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10 AMP maximum...
Typical maximum UL allowance for household appliances is 12A. This is low, but it it isn't excessively low. Just be aware that this won't run your vacuum cleaner or blender.

UL Listed????
Yes, according to their Amazon listing
https://www.amazon.com/ISELECTOR-...B077TJHHBS

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$36??? Where did you get google Home & portable google assistant from? Please share the deal details... thanks
25$ bestbuy insignia bluetooth speaker has google assistant and microphones. so it works like a home.

Speaker Deal is dead Frown might show up again before BF though
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These are just esp-12f based (esp8266) and can be flashed with tasmota or other firmware in case you have trust issues with "the cloud' or have special needs such as wanting MQTT.
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These are just esp-12f based (esp8266) and can be flashed with tasmota or other firmware in case you have trust issues with "the cloud' or have special needs such as wanting MQTT.
any link which has steps to open and flash these puppies with tasmota etc ?
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25$ bestbuy insignia bluetooth speaker has google assistant and microphones. so it works like a home.

Speaker Deal is dead Frown might show up again before BF though
Thanks
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Thanks...got this one...my heater is 12.5 A
10A max. But don't worry, your house will be plenty warm when it burns down. EEK!
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I'm not getting the 3-pack for $16- it's only dropping the price to$25. Oh, some kind soul please help. Smilie
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any link which has steps to open and flash these puppies with tasmota etc ?
I haven't seen any tutorials for this. But let me tell you, it's a pain in the ass to get them to open cleanly. You must pry them open slowly and then you are at the mercy of the Chinese factory for the rest because there is no way to tell which version you get without partly opening its side.

These have 2 different hardware versions under the same model and everything. One version has a TYWE2S chip, this is the worst to flash. The pins are at the bottom of the board and you have to either desolder the plug or heat the plastic and bend it enough to reach them. Also the GPIO 0 needed to put it in flash mode is a small and very fragile copper pad, you can easily pull it off the chip.

The better version is the TYWE3S, you just need to pry the case open and all the pins are easily accessible, its pretty much a ESP8266 on its side.
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Got the 2. One worked fine but the 2nd one was DOA. Seller is unresponsive. Returning it back to Amazon.
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Got the 2. One worked fine but the 2nd one was DOA. Seller is unresponsive. Returning it back to Amazon.
same here
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When using this with Google Home, what is the delay time? I intend to plug in a lamp to it and am wondering if its relatively quick like say a Philips Hue bulb or does it take a few seconds?
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When using this with Google Home, what is the delay time? I intend to plug in a lamp to it and am wondering if its relatively quick like say a Philips Hue bulb or does it take a few seconds?
I have a similar BESTEK brand WiFi plug, and am going to order these again. It's pretty much instant, maybe 0.5 seconds? Lights are always on before google home verbally acknowledges my request.
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Got a 3 pack a couple of weeks ago and so far they have been working flawlessly. I used the Smartlife app instead of the app they recommend. I was apprehensive at first but it grew on me once i added a couple of smart dimmers into the mix. Great for the price!
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Speaker Deal is dead Frown might show up again before BF though
Definitely, BB have tons of those speakers and were giving them away around last BF with small purchases.
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I had one connection to a 100watt vintage amp and my air conditioner lmao. It lasted a few months before it blew. I paid $15 for 3
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In for one. Thanks OP!
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