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Amazon has 4-Pack TP-Link Kasa Wifi Smart Plug (EP10P4) for $18.99 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

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  • Voice control: Kasa smart plugs that work with Alexa and Google Home Assistant.
  • 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection required
  • Use timer or countdown schedules set your smart plug to automatically turn on and off any home electronic appliances such as lamps, fan, humidifier
  • Turn electronics on and off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app
  • UL certified for safety use

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neomatrixviper asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
i have several and all work on 220v 60hz no problem. mine are all hs103 with 100-120v label. you may want to check with the manufacturer. somewhere in their site shows which ones support 220v.
08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
Doesn’t look like it will, here’s what I found on the product page:

Working Status
Input Voltage:
100 - 120VAC
Output Voltage:
100 - 120VAC
Maximum Load:
15A
Maximum Power:
1800W (General Use, Resistive Load)
sinn78 asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
It does not (or at least I haven't found that feature in the software).
fishyx asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM
They have been using Kasa for their smart home products for many years now. I think it is similar to how Anker's smart home products are under Eufy, like cameras, door bells, etc.
Bigjjj asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:50 AM
Cerocool asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:51 AM

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They have been using Kasa for their smart home products for many years now. I think it is similar to how Anker's smart home products are under Eufy, like cameras, door bells, etc.

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In 4 1....thx OP great deal on the 15A
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Thanks! Grabbed one myself!
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Thanks OP, at this price it's worth it to just keep them around. Kasa works fine with Alexa, which brings handy voice control to these guys.
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Are they just using the name Kasa instead of TP-Link these days?
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Do people have any clever uses for these? I have one for a fan and one for a table lamp but I'll probably replace that with a smart switch
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Are they just using the name Kasa instead of TP-Link these days?
They have been using Kasa for their smart home products for many years now. I think it is similar to how Anker's smart home products are under Eufy, like cameras, door bells, etc.
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Do people have any clever uses for these? I have one for a fan and one for a table lamp but I'll probably replace that with a smart switch
I use one for one of my stereos; when the stereo powers off the subwoofer emits a big "thunk." I put the whole power strip on one of these and use alexa to turn the stereo on/off.

I also use them for xmas lights, because they can be put on a timer (with our without alexa).

Back when one of my media PCs used to hang a lot I'd plug it into a smart plug so I could power-cycle it easily; I still have one connected to my slingbox, which hasn't died in a few years now.

I might use one of these with the more finicky wyze cams, since they tend to fall off the network occasionally. It's kind of ridiculous to use a $5 smart plug for a $20 camera, but I can!
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Do people have any clever uses for these? I have one for a fan and one for a table lamp but I'll probably replace that with a smart switch
You can use a Kasa camera as motion sensor to turn on and off these smart plugs.
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Do people have any clever uses for these? I have one for a fan and one for a table lamp but I'll probably replace that with a smart switch
I don't know about clever but at this price these work great with Christmas light decorations.
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Do people have any clever uses for these? I have one for a fan and one for a table lamp but I'll probably replace that with a smart switch
Because I had an extra sitting around, I recently started using one for a wax warmer.
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Because I had an extra sitting around, I recently started using one for a wax warmer.
That's a great idea!
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Any chance these still work with Tasmota?
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Based on this thread, these seem nearly identical to the 103 models that I've got on here a few times. This seems like a great deal. https://community.tp-link.com/en/...pic/263664
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