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Amazon has further dropped the price on a variety of Kasa Smart Switches and Smart Plugs.

Kasa Smart Light SwitchesKasa Smart Plugs:
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack Kasa Smart Plug HS103P2 for $12.99. Expired
    • 15% back on Prime card
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Pack Kasa Smart Plug HS103P4 for $22.76. Expired
    • 15% back on Prime card
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack Kasa Smart Plug Ultra EP10P2 for $13.99 >Now $16.99
    • 15% back on Prime card
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Pack Kasa Smart Plug Ultra EP10P4 for $22.99.
    • 15% back on Prime card
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug for $14.99 >Now $16.99
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug (2 Sockets) for $16.99. Expired
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has Kasa In-Wall Smart Plug KP200 for $17.99.
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip KP303 for $22.99.
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cantstoplooking asked this question on 12-02-2022 at 11:47 AM
12-02-2022 at 01:00 PM
Yes, you can.
12-02-2022 at 04:45 PM
Just to add a little context to maxpower212's answer: Yes, you can. These require a neutral wire in your switch box. The neutral wire supplies currently constantly, so the switch is always available to turn on and off, provided it is connected to your wi-fi network.
12-02-2022 at 11:22 PM
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cantstoplooking asked this question on 12-03-2022 at 11:55 AM
12-03-2022 at 02:18 PM
So far in a few months of usage no issues. Use it with Alexa routines too
12-03-2022 at 05:16 PM
I've been using several for the last few years with 3 Ubiquiti Wireless Access Points (WAPs) in the ceiling for a 2600 sq ft two-story home. I use Kasa for the on-off ones and FEIT brand (Costco) for the dimmers. The Kasa switches work excellent. The reason I prefer FEIT for dimmers is that they are 3-way and Kasa didn't have that option. The two in unison covered my needs and look nice.
cantstoplooking asked this question on 12-04-2022 at 01:36 PM
12-04-2022 at 06:39 PM
There are switches that work with out a neutral but these do not. The neutral wire does carry a load to keep the switch active, Most electrical systems installed in the last 40 years have a neutral wire, Probably cheaper to find a switch that does not need it rather than rewireing. Might be easy or difficult to pull new wires.
12-08-2022 at 11:07 AM
Ill just add that if you are looking for a switch without the neutral (which would very likely be the way you will need to go) then get the lutron, 100% worth the investment. We had about 12 switches in our house for almost 10 yrs and not once did it go down or disconnect.
cantstoplooking asked this question on 12-03-2022 at 12:47 AM
12-03-2022 at 04:04 AM
No,you have to repair switch to wifi
izzzi asked this question on 12-06-2022 at 06:55 AM
12-06-2022 at 11:20 AM
Yes, you would still need the 3 way version. look at the pictures here to give you a simple explanation of 3 way switches: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiway_switching
HundoElMundo asked this question on 12-20-2022 at 02:16 PM
12-23-2022 at 10:10 AM
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If the internet is out it will work as regular switches. They will have a blinking red wifi sign to show you the internet is down, but they will work normally. If I'm not wrong, they will keep the present state when the power cycle, or maybe off, I had some power outages and didn't have to walk around the house turning them off, but I'm not sure if the lights that was on remained on. But it will not wake you up in the middle of the night in case of outage.
Tp-Link is staying in business as far as I've read. Matter compliant devices should come out by the end of the year. I don't think they've announced if they're going to release their new products under Kasa or Tapo branding.
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What's the latest on whether Kasa is going to stay in business?

They've discontinued the filament bulbs, no longer on their US website.

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...ean_going/

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...cing_kasa/
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Do these work without internet? what happens if power cycles?

I have some seng-led and power cycle means all the lights in my house turn on, and they don't work without internet.
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Do these work without internet? what happens if power cycles?

I have some seng-led and power cycle means all the lights in my house turn on, and they don't work without internet.
They need the internet, the plugs there is still a manual button you can push, not sure about the switches
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Do these work without internet? what happens if power cycles?

I have some seng-led and power cycle means all the lights in my house turn on, and they don't work without internet.
You need internet to control them using app/Alexa. But you can manually turn them on and off like normal switches.
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What's the latest on whether Kasa is going to stay in business?

They've discontinued the filament bulbs, no longer on their US website.

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...ean_going/

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...cing_kasa/
Tp-Link is staying in business as far as I've read. Matter compliant devices should come out by the end of the year. I don't think they've announced if they're going to release their new products under Kasa or Tapo branding.
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Do these work without internet? what happens if power cycles?

I have some seng-led and power cycle means all the lights in my house turn on, and they don't work without internet.
If the internet is out it will work as regular switches. They will have a blinking red wifi sign to show you the internet is down, but they will work normally. If I'm not wrong, they will keep the present state when the power cycle, or maybe off, I had some power outages and didn't have to walk around the house turning them off, but I'm not sure if the lights that was on remained on. But it will not wake you up in the middle of the night in case of outage.
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Do these work without internet? what happens if power cycles?

I have some seng-led and power cycle means all the lights in my house turn on, and they don't work without internet.
AFAIK they only need internet to switch wirelessly, to sync time, or to program.

If power cycles, they lose track of accurate time, so any schedules are out of sync.

They usually have a state that can be set as the default for when power comes on. Eg you can set that to off if you want.

If you only lose internet, they'll normally remember the time and any schedule and continue on.
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Tp-Link is staying in business as far as I've read. Matter compliant devices should come out by the end of the year. I don't think they've announced if they're going to release their new products under Kasa or Tapo branding.
It's not just a question of branding, the technology of Tapo is fundamentally different.
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What's the latest on whether Kasa is going to stay in business?

They've discontinued the filament bulbs, no longer on their US website.

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...ean_going/

https://www.reddit.com/r/TPLinkKa...cing_kasa/
They're not going anywhere. Also from Reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TpLink/c...pand_kasa/
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Not a lot to see here in the on/off and dimmer switch categories. A bit of a break on the HS200P3 on/off 3 pack at $32, but they've been sub-$30 on occasion. The pricing on the individual on/off switch, individual dimmer switch, and dimmer 3 pack are everyday pricing.
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Everyday prices for these switches
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I'm waiting with baited breath to see if they update the firmware to support matter. (Hopefully the hardware supports it).
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Are these smart switches easy to install on standard switch panels of 2-4 switches? As in adding one of these smart switches to standard switch panel where you don't need 4 smart switches?
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