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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.

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

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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?
Instantaneous. I would say on par with the hue.
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Whats the shipping estimate on these?
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Got me one during the last FP. Have it hooked up to a lamp in Living Room on a timer. Seems good so far.
The app is pretty good for a company previously unheard of. Works well with alexa as well.
No complaints.
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I am plan on using these to control Christmas lights. Anyone knows if I can set a timer on the outlet?
Thanks,
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All mine keep blowing out 🙄 I have a heater attached to mine
I use iDevices with my 1500watt radiator heaters and they worked great last winter.
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Bought some from the last deal and even got 4 extra free. Easy setup and use with the smartlife app.
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Got me one during the last FP. Have it hooked up to a lamp in Living Room on a timer. Seems good so far.
The app is pretty good for a company previously unheard of. Works well with alexa as well.
No complaints.
You're not using Jinvoo are you?
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You're not using Jinvoo are you?
yes.. anything wrong with it?
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I bought the 4-pack for 20 a few weeks ago. Had to return them because they're so unreliable. Worked well for a few days but then the app becomes unresponsive and is always encountering "server issues"
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yes.. anything wrong with it?
Yeah , there is alot of info on why not to if you Google Jinvoo.

But mainly you're giving some random Chinese person control over your entire network including passwords.

It also asks for permission to things it shouldn't like gallery, contacts, phone, messages. .

I would delete and use the Smartlife app.

That app is also really nice and easy to use and dont have to sacrifice your privacy.
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Yeah , there is alot of info on why not to if you Google Jinvoo.

But mainly you're giving some random Chinese person control over your entire network including passwords.

It also asks for permission to things it shouldn't like gallery, contacts, phone, messages. .

I would delete and use the Smartlife app.

That app is also really nice and easy to use and dont have to sacrifice your privacy.
thanks.. I was a bit skeptical at first but ended up installing it anyway.
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I bought the 4-pack for 20 a few weeks ago. Had to return them because they're so unreliable. Worked well for a few days but then the app becomes unresponsive and is always encountering "server issues"
Using jinvoo that's why
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I am plan on using these to control Christmas lights. Anyone knows if I can set a timer on the outlet?
Thanks,
You'll be able to set a schedule on the Smartlife app.
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I suggest you hard reset a spare smartphone and then use it to only connect to your home guest wifi then install the app to set up your account.

one that is done, you can add them to google home or alexa to control them.
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Is the seller legit? Anyone got it through them?
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