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41% OFF TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant $29.99 + FREE S/H via Amazon

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41% OFF TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant $29.99 + FREE S/H via Amazon

From $51.07 to $29.99


https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Re...01EZV35QU/
  • Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control. Remote Access: Control devices connected to the Smart Switch wherever you have Internet using the free Kasa app on your smartphone
  • Wireless Type: 2.4GHz, 1T1R. System Requirements: Android 4.1 or higher, iOS 9.0 or higher
  • Turn electronics on or off from anywhere with your tablet or smartphone using the free Kasa app (Compatible w/ Android 4.1 or higher & iOS8 or higher)
  • Use Away-Mode to turn devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home while you are away
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Nice deal. I found the price has been dropping constantly in last two months.
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Nice deal. I found the price has been dropping constantly in last two months.
Thank you, I just started posting on here. Your support means a lot hug
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Thank you, I just started posting on here. Your support means a lot hug
welcome! I am new too, just month older than you lol.
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Hoping these will drop to $20 soon.
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Hoping these will drop to $20 soon.
Hahaha, Hopefully it does. If it does I will let you know woot
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They have been going for 25$ on Frys very frequently. It needs a neutral wire, so buyers beware of your wiring.
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Waiting for a wifi dimmer instead of a on/off.
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Wish you could interface these with Smartthings. Kills it for me personally but these are sweet looking.
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I'm pretty sure this was $25 Monday. I was so tempted but have a few WeMo outlets and would like to stay within brand if possible and feasible.
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Would these work with Cortana speakers as well?
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Requires neutral?
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Requires neutral?
Some older houses only have two wires coming into the light switch junction box. You need three wires for this to work. The extra wire should be white and is called a neutral wire. The black wire is the hot wire and the copper wire is the ground. Hope this helps.
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Some older houses only have two wires coming into the light switch junction box. You need three wires for this to work. The extra wire should be white and is called a neutral wire. The black wire is the hot wire and the copper wire is the ground. Hope this helps.
To clarify further. Some older homes might have even three wires with coming into the light switch junction box but still no neutral. e.g. You have single Romex wire entering the box. There is a ground wire, usually screwed to a terminal in a metal junction box. The black and white wires are attached to screw terminals of your plain old switch. This is not the same as have a "neutral" wire and will not be sufficient for this device.

What you should look for is two white leads tied together with a wire nut, while two black wires are connected to the plain old light switch terminals and a ground wire (either green or bare copper) is also present. (The ground wire may not be required but if you don't have one, it's probably a good idea to upgrade your wiring anyway.)

On other thing to consider: this HS200 is bulky, (I don't know that any other model is better.) and may be difficult to fit in an older shallow box.
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Will it dim the lights too ?
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