TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug with Energy Monitoring

Smart Plugs: A smart plug is a power receptacle that plugs into an electrical outlet, typically a wall outlet, and provides the ability to turn on and off the power supplied to the appliance plugged into it either remotely or based on a schedule.

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TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug with Energy Monitoring

The Kasa Wi-Fi Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application remotely and in real time. It can connect to an organization’s Wi-Fi network to provide remote access over the Internet. Through the mobile app, users can monitor the status of each Kasa smart plug, assign multiple smart plugs into one group, toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet, create schedules for each smart plug, and integrate with smart speaker or other ecosystems. The mobile app’s energy dashboard provides real-time measurements as well as cumulative readings of energy usage and runtime for the day, past 7 days and past 30 days.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through organization's 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Programmable schedules for one-time and recurring on/off operations
  • Provides daily energy usage information for the day-of, past 7 days, and past 30 days
  • Device management and control through a mobile app