TAPO version for some reason! After complaints to TP-Link they actually swapped my plugs for TAPO, so I can't knock them for that.
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    If anyone can work out how you work out cost from the usage data then please can you share.
    Check your bill/contract to see your cost per kwh though. This won't be so far off
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    Bought one of these and useful to a point - no way of resetting usage stats so moving between applicances to check usage is only so useful ie you have to manually calculate based on change in kwH etc.

    Not a bad tool but prob only worth a tenner and I have stopped using mine after a week and checking the various appliances I was interested in (one thing in taught me is that the standby usage of most modern appliances is so low turning them off and on regularly is probably more costly in damaging the equipment than the small savings in electricity being made.
    Agreed, soft resetting would be very useful to check different appliances.
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    Saying delivery is 2 months now.
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    I found this confusing: "Energy Monitoring - Monitor the average power consumption of the load for one hour via the Tapo App"
    It can only monitor for one hour? Sounds useless.
    That's the app the device has more data but you need something else to use it.
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    I have the P100 and cannot find power consumption figures (or anything related) within the app. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
    The P100 is a timer only, it doesn’t have energy monitoring unfortunately. The P110 (in this deal) comes with monitoring.
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    Anyone know eggcup which automation protocol they use? Is it Tuya like the amazon's being discussed?

    Anyone know eggcup which automation protocol they use?

    supposed to read as

    Anyone know exactly which automation protocol they use?

    Was this due to speech to text, or autocorrect?