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Promoted 07-20-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:41 PM View Original Post
Etekcity via Amazon has 3-Pack Etekcity Wireless Remote Control Outlet Light Switch w/ 2 Remotes (Learning Code, 3Rx-2Tx) for $20.99 - $9 w/ promotion code M23LT5HM + $4.99 S/H = $16.98. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks dient3828

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Link here : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FAII824
Sale: $24.98
$15.98 after using the code M23LT5HM.
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Remotely control hard-to-reach appliances and devices without built-in power ON/OFF switches at the push of a button
Eliminate wasteful standby power and reduce energy use; save on your electric bills and extend product life by up to 15%
Saves you the trouble of having to plug in and unplug your electric appliances to conserve energy consumption; a great assistant to the mobility impaired
Strong RF signal works through doors and walls without interfering with other electronics; operating from as far as 100 ft. in line of sight
Features low standby power consumption; Outlets remain off after a power outage to save energy; ETL and FCC approved for safety and quality assurance
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Last Edited by famewolf September 16, 2016 at 02:03 AM
Hook (www.hooksmarthome.com) is the hub to connect these outlets to WiFi. Use Coupon THANKYOU for additional 5% OFF on Hook store.

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#4
I have these. Work great.
Use these on my three cable boxes, my electric bill went down by half!!
That's because each cable box uses as much power as a refrigerator freezer combo!
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#5
this is a good product, i bought this couple of months ago in a similar deal or may be higher.
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I remember reading a while back that you are able to bridge these in to some home automation systems. Now that I have dipped my toes into the HA waters, can anyone point me in the right direction on how to do this.
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I remember reading a while back that you are able to bridge these in to some home automation systems. Now that I have dipped my toes into the HA waters, can anyone point me in the right direction on how to do this.
These plugs don't connect to WiFi (as far as I can tell), so you're rather limited in what you can automate here, unless you wanted to use your phone's IR blaster to try and emulate whatever the signals leaving the remote are.

Your best best is something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/TP-LINK-Co...art+outlet
And use the Android application called Tasker. This paired with a few plugins, you can automate the powering on/off of any device through that outlet. There are even smart door locks, among other things which can automated.
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Thanks OP & repped!

just right timing...Smilie
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#9
Sure, these eliminate the standby draw from whatever is connected. But how much do they draw themselves?
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I remember reading a while back that you are able to bridge these in to some home automation systems. Now that I have dipped my toes into the HA waters, can anyone point me in the right direction on how to do this.
Check out the Photon made by Particle. It's a small wifi Dev kit which can have an IR accessory. It's a bit hacky but I'm considering that..
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Quote from Bullet_six View Post :
I remember reading a while back that you are able to bridge these in to some home automation systems. Now that I have dipped my toes into the HA waters, can anyone point me in the right direction on how to do this.
This is what you're remembering. I still haven't gotten around to testing it, but is certainly a cheaper alternative to WeMo, etc.

http://www.hooksmarthome.com/
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#12
These are RF not IR. You can program a raspberry pi and a RF module to control these in a home automation system.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forum...37&t=66946

https://timleland.com/wireless-power-outlets/
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is there a code for the one with 5 outlets??
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Sure, these eliminate the standby draw from whatever is connected. But how much do they draw themselves?
as per manu specs:0.6w...must be a concern to you but you can plug in a multi-socket outlet/power strip and sum up how much you save on that strip on the number of appliances plugged in....then you're golden...Smilie
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is there a code for the one with 5 outlets??
looking for the 5 units too but seems like they jacked up the price....had it on my Amazon wishlist for $24 before/
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