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No, it doesn’t.
Amazon Customer
· 29 November 2019
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It’s not going to be weather proof so it needs protection. Provided it is in range of your wifi modem it should be fine.
Suzanne
· 2 December 2019
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The HS100 only supports 2.4Ghz wifi connections.
Radio Parts Australia
Seller · 23 May 2019
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Yes you can through an app call Kasa
Marie Gabriele
· 26 October 2020
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Yes and yes to both questions
Ilias Karipidis
· 18 September 2020
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Unfortunately it is not compatible with Logitech’s Harmony Hub.
zaystr
Seller · 4 September 2019
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No you do not need a hub. Works 100% with Alexa to control your device.
Norbert Marion
· 12 January 2020
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If the unit is installed on a network which is connected to the Internet you can use it from anywhere you are on the Internet. I turn on an old style box airconditioner, exhaust fans, computer screens (bank of 4 on one PC), Christmas lights (after 30 Nov of course) and the hot water booster (via relay) all with separa… see more If the unit is installed on a network which is connected to the Internet you can use it from anywhere you are on the Internet. I turn on an old style box airconditioner, exhaust fans, computer screens (bank of 4 on one PC), Christmas lights (after 30 Nov of course) and the hot water booster (via relay) all with separate Smart plugs all linked using Google Assistant with either voice commands or via scheduling. Great little devices. See less If the unit is installed on a network which is connected to the Internet you can use it from anywhere you are on the Internet. I turn on an old style box airconditioner, exhaust fans, computer screens (bank of 4 on one PC), Christmas lights (after 30 Nov of course) and the hot water booster (via relay) all with separate Smart plugs all linked using Google Assistant with either voice commands or via scheduling. Great little devices.
Mr Lew
· 23 November 2019
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Hi , I've only used it to control lower power devices. I vaguely recall seeing a review where a vacuum had been used on the device several times and cooked it.

Having said that - the specs show the following : … see more
Hi , I've only used it to control lower power devices. I vaguely recall seeing a review where a vacuum had been used on the device several times and cooked it.

Having said that - the specs show the following :
Maximum Load 10A
Maximum Power 3.68KW

Check your oil heater to make sure it doesnt draw more and you should be alright. See less
Hi , I've only used it to control lower power devices. I vaguely recall seeing a review where a vacuum had been used on the device several times and cooked it.

Having said that - the specs show the following :
Maximum Load 10A
Maximum Power 3.68KW

Check your oil heater to make sure it doesnt draw more and you should be alright.

Mad_Dad
· 2 June 2019
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I plugged my electric blanket into this and used Alexa to turn it on and off when I needed to, instead of having to remember when I was near my bed. I found it to be easy to set up and very effective.
chermite
· 26 November 2019