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ISelector 10 Amp Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug: 3-Pack $16, 2-Pack

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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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Nub q here. What are some uses for this? Thanks.
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Using jinvoo that's why
Is there an alternative to using Jinvoo? At first I thought Alexa was messing up so I tried Google Assistant. Then I went directly to the app and it still wasn't working.
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Is there an alternative to using Jinvoo? At first I thought Alexa was messing up so I tried Google Assistant. Then I went directly to the app and it still wasn't working.
Yes the Smartlife app. It's pretty sweet
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Is there an alternative to using Jinvoo? At first I thought Alexa was messing up so I tried Google Assistant. Then I went directly to the app and it still wasn't working.
I used BESTEK HOME app.
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Yes the Smartlife app. It's pretty sweet
The instructions that came with the hardware didn't list that as an option... I guess I can try it again
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The instructions that came with the hardware didn't list that as an option... I guess I can try it again
It works fine. I have the plugs
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Well if you don't care about network security and don't mind having your home network compromised as well as your personal information, knock yourself out. Personally I would stick with legit reputable smart devices. These iffy Chinese dime a dozens are exactly what they are.
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Well if you don't care about network security and don't mind having your home network compromised as well as your personal information, knock yourself out. Personally I would stick with legit reputable smart devices. These iffy Chinese dime a dozens are exactly what they are.
You can flash them to something that only works locally like Tasmota. That is probably the best thing to do with any wifi smart device regardless of brand anyways.

This particular plug I wouldn't recommend for that. Simply because you either get the easy to flash version or the nearly impossible to flash version
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I bought this about 6months ago. The timers no longer seem to work for setting lamps to turn on & off at certain hours. I am using the jinvoo app but according to some can try using smartlife app which is more reliable. Ive messaged the company but get no response. Still works great for manual remote control.
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Any idea when will you get this? Ordered days ago and they haven't shipped yet
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Good deal.Easy to install.
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Finally figured out unresponsive plug problem.
Those of you who has this problem please reset plug again
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1. Reset plug again, by press and hold until blink on switch
2. Open smart life app.
3. Click + sign to add, using 2.4Ghz.
4. Once its found and registered, wait for Amazon alexa app to add automatically.
5. Your phone says Alexa found new smart device, (Do not add devices again on Alexa app)
6. Let Alexa add to plugs list and find your server. Takes no more than 10 mins.

7. Do not use Iselector plug for your 1500 watts Heater. It keep getting blow out.
(Use your legit plug such as TP-link HS 110 for heater)
8. When you name your plug, make simple one word.
If you can, don't use abbreviation.
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Bought one of these from another company (identical plug).

Hooked to Google Home and works great for lamps and such.
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Well if you don't care about network security and don't mind having your home network compromised as well as your personal information, knock yourself out. Personally I would stick with legit reputable smart devices. These iffy Chinese dime a dozens are exactly what they are.
Or just set them up to a guest network that restricts access to your network?
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Finally figured out unresponsive plug problem.
7. Do not use Iselector plug for your 1500 watts Heater. It keep getting blow out.
(Use your legit plug such as TP-link HS 110 for heater)
Maybe will save someone else blowing theirs. I bought 2 2-packs last Christmas. Used one on the Christmas tree lights, worked beautifully. I hooked the other to my small space heater in the bathroom, thinking I'd warm it up from my phone before taking a shower. Plugged it in, set it up, then as soon as the Heater would turn on, it would turn right back off. I then tried the plug on something like a lamp, which would use very little Amperage and Watts, and even with the lamp it would only stay on for a split second. At the time I thought I just had a bad unit.

Flash forward to now, just last week I plugged one of my additional plugs I never used into that same heater (not knowing this was a problem) and same thing happened, flashed on and off, and now the plug is dead. I have another one thats only ever been plugged into a room fan and it works fine. Wish I didn't blow 2 of these before I learned this.
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