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[Amazon.ca] Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link (HS103P4) 4-Pack $29.99

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[Amazon.ca] Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link (HS103P4) 4-Pack $29.99

Missed the last sale, looks like an all-time low.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07RCNB2L3/ref ... UTF8&psc=1
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See how the Kasa compares to others in RFD Reviews' list of the best smart plugs!
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Dec 10, 2003
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Have 3 for the last 2-3 years, no complaints. Really good price.
To be or not to be...where is the question?
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Aug 12, 2012
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Richmond Hill
Good price. Ordered the 2-pack for $16 almost 2 weeks ago and it hasn't shipped yet. Might cancel and get this instead.
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Dec 19, 2005
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Brampton
Does this monitor energy usage?

Want to use it so when the dryer cycle completes (energy consumption drop) then it can notify home assistant which in turn would automatically turn off the fan.
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dealgini wrote: Does this monitor energy usage?

Want to use it so when the dryer cycle completes (energy consumption drop) then it can notify home assistant which in turn would automatically turn off the fan.
This will not handle 220V heavy appliances
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Great price. I remember paying almost the same just for one a few years ago
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I'm using this one from living room to bedrooms so far so good.

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Dec 26, 2006
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Great price OP. Bought same last winter for $40.
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Mar 30, 2007
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Ok i am dumb but can I hook up a 1500W kettle to boil water in the morning and not burn down the house?
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Mar 25, 2013
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Toronto
Great price. I own a few plugs and like 13 switches.
DroidKid
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Ottawa
swordman2000 wrote: Ok i am dumb but can I hook up a 1500W kettle to boil water in the morning and not burn down the house?
It's rated for 12 amps so it's just under 1500W. I wouldn't risk it...
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Apr 30, 2007
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Should be illegal to make devices like this and not rate them for minimum 15A continuous at 100%.

Otherwise, these are great.
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Apr 5, 2018
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No. You could buy a heavy duty lamp timer instead.
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I can only think of very limited used for these devices.... what do you guys use them for anyways? outside of Christmas Trees, standing/desk lamps, coffee maker... what else?
MechanicalMan64
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MechanicalMan64 wrote: I can only think of very limited used for these devices.... what do you guys use them for anyways? outside of Christmas Trees, standing/desk lamps, coffee maker... what else?
I use them for my indoor cameras. The cameras cannot be activated through voice control and I'm also paranoid that people could hack it and remote control the on/off. I put a smart plug that I can turn on/off through Google assistant and just leave the status of my camera on "on". When I turn. Off the plug, camera turns off.
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simplealgebra wrote: I use them for my indoor cameras. The cameras cannot be activated through voice control and I'm also paranoid that people could hack it and remote control the on/off. I put a smart plug that I can turn on/off through Google assistant and just leave the status of my camera on "on". When I turn. Off the plug, camera turns off.
Very true... I put a custom routine on Alexa to turn on my indoor camera when I leave and turn then back off when I come home .. been great so far
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MechanicalMan64 wrote: I can only think of very limited used for these devices.... what do you guys use them for anyways? outside of Christmas Trees, standing/desk lamps, coffee maker... what else?
If you already have a few...the addition of 4 more becomes limited...
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Feb 11, 2017
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Can this handle the load of a sump pump?

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