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2-Pack TP-Link HS103P2 WiFi Smart Plug Lite EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has 2-Pack TP-Link HS103P2 WiFi Smart Plug Lite on sale for $34.99 - Extra 34% Off Coupon found on product page = $22.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Remotely turn off/on two devices w/ WiFi connectivity. Does not require a hub and works w/ Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana. Offer valid while promotion last.

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10 Amp on this HS103 vs. 15 Amp on the HS105 is the difference.
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Good deal. Deal of compact version is hard to find
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10 Amp on this HS103 vs. 15 Amp on the HS105 is the difference.
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10 Amp on this HS103 vs. 15 Amp on the HS105 is the difference.
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10 Amp on this HS103 vs. 15 Amp on the HS105 is the difference.
That explains why the low price. The HS105 is harder to find cheap.
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That explains why the low price. The HS105 is harder to find cheap.
10 amp is just fine for any light. Now I would not recommend plugging in an appliance to it. IE heater or coffee maker.
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Does this include energy monitoring?
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Great deal. The Amazon Treasure truck had these for $21. Wasn't able to pick some up. Didn't think I would see that deal again, or anything close. Picking some up. I like them because you can see how much electricity whatever you connect uses. Pretty useful if you're curious about your energy usage.
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Nice deal. I just learned that TP-LINK announced at CES that they're adding Homekit support to these in "early 2019". Can't find any more recent info.
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Which one is recommended for printer. I would like to control the power to printer to turn on only when needed and then turn off remotely
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Are they good for power supply to the garage gate opener. I want to control that when I am away from the home.
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Great deal. The Amazon Treasure truck had these for $21. Wasn't able to pick some up. Didn't think I would see that deal again, or anything close. Picking some up. I like them because you can see how much electricity whatever you connect uses. Pretty useful if you're curious about your energy usage.
These do not have energy monitoring.
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10 amp is good for max of 1100W resistive load.
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Are they good for power supply to the garage gate opener. I want to control that when I am away from the home.
These plugs are NOT meant to open close your garage. You need something like MyQ module connected to control your garage via smart phone or remotely.
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