TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch

TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch

TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch

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TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch

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Product Highlights

  • Remotely Control Your Lights
  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi
  • Compatible with iOS & Android Devices
  • Easy-to-Use Kasa Application
  • Programmable Scheduling
  • Away Mode
  • LED Indicator
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n Network Protocol
  • Power, Restart, and Reset Buttons
  • Works with Alexa and Google Assistant
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Remotely control your home's lights from your mobile device using the HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch from TP-Link. The light switch features built-in Wi-Fi, allowing you to use the company's Kasa application to access your lights from anywhere there is an internet connection. The app also allows you to schedule your lights to go on or off at certain times, and it has an away mode that will randomly turn your lights on and off while you are away, to make it look like your home is occupied. For additional convenience, the switch is compatible with Amazon's Alexa, enabling you to control your lights with voice commands for hands-free use. There is an LED indicator so that you can find the light switch in the dark, and there are power, restart, and reset buttons on the switch for easy local control.

Remote Access
Conveniently control your home lighting from your smartphone or tablet
Mobile App
With the Kasa mobile application you can access your lights from anywhere there is internet
Scheduling
Program your lights to turn on/off at dawn, dusk, or depending on your daily schedule
Away Mode
Set your lights to randomly turn on and off while you are away, giving your home a lived-in look
LED Indicator
An LED indicator enables you to easily find the switch in dark rooms
Alexa and Google Assistant Compatibility
Alexa and Google Assistant are digital ecosystems that enable you to interact with and control compatible devices simply by using your voice. Additionally, app control lets you use your smartphone to access functions on the go.
UPC: 845973096113
In the Box
TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch
  • Face Plate
  • 4 x Wire Nuts
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    TP-Link HS200 specs

    Network
    Protocol IEEE 802.11b/g/n
    Wireless 2.4 GHz, 1T1R
    System Requirements Android 4.1 or higher
    iOS 8 or higher
    Electrical
    Input Voltage 100 to 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15 A
    Output Voltage 100 to 120 VAC
    Maximum Load 15 A, 600 W incandescent
    Maximum Power 3.68 KW
    General
    Buttons Power, restart, reset
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Operating Humidity 5 to 90% RH, non-condensing
    Certifications RoHS, EAC, FCC, UL
    Material PC
    Dimensions 5.0 x 3.3 x 1.5" / 12.7 x 8.4 x 3.8 cm
    Weight 4.7 oz / 133.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.772 x 4.724 x 2.441"

