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Kasa Smart Light Switch by TP-Link, Single Pole, Needs Neutral Wire, 2.4Ghz WiFi Light Switch Works with Alexa and Google Assistant, UL Certified, 1-Pack (HS200), White

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I wouldn't mind more of these but need to look into some sort of hub as to not flood my router with all of these individual connections; any recommendations or should i just not worry about it?

I installed 5 of their smart switches, some 3 way and some not, my wifi drops too often, and I've never had any issue with the switch working manually when the wifi is disconnected.There should not be any reason why the switch would not work when manually pressed unless it is a defective switch or something wrong on installation. It gives a icon light when wifi drops to know if it has network connection or not.
3 pack is $54 with a $15 coupon also

Kasa Smart Light Switch by TP-Link,Single Pole,Needs Neutral Wire,2.4Ghz WiFi Light Switch Works with Alexa and Google Assistant,UL Certified, 3-Pack(HS200P3) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07HG...HFb5GY85NB

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3 pack is $54 with a $15 coupon also

Kasa Smart Light Switch by TP-Link,Single Pole,Needs Neutral Wire,2.4Ghz WiFi Light Switch Works with Alexa and Google Assistant,UL Certified, 3-Pack(HS200P3) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07HG...HFb5GY85NB
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NVM - the coupon showed up on 3 pack once I logged in.
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I have their smart light bulb and two smart plugs. No problems with them. But this light switch keeps dropping the wi-fi connection. I can't use it manually if it loses the wi-fi. Had to eventually remove it. Will just settle for just their smart light bulbs instead.
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I wouldn't mind more of these but need to look into some sort of hub as to not flood my router with all of these individual connections; any recommendations or should i just not worry about it?
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I have their smart light bulb and two smart plugs. No problems with them. But this light switch keeps dropping the wi-fi connection. I can't use it manually if it loses the wi-fi. Had to eventually remove it. Will just settle for just their smart light bulbs instead.
I installed 5 of their smart switches, some 3 way and some not, my wifi drops too often, and I've never had any issue with the switch working manually when the wifi is disconnected.There should not be any reason why the switch would not work when manually pressed unless it is a defective switch or something wrong on installation. It gives a icon light when wifi drops to know if it has network connection or not.
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I have their smart light bulb and two smart plugs. No problems with them. But this light switch keeps dropping the wi-fi connection. I can't use it manually if it loses the wi-fi. Had to eventually remove it. Will just settle for just their smart light bulbs instead.
I have a dozen of these and zero issues.

That being said, I like zwave switches better as they extend the zwave network and I don't have to set static ip addresses and add traffic to my wifi. But these are hard to beat at this price
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I wouldn't mind more of these but need to look into some sort of hub as to not flood my router with all of these individual connections; any recommendations or should i just not worry about it?

I installed 5 of their smart switches, some 3 way and some not, my wifi drops too often, and I've never had any issue with the switch working manually when the wifi is disconnected.There should not be any reason why the switch would not work when manually pressed unless it is a defective switch or something wrong on installation. It gives a icon light when wifi drops to know if it has network connection or not.
The last time it dropped connection is when I manually switched it on in the morning the other day. I saw the wifi icon blinking orange and green. And my lights turned off automatically 3-5 seconds after that. And no matter if I manually switched it back on, it turned off again due to losing wifi connection. I have a neutral wire and ground wire so I don't know what is causing it. I've looked online for any advice, but couldn't find any.

I agree with you about having these multiple individual devices connected to the wifi. My other concern about these devices is how secure are they? Should I be worried about outsiders hacking into my home wifi?
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I wouldn't mind more of these but need to look into some sort of hub as to not flood my router with all of these individual connections; any recommendations or should i just not worry about it?

I installed 5 of their smart switches, some 3 way and some not, my wifi drops too often, and I've never had any issue with the switch working manually when the wifi is disconnected.There should not be any reason why the switch would not work when manually pressed unless it is a defective switch or something wrong on installation. It gives a icon light when wifi drops to know if it has network connection or not.
The SmartThings hub should support these now. I still need to get my hub out of the box and setup but support was added in June of 2019.
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use these with Home Assistant! Work great!
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Have 2 of these at home. For some reason one switch actually disables my entire WiFi system when I try to set it up/connect to home WiFi.
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Have 2 of these at home. For some reason one switch actually disables my entire WiFi system when I try to set it up/connect to home WiFi.
Are you sure its disabling your wifi and not just wifi on the device you're using for setup? You have to connect to most devices like this directly to set them up on your network and since most phones (or tablets or whatever) can't be connected to two networks at once that means the phone you're using for setup gets disconnected from your wifi until the setup is complete. So from your phone it will seem like your wifi system is disabled but its not, you're just connected to the switch instead.
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I have their smart light bulb and two smart plugs. No problems with them. But this light switch keeps dropping the wi-fi connection. I can't use it manually if it loses the wi-fi. Had to eventually remove it. Will just settle for just their smart light bulbs instead.
I have 13 TP-Link devices in my house, and zero of them drop off my WiFi. It sounds like you need a router upgrade with Mu-MiMo technology. Standard routers, which 90% of people have, cannot handle too many devices and too much bandwidth (phones, smart devices, smart tvs, laptops, etc, it all adds up), and so devices drop off and reconnect. Look into an ASUS router, they are very strong choices. I have 34 WiFi devices on my router, and they all perform as if they were the only one on the network.
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One more thing to note: Anyone using Home Assistant, these TP-Link devices integrate perfectly. I have 3 switches and 9 outlets connected to my HASS and NodeRED, which trigger on specific events and timers automatically.

For instance, I have an ESP humidity detector reading my bathroom, and when the humidity reaches a certain percentage that I set, the TP-Link fan switch automatically turns on to clear the air, and then back off once it's below a threshold. No more forgetting to turn it off after a shower, or coming into a musty bathroom again.

If anyone wants my NodeRED flow, let me know and I'll share it.
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I have 13 TP-Link devices in my house, and zero of them drop off my WiFi. It sounds like you need a router upgrade with Mu-MiMo technology. Standard routers, which 90% of people have, cannot handle too many devices and too much bandwidth (phones, smart devices, smart tvs, laptops, etc, it all adds up), and so devices drop off and reconnect. Look into an ASUS router, they are very strong choices. I have 34 WiFi devices on my router, and they all perform as if they were the only one on the network.
Same. I added a Linksys velop mesh network and everything has been perfect with my 6 smart bulbs and 7 smart switches/dimmers. I had occasional disconnects with my WRT32X, but it was probably just the range being the issue. I think a mesh network helps a ton with these smart wifi devices if you have anything but a small house or apartment.
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