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You will need to setup the devices in the Kasa app first. Then log into the Alexa app and bind the TP-Link Kasa account to your Alexa account. Then Alexa should discover your devices.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · July 16, 2019
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Yes -- the button on the side of each HS103 Smart Plug will toggle the power state of the Smart Plug, and the appliance connected to it. You can also conveniently turn the smart plugs on or off using the Kasa Smart app, or Amazon Alexa.

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Yes -- the button on the side of each HS103 Smart Plug will toggle the power state of the Smart Plug, and the appliance connected to it. You can also conveniently turn the smart plugs on or off using the Kasa Smart app, or Amazon Alexa.

Regards,
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Yes -- the button on the side of each HS103 Smart Plug will toggle the power state of the Smart Plug, and the appliance connected to it. You can also conveniently turn the smart plugs on or off using the Kasa Smart app, or Amazon Alexa.

Regards,
TP-Link Support

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · November 6, 2018
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They restore themselves. The only issue I’ve had is when our internet connection drops, sometimes I have to power cycle them to get them to become active in the app again.
Jammsher
· July 25, 2018
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Yes. I leave switch on bright. I have not found a way to adjust light
harley angel
· November 27, 2018
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I believe if you turn off switch on the plug then it turns off the WiFi and will need to turn on for Alexa to recognize it...u will have to reset occasionally...
Robert B
· August 16, 2019
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Not this one......... Take a look at their larger Plug model HS110, (not to be confused with their identical looking model HS100 which doesn't monitor consumption)
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So apparently they should not work with 5ghz. Neither do smart bulbs. I have a mesh network that combines 2.4 and 5 ghz. What is weird is that I can get these plugs to work on my network but not bulbs or light switches.
j
· August 10, 2019
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I’m not sure. I think, though, that on my phone’s Kasa app, which I use when I’m away from the house, the “devices” option , which shows you each of your plugs and lets you switch them on and off anytime you want, would likely indicate a non-response were the power to be out, but I don’t know if any notification gets … see more I’m not sure. I think, though, that on my phone’s Kasa app, which I use when I’m away from the house, the “devices” option , which shows you each of your plugs and lets you switch them on and off anytime you want, would likely indicate a non-response were the power to be out, but I don’t know if any notification gets sent to you because that’s require your WiFi to be on. I’ve had these plugs working for about a year now, and I’ve not had a power outage in that time, so I’m guessing. A darn good question to ask the actual Kasa company. I think I’d not use them for crucial appliances though. A freezer would risk a costly loss. But heck when you get them, just do a test run and cut your power briefly to your freezer and see if you get a notification of some sort on your phone app. But replug that freezer back in a regular socket!! Good luck! see less I’m not sure. I think, though, that on my phone’s Kasa app, which I use when I’m away from the house, the “devices” option , which shows you each of your plugs and lets you switch them on and off anytime you want, would likely indicate a non-response were the power to be out, but I don’t know if any notification gets sent to you because that’s require your WiFi to be on. I’ve had these plugs working for about a year now, and I’ve not had a power outage in that time, so I’m guessing. A darn good question to ask the actual Kasa company. I think I’d not use them for crucial appliances though. A freezer would risk a costly loss. But heck when you get them, just do a test run and cut your power briefly to your freezer and see if you get a notification of some sort on your phone app. But replug that freezer back in a regular socket!! Good luck!
Susie FM
· March 2, 2020
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I had the same question and measured it with a watt meter: It's 0.2 watt in when idle.
Tom Broich
· October 20, 2020
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Tengo algunos en exteriores, pero muy protegidos de la lluvia. Me encantan. Son muy cómodos y útiles. Espero le sea útil mi respuesta.
Margarita M
· November 2, 2020