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Walmart.com has WorkChoice 3-Outlet Wi-Fi Indoor Switch (RC-032W) on sale for $9.99. Select in-store pickup where available to save on shipping, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks mildewman

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This can work with Alexa for voice control of electrical devices and be set to your desired schedule in order to turn on or off any items that are plugged in. It uses your Wi-Fi connection and a device with the Eco plug app installed, to allow you to conveniently manipulate one outlet, while the other two are continuously fed power. It requires the use of a wireless router and iOS 7 or Android 4.0 or higher to function properly. Refer to the forum thread for discussion. 

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WalMart has the WorkChoice 3 OI WiFi Indoor switch available online for $9.99 with free in store pickup. This is a rebadged EcoPlugs timer so it uses that app and is Alexa compatible.

While this unit has three plugs, two are always on. Only one is on the timer.

This seems to be a good deal if you missed out on the EcoPlugs deals from earlier this year and can use an indoor wifi timer.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/WorkCh...MbFtEXm348
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Any idea if it's Google home compatible?
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Any idea if it's Google home compatible?
I am not sure, but doubt it as other EcoPlugs are not.
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The app allows you to set an on/off time with option to add a random +/- 30minutes. Also since you supply it a zip code when setting it up, you can have things go on/off at sunset/sunrise with a variable amount of offset for either/both times. Plus a number of other timing options.

Off topic: I use one of these indoor models outside because the outdoor version that I have of same brand does not have the power consumption feature so I could not see if it was still on or not. Since it controls a heat bulb, until I get a temperature monitor I want to know that power is still being pulled and that the bulb hasn't shaken loose (for whatever reason it does so often). Anyone know a good/cheap temperature wifi monitor? I just found out about clime monitors but it seems they may never have gone into production.
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The app allows you to set an on/off time with option to add a random +/- 30minutes. Also since you supply it a zip code when setting it up, you can have things go on/off at sunset/sunrise with a variable amount of offset for either/both times. Plus a number of other timing options.

Off topic: I use one of these indoor models outside because the outdoor version that I have of same brand does not have the power consumption feature so I could not see if it was still on or not. Since it controls a heat bulb, until I get a temperature monitor I want to know that power is still being pulled and that the bulb hasn't shaken loose (for whatever reason it does so often). Anyone know a good/cheap temperature wifi monitor? I just found out about clime monitors but it seems they may never have gone into production.
The timing features you mention are actually the main reason I like timers like this. The Astronomic feature means I never have to change the timer to keep it near sunrise / sunset times. But with there being so many options, all on my phone, changing the times is fast and easy, much better than the old moving pins around....

I also like that they are more precise than the old pin style timers. It is nice with the front landscape timer and the holiday lights. I have the holiday lights set to go off at 11 PM and the normal front landscapes set to go on at the same time. The holiday lights go off and literally within a second the normal front landscapes come on....

EDIT: I want to clarify that I am referring to a different, OUTDOOR, timer that uses the ecopligs app. The one in this deal is an INDOOR unit.
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Would this one work good outside?
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Would this one work good outside?
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It's too bad I can't control these with my Vera
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It is Alexa compatible but does it require a hub to work?
Edit: It appears that it does not require any type of hub to work with your echo. It looks like it just requires it to be on the same wireless network.
https://smedia3.webcollage.net/72...cation/pdf
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Thanks, been looking for a non hub energy consumption monitor for a heat lamp, just like someone else above.
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In for 2 with my thanks. This exceeds your typical smart outlet with the "always active" extra twin outlets. Just remember not to exceed its load capacity on the TOTAL power draw.
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In for 2 with my thanks. This exceeds your typical smart outlet with the "always active" extra twin outlets. Just remember not to exceed its load capacity on the TOTAL power draw.
https://www.amazon.com/ECO-PLUGS-...B0716C299L
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Any custom device handler for this to work with smartthings?
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