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Yes - to integrate your smart plug with Google Assistant/Home, you'll need to create a free Kasa account, which can be done using the steps outlined in our FAQ here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html

You can then add the smart device to your network using the steps here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-946.html
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Yes - to integrate your smart plug with Google Assistant/Home, you'll need to create a free Kasa account, which can be done using the steps outlined in our FAQ here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html

You can then add the smart device to your network using the steps here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-946.html

Once the smart device is added to your network and account you can integrate it with Google Assistant, as shown here: https://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-1765.html

If you’d like assistance with any of these steps, please feel free to e-mail Kasa.Support@TP-Link.com and we'll gladly have a Support Agent follow up with you directly.

Best Regards,
TP-Link Support see less
Yes - to integrate your smart plug with Google Assistant/Home, you'll need to create a free Kasa account, which can be done using the steps outlined in our FAQ here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html

You can then add the smart device to your network using the steps here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-946.html

Once the smart device is added to your network and account you can integrate it with Google Assistant, as shown here: https://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-1765.html

If you’d like assistance with any of these steps, please feel free to e-mail Kasa.Support@TP-Link.com and we'll gladly have a Support Agent follow up with you directly.

Best Regards,
TP-Link Support

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · July 19, 2018
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lost my Smartphone so lost control of Alexa and all Smart plugs at home. had to disable all. Next time I will only install Home of Things Smart plugs and Voice assistant so we can control home from home without the need for a smartphone or cellular contract, internet of insecurity of Cloud networks. installing a Mesh F… see more lost my Smartphone so lost control of Alexa and all Smart plugs at home. had to disable all. Next time I will only install Home of Things Smart plugs and Voice assistant so we can control home from home without the need for a smartphone or cellular contract, internet of insecurity of Cloud networks. installing a Mesh Fog network at home with a Home of Things devices that do not need the internet to manage home. see less lost my Smartphone so lost control of Alexa and all Smart plugs at home. had to disable all. Next time I will only install Home of Things Smart plugs and Voice assistant so we can control home from home without the need for a smartphone or cellular contract, internet of insecurity of Cloud networks. installing a Mesh Fog network at home with a Home of Things devices that do not need the internet to manage home.
Alan DeRossettt
· July 23, 2020
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If I’m reading this correctly P2 is a two pack and P 3 is a three pack. There is a P4 available which is a four pack. They work great with Alexa.
Maddog
· March 12, 2020
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I generally use a paring knife to pare something. If you want to pair your product with your app, then follow the directions.
R. Craft
· August 18, 2018
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Yes. However, please bear in mind that different brands may require the use of multiple apps, as most brands utilize proprietary apps or ecosystems.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · November 22, 2021
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Yes. Thats exactly why we bought them.
But it ONLY works if your AC has analog controls. It will. Ot work if your ac relies on digital controls. We leave our ac dials and switches set and let this plug adapter turn the ac on/off on a schedule or whenever we tell Alexa to turn it on. Going on 3 years now.

FTK
· June 8, 2020
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Alexa is an optional feature and is not required. Using the Kasa app will work just ifne.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · October 26, 2021
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No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware th… see more No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware that should you have to return them under warranty then YOU will be responsible to pay to send them back for a replacement of the exact same item, no refund. I found that out when I couldn’t get them to connect and wanted to return them. Lousy warranty Best to send them back before the return window closes because you won’t get much satisfaction from the warranty. Good luck! see less No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware that should you have to return them under warranty then YOU will be responsible to pay to send them back for a replacement of the exact same item, no refund. I found that out when I couldn’t get them to connect and wanted to return them. Lousy warranty Best to send them back before the return window closes because you won’t get much satisfaction from the warranty. Good luck!
Bev7
· November 28, 2021
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Many air conditioners of this size utilize a Plug Type (NEMA) 5-15P that fits a conventional outlet. Newer AC unit of this size has an amp draw of around 4 to 5 amps and draw 500 watts or less. Your wall outlet is typically rated at 15 amps, the TP-Link mini amp rating is 10 amps. The TP-Link can handle coffee maker… see more Many air conditioners of this size utilize a Plug Type (NEMA) 5-15P that fits a conventional outlet. Newer AC unit of this size has an amp draw of around 4 to 5 amps and draw 500 watts or less. Your wall outlet is typically rated at 15 amps, the TP-Link mini amp rating is 10 amps. The TP-Link can handle coffee makers, other small appliances and several lights. You should be able to see what the amperage draw is on your air conditioning unit to determine if the TP-Link Mini will handle the load. see less Many air conditioners of this size utilize a Plug Type (NEMA) 5-15P that fits a conventional outlet. Newer AC unit of this size has an amp draw of around 4 to 5 amps and draw 500 watts or less. Your wall outlet is typically rated at 15 amps, the TP-Link mini amp rating is 10 amps. The TP-Link can handle coffee makers, other small appliances and several lights. You should be able to see what the amperage draw is on your air conditioning unit to determine if the TP-Link Mini will handle the load.
VanMichael
· November 29, 2018
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I have several Kasa plugs. You can program each one on a schedule to turn on and off at whatever times you like. You don’t have to put them in a group in order to do this. I have several that I programmed to turn on at the same time in the evening, and they consistently do.
Mjr2u
· December 12, 2021