Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug KP400

Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug KP400
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Ekspertanmeldelse av : John R. Delaney (pcmag.com)

Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug KP400 Review

 

Outdoor smart plugs are ideal for turning things like pool pumps and patio lights into smart home devices that you can control with your phone. With the $29.99 Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug KP400, you can control two devices independently of each other...

Dual independent outlets Voice control Supports IFTTT applets Reasonably priced

No power usage reporting Lacks HomeKit support

The Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug is an affordable dual-outlet smart plug designed for outdoor use that you can control with your phone or your voice.

Okt 2020

Ekspertanmeldelse av : Christopher Null (techhive.com)

TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug review: Individual outlet control makes this the outdoor smart plug to beat

 

Dealing with devices plugged into outdoor outlets can be challenging, and we don't know of any in-wall smart receptacles rated for the job. Their internal electronics just can't tolerate damp conditions, freezing temperatures, and blistering summertime...

Its two outlets can be controlled independently LEDs indicate which outlets are electrified Compatible with Amazon Alexa. Google Assistant, and Cortana

You can’t schedule groups of Kasa Smart devices (only individual devices) The app offers no energy-monitoring features There’s no HomeKit support (though TP-Link says it’s coming)

Apr 2019