|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.2 x 3.9 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||AK-T1201121|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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I'm attaching an image showing one of them with the blue light clearly off with an electrical outlet tester showing everything is energized and grounded.
When I first got the plug is was turning off automatically even though the space heater I had plugged into it was 1500W of the 1800W max. A new Firmware came out (version 2.4 I believe) and it hasn't shut off on it's own since then. That could explain some of the bad reviews like the person trying to charge their plug-in car overnight.
Bought 4 plugs, 3 of them won't connect to Wifi. One did but it won't turn on and or off. The app says that the switch is off but the lamp just lightly flickers and doesn't turn off. I tried it with multiple things plugged in and none work. Managed to get it reset and resetup 2 more times and same thing. Looks like the relay inside is simply broken.
The app doesn't let you choose the Wifi Network so I had completely delete my 5GHz network from my phone to have it connect to the 2.4GHz one and even that only worked on one of 4 plugs. I manually connected to the same unit by entering the name and password and it connected eventually but the Plug simply doesn't work. The light goes off (small blue light) on the plug when I turn it off Manually and with the app and the app sees it but the plug doesn't turn the lights on/off it just stays on and light flicker when it should be turning off.
The app one of the worst I have seen as well. The dropdown doesn't work for selecting wifi, the "chevron" icon just changes direction when clicked but the dropdown doesn't open so you have to enter your Wifi manually or remove the 5GHz connection to get the plug to connect to it. When the wifi connection works it almost instantly asks you to name your plug, but when it doesn't (99% of the time for me) it sits there with a loading icon and wasting time for about 30 seconds before it just goes away without an error message. As a UX/UI designer I would lose my job in an instant if I produced this monstrosity. Never buying another Anker Product again after today and just over last Christmas I have purchased multiple battery packs, speakers and all my charger cables from Anker but this is a sign it's time to find another vendor. The fact that this left QA and the factory is simply sad.
Updated, ended up pulling my old router out, setup a separate 2.4 only network (I have 2 routers in bridge mode both broadcasting at 2.4 and 5GHz already, so this is a third one only broadcasting at 2.4 specific for these plugs). Managed to connect all the plugs (3 I had to go and still manually enter the Name/Password since the dropdown wasn't working even when it selected the right network). It took between 5 and 15 attempts to connect each. 3 are functioning and one simply just flickers the lights when it turns on/off but doesn't work correctly at all.
3 others function about 70% of the time. I have groups setup on my Echos and when I ask to turn on living room lights (3 lights under that group) it usually only turns on 1 or 2 lights but almost never all 3. Basically it's a shot int he dark (pun intended) and these are some of the worst plugs I have used. I have used others from TP link and they were bad but not this close.
Before Anker/Eufy support replies back with a useless canned response here are your answers.
Yes, They are connected to a 2.4GHz network, the network only has these plugs on it and is not cluttered, the broadcasting channel is unique to this network and there is not other interferences. I live in a rural area so there are only about 3-4 other Wifi networks within a couple of hundred yards and there is no interference. Also when I got all the plugs finally working (which took between 5-15 attempts each) the plug, router and phone were no more than 2 ft apart.
I wanted to give this 2 or 3 stars but after wasting 6 hours trying to setup 4 plugs, having one of 4 being broken and them working unreliably at best they deserve no more than 0 stars. As someone that had a minor in Networking Information Systems and Telecom I can only imagine the amount of frustration it would take someone with no Networking experience trying to setup these products.
It has been a couple of weeks and the smart plug is still working well. This plug does not drop WiFi connection like other smart devices I own. Still very happy with this purchase.
The smart plug is smaller then other smart plugs I have and does not consume all of a standard wall outlet. You put this smart plug in the top socket and you can still use the bottom socket. I would not recommend this for outdoor use as it does not appear to be waterproof.
It has a simple ON/OFF button at the top. There is a small blue recessed blue light that shows if the plug is on or off and also indicates network status.
The plug is very solid and build quality appears to be very good.
Configuring the switch is done using the EufyHome app. The app works well once you have created an account, but you do have to shut off cellular in order to configure the smart plug (or Any other Eufy smart devices) . Once configured, you can the add it to Amazon echo or Google Home.
The slightly weak point of the product is the EufyHome app (At least for my Galaxy S7). The login (or Create Account) function is difficult to use as the Email and Password fields are partially off screen so you cannot see what you type for the first couple of characters. Once you have your account created, the rest of the app works fine.
Using the EufyHome app, you can
Turn on/off the smart plug.
Setup multiple schedules to turn on and off the lights a specific times. (Have not tried the scheduler yet.)
Set a timer to turn on or off the lights after so many hours and/or minutes. (Tried the timer and it worked as expected)
I tested the smart plug in several locations around my house and had no issues. The response time from Alexa or Eufy Genie was less than 3 seconds.
The appears to be a great smart plug. It does everything I needed or wanted in a smart plug and responds fast to commands from my Amazon echo or Eufy Genie.
The real test is will it keep working for a long time. I will update my review after several weeks of use.
One other observation. Eufy's tech support is great. Had an issue with Eufy Genie and they resolved it fast. They have a CHAT feature on their website that I used just before midnight. They followed up with an email the next day. I feel that if the device did have an issue they would help resolve it.
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