|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 3.1 x 5.4 inches|
|Item model number||KC120|
|Style||Smart Security Camera|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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TP-Link Kasa Cam 1080p Smart Home Security Camera, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo Show/Fire TV Required), KC120
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- 24/7, crystal-clear live video, all-glass lens, 130° wide-angle view with 1080p resolution for rich colors, balanced lighting and sharp video quality to make you feel like you’re there.
- Works with Echo Show/Fire TV so you can watch live video stream with a simple voice command.
- Night vision up to 25 ft. provides you with crystal clear night monitoring. 2-way audio with built-in microphone and speaker lets you keep in touch with your family.
- Custom activity zones and notifications let you get alerts that matter most to you. Records a clip every time it senses motion or detects a sound. All your recordings are protected with AES-128 bit data encryption and SSL/TLS.
- With Kasa Care, your activity recordings are stored to your Kasa account so you can review and download your videos from anywhere. Each Kasa Cam comes with 2 days of free video history and a 1-month free trial to access 30 days of your video history.
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You’re Always Home
Kasa Cam is like your own personal lookout. Place the camera almost anywhere to help keep your home safe and give yourself a little peace of mind—all while seeing every detail on your phone.
Control with Your Voice
Kasa Cam works with Echo Show so you can watch live video stream with a simple voice command.
Keep an Eye on Your Pets
where you are, you can always see what your furry family members are up to, and you can even say hello!
Check on Your Baby
Want to check on your baby without interrupting nap time, or be alerted when he or she wakes up? Kasa Cam has you covered.
Store Video for Free
Kasa Cam records every time it senses motion or sound and stores up to two days (1GB) of video on the cloud for free. Once saved, you can watch every video through the activity center in the Kasa app.
With Kasa Care, your activity recordings are stored to your Kasa account.
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|Item Dimensions||3.11 x 3.11 x 5.38 in||2.75 x 2.75 x 4.25 in||4.1 x 1.7 x 1.4 in||1.4 x 2.1 x 4.1 in||2.8 x 4.7 x 1.38 in|
Kasa Cam provides sharp, real-time 1080p streaming, crystal-clear day and night vision and compatibility with Amazon Alexa. With Kasa Care, video of your home is always at your fingertips, 2 days of free video history.
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I had the switch installed in 10 minutes and downloaded the TP-Link Kasa app in order to pair the switch with my WiFi. Again, it works exactly the same as the WeMo devices and found my wireless with no problems.
The software sets up any schedule or timer you want associated with the switch. In addition there are "scenes" you can create to do things like dim the lights. Unfortunately, my LED bulbs aren't dimmable, so the only thing that happens when I enable the scene to dim them is that they shut off. I like the idea though, and if I ever upgrade the bulbs it'll be a cool feature, one that isn't available on the WeMo app.
The differences between the WeMo and TP-Link switches are minor. As an example, with the WeMo switch, the on and off times can be set up as one rule. With TP-Link's device it needs to be two rules: one for when it comes on, and one when it turns off. One thing I like much better about the WeMo is that you can gear events based on sunrise and sunset. As an example, turn the lights on 15 minutes before sunset and turn them off at midnight. Since it's an Internet-connected device, it will change the time every day by a minute or two. It's a bit strange that TP-Link doesn't offer that feature in their app as it would make it significantly more functional.
On the other hand, upgrading the firmware is easier on the TP-Link than the WeMo. The WeMo pops up an alert telling you there's a firmware update for your device(s.) I've owned them for over 3 years now, and my experience is that installing the upgrade is a hit or miss affair. There is no area of the WeMo app that will allow you to trigger the firmware upgrade manually. The TP-Link, however, has a separate function under settings that will tell you the current firmware version and whether there is an update available. From there you can trigger it manually. It's a much better design, and more straightforward.
I love the Alexa integration and had it up and running in under a minute. Now this light switch can be voice controlled as well as from my iPhone.
The only real disappointment I have is the color. The switch is only available in white. As you can see from the photo that accompanies this review, it stands out against the beige switches that are already installed. It sure would be nice if these devices were available in the same colors as, say, a Leviton switch. To be fair, the WeMo is also only available in white, so if TP-Link decided to offer it in colors, I'd definitely consider it over the competition. This switch is installed in a room that is not highly decorated so I'm not too concerned about the mismatch, but I'd definitely hesitate installing it in an area like the living room where the difference in color would make a stylistic difference.
In summary, a very good device for automating a light switch, but the WeMo app is superior to TP-Link's Kasa for scheduling. My advice is to wait for them to go on sale, as they do periodically on Amazon. I'd bet money that TP-Link will be adding features to their software in the future that will put it on an even keel with Belkin's WeMo switch.
As a Fire Fighter I'm surprised I didn't cause a structure fire with this product. It went from working fine to pouring heavy smoke from the device. Not sure what failed, but I'm very disappointed with this product. I'm now worried about my other plugs. Don't know what to do... Probably also got some cancer from the plastic smoke I inhaled....
Anyways buyer beware this product has caught on fire and it's a potential safety & property hazard.
The best feature is that it is more energy efficient than competitive switches. I bought a Leviton switch initially (DW15S-1BZ) and found it disconcerting how warm it was. I bought this TP-Link switch and installed it in another room to compare. This switch is cool to the touch. It uses a little bit of power even when the light is off, but not a noticeable amount. The TP-Link Switch is about 8 degrees warmer than the ambient room temperature. In comparison, the Leviton switch was 20 degrees warmer which is warm enough to notice.
My biggest compliant is that it requires you to push the lower section to both turn it on and off. When you go to turn it on, you expect to be able to push the top. Nothing happens there though (you can't depress it, so you know something's not right). When you push the lower section, it will toggle on/off. It works great, but isn't as intuitive as the Leviton switch which allows you to use the upper/lower section to turn it on/off. Even so, you adapt quickly. I plan to buy more of these despite this shortcoming.
I attached some photos showing temperature measurements on this switch and another one. Both are off. It shows this one is much cooler because it is more energy efficient. Temperatures were taken using a Fluke IR temperature sensor. I also took current and voltage waveforms using a Keithley DMM7510 (see various attached screen hots). I found the power to be about 0.5 W when the switch is off or 1.62 W when the switch is on. This was 3 times less power when the switch was off when compared to the Leviton switch (1.86W whether on or off)
Extremely impressed by just how fast the on/off switching works from the phone - practically instant.
Really like the design of the switch as well - no harsh lights or buttons anywhere, it really just looks like any other switch in the house, save for slightly different shape when looking at it from the side.
Overall I'm very happy with it and would highly recommend. Only comment against it, is it doesn't work with most hubs out there, like Samsung Smart Things and Wink. If I knew that going in, I might have gone for a hub and Z-Wave switch from the beginning.
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