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Wemo Mini Smart Plug, WiFi Enabled, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant & Apple HomeKit
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- Control from anywhere. Plug in a WeMo Mini Smart Plug, download the free app, and control your lights and appliances from your phone and your voice through Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Home Kit. Only needs Wi Fi. No hub or subscription required
- Compact size. WeMo Mini features a sleek new form factor that allows you to stack two Mini Smart Plugs in the same outlet. Minimum System Requirements Wi Fi router, Android 4.1 or higher, iOS 9 or higher
- Schedule automatically. Never come home to a dark house. Schedule the fan to turn on before you arrive. Sync lamps and devices to sunrise, sunset, or pre set times automatically. Note : Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for Manual and Troubleshooting Steps
- Randomize Lights. The Mini Smart Plug protects your home better than a mechanical timer. “Away Mode” will turn your lights on and off randomly to make it look like you’re home even when you’re not.Electrical Rating: 120V~/15A/60Hz/1800W
- Voice control with Alexa, the Google Assistant and Apple Home Kit. Pair with voice built in devices like Apple Home pod or Google Home and control your lights and appliances with your voice
- WeMo works with Apple Home Kit automatically. Download the latest version of the WeMo App and follow the steps to connect your WeMo Mini connected devices to the Apple Home app.WiFi: 2.4GHz 801.11n
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From the manufacturer
The Wemo Mini WiFi Smart Plug uses your existing home Wi-Fi network to provide wireless control of your lights and appliances. No subscription or hub is required: simply plug Wemo Mini into an electrical outlet, connect a device to the Smart Plug, and wirelessly control your device using a tablet or phone. Using the free Wemo app, you can turn your devices on and off and set worry-free schedules from anywhere in the world.
Supports high power appliances
Compact Form Factor
Featuring a compact form factor, Wemo Mini fits into any electrical outlet without blocking other sockets. This allows you to stack an additional Wemo Mini or plug in another device in the same outlet.
Set Schedules and Timers
With Wemo Mini, you can set worry-free schedules for you lights and appliances. Using the free Wemo App, you can schedule a lamp to turn on at sunset, or keep your house comfortable by scheduling a fan to turn on at noon.
Protect Your Home
When you use 'Away Mode,' Wemo Mini will turn plugged-in lights on and off randomly to create the illusion that you’re home even when you’re not.
Control from Anywhere
Wemo Mini lets you wirelessly control plugged-in devices from anywhere. Simply use the free Wemo App to control your devices from the couch, the coffee shop, or the Caribbean.
Works with Apple HomeKit
Wemo is compatible with Apple HomeKit, meaning you can control your Wemo Mini with the Apple Home app and Siri from your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or HomePod. Ask Siri to turn on the lamp and brew your coffee when you wake up.
Works with Amazon Alexa
Wemo works seamlessly with Alexa to give you hands-free voice control over your lights and devices. Enable the Wemo skill and pair Wemo Mini with Alexa to turn any plugged-in device on or off with just the power of your voice.
Works with the Google Assistant
Wemo works with the Google Assistant, allowing you to control your lights using your Google Home devices, your Android or iPhone, or any other device with built-in Google Assistant support. You’ll enjoy seamless, intuitive voice control over any device that’s connected to Wemo Mini.
More Features with IFTTT
'If This, Then That' is a free web-based service that lets you do amazing things with your Wemo. Turn lamps, coffee makers, fans and other electronics on when you get near home or off when you leave. With IFTTT, Wemo Mini can even flash the lights when your favorite team scores a goal.
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Featuring a sleek new form-factor that allows you to stack two Mini Smart Plugs in the same outlet, the WeMo Mini gives you control of your lights and small appliances whenever you want, wherever you choose, with tons of options for scheduling and automation. Paired with Amazon Alexa, you can control your lamps and appliances with just the power of your voice. When WeMo works with Nest Thermostat, you can set your lights to turn off automatically when you leave the house.
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Now that the setup is clear, I'd really love to inform all of you that only one of these 4 WeMos can reliably connect to my router (again, 3 of my WeMos reside in the same room as my router). Two of the WeMos are directly across my Bedroom from the Router. One has a clear shot, the other is behind a small Nightstand. The WeMo with the clear shot always behaves. The WeMo behind the nightstand seemed okay for up to 1 hour after initial setup, but then was no longer able to maintain connection to my WiFi. My third WeMo has direct line-of-sight partially blocked by two computer towers. This WeMo sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. My fourth and final WeMo down the hall from my room worked for about an hour after initial setup (just like the one blocked by the nightstand), and then ceased to connect to my WiFi.
