HooToo Wi-Fi Smart Switch Outlet, Remote Control Your Electronics from Anywhere (Monitor Energy Usage, Timing Control, Surge-proof)

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  • Turn your regular electrical appliances into "the internet of things"

  • Easy to install and simple to use

  • Turn appliances and electronic devices on and off from anywhere + monitor and control energy usage and costs from anywhere.

  • Support status tracking, home appliances status timely feedback to your device.

  • Scheduled Tasks and Shutdown Timer Utilities so you can customize your control over your devices. NOTE: Currently, the smart outlet only supports router 2.4GHz wireless network. If your router has 2.4GHz / 5GHz double frequency, please turn off 5G and select 2.4G only. The default password of the outlet is 11111111.


Customer Reviews

    Technical Details

    Model HT-HS02

    Manuals,Drivers,App,Software

    FAQ

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    Does it work with alexa?
    A: No.

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    Is it compatable with amazon echo?
    A: It seems Mr. Tracy answered that one. Echo/Alexa same thing, I believe. I'm using the TP-Link plug I got here and that works Echo/Alexa.

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    Can you turn it on/off manualy and also by iphone?
    A: Only by phone app.

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    Access this via cloud? Or does your control app need to be on a phone/tablet that is on the same home wifi network?
    A: You can turn on/off by internet conection anywhere. All outlets must be on the same place concted on the same wifi.

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    would the app work on samsung galaxy s4 running android os 4.4.4?
    A: The app does work on my droid mini running Android 4.4.4

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    Is the switch based on ESP8266 ?
    A: No, it is based on MT7628 and runs linux

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    Has anyone tried to connect to the Tuya Smart app so you can connect to Amazon Alexa?
    A: I could not get this connected to my router. It did not work for me.

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    Has anyone opened one up? Would like a picture of the inner workings. Hoping to buy one and hack for use with opensource home automation.
    A: I logged in with Telnet, uses MT7628 and runs linux, only trouble is I cant find how to activate the relay.