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Smart WiFi Enabled Plug Capsule With Dual Controls

Updated on July 30, 2018
Smart WiFi Plug
Smart WiFi Plug | Source

What is a Smart WiFi Plug and how does it work?

A smart wifi plug is a product and device that helps and allows you take control over your everyday life electronics with a simple push of a button or by voice command. This includes your appliances, cell phones, tablets, and even your lights and smart TVs. Most of these smart wifi plugs have an application that will let you download and allow you to connect all devices and electronics connected. All products will need to be connected to the same internet connection as the plug. This will allow the plug to work properly and also allow you to control your appliances and devices as well. This is also another form of home automation and an easy way to get into knowing the IOT (Internet of Things). Below, I will discuss a smart wifi plug from the company Tuya. There will also be included a video tutorial and links where to buy.

Smart WiFi
Smart WiFi | Source

Toyuugo Smart WiFi Mini Outlet

The Toyuugo WiFi enabled dual control plug is a smart wifi plug that works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and works with the IFTTT app on Google Play and Apple App Store.

The functions of this device work with voice controls, remote control, it's an energy monitoring and saver, its independent control, it includes dual sockets and allows you to set timers and schedules. Below, I go into detail and explain all the functions and what they can do.

The Functions of the Smart WiFi Plug

Functions:

Voice Control:

Voice controls giving you your hands-free to manage your devices through voice commands.

Remote Control:

You can turn on or off the device from office, coffee shop, or a random place or site.

Energy Monitoring:

This function will allow you to check power source and history, estimate the energy costs, and help manage to control the watt usage.

Independent Control:

The independent controls give you one-on-one controls that help make your home appliances safer.

Dual Socket:

Both sockets are allowed and able to work on their own. You won't need both sockets on at the same time in order for the device to work properly. You can use one at a time or use both.

Set Time/Schedule:

You can set on or off timers and schedules to get your home automation.


The Verdict

As you can see, the smart wifi plug can be very useful in the home. It can be controlled by your voice, a timer, or just by a push of a button. It is very easy to use and setup. For families, this would be great for everyone in the household that have busy lives and crazy schedules. This plug is also a money saver. As you use the product more and more, you'll see how much money you saved on energy. This is great to get into the IOT and using home automation. Are you using a smart plug? If not, you might want to think about this product and how helpful and useful it can be for you and your family.

How To Use Smart WiFi Plug and Setup

5 stars for Toyuugo Smart WiFi Plug Mini Outlet

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