Innr Zigbee Smart Plug, Works with Philips Hue, SmartThings, Alexa, Google Home (Hub Required) SP 224 (2-Pack)
|Switch Type||Push Button Switch|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.89 x 1.89 x 2.05 inches|
|Mounting Type||Plug-In Mount|
|Actuator Type||Push Button|
|Controller Type||Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, SmartThings|
About this item
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- SMART CONTROL: With Innr's smart plug you can connect all traditional lights to your smart lighting system and switch on and off your appliances.
- WORKS WITH PHILIPS HUE*: Connects directly to Zigbee compatible hubs, including Philips Hue*, SmartThings and Alexa devices with built-in hub. *Does not work with Apple Homekit.
- SUITABLE FOR VOICE CONTROL: Pair the smart plugs with a compatible hub to activate complete voice control with Alexa and Google Assistant devices. Innr plugs also work with built-in smart hub devices such as Amazon Echo 4th gen, Studio & Show 10.
- COMPACT DESIGN: The compact design does not block off adjacent sockets.
- WORKS AS A RANGE EXTENDER: Uses mesh networking to increase the range of other Zigbee devices in your network that are further away from your hub.
|Maximum Current||10.00 amps|
|Maximum Power||1200.00 watts|
|Mounting Type||Plug-In Mount|
|Switch Type||Push Button Switch|
Specification for this product family
Innr Smart Plugs work over the Zigbee 3.0 protocol, so they're compatible with the Innr plugs are compatible with all major smart brands like Philips Hue*, Samsung SmartThings, or Amazon Echo Devices with in-built smart hub.
*The Hue bridge does currently not support Apple HomeKit control nor the Entertainment functionality (Sync), but the Innr plugs can be controlled by the Hue app.
Smart plug for traditional lighting
With the Innr Smart Plug, any traditional light with a plug instantly becomes a smart light. The socket can handle up to 1200W (10A) and has a low standby power consumption. The small LED light on the device can not be switched off.
Put on a schedule your home appliances
You can wirelessly switch most devices on and off. Schedule when you want your kettle or electric blanket to turn on. Perfect for Christmas lights!
Works as Zigbee range extender
Innr smart plug can control a small heater or a TV in addition to repeating the signal and extending the range of your network. A lot of value for such a small, compact plug!
Works with Alexa and Google Assistant devices for complete voice control with a compatible hub.
Take full control of your home. You can wirelessly switch most devices on and off with your smartphone or tablet. Schedule when you want your kettle or electric blanket to turn on.
Secure your home
Put your traditional lights on a schedule*. Use scenes to secure your home - lights will turn on and off automatically, so that nobody can see when you're not home.
*Smart plug cannot dim the lights
Innr - The story of passion for smart lighting
Innr is the story of Jeroen and Rob. Two ex-managers from Philips who share a single passion; creating a smart lighting system that anyone can afford, install and use exactly the way they want to.
With a growing team of professionals, Jeroen and Rob put all their energy into making beautiful and smart lighting affordable. All this to make the comfort of smart lighting accessible to everyone.
- Product Dimensions : 1.89 x 1.89 x 2.05 inches; 5.78 Ounces
- Date First Available : June 7, 2019
- Manufacturer : innr
- ASIN : B07SQGG8Z7
- Best Sellers Rank: #11,300 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
- #100 in Electrical Outlet Switches
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The device was easy to configure and I then replaced the Samsung plug. I was able to turn it off and on. It wasn't long before the devices on the back half of my house all went offline. I was mostly able to turn Innr smart plug off and on but sometimes it would hesitate for 5-10 seconds.
I deleted the device and put it back on the network with the same outcome. Replaced it with my original Samsung plug and now my devices are coming back online.
So my conclusion is that this device is less sensitive when listening for Zigbee signals or less powerful when transmitting Zigbee signals than the Samsung. If you already have a strong Zigbee network then this will probably be fine. But if you are buying this to also boost the range of your Zigbee network then I'd suggest you spend another $10 and get the Samsung (you also get power monitoring with it).
If it worked all the time, I’d give it 5 stars. But the only thing worse than a non-working smart device is an unreliable device, because there’s never a convenient time for it to fail. Imagine driving a car which has a wheel that works loose every once in a while, or flying in a plane whose engine quits every so often, or maybe a refrigerator that silently warms up every few weeks. That’s what this outlet is like. Glad I didn’t buy two.
Zigbee outlet review. 2 stars
We order two of these outlets on the 7th of May based on the company saying that these work with Phillips hue. The first 5 days went well. Order another set of two on 11th of May. On the day that the next two were to arrive, one of the first two outlets went unresponsive. I had to reset the outlet before it would work again. I shrugged it off as maybe one of the kids messed with it. Then again on the 16th of May two of them went unresponsive. These two were different ones from the first one that went unresponsive. So I reset the unresponsive outlets. On the 21 of May it happened a fourth time. It was a repeat of one that went unresponsive on the 16th. These are good outlets when they want to work. However, I should not have to reset random ones that decide to go unavailable. Distance is not a factor as one was not more than five feet away from the bridge. I would send these back if I could. I recommend not buying these if you have a Phillips hue.
Two items to note: 1) It makes an audible click when it turns on or off (although this might be an advantage in a setting where the response wasn't obvious; I know it goes on because I'm using it to power a non-Hue lamp. 2) It takes about a second to switch on or off compared to Hue bulbs, which have a much shorter latency.
I have both Hue and ST. I only use Hue devices on the Hue hub and everything else on the ST hub. One reason is I am no longer buying Hue devices due to cost compared with other options. The other is ST does more. I'm not getting rid of Hue, just not expanding it unless their pricing becomes more competitive.
Why 4 stars? The Innr website is not up to date. It says products are coming to the US. Well, they are already here. I went looking for information on security as there is nothing on the box, or in the insert. On the website is a vague reference to Zigbee 3.0 for the hub. The ST app told me the plug didn't have the highest level of security during pairing, but it wasn't specific on what that was. So, I'm annoyed with Innr for not providing full disclosure of their security, and I'm annoyed with ST for not specifying why it says the plug doesn't have the highest level of security. Yes, I can contact them both, and will before I purchase more. However, it is a serious failure on both of their parts for making me reach out to them over something this simple and important.