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Our research indicates that TP-Link HS105 Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini is $5 lower (14.3% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $35.

This Smart Plug works with Alexa and no hub is required.


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If you're looking for the small version of a TP-Link Smart Plug HS105, this is the cheapest I've seen.
http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/tp...polaris-pd
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I bought this for $35 on Amazon. Works great with my dot/Alexa and I prefer this size greatly compared to the larger version. Nice deal.
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I bought this for $35 on Amazon. Works great with my dot/Alexa and I prefer this size greatly compared to the larger version. Nice deal.
Does it support 240v
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According to here yes.
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How well would this or similar work outside in a covered screen porch? Need something to power on an off an extension cord to a pool cover pump in the winter when there's a storm and I'm at work or away for a weekend.
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I bought this for $35 on Amazon. Works great with my dot/Alexa and I prefer this size greatly compared to the larger version. Nice deal.
Sorry, newbie question:

Does it work directly with Alexa & without a central hub (i.e. Smartthings) ?
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Sorry, newbie question:

Does it work directly with Alexa & without a central hub (i.e. Smartthings) ?
No hub required. You download an app and the app then walks you through to sync with Alexa.
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How well would this or similar work outside in a covered screen porch? Need something to power on an off an extension cord to a pool cover pump in the winter when there's a storm and I'm at work or away for a weekend.
It works through wifi, so as long as the outlet is connected to your wifi network, you can then use the Kasa app to turn off and on remotely. I think it will work fine for you.
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hoping some experts can help me out. I have an echo and dots that I use to control a bunch of caseta switches (also have the lutron hub), but I haven't done anything for several plug in lamps yet. I have a smartthings hub and several smartthings smart plugs like this one that I haven't set up yet. my question is: can echo control multiple devices like the caseta switches and smartthings or tp link plugs all with a single command? or do I need to buy the lutron smart plugs to integrate everything into 1 command? I don't want to have to bark separate commands to control plugs and switches because they're on different hubs from different brands.
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No hub required. You download an app and the app then walks you through to sync with Alexa.
Thanks for your helpfulness!

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it doesn't require a hub. I have it for my living room light and it works great
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Sorry, newbie question:

Does it work directly with Alexa & without a central hub (i.e. Smartthings) ?
it doesn't require a hub. I have it for my living room light and it works great
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hoping some experts can help me out. I have an echo and dots that I use to control a bunch of caseta switches (also have the lutron hub), but I haven't done anything for several plug in lamps yet. I have a smartthings hub and several smartthings smart plugs like this one that I haven't set up yet. my question is: can echo control multiple devices like the caseta switches and smartthings or tp link plugs all with a single command? or do I need to buy the lutron smart plugs to integrate everything into 1 command? I don't want to have to bark separate commands to control plugs and switches because they're on different hubs from different brands.
I don't have anything beyond the TP outlets, however I believe your groups can be mixed within the Alexa app. I am fairly sure it will work flawlessly but not 100% sure.

By the way, e bates is 10% for dell
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hoping some experts can help me out. I have an echo and dots that I use to control a bunch of caseta switches (also have the lutron hub), but I haven't done anything for several plug in lamps yet. I have a smartthings hub and several smartthings smart plugs like this one that I haven't set up yet. my question is: can echo control multiple devices like the caseta switches and smartthings or tp link plugs all with a single command? or do I need to buy the lutron smart plugs to integrate everything into 1 command? I don't want to have to bark separate commands to control plugs and switches because they're on different hubs from different brands.
I have groups using TP-Link plug-ins (the previous version to this one) Zooz and Leviton z-wave plug-ins, GE z-wave wall switches and GoControl Z-wave light bulbs all in the same Echo group and everything works perfectly. Everything except the TP-Links run through a Smartthings hub.
Once your Echo sees the object in it's Smart Home section you can do whatever you want.
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hoping some experts can help me out. I have an echo and dots that I use to control a bunch of caseta switches (also have the lutron hub), but I haven't done anything for several plug in lamps yet. I have a smartthings hub and several smartthings smart plugs like this one that I haven't set up yet. my question is: can echo control multiple devices like the caseta switches and smartthings or tp link plugs all with a single command? or do I need to buy the lutron smart plugs to integrate everything into 1 command? I don't want to have to bark separate commands to control plugs and switches because they're on different hubs from different brands.
Yes, at least for my setup with a Wink Hub. The Amazon Echo app allows you to group multiple switches/items into a group and then name the group. You then activate the group the same way you would any other switch. For example, when I tell Alexa to turn on my downstairs lights, it will turn on about 10 different switches that I have placed in the group called downstairs lights.

However, since I don't have any other system running besides z-wave switches through my Wink hub, I cannot say for sure whether or not Alexa will allow you to group different technology switches together.
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