|Item Weight||3.06 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.57 x 1.5 x 2.62 inches|
|Country of Origin||Vietnam|
|Item model number||HS103|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Smart Wi-Fi Plug Lite HS103 * 1|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 15 Amp, UL Certified, 1-Pack(HS103) , WHITE
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- Voice control: Kasa smart plugs that work with Alexa and Google Home Assistant. Enjoy the hands-free convenience of controlling any home electronic appliances with your voice via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant
- Smart Outlet Control from anywhere: Turn electronics on and off your smart home devices from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app, whether you are at home, in the office or on vacation
- Scheduling: Use timer or countdown schedules to set your wifi smart plug to automatically turn on and off any home electronic appliances such as lamps, fan, humidifier, Christmas lights etc
- Easy set up and use: 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection required. Plug in, open the Kasa app, follow the simple instructions and enjoy
- Trusted and reliable: Designed and developed in silicon valley, Kasa is trusted by over 5 Million users and being the reader’s choice for PCMag 2020. UL certified for safety use.
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Create interactions with your plug and other Kasa products. Connect a lamp to your plug so that when your camera detects motion, your light turns on.
Schedule your connected devices to turn on and off automatically at specified times.
Count Down Timer
Set a timer for your connected appliance to automatically turn off when the time runs out.
Away Mode will automatically turn on and off connected appliances, like lamps, to make it appear as if you're home.
Run Time & Usage
View run times to track usage and cut down on energy consumption.
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The HS103 Kasa smart plug is the easiest way you can start controlling lamps, fans, humidifiers and other home electronic appliances. With it adds voice control to any outlet, you could also enjoy the hands-free convenience. The Kasa app contains not only all the feature you expect from TP-Link Kasa family, but also guidance for you through each step of the installation to connect your smart plug with your home Wi-Fi, Alexa or Google assistant.
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If you're unsure which brand to go with, I've been into home automation since we used to have to write our own scripts for X10 protocol... there's not much out there I haven't tried. TPLink is consumer grade and low priced, but it performs really well. In my case, I've even used a spare older router just to connect to the 38 automation devices separately from the regular internet devices... I'm really happy with the performance and prices.
Originally purchased to turn on and off a difficult to access lamp, it lost its purpose after I received just one Philip smart bulb. Well, actually, after the first smart bulb, I realized every lamp and light fixture needed a smart dimmable bulb. While I have, yet, to convert 100% of the fixtures, all lamps are now using Philip smart dimmable bulbs. The bulbs are so much better than an on/off switch.
I have yet to find the plug another purpose. The power strip is tracking the electrical usage of my "big computer," 3 monitors, and external devices (e.g. drives, video capture, hubs, etc). This plug, unlike the strip, can only turn on and off.
Our goal with these smart devices is to track and / or reduce our electric usage. Beside the lights and computer, there really isn't anything we own needing remote on / off capability. It isn't the plug's fault, its just got limits.
If you need a smart plug, this one or the Amazon smart plug are the ones you should consider. Of course, you should consider getting a plug able to track your electrical needs There is always its brother the strip.
5 stars, after all my lack of finding it a new job isn't its fault.
perfect with alexa, give it a try, you won't know how you lived without it. Solid out of network operation too on my iphone
I will also note that I believe the product was previously used and returned. It kept giving me an error that is "already bound", which a quick google search shows that it's been previously registered and needs to be reset by TP-Link. Support was having none of that and took me through step after step of things i'd already done (make sure you put in the correct wifi password, disconnect and forget your wifi network and input your password again just to make sure it's correct, make sure you reset the device, reset the router, etc.). Also extraordinarily long wait times for responses from customer support chat - coupled with the long time it takes the product to try to register itself - will lead you to insanity.
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This is going to be a negative review and you will know why at the end of my review.
I spent probably 1 hour trying to install this thing. Should be easy right? download app, plug into wall, run setup, PRESTO.
I then spent another hour online with a rep. trying to diagnose and figure this thing out. At the end of a long drawn out process, the rep asks me which router I have, to which I reply a Linksys.
Well, this is the part that really burned me.
They automatically dropped any conversation and displayed a 2 page outline explaining that this particular outlet is not compatible with Linksys. Great!!, how about actually being a little professional and letting me know before you bump me and give me a message? you know, maybe a little personal courtesy explaining that fact then offering the information instead of a dead drop and a display of facts.
I ended up installing the app on a very old Nexus tablet that barely worked and it never finished the setup on the tablet, but it paired.
Very easy to use now, I have set it up with homebridge on RPi4.
Typical china consumer grade software, the app is a disaster and a decent manufacturer should never put something like this for sale/production env.
Slightly dissapointed that these "LITE" plugs only are rated for 10 Amp. While that may cover most items it eliminates things like space heaters and coffee makers. So I returned it
TP link offers a "MINI" that looks identical and offers higher 15A current ratings, for virtually the same price.
It paired with the TP link app , and alexa, and worked without issues, other than the current capacity.
I have several Amazon smart plugs and took literally 30 seconds to setup. Scan the barcode with the Alexa app and plug it in. Boom, done. And it works from the other end of the house no problem.
The TP-Link is a huge pain. Connect to my wifi, open Kasa app, click add device, back to settings to switch to device wifi network, wait forever, then setup fails. Tried to put phone in airplane with wifi enabled, worked once for a second then disconnected from my wifi. Won't even connect right next to my router. Useless.