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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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Got these last time, work great but can't get them to work as On/Off button on IFTT but rather separate On and Off buttons (on Smart Life Applet) which is annoying, anyone know a workaround?
My turnaround to use one button remote to toggle wifi switch is to create four applets. Two were used to sync a relay (e.g. a simulated bulb) status to wifi switch, while the other two to sync the wifi switch status back to relay. Pushing the remote button will toggle the relay which subsequently trigger the switch and vice versa. If you are using toggle switch, you might not even need simulated relay.
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bought it from previous amazon.com deal. easy to setup with Smart Life app by Tuya. When I connect, it say it needs 2.4GHz wifi, I ignore and click connect it anyway - it connect without issue. I then use it to control box fan via Google Home, works great.
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All mine keep blowing out 🙄 I have a heater attached to mine
Max 1100w
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shipping is waived after the final phase of payment (Paypal)
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wish the deal with the usb port would come back!
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All mine keep blowing out 🙄 I have a heater attached to mine
It only support 10 amps. Heater use 15 amps. Fire hazard do not plug heater in it
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I have a bunch of these, and, so far they work great. The model I have is the SM-PW702, which is UL Listed (5489132) [ul.com].
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It seems most of Chinese cheap smart plug uses Jinvoo app or Smart life App.
I believe they are identical apps but Smart life is little more reliable.

Time to time Smart life making you, re login to the app.
When they become sign off by automatically, all your plug also become not found.

They also become unresponsive very often on Amazon Alexa .
If you can handle this problem, buy it! It's cheap.
Just got a pair of these yesterday and they are always unresponsive when trying control them with Alexa. I have to use the smart life app to turn them on and off. Going to return them if I can't get them to work right with Alexa,
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Your running a heater off a 10 amp switch?

Buy this [amazon.com].

You need a 16 amp for heavy duty appliances like a heater or air conditioner. Even large CFL have a huge inrush current and blow out the relays in these cheap 10 amp switches.
Thank you, just bought!!
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This is good. I bought these couple weeks ago. Added them through smartlife app. Imported the devices in google home through its interaction with smartlife. Bought a 25$ insignia portable google assistant and now i can ask google to turn lights on and off in my living room and bed room.

36$ to get started with a smart home is not bad imo
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Thank you, just bought!!
Thanks...got this one...my heater is 12.5 A
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Just got a pair of these yesterday and they are always unresponsive when trying control them with Alexa. I have to use the smart life app to turn them on and off. Going to return them if I can't get them to work right with Alexa,
Try google assistant
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Try google assistant
Does that work with Echos?
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I wish the TP-Link HS105 mini would go on sale again. The Kasa app is great.
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This is good. I bought these couple weeks ago. Added them through smartlife app. Imported the devices in google home through its interaction with smartlife. Bought a 25$ insignia portable google assistant and now i can ask google to turn lights on and off in my living room and bed room.

36$ to get started with a smart home is not bad imo
$36??? Where did you get google Home & portable google assistant from? Please share the deal details... thanks
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