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[Canadian Tire] Globe Smart Plug - $9.99 (April 5th - 11th)

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[Canadian Tire] Globe Smart Plug - $9.99 (April 5th - 11th)

Great price for a smart plug from a recognised brand/retailer.

*Starts tomorrow (April 5th)
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Showing as $19.99 on the site, is $9.99 a one day deal??
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remik wrote: Showing as $19.99 on the site, is $9.99 a one day deal??
Starts tomorrow until April 11
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Any idea the wattage rating of this plug? I tried google with no luck. Globe web site no info. I want to get one to control my heater. So far only tplink has that rating.
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coolnut wrote: Any idea the wattage rating of this plug? I tried google with no luck. Globe web site no info. I want to get one to control my heater. So far only tplink has that rating.

No idea

there is the manual
https://www.thesource.ca/download/EN/10 ... Manual.pdf


https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/smart-ho ... ct-details

it says 15A (is it enough to calculate wattage?)
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coolnut wrote: Any idea the wattage rating of this plug? I tried google with no luck. Globe web site no info. I want to get one to control my heater. So far only tplink has that rating.
At that price range, I highly doubt it. The app reviews are quite high stars (or faked) :)
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Thanks OP, I was able to buy at 9.99$ in quebec
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RAINMAN0 wrote: Yes, that is a basic electrical calculation

120v * 15A = 1800W
Thanks,
When Plugged with nothing plugged, the consumption should be low right? (connection with wifi)

If I plug christmas lights that consumes 100 Watts
Will it consume 100W or its maximum (1800W) ?
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husamus156 wrote: Thanks,
When Plugged with nothing plugged, the consumption should be low right? (connection with wifi)

If I plug christmas lights that consumes 100 Watts
Will it consume 100W or its maximum (1800W) ?
It will only pull the amps that the device plugged into it requires. The 1800w is the maximum draw.

You're 100w lights will only pull 100w through the switch.
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In case someone is looking for some kind of a review..

Got this on black friday from Source..I use it to switch on/off my living room lamps with Google home (never used the app though).. works perfectly.. so far no complaints in last 4-5 months
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So how does this connect to my home network? It'll be its own client with a MAC/IP? And then my google home will recognize it and be able to control it?

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