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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
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This goes in a power point.
You would need a power point and a 2.4ghz router.
Considering your hot water is direct from a breaker I don't think this will work. … see more
This goes in a power point.
You would need a power point and a 2.4ghz router.
Considering your hot water is direct from a breaker I don't think this will work.
Considering how poorly you have constructed your question I don't you have the ability to wire this in. See less
This goes in a power point.
You would need a power point and a 2.4ghz router.
Considering your hot water is direct from a breaker I don't think this will work.
Considering how poorly you have constructed your question I don't you have the ability to wire this in.

Kris
· 13 January 2020
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Mine doesn't. The unit resynchronises and then follows the schedule that I have set.
That said, the unit appears to get confused with short blackouts and loses the schedule. When this happens the switch stays in the mode it was in (off or on).
This is for blackouts longer than an auto-reclose (<2sec) and up to a minute.

Mr. A. Cruickshank
· 26 June 2019
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It can, but does very much depend on the plug type, for example if a discreete plug it may not be an issue, however if a larger pluf which includes a transformer it may be then be an issue. I did need to use an extension cord/power board to get around this BUT needed them anyway so it wasnt too much of an issue.
GjB
· 22 June 2020
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Providing this is connected in your home via the home network you can use your phone to turn it on and off either via Alexa Ap or the TP link ap. It does have to be on a home network though.
Suzanne
· 28 January 2020
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All wifi has an SSID, this is just the name of the wifi network. So yes it does work. You need to make sure you connect it to a 2.4Ghz network as it wont work on the faster 5GHz.
Mike
· 20 May 2019
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You are able to control through an app on a smart device. It is a great feature. We are able to control lamps throughout our house whilst traveling.
Ian Stewart
· 8 May 2019