    TP-Link HS200 reviews

    HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 59.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Life-changing! Super easy to install as long as you have a simple switch: needs a bundle of white neutral wires, two black (or, in my case, one black and one white), and a green or copper ground. If your lights are controlled by more than one switch, you'll need to disable the other switches, which is possible but becomes a whole separate operation.� We installed 4 on Thanksgiving weekend. Two were simple (single pole) changeovers, and the other two required disabling one or two other switches. It took a ton of research but is well worth it to come home to all of the lights on or tell Alexa to turn them on or off when your hands are full. I wish I had purchased more than 4!
    Date published: 2017-12-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very satisfied with the HS200 smart wi-fi switch The switch came with everything I needed to install. The install was almost as easy as replacing a standard switch, only needed to make a connection to the existing neutral wire. I have a electrical box deeper than the standard box which made fitting the larger HS200 switch and wires a non-issue.� Setting up the switch with the Kasa app was also easy, just followed the instructions in the app.� It works as it should. My only wish is that the switch came in other colors as well as white.� I have a place to use another switch or two, but the white switch would not fit in cosmetically with the rest of the switches and outlets in my other applications.
    Date published: 2018-04-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Control a Wall Switch Wirelessly from Anywhere (Part 3) This is a review of a free product received from TP-LINK for testing and feedback as part of their review program. HS200 specifications are: 110-120 VAC, 15A Max, 3.68KW Max, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n @2.4GHz. The HS200 comes with a 2-year warranty and unlimited 24x7 toll-free telephone and email technical support. During regular business hours technicians in California usually pick-up, after-hours calls get answered by English speaking techies in China. A complete 29 page User Guide PDF file can be downloaded from TP-LINK's website. I have found the TP-LINK Tech Support Forums to be very helpful. My wish list (two suggestions for future TP-LINK development): (1.) I'd appreciate a version of the Kasa App for Windows-10. (2). Please make Smart Switches that do not require a Neutral line connection. This would simplify installation in older homes. To complement this review, I've posted a slideshow with additional screenshots on YouTube. Look for: TP-Link HS200 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch, Ron Z, Jul 22, 2016.
    Date published: 2016-07-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Control a Wall Switch Wirelessly from Anywhere (Part 2) Wi-Fi connections have been stable and reliable. Likewise, for my new HS200 Smart Wall Switch. All these TP-LINK Smart devices are located several rooms away far from the router. They never disconnect. My routers are the the TP-LINK Archer C3150 and C5400. Kasa, on multiple Android tablets, controls these Smart Plugs and the Smart Switch, Locally (in the same house over the same LAN) and Remotely (wherever Internet is available). Anyone paranoid about security, can just skip Cloud Account registration which disables Remote control. My Smart Plugs and Smart Wall Switch all work fine both Locally and Remotely. Just plugged them in and configured on an Android tablet with Kasa. I didn't need to edit anything in my router's configuration. Setup was simple. Anyone can get these TP-LINK Smart devices working. The HS200 Smart Wall Switch is also a sophisticated digital rule-based timer. Schedule events to turn a device On/Off, selecting times and days of the week; even different times on different days. Away Mode specifies a time period during which a connected device will turn On/Off randomly, mimicking someone being at home. In Schedule and Away Mode, SUNRISE or SUNSET can also be assigned. Timer turns a connected device either On/Off after a specified period of time. Preparation is the key to successfully installing and wiring the HS200. TP-LINK does its best to help with three comprehensive tutorials. Suggest doing some homework before tackling this project. You need a single switch wall box that has a four-wire system (2 live/load wires, 1 ground wire, 1 neutral line). Don't rely on the color coding of old wires. (1.) YouTube video, TP-LINK HS200 Smart WiFi Light Switch Setup Tutorial. (2.) TP-LINK website, FAQ-1128, How to install TP-LINK Smart Plug to your electrical line. (3.) Kasa App, Kasa will guide you through the wiring process. In Kasa select Add device, SMART SWITCH, Before we start, NOT YET, Lets get started.
    Date published: 2016-07-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Control a Wall Switch Wirelessly from Anywhere This is a review of a free product received from TP-LINK for testing and feedback as part of their review program. I replaced a standard manual wall switch with the HS200 Smart Switch. So now my Living Room Chandelier is connected by Wi-Fi to the Internet and can be remotely controlled using my Smartphone or Tablet from anywhere in the world. I had a single switch wall box which turned a large decorative Living Room Chandelier On/Off. I replaced that manual switch with the HS200 Smart Switch. Since the Chandelier is visible to the street, through a window, I reasoned that having it controlled by a Smart Switch could help deter burglars. I had no problems installing the HS200. My existing single switch wall box had a Neutral Line and I used the plastic HS200 Switch Plate. As for manual operation, a gentle tap on the large rectangular button turns the HS200 On or Off. It's a momentary switch. Very little movement is needed to toggle between On and Off. An internal glowing circle of light makes it easy to locate the Smart Switch in a dark room. Below the main HS200 On/Off switch are two small rectangular buttons. RESET for an App or Factory Reset. RESTART to reboot. The HS200 works with Kasa, a free Android and iOS app. Kasa on your Smartphone or Tablet can turn the Smart Switch On/Off locally and remotely. Voice commands work on Amazon Alexa devices (Echo, Echo Dot, Tap). With Alexa, multiple TP-LINK Smart Switches and Plugs can be grouped under one name. HS200 Wi-Fi operates on the 2.4GHz band. That gives it a good Wi-Fi range and makes it compatible with all routers. If the 5GHz band had been used, the speed increase would have been inconsequential, but the range would have been less and older routers wouldn't have been accommodated. I've been using TP-LINK HS100 and HS110 Smart Plugs to automate my home for several months. They have worked great. My Smart Plugs control a fan, desk lamp, air conditioner, and TP-LINK NC250 Security Camera.
    Date published: 2016-07-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for home automation I'll preface this with I'm very comfortable with home electrical work, if you're not this might be a little more complicated for someone who is not comfortable with electrical wiring at home. Great product, looks clean, fits in with my existing decora style switches. I did have to chisel away a little dry wall behind the face plate of my switches to get everything to sit flush with the wall, but otherwise quick install, no issues. I like the app, it's clean and works well. Integration with Alexa was quick and easy. Overall love it, looking forward to installing some of the dimable modules.
    Date published: 2018-01-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from functionally decent, less crazy about the aesthetics Overall, this is a really good product. This switch works well, and the app to control it seems stable, clean, and fairly functionally complete. There are just a couple caveats: 1. The switch will NOT connect to an open network. I live in a remote area and really have no cause to password-protect my network, so prefer an open network and was rather irked that I had to spend about 8 hours updating passwords on the other gazillion legacy devices that use it, including a few remote cameras that are very difficult to update. TP-Link really shouldn't play Big Brother here. If I'm willing to accept the risk of an open network, that should be my choice, not theirs. 2. The design of the switch is a bit odd and looks awkward and out of place in a multi-gang box next to a traditional decora switch. (a.) The switch is hinged at the top and is pushed only at the bottom to turn on/off, so it protrudes quite far and is noticeably different from the traditional centrally-hinged decora rocker. (b.) The bezel around the switch is substantially narrower than what's traditional. (c.) I'm not crazy about the glowing white circle and would prefer something a bit smaller and less obtrusive. My other switches with night lights use little green and red LEDs, which I think are much more common.
    Date published: 2017-11-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well designed smart switch If you have a neutral in your switch box, this is the way to go.� The smart switch must draw more than what a typical in-wall timer would draw since it requires the neutral.� It has a subtle light in the switch itself, which is nice if your room is dark - you immediately see the switch.� It works well manually and by remote as well as with Alexa.� The advantage of having a switch vice something like the Philips Hue is that you can manually override anytime you want, which is kind of nice.� The other nice advantage is that you can use it as a timer too.
    Date published: 2017-12-17
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