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TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug Lite - 4 Pack HS103P4 $19.99!

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Dec 20, 2006
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YYZC2 wrote: I bought two sets for home shipping because I was stuck at work all day.

I only need one.

If anyone wants a box at cost, let me know, otherwise I'll return it in-store.
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Jul 18, 2005
2727 posts
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GTA
I purchased two packs during this sale but only need one, if someone in Markham wants the extra pack at cost, DM me.

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Sep 13, 2012
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Markham
rupture wrote: I purchased two packs during this sale but only need one, if someone in Markham wants the extra pack at cost, DM me.

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Feb 26, 2003
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tkl wrote: I have used a couple of these with the wyze camera because sometimes it needs to be power cycled when it's stuck and I'm not home. I also put one with the modem for the same reason.

Also, Thanked OP. I didn't really need it but I was close to a Best Buy store when I saw this so I picked up a pack (15a)
Remember if you try to cycle the modem remotely you won’t be able to turn it back on as you just shut off your internet.
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Apr 21, 2012
634 posts
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Ontario
I have two Kasa plugs powering some hydroponics. They've worked consistently without issues since the start of covid. I also bought a Lenovo smart plug which has a current sensor and voltage measurement built in which let's it calculate power draw. I haven't tried the scheduler on the lenovo yet. It also has auto over current shutoff. Just bringing it up in case anyone thinks those features would be handy.
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cavuu wrote: Remember if you try to cycle the modem remotely you won’t be able to turn it back on as you just shut off your internet.
Set it on timer and it will turn back on without internet. At least TP Link ones do
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Feb 26, 2007
275 posts
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bam136 wrote: I use smart sockets combined with Google home for: Lamp, dehumidifier (run 7pm-7am for electricity savings), mechanical sound making fan for sleep, ceramic heater in bedroom when I want things a little warmer... Wink wink.
Lol you sure it will work with a ceramic heater? Those draw more than 15amps. Be careful it won’t start a fire!
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Feb 26, 2007
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cavuu wrote: Remember if you try to cycle the modem remotely you won’t be able to turn it back on as you just shut off your internet.
Haha I was wondering how he ran one of these to power cycle his modem. *I tried it myself last year and it shut off the internet*
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Oct 24, 2010
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Toronto
chooraymond wrote: Lol you sure it will work with a ceramic heater? Those draw more than 15amps. Be careful it won’t start a fire!
My ceramic heater draws 1500watt max(~13amp).
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Dec 11, 2003
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chooraymond wrote: Haha I was wondering how he ran one of these to power cycle his modem. *I tried it myself last year and it shut off the internet*
muffin4life wrote: Set it on timer and it will turn back on without internet. At least TP Link ones do
You have to set a timer and then just check back on it when the timer starts.
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Nov 14, 2007
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bought 2 boxes, and received one 12V and one 15V
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Sep 4, 2003
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Toronto
Got the same. One 12A and one 15A from online order
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Jun 4, 2012
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nikick wrote: bought 2 boxes, and received one 12V and one 15V
aitch wrote: Got the same. One 12A and one 15A from online order
That really sucks. Keep the 15A and return the 12A ones?
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Jul 12, 2005
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North York
aitch wrote: Got the same. One 12A and one 15A from online order
lol me too...

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