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No, as long as you have a router that provides password-protected 2.4GHz WiFi, you can install our Kasa smart plugs.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · February 2, 2021
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Easy set up w kasa app, easy sync with google home. Literally no more than a minute set up. Took me longer to take a photo of my device to personalize the app, than it did to sync. Reliable performance too.
If I could make it perfect, I'd have options to plug your device into the front OR the side to give more fl… see more
Easy set up w kasa app, easy sync with google home. Literally no more than a minute set up. Took me longer to take a photo of my device to personalize the app, than it did to sync. Reliable performance too.
If I could make it perfect, I'd have options to plug your device into the front OR the side to give more flexibility with location. see less
Easy set up w kasa app, easy sync with google home. Literally no more than a minute set up. Took me longer to take a photo of my device to personalize the app, than it did to sync. Reliable performance too.
If I could make it perfect, I'd have options to plug your device into the front OR the side to give more flexibility with location.

BTop Contributor: Baking
· April 20, 2021
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No! You do not wear this item. You plug it into your electrical outlet.
J. Priester
· September 18, 2021
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You will have to use the app to set it up initially. You will also have to add the Kasa skill to your Alexa. Then you can control any of the plugs with your Echo device. You can also set up timers and set schedules through your Echo device for the plugs. For example: set light to come on at sunset. They don't have to b… see more You will have to use the app to set it up initially. You will also have to add the Kasa skill to your Alexa. Then you can control any of the plugs with your Echo device. You can also set up timers and set schedules through your Echo device for the plugs. For example: set light to come on at sunset. They don't have to be in proximity of the Echo device and they are all individual devices themselves and function separately. see less You will have to use the app to set it up initially. You will also have to add the Kasa skill to your Alexa. Then you can control any of the plugs with your Echo device. You can also set up timers and set schedules through your Echo device for the plugs. For example: set light to come on at sunset. They don't have to be in proximity of the Echo device and they are all individual devices themselves and function separately.
buckeyedeb
· April 14, 2022
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For voice commands, you will need to integrate a voice automation service with Kasa, such as Alexa, Google Assistant, or Cortana.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · June 25, 2021
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Taxes vary depending on your state.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · August 23, 2021
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Technically yes, as long as the total power draw does not exceed the limits of the smart plug:

Maximum Load: … see more
Technically yes, as long as the total power draw does not exceed the limits of the smart plug:

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15 Amps Resistive @ 120VAC*
*for The New Version

Please note that the entire strip will be powered on/off depending on the state of the switch. see less
Technically yes, as long as the total power draw does not exceed the limits of the smart plug:

Maximum Load:
15 Amps Resistive @ 120VAC*
*for The New Version

Please note that the entire strip will be powered on/off depending on the state of the switch.

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · November 30, 2021
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Smart plugs operate by allowing or preventing the flow of electricity to the connected appliance - much like plugging, or unplugging the appliance from a power outlet. If your appliance does not automatically turn on when plugged into a power outlet, then it may not be an optimal pairing with a smart plug.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · September 28, 2021
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Yes
byron ruiz
· October 29, 2021
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Amazon Customer
· October 17, 2021