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[Amazon.ca] $29.99 Kasa Smart WiFi 2 Outlet in-Wall Plug by TP-Link (20$ off)

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[Amazon.ca] $29.99 Kasa Smart WiFi 2 Outlet in-Wall Plug by TP-Link (20$ off)

Kasa Smart WiFi 2 Outlet in-Wall Plug by TP-Link – Smart Plug, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa and Google (KP200)

20$ off the outlet. Each socket is rated for 15A just like the HS105 smart plugs

Lowest price according to CCC !!!
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wrench99 wrote: I use Homebridge to link my LiftMaster/MyQ garage door and my Deebot vacuum and control them via Homekit & Siri.
What do you use Homebridge to do with your vacuum? We also have a Deebot but I don't know why I'd need to control it via another app.... unless yours isn't one that is already able to be controlled via an app?
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fatpandasneezes wrote: What do you use Homebridge to do with your vacuum? We also have a Deebot but I don't know why I'd need to control it via another app.... unless yours isn't one that is already able to be controlled via an app?
I use Siri on my Apple Watch to start/stop the Deebot. More of a gimick than anything but handy to be able to simply raise my wrist and tell Siri to start the vacuum from anywhere rather than digging in my pocket and opening the ecovacs app on my phone.
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zbergus wrote: Each socket is rated for 15A just like the HS105 smart plugs
Where do you see that? The specs just say 15 amps for the unit. But regardless, probably both sockets are on the same 15 amp breaker on your panel unless it's in the kitchen.

This is a good price and a useful option for people who don't want the clutter of smart plugs like the HS105 sticking out of their wall socket. Less flexible, but fine if you have have 2 devices you want to control separately in the same area.
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Any electricians on here? What is everyone's thoughts on using one of these in the garage with our cold winters? I currently use a HS105 in their but this would clean up the setup a bit.
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droidkid wrote: Any electricians on here? What is everyone's thoughts on using one of these in the garage with our cold winters? I currently use a HS105 in their but this would clean up the setup a bit.
I'm an electrician (industrial) and I don't see any problem with using these in your garage.
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I really dont see the use for this aside from a cleaner look compared to the HS105. You can get 2xHS105 for $29 once in a while when they go on sale and they can be moved around if needed. Also this plug is probably massive size wise and wont fit into a box with lots of wires.
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droidkid wrote: Any electricians on here? What is everyone's thoughts on using one of these in the garage with our cold winters? I currently use a HS105 in their but this would clean up the setup a bit.
Cold won't affect this device.
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Got one. Thanks op! Not sure where I'm putting it yet, but I already have a ton of other Kasa devices and my home is fully automated using smartthings.

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