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[Kogan First] Smart Power Board with USB Ports & Energy Meter $31.99 Delivered @ Kogan


I bought these last time for 29.99 each I think.
These are great honestly

Just don't be using heavily demanding stuff like heaters on these and they go long life.

Quite reliable (as long as you don't go near the 2400W or 10 A) and
of course works with Google and Alexa my main requirement.

You can customize your automations in tuya smartlife app too.

Stay in control of all your favourite devices thanks to the Kogan SmarterHome™ Smart Power Board, allowing you to quickly and easily schedule timers, turn devices on/off and monitor how much power your devices are really consuming.

3 × 240V/10A Power sockets
3 × 5V/2.4A Quick charge USB ports
Individually controlled power outlets and USB ports via the free SmarterHome™ app
Set timers and on/off schedules for your devices
Turn individual power sockets on/off
Compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
Energy-efficient with overload protection
Stay in control

Plug into a wall socket, connect to your existing home Wi-Fi and enjoy greater control over all of your favourite home appliances via the free SmarterHome™ app, Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.

Put a dent in energy bills

Set up schedules and timers using the SmarterHome™ app, turn individual power sockets on and off, turn off devices from wherever you are and easily check just how much power your favourite devices are using, helping to minimise your energy consumption and putting a dent in your energy bills.

Protect your devices

Thanks to the built-in overload protection, you can be sure your favourite devices are protected against damage from unexpected power surges.

Please note that Google Assistant/Amazon Alexa can only control the core functions of this product. To make full use of all functions, please download the Kogan SmarterHometm app.

The device is only capable of connecting with a 2.4GHz wifi network, it is not compatible with 5GHz wifi networks.

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  • Do you know how much the standby power these use?

    • I got some energy saving double adapters where the bottom one was activated when the device plugged into the top was turned on.
      Had computer in the top a power board in the bottom with everything else. Speakers, monitor, printer, external hdds etc and it actually used more in standby…. 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Haven't thought of it but it surely save more energy than leaving the appliances plugged in all time

  • If you want to charge your phone overnight, one way is to plug it into the usb port for this and set the charger to go off after a certain time, and then restart the charging around an hour before you normally get up. That way you are not charging it the whole night. You could even have it charging on and off every hour throughout the night.

    • why though?

      • Why indeed.

        You can keep a lithium cell (what powers phones, laptops and everything portable these days) healthier by charging it at a slower rate. If you had the whole night to charge, it would be better to use the lowest rated charger you had.

        Theoretically lithium cells function best when charged up to 80% of their capacity. My guess would be that's what they are doing, charging the phone to roughly 80%, and then giving it a boost to full just before they wake up. That way it doesn't sit for half the night with battery at 100%.

        Seems like a lot of effort to go to though

  • These are of good quality and responsive through their app. But be careful if you are planning to use it with alexa. Alexa will reply 50% of the time that device isn"t responding and device has some sleep or network disconnection issues. I have ASUS RT-AC68U router and generally my wifi network is pretty stable and I dont experience this issue with any of my other wifi devices controlled via alexa.

  • Anyone know if the latest version of these works with tuya-convert?

  • Quite reliable (as long as you don't go near the 2400W or 10 A) and

    What are you basing this on? Do they relays get excessively hot?

    I'd have thought heaters, as they are just resistive loads, would be less of a risk than, say motors or air-conditioners, which could reduce relay life.