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Can anyone tell me why these companies insist on such a stupid form factor that excessively monopolizes plug space on a power strip?
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These plugs are limited to 12 amps. Be careful about not plugging in high amperage draw devices.
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Very good product. I have quite a few. Just added 1st one to Alexa
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Ordered, good I hope.
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What type of devices/appliances are you guys monitoring and why?
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I have just one these controlling the overhead lights in my garage and for about a year it's worked out great never even heard of this brand when I purchased. I bought it on a whim with some discount on here. It works with my Google home speakers too. Might just pick up three more for this price
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What type of devices/appliances are you guys monitoring and why?
I'm going to start with the basement entertainment center. Bunch of devices on standby that get used a couple of times a week.
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What type of devices/appliances are you guys monitoring and why?
The energy monitor is a secondary bonus to the smart switching for me.
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What type of devices/appliances are you guys monitoring and why?
I was using them to monitor my mining computers. & reset computer if it locked up.

It is cool to be able to see how many watts devices are using.
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From reviewing Amazon's Q&A it appears as these do not work with SmartThings unless connected with IFTTT. If someone else has these working with SmartThings, please let us know.

Nice deal otherwise.
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What type of devices/appliances are you guys monitoring and why?
My old and new dehumidifiers to see how inefficient the old one is to determine whether it is worth replacing.

Heat tape strip attached to my well in the wintertime to ensure that it is actually turning on to prevent my waterline from freezing up.

*note- I am using the TP-Link outlets with Kasa app to monitor, not these units.
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Can anyone tell me why these companies insist on such a stupid form factor that excessively monopolizes plug space on a power strip?
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These plugs are limited to 12 amps. Be careful about not plugging in high amperage draw devices.
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agree

I am hoping we are just a few years away from all outlets being centrally addressable over home wifi or LAN

huge risk though ...if our networks are exposed
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