The bottom line is this: you can't sell a "smart home" product if it can only communicate while being in direct line-of-sight of your router. The fact that my sample size was 4, together with the consistent behavior I witnessed, leads me to conclude that this hardware is just awful. As my title states, I have not a single clue how this device has so many positive reviews. The Fakespot profile of this page indicates that there may be some deception involved with these reviews. I hope more people see mine. Do NOT waste your money on this product. Especially not for this outrageous price!!!
Initially it set up really easy. Saw my WiFi, connected with no issue and then got it connected to Alexa. Saw it needed a Firmware upgrade so I initiated that. An hour later I still had not got an update on the app and the plug was blinking green.
Read online for fixes etc. Got it working and for giggles, moved it to a different plug. After that could not get it to connect to WiFi again.
Played around with it some more and still had issues. Made changes to Router to remove any special characters from Network name, no password, 1 upper case character in network name and still had issues connected. Removed App, reinstalled app, tried from iPhone, iPad and finally got it connected and set up in Alexa again.
Power went out and it didn't find the network again, blinking amber light. I am tired of playing around with this thing. Sending it back for a new one and if that doesn't work, scrapping the whole Wemo thing and trying a competitor.
Essentially during setup, you are connecting your phone or tablet directly to your Wemo via WiFi, and then the Wemo gets the information from the app how to connect to your 2.4Ghz WiFi network and it tries to find your respective home Wifi network. I hope I got the sequence right. Anyhow, IF your cellular connection or 5Ghz is an option, the app will try to connect to your cellular network first, or to the 5Ghz network, which in turn gives the Wemo device the wrong info. And then set up will fail. Also make sure to give the app the correct password for your network. Because if you don't, or have a spelling error, the app won't tell you and you never know. This is what fixed the connection issues for me.
I think it is ridiculous that the setup is so flawed and that would be a reason for me to not get those. Let's see how they work in practice and I will report back later.
Best of luck to all.
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Setting it up was easy, but I found that when I added them separately to google home, I had to remove the previously installed one and do them all at the same time. Not sure why (I didn't plug them in all at once because I wasn't sure where to put the third one).
When you plug them in for the first time, on your smart phone, switch to the Wemo wireless network that shows up (you'll get a warning that you have no internet connectivity, but that's ok, ignore that). Then, start up the Wemo app and it will take care of things for you. It was quite simple to set up. You can then set the plugs on any schedule you want, give them a name, control them remotely etc... It's home automation at your fingertips
I did the same thing for the Wemo light switch.
Through google home I can now say "turn on living room light" and it will turn the switch on. The one drawback is that if the mini switch is off, you can't control the light from the built in light switch of the actual light. But it's great to have on a schedule, say turn on switch at 8pm and turn it off at 1:30am; When the lights go out it's a great reminder, if you get carried away watching too many episodes of Breaking Bad, that it's time for bed.
I've also set up applets through IFTTT to (for example) receive a text message whenever the light switch is turned on (or Wemo mini switch button is pressed) although the delay is unacceptable if you want to know in real time. IFTTT notification sometimes shows up 15 minutes late, as can the text message.
I attached a pic of what it looks like in your google home app and how it shows up in the Wemo app and also some options in the Wemo app.
the trouble shooting instructions on the belkin site are not up to date for android 10 and are also somewhat useless. resetting my router or wiping my phone back to factory defaults are not a solution.
basically, if you want to buy any smart home belkin products, just don't. i have ring devices, nest devices, tp-link devices, and google devices running on my network, not to mention mobile phones, tablets, notebooks, and desktops, and i cannot get the belkin devices to work.
Investigando más a fondo vi que no era algo que me pasara solo a mí. Hay una gran cantidad de quejas sobre el mal funcionamiento de este conector. Para solucionarse recomiendan meterse a la configuración del modem, lo cual en mi caso no pensaba hacer, de manera que lo regresé.
En su lugar compré un TP-LINK HS100 y fue una gran decisión. Desde el principio hizo todo lo que debió hacer el Linksys sin el más mínimo problema.
I have been using the Wemo with Alexa in Canada and everything has been working fine. The Wemo app is really only needed for initial setup - it doesn't have to be run again if you are using Alexa voice controls. The three pack is often cheaper than buying individual units. The form factor of the smart plug itself does not block the second wall socket, and would allow two of them to be used on one outlet.
The timer feature on this is good, not great, but works for my purposes. And, again, I can change it anytime, from anywhere with my phone or tablet.
It's also great for a couple of lamps that I can turn on before I arrive home.
The app is easy to operate, easy to set up and quite intuitive.
Stay away from iHome iSP6x plugs these wemos are are 100's of times better for same price.
iHome has given me nothing but grief