Tapo P100, a smart socket in the mini version
TP-Link successively introduces new devices to its offer that help to control home Wi-Fi, and make the house a bit smarter. The advantage of TP-Link devices is that they are non-invasive. They do not require any particular infrastructure. Classic plug & play.
Tapo P100 is new on offer TP-Link the so-called. smart socket. With it, you can easily manage your home equipment, such as an iron, switched on light or looses a heater during your absence. Just plug a Tapo P100 into an ordinary electrical socket to use the application to turn off the iron connected to it, which you can never be sure of whether it was turned off before leaving the house. Whoever has heard the classic question even once in their lives, being halfway on vacation, "and you turned off the iron?", He will appreciate such a possibility.
The application that supports the socket allows you to create schedules through which at a specific time will automatically turn on or off the devices connected to it e.g. kitchen fan, air conditioner or aquarium light. On the one hand, it saves money and, on the other, more comfort. It is easy to imagine the scenario in which before returning home, we start the air conditioner remotely to enter a cooler room on a hot summer day. At the same time Tapo P100 can protect your home against thieves. workinge in remote modem socket automatically onandturns the light on and off at different times. efficiently maskingAC nopresence of household members.
The socket requires no additional installation. They are simply plugged into a classic electrical outlet. And thanks to the small dimensions, it doesn't bother connecting other devices to neighboring sockets, if any.
There is of course a free application to control the Tapo P100. The device can also steer voice via Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Neither is needed no additional controller or controller, the device communicates using a home Wi-Fi networkFi. The price is about 60 PLN. Moderate, considering the peace of mind gained by the way. | allthingsblogging.com