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I have the Kasa Model HS 103, apparently the same one you have. On the plug itself is printed "15A", just as you report. Yet, Kasa's web site indicates this to be a 12A plug. There is a conflict between what is printed on the plug and what Kasa lists on their web site. When I finally reached a technical person at K… see more I have the Kasa Model HS 103, apparently the same one you have. On the plug itself is printed "15A", just as you report. Yet, Kasa's web site indicates this to be a 12A plug. There is a conflict between what is printed on the plug and what Kasa lists on their web site. When I finally reached a technical person at Kasa, her response was conflicting, too. She reported that the HS 103 was the "lite" and for up to 12A. She said the HS 105 is the one good for up 15A. When I explained that the plug in my hand that I was reading from says HS 103 and 15A. Her response was "the HS 103 is for up to 12A". She did not seem to understand the conflict. Thus, we go on uncertain about the maximum limit of the HS 103. see less I have the Kasa Model HS 103, apparently the same one you have. On the plug itself is printed "15A", just as you report. Yet, Kasa's web site indicates this to be a 12A plug. There is a conflict between what is printed on the plug and what Kasa lists on their web site. When I finally reached a technical person at Kasa, her response was conflicting, too. She reported that the HS 103 was the "lite" and for up to 12A. She said the HS 105 is the one good for up 15A. When I explained that the plug in my hand that I was reading from says HS 103 and 15A. Her response was "the HS 103 is for up to 12A". She did not seem to understand the conflict. Thus, we go on uncertain about the maximum limit of the HS 103.
IdaSight
· February 15, 2021
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Yes the device absolutely supports 220-240 volt on a single phase outlet... So will work fine with most hoisehold devices. Actually if yoy dig through kasa documentation will be able to find out which specific models do suppoet 240v. This particular model does.
North Shore Wound Center
· January 26, 2022
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Schedule will NOT work if wifi connection is lost.
Cocoabean69
· October 9, 2020
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From my research online it appears that TP-Link use an Atheros/QUALCOMM chip for their connectivity
Piper
· April 27, 2021
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The HS103P4 support 2.4GHz WiFi, whether it's your router or WiFi extender, as long as the network is password protected using modern industry encryption standards.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · February 23, 2021
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Yes, it can. Go to "Devices" on the Alexa app...
Donald Greco
· May 12, 2021
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The Kasa app is free and compatible with iOS 10.0 or later.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · January 27, 2021
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The listing is as follows:

Kasa Smart Plug HS103P4, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 15 Amp, UL Certified,4-Pack , White. … see more
The listing is as follows:

Kasa Smart Plug HS103P4, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 15 Amp, UL Certified,4-Pack , White.

Alexa is not required for basic setup and use; however is an optional integration feature for convenient automation if you have Alexa devices. see less
The listing is as follows:

Kasa Smart Plug HS103P4, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 15 Amp, UL Certified,4-Pack , White.

Alexa is not required for basic setup and use; however is an optional integration feature for convenient automation if you have Alexa devices.

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · April 6, 2021
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The HS103 has the following load specifications:

Input Voltage: 100 - 120VAC 60Hz … see more
The HS103 has the following load specifications:

Input Voltage: 100 - 120VAC 60Hz
Output Voltage: 100 - 120VAC
Maximum Load: 12 Amps Resistive @ 120VAC | 1200W (General Use) see less
The HS103 has the following load specifications:

Input Voltage: 100 - 120VAC 60Hz
Output Voltage: 100 - 120VAC
Maximum Load: 12 Amps Resistive @ 120VAC | 1200W (General Use)

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · January 27, 2021
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The smart plug would work independently from the light bulb. As long as you have the plug turned on you can use what ever device you have plugged into it Accordingly
chrism5825
· December 18, 2020