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Just ordered the HS103 and package states that they support 15A as weil.
Christopher Dante
· November 6, 2021
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As long as you abide by the power consumption abilities of the switch. 15amps. Check the items you plan on plugging into the power strip and see what their amperage is per item, add them together and compare them with the switch statistics.
Peter B.
· November 22, 2021
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If it uses 15 or less amps. I would not because: refrigerators and freezers use compressors to work. They use a lot of power (amperes) to start. They stop and start constantly. Also, it seems that a remote switch such as the Kasa would not be a good choice for that application. You want your food at a constant temp.
Reader Greg
· September 23, 2021
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It works with the Amazon Alexa app, but not the shopping or Relay app
Polo
· May 14, 2021
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These plugs use 2.4 ghz wifi enabled. They are setup using the Kasa app for IPhone or Android. The setup process isn't hard and the app walks you thru the setup process. The app allows you to scheduled the plus, randomize on and off, and tell you information about the plug you are looking at besides the basic functiona… see more These plugs use 2.4 ghz wifi enabled. They are setup using the Kasa app for IPhone or Android. The setup process isn't hard and the app walks you thru the setup process. The app allows you to scheduled the plus, randomize on and off, and tell you information about the plug you are looking at besides the basic functionality of turning the plug on and off. These work on a normal 120v electrical outlet. see less These plugs use 2.4 ghz wifi enabled. They are setup using the Kasa app for IPhone or Android. The setup process isn't hard and the app walks you thru the setup process. The app allows you to scheduled the plus, randomize on and off, and tell you information about the plug you are looking at besides the basic functionality of turning the plug on and off. These work on a normal 120v electrical outlet.
Bob Marklewitz
· August 23, 2021
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no. Regular light bulbs work fine.
D. Borland
· June 2, 2021
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This Kasa Smart plug only uses 2.4Ghz wifi, if your router does not have a 2.4 Ghz band, you cannot use this switch
Larry K
· November 23, 2021
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The EP10 supports On/Off - it does not control the speed of the connected appliance.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · August 25, 2021