|Item Weight||5.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.5 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||HS110|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Kasa Smart Plug, Energy Monitoring|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Smart Plug HS110, Quick Start Guide|
|Warranty Description||2 Years|
Kasa Smart WiFi Plug w/Energy Monitoring by TP-Link - Reliable WiFi Connection, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa Echo & Google Assistant (HS110),White
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- Control from Anywhere: Turn electronics on or off from Anywhere with Your Smartphone using the kasa app (compatible w/ android & ios)
- Voice Control Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and MicroSoft Cortana Supported devices for a hands Free Experience
- ENERGY MONITORING monitor enery consumption of Your plug in devices and set times and schedules to avoid waste
- KASA SCENES & SCHEDULES Schedule the Smart Plug to automatically switch on and off when away or set a Scene for Controlling many devices with a Single button
- Note: Requires a Secured 2.4 GigaHertz Wi Fi network connection
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From the manufacturer
Save Money by Running the House on Your Schedule
The HS110 allows you to create schedules to automatically power on or off your home electronics and appliances at anytime. You can create a schedule for each device any day of the week, or customize it by a specific time in a day.
Keep energy bills low by effectively managing your most power consuming appliances. Scheduling allows you to prevent power hungry devices from being left on longer than needed.
Make your devices run on your schedule, even when you’re not there.
Control from Anywhere – No Hub Required
Your Smart Plug can be controlled through your existing Wi-Fi network via the free Kasa App*. Download the app to your smartphone or tablet and have access to turn your home devices on/off, set schedules, and monitor energy usage.
The Kasa app allows you to add as many Smart Plugs as you’d like to keep track of multiple appliances, whenever, wherever.
*Compatible with Android (4.1 and higher) or iOS (iOS 9 and higher) smartphone or tablet.
Lower Your Electricity Bill
Use the Kasa App to monitor real-time and historical power consumption for your connected electronics or appliances. Receive weekly and monthly summaries to define which devices are using the most power. Closely monitoring power-hungry devices can help you better manage energy usage in your home, ultimately saving you money.
Control with Your Voice
The Smart Plug now works directly with Amazon Echo to manage your devices through Voice Control. Assign a name to each Smart Plug and communicate each plug by name when making a voice command. You can also create groups for multiple smart plugs and control them all with one command.
Appear at Home While You’re Away
Have the Smart Plug work for you and enjoy peace of mind when you’re out of town. Connecting a lamp to your smart plug can provide home security benefits. Set it to Away Mode, and the Smart Plug will automatically turn the light on and off to give the appearance that someone is home. No more wondering if you left your appliances on. You can monitor all of your connected devices and power them down.
Convenience for Everyday Appliances
Plug in your humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air conditioners and space heaters to keep your home comfortable without running up your electricity bill. You know when the devices need to run, so don’t count on their built in timers. The Smart Plug gives you back the control. You can monitor their electricity use directly and adjust their use accordingly.
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Control lighting and other appliances from anywhere with the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug with Energy Monitoring. Schedule connected devices turn on when you get home, then power down when you go to sleep. Control each outlet individually or as one, set schedules or scenes, even use voice commands with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Microsoft Cortana. Protocols Supported: IEEE 802.11b/g/n; System Requirement: Android 4.1 or higher iOS 9.0 or higher; Wireless Type: 2.4GHz 1T1R
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By Brittany L Mirles on January 31, 2019
Update: after 6 months now the internal switch for controlling the power has apparently broken and the outlet is now always live
I've since removed the plug and deleted the Kasa app. Kasa should know better.
Works as advertised and seems like a useful tool in tracking your energy usage.
I can't speak to it's accuracy, but it seems believable.
I like that it's mobile. So, once I figure out that my cable box runs at 17 Watts when it's 'off' (true measurement), I can move the plug to a TV or fridge or any other appliance to see how much power that appliance uses (whether it's on or 'off').
My only criticism is that it blocks both outlets in a two outlet wall receptacle. I don't know if that's intentional or just bad design. But, because I don't use it in a permanent location, it's not a that bad. A work around is to just get a one foot extension cord which will free up the blocked outlet.
The HS110 Smart Plug is more convenient than a Kill-a-Watt device because of the ability to monitor a plugged in appliance by using your phone and the Kasa app. By calculating the appliance Wattage rate, you can compute the average energy cost of an appliance. For example, if a TV draws 360w plugged into a 120v outlet and is used on average 100hrs per month, the energy cost is $4.32/mo or $51.84/yr (assuming your energy supplier charges $.12/kWh).
The Kasa app could be improved to perform these calculations for the user and displaying better information. For example, on the:
Energy Usage Page - add the measured Voltage and display the Amp Draw as well. In the TV example here:
Watts = 360
Volts = 120
Amps = 3 (Watts / Volts)
Also add a Energy Cost Page to the app - Capture (one time) the kWh cost of energy the user pays (for ex, $.12/kWh). Also capture the average appliance run hours per month (a TV for ex, 100 hrs). With the captured appliance Wattage, an Energy Cost page could show the average Monthly & Yearly costs of running that appliance. Again if a TV uses 360w of energy and is operated 100hrs per month, the Monthly/Yearly energy cost can be displayed on this page without requiring the user to perform the calculation. Capturing the actual usage hours is of course even better.
The app should also have a RESET feature to zero-out the appliance values (keeping the energy cost per kWh stored) for measuring multiple appliances. Not a huge deal since unplugging the Smart Plug performs a reset as well.
The HS110 is a nice device with greater potential as mentioned and so far, I have not experienced any arcing problems as others have described. Similar products like TopGreen are cheaper and Energy Usage stats are better than Kasa's (as of Feb 2020). However, with any of these products, you are giving them access to your network by registering the devices on their servers. Regardless of "where" their servers are located (including Amazon's AWS), the company has access to your network. So for the trade off of smart home convenience, who do you trust? TP-Link is reputable and that's why I pay a little more to use their products. I just hope TP-Link steps up their Kasa software in the area of Energy Monitoring as mentioned above. I do like the Kasa devices and by the way, the Kasa Smart Plugs do retain their ON/OFF state in the event of a power outage (another nice feature).
* The last time it disconnected, I turned off power to my wifi and unplugged the smart plug, waited 30 seconds and plugged in the wifi. Once the wifi rebooted, I plugged in the plus and went through the reset process.