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Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link, Dual Outlet Smart Home Wi-Fi Socket works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 15 Amp, UL Certified (HS107)

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$17.99. Lowest price that i have ever seen for this smartplug. Independently wifi control for each outlet.

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I heard Kasa supports Smartthings. Has anyone used any Kasa switch/dimmer products with Smartthings? Any feedback on how well the integration works? I am seeing conflicting reviews online.
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I heard Kasa supports Smartthings. Has anyone used any Kasa switch/dimmer products with Smartthings? Any feedback on how well the integration works? I am seeing conflicting reviews online.
I have several Kasa devices including thus dual plug, two powerstrips, and one smart plug. All integrated well with Smart things, Google Home, and Alexa. The only thing that is not linked to Smart things, but to Google Home, is the Kasa outdoor camera.
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I have several Kasa devices including thus dual plug, two powerstrips, and one smart plug. All integrated well with Smart things, Google Home, and Alexa. The only thing that is not linked to Smart things, but to Google Home, is the Kasa outdoor camera.
Thanks! That's good to know.

Does the Smartthings hub communicate with the Kasa devices through Kasa cloud services, or are you natively able to add Kasa switches to Smartthings (I assume not since Kasa is not Z-wave)?

I just bought a Smartthings Gen 3 hub to give me the ability to combine multiple systems (Philips Hue, Kasa, Z-wave, etc.). I am going to install the Kasa smart dimmer switches on my recessed lights, with the rest of the smart bulbs being Philips Hue. It would be great if I can turn on the Kasa dimmer lights with a command from a Philips Hue dimmer switch, or some other smart switch. What I don't want to do is to have to control each system independently. Hope Smartthings will let me do that.
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Thanks! That's good to know.

Does the Smartthings hub communicate with the Kasa devices through Kasa cloud services, or are you natively able to add Kasa switches to Smartthings (I assume not since Kasa is not Z-wave)?

I just bought a Smartthings Gen 3 hub to give me the ability to combine multiple systems (Philips Hue, Kasa, Z-wave, etc.). I am going to install the Kasa smart dimmer switches on my recessed lights, with the rest of the smart bulbs being Philips Hue. It would be great if I can turn on the Kasa dimmer lights with a command from a Philips Hue dimmer switch, or some other smart switch. What I don't want to do is to have to control each system independently. Hope Smartthings will let me do that.
It's links to the cloud service... similar to connecting Alexa voice or Arlo cams to ST.
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Thanks! That's good to know.

Does the Smartthings hub communicate with the Kasa devices through Kasa cloud services, or are you natively able to add Kasa switches to Smartthings (I assume not since Kasa is not Z-wave)?

I just bought a Smartthings Gen 3 hub to give me the ability to combine multiple systems (Philips Hue, Kasa, Z-wave, etc.). I am going to install the Kasa smart dimmer switches on my recessed lights, with the rest of the smart bulbs being Philips Hue. It would be great if I can turn on the Kasa dimmer lights with a command from a Philips Hue dimmer switch, or some other smart switch. What I don't want to do is to have to control each system independently. Hope Smartthings will let me do that.
You will need to link them in IFTTT.
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Thanks! That's good to know.

Does the Smartthings hub communicate with the Kasa devices through Kasa cloud services, or are you natively able to add Kasa switches to Smartthings (I assume not since Kasa is not Z-wave)?

I just bought a Smartthings Gen 3 hub to give me the ability to combine multiple systems (Philips Hue, Kasa, Z-wave, etc.). I am going to install the Kasa smart dimmer switches on my recessed lights, with the rest of the smart bulbs being Philips Hue. It would be great if I can turn on the Kasa dimmer lights with a command from a Philips Hue dimmer switch, or some other smart switch. What I don't want to do is to have to control each system independently. Hope Smartthings will let me do that.
You don't need the hub to use with kasa. It's fine via the webservice and app. It's fabulous. I moved most of my Kasa schedules to the ST app and couldn't be happier.
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I really like kasa devices. They all work without a hub. So they just talk to the Wi-Fi router and set up super fast.

Their app is very good too.

Hubs are a thing of the past.
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Hubs are a thing of the past.
Tell that to me and my overpriced Hue ecosystem LMAO
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No HomeKit, no Buy.
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I really like kasa devices. They all work without a hub. So they just talk to the Wi-Fi router and set up super fast.

Their app is very good too.

Hubs are a thing of the past.
Isn't the whole point of hubs to relieve congestion on the router home network?
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Isn't the whole point of hubs to relieve congestion on the router home network?
Not at all. The average home router can handle 250 devices.

Each switch or kasa plug gets 1 ip. It uses a tiny amount of data. On/off, dim set.
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