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4-Pack SwitchBot 15A Smart Plug Mini w/ WiFi & Bluetooth EXPIRED

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Wonderlabs via Amazon has 4-Pack SwitchBot 15A Smart Plug Mini w/ WiFi & Bluetooth for $23.99 - $6.24 with code 26CVJBP3 = $17.75. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

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  • Both WiFi (2.4GHz) & Bluetooth supported
  • Control your home devices remotely anytime anywhere
  • Connect it with Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri Shorcuts, and Smartthings
  • Set timers to avoid energy waste
  • Energy Consumption Monitoring
  • Space-saving design

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Wonderlabs via Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Pack SwitchBot 15A Smart Plug Mini w/ WiFi & Bluetooth for $23.99 - $6.24 with code 26CVJBP3 = $17.75.Shipping is free with Prime or orders +$25.

Features:
  • No Hub required
  • Both WiFi (2.4GHz) & Bluetooth supported
  • Control your home devices remotely anytime anywhere
  • Connect it with Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri Shorcuts, and Smartthings
  • Set timers to avoid energy waste
  • Energy Consumption Monitoring
  • Space-saving design
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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
If you're going to use it to power cycle your modem, you can always run a scheduled script on Tasmota that pings Google every so often and then toggles the plug if it can't be reached.

Last I checked, Tasmota doesn't include the "ping" function by default, so you'd have to compile your own or find a precompiled firmware.

There's a premade modem restart script floating around as well.
To turn things off.

To turn things on.

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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
Thanks for the tip! I picked up a pack to tinker with and hopefully replace my current cloud-based ones with.
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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
Run locally over wifi? I didn't even know that was a thing.

This is tempting. My wemo switches are prehistoric in smart home tech terms.
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In4 1 thanks!!!
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Run locally over wifi? I didn't even know that was a thing.

This is tempting. My wemo switches are prehistoric in smart home tech terms.
I had some old zigbee smartthings ones that kept borking up the rest of my zigbee mesh. Went to these with tasmota paired with mqtt and HA has been super nice.
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SCR, not mechanical contacts, if that's important to anyone.
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ordered one, great deal that the plugs support both wifi and bt, I can use it for my cable modem now...
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Ummm ... Yikes! Looking at the Amazon reviews from Japan (??) You can see several photos of melted units?!!
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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
Will definitely give this a try. Thanks for the process
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Ummm ... Yikes! Looking at the Amazon reviews from Japan (??) You can see several photos of melted units?!!
Yikes!
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ordered one, great deal that the plugs support both wifi and bt, I can use it for my cable modem now...
If you're going to use it to power cycle your modem, you can always run a scheduled script on Tasmota that pings Google every so often and then toggles the plug if it can't be reached.

Last I checked, Tasmota doesn't include the "ping" function by default, so you'd have to compile your own or find a precompiled firmware.

There's a premade modem restart script floating around as well.
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I have these and they work great after flashing tasmota onto them: https://github.com/kendallgoto/switchbota its a little tricky but for anyone running any automation or homeassistant, its really nice to have them be all local.
What is tasmota for?
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so tempted.. I've been using the TP-Link KP115, which are about this price for 1 and almost never go on sale.
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