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TP-Link 20% off at Wireless 1 Stackable with 5% (P5OZZIE), eg. HS100 Smart Plug $34.20 (Was $45)

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Wireless 1 have 20% eligible TP-link stock as found here:
https://www.ebay.com.au/sme/wireless1_eshop/Extra-20-off/so....
Discount applies automatically at checkout.

You can stack it for another 5% off using code P5OZZIE Original 5% off Sitewide at eBay Deal Post

I picked up another HS100 Smart Wifi Plug for $34.20 delivered) which I know is a great price:
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/TP-Link-HS100-Smart-Wi-Fi-Plug-/...

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    HS100 Smart Plug vs Belkin WeMo Switch?

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      I can't comment on WeMo as I have never used them (plus I believe they have been discontinued).

      What I do like about the TP-Link:
      1) The ability to set it natively to turn on/off and sunrise/sunset.
      2) Set a countdown timer.
      3) Set "away mode" where the switch will turn on and off randomly making it look like someone is home.
      4) IFTTT compatible with Kasa (says it's beta but everything worked for me).
      5) Unlike my Yeelight which often become "offline", these haven't skipped a beat.

      Room for improvement:
      1) Tasker integration is hacky/tricky.
      2) There is only one native widget and lists all scenes and devices (can't create a widget with just one device). This can be worked around using the IFTTT button though.

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        The away mode sounds cool! Thanks for the summary. :)

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          I liked the away mode too. And you can see on your phone when it goes off and on (or get alerts via IFTTT when it turns itself on/off if so desired).
          You just set a time range (eg 7pm - 10:30pm), select which or all of the 7 days you want it to run, and that's about it. Very easy to use.

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        Also native support with Google Home

        • +1 vote

          Oh yes. Google Assistant/Home integration is big plus I forgot about.

          A small minus… the plug is a little large and can block the second powerpoint. Fixed by using a double-adapter.

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          @shavi:
          Yeah, currently using couple of with Google Home/Home assistant.
          Trying to decide if I need more. Have my Entertainment Setup and Computer covered but not really anything else I can think of I need/want to be able to control the power for. Oh well grab another anyway, sure it will come in handy. :)

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          @escorpse: I have my lights (lamps) mostly. Lounge turns on at sunset. When I go to bed the lounge turns off and my bedside lamp turns on. Just bought a 3rd plug, use is TBD but turning off all the home theatre gear (7 devices) so it's not on standby is an idea.

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          @shavi:
          Yeah I grabbed a couple more, thinking of possibly for fans or when I get this new room built.
          For lights I am trailing xioami stuff, works good so far and also native support now with Google Home/Assistant.

          I have a broadlink light switch too I need to try eventually to see if that works as I am not wanting to replace all the lights bulbs just yet as they are practically all brand new LED ones.

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          @escorpse: As per a previous comment, my Yeelight keeps going offline. Very annoying. Seems to be a common problem according to Googs, but Xiaomi's response is to update the firmware which doesn't seem to help.

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          @shavi:
          Only got one of the RGB bulbs and a led strip. Not had an issue with it yet. Will leave it on for about 4-6hrs at a time.
          Never had to look into any issue with them going off myself.

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        apart from lights, what are the geeky usage ?

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          I wanted to use mine to turn on/off a wireless sub automatically when I turn on the speakers (via home assistant) but due to it disconnecting every day the plan is falling apart. Order a xiaomi one to test one so hoping it will be better.

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        Do you have any issues with yours? Mine always disconnects off the network, even after setting static IP it does the same. Mostly happens in areas where wifi signals are weaker which is usually where power points are since they're in the far corners of the house. I find even when next to the ap the wifi signal is still weak but at least it doesnt disconnect as often (once a week maybe).

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          No issue with my HS100 (a few months worth). Rock solid.

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          @shavi: maybe I should try out the other one I got, the current could be a lemon

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          @zorrt: If you work out the issue (router related etc), please let me know. Maybe the fix will work with my Yeelights.

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          I do get that happening on mine, but I think for me it is more to with playing around with Wifi and having two different brand AP's broadcasting the same SSID.
          I need to sit down and sort that out.

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          @escorpse: I only have one ubiquiti ap but still happens, one thing I haven't tried was setting a fixed channel so will give that a go I guess before opening the other one. Could also be the Huawei modem for NBN too since thats controlling the IP (wifi off on huawei).

          Have you tried giving it a static IP? One thing I didn't mention above, before setting a static IP even when the tplink was next to the ap it will still disconnect. After setting static ip it would stay connected and maybe disconnect once a week. But leaving it next to the ap isn't what I want.

          @shavi: Maybe you can try static IP too? Bit of a long shot but doesn't hurt right? My Yeelight bulbs are on static IP also but that's only because I need it for home assistant. There also a new update, mines updating now.

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          @zorrt:
          Still on ADSL here and NBN is about 99% done (we are about the only ones without it) on our street. So waiting for this service to come around as I know I will need some near gear. Kinda cannot be bother to have to reset it all up again :) Google Home still sees it when I can not so that is fine for now.

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          @shavi: Pretty sure it's just a shonky unit I got but after setting a fixed wifi channel it hasn't dropped in 4 days which is a big improvement from daily dropouts. So what I've done so far is setting a static ip to the device + setting a fixed wifi channel instead of letting the uniquiti auto select. Worth a shot for your yeelights I guess.

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          @zorrt: Thanks for letting me know. I set up a static ip but that didn't work. Will give a fixed wifi channel a go.
          What's interesting, when it's offline (according to the widget), sometimes i'll open the app, do a refresh (drag down), and sometimes it'll go back online. But not all the time. If that's the case, think it might be app related (cos my IFTTT morning schedule always runs without fail).

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          @shavi: ah if it's just that, that happens to me too when using the mi home app. I rarely use the app however as I control it via home assistant and google voice.

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    any good one with Q.C. chip for NBN?

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    Anyone knows whether Archer D9 can be used for FTTN?

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    Has anyone found when this promotion ends ?

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      Can't find a date.
      just says 'On select items only. Offers are subject to change at anytime, while supplies last."

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, picked up the TP-Link SG1016PE for $147.29 (20% off TP Link stacked with 5% P5OZZIE).

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    Thanks for this guys, after the double discount got the http://www.tp-link.com.au/products/details/cat-15_Archer-VR2... for $35 cheaper than MSY and that is also without postage and handling and it ticks all the boxes FTTP FTTN etc etc
    not the fasted dual band wireless but for the price it is a good all rounder (I have a long reliable history with TPLINK, been using a VG3631 for years without any problems)

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