This is a tuya-based smart WiFi controlled wall plug that's designed to be used outdoors with it's IP44 weatherproof rating. It can be powered on via the button or controlled with the Grid Connect app for iOS/Android. Through the app you can control and track the energy usage of devices connected to the plug.
I checked a few local stores in Tassie and they had stacks of these on sale for $20. The I/N for this is 0331159 and currently Bunnings have the exact same model on their website for $36.34 with the I/N 0273373. I checked with staff and they confirmed that they're identical models and should be on sale nationwide.
It's unclear why the website has a different I/N. It may have a different I/N due to using a chip that's not hackable.
For the technical people out there who want to integrate this with Home Assistant I found a guide and there's some work required. You'll need to use LocalTuya integration and obtain the "localkey" for it to work. Alternatively use the dev portal to obtain the local key and skipping the steps below.
- Install old "Smart Life 3.7.1" on your rooted Android phone
- Pair the device using the app
- Connect the Android phone using USB cable to a computer and enable USB debugging
- On your computer, in shell, use adb to find the localKey:
- adb root
- adb shell
- cat /data/data/com.tuya.smartlife/shared_prefs/*
- // search for "localKey"
- 1 Switch state: False/True
- 9 - example value: 0
- 18 - example value: 192 = 0.192A; Current, unit= [mA]
- 19 - example value: 208 = 20.8W; Power / Current Consumption [W], multiplier 0.1
- 20 - 2292; Voltage [V], multiplier 0.1
- 21 - example value: 1, ???
- 22 - example value: 1704, ???
- 23 - example value: 19745, ???
- 24 - example value: 57428, ???
- 25 - example value: 720, ???
- 26 - example value: 0, ???
- 38 - example value: memory, ???