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Nooie Smart Plug $8.5 for a pack of 2 or $20 for a pack of 4

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[Amazon.ca] Nooie Smart Plug $8.5 for a pack of 2 or $20 for a pack of 4

Nooie Smart Plugs

$8.5 for a pack of 2 (price drop from $10)
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0831NNPKG/ref ... WGBXHFHPL1

20 for a pack of 4
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07W6PNFBJ/ref ... WGBXHFHPL1
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Can this be used to control 75" television, computer, projector and portable heater?
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aprilgermany wrote: Can this be used to control 75" television, computer, projector and portable heater?
I am using it for 75" LED TV. No issue at all. I use these for Christmas lights and all my TVs and on floor lampsFace With Tears Of Joy
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Jun 29, 2010
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be aware, that like other nooie products, these things work only on 2.4ghz. If you have a unified network with both 2.4 and 5, you will have to disable the 5 to setup.
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Good deal. Can be used with smart life app as well.
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Dec 22, 2019
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Pretty terrible smart plugs. I had 3 and 2 stopped working within 2 months.

I tried going through Amazon support but they kept redirecting me to Nooie support and they were pretty useless
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aprilgermany wrote: Can this be used to control 75" television, computer, projector and portable heater?
max rated current is 10A, so be careful using it with heaters
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cdxliv wrote: be aware, that like other nooie products, these things work only on 2.4ghz. If you have a unified network with both 2.4 and 5, you will have to disable the 5 to setup.
Mine is a unified network with 2.4 and 5GH both and I never disabled 5GH to set up Nooie plugs.
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cdxliv wrote: be aware, that like other nooie products, these things work only on 2.4ghz. If you have a unified network with both 2.4 and 5, you will have to disable the 5 to setup.
Don't most of these plugs or security cameras support only 2.4GHz? 2.4GHz is actually better for range.
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ppnndd wrote: max rated current is 10A, so be careful using it with heaters
Exactly. Most heaters on full blast are 1500watt (14amp or so). Most of mine have a switch for lower heat output, which I believe is 750watt (6.5 amps).
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turduckeneater wrote: Pretty terrible smart plugs. I had 3 and 2 stopped working within 2 months.

I tried going through Amazon support but they kept redirecting me to Nooie support and they were pretty useless
Guess you get what you pay for .. there was TP Link mini for 2 for $15 before... You will need to wait for next sale

A little more expensive but better qualy and support I'm sure
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Anyone know how to incorporate these into smartthings? I have the smart bulb but don't know how to add to smartthings although I have it set up in Tuya app
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turduckeneater wrote: Pretty terrible smart plugs. I had 3 and 2 stopped working within 2 months.
Complete opposite for me. Schedules work perfectly, used it for my plants to ensure they get all the light they need. Use them with my Google Home to create routines for movie time, etc.
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How come one of these generic brands never mention Siri compatibility but I have a Merkury Wifi lightbulb and it shows up with Siri support in app; just not on the box/label.
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Back doors into your network: Priceless.

Best: Don't use cheap no name IOT devices.
Second Best: Make sure to only connect them to a specific IOT network segregated from the rest of your network with access only to WAN.

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