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Operate electrical appliances remotely with this TP-Link mini smart Wi-Fi plug. It lets you switch lights and other electronics on and off, check their current status and schedule their operation from your mobile device via the Kasa app. This TP-Link mini smart Wi-Fi plug supports voice control when paired with your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
Compatible with Android and iOS
The Kasa app lets you control smart Wi-Fi plugs using any Android (4.1 and higher) and iOS (iOS 8 and higher) device.
Keep outlets free
Compact design blends into your power outlet without blocking adjacent sockets.
Stay on schedule
Create on/off schedules, timers and countdowns or set to work around dawn and dusk.
Know what's happening
Check to see if connected devices are on/off from anywhere for peace of mind.
Feel more secure
Switch lights on/off at different times with Away Mode to make it seem like you're home.
Pair to Amazon Alexa or The Google Assistant to enable voice control.
No hub required
Works with the Wi-Fi you already have in your home, no hub or accessories required.
With a thickness of just 1.5 inches, the smart plug blends into any room’s décor and your outlet without blocking adjacent power sockets.
A:AnswerI'm assuming your buying 2 amazon echo dot's (alexa is the voice control/automation interface in the echo dot's)
Basically you will plug the Echo Dot's into a standard outlet anywhere you wish so as long as the area has wifi. You will want the Echo Dots powered on at all times so they can respond to your voice commands.
The Kasa plugs can be used anywhere in your home you have wifi. The Kasa plugs get their commands via wifi and do not have to be in the same room as the Echo Dot's.
Once the Echo Dot's are setup and running properly using the Alexa app on you phone or tablet, you can proceed to setup the Kasa smart plugs. You will need to install the Kasa app on your phone or tablet and follow installation steps to connect the wifi plugs to your home wifi and then link them to the Amazon Echo dot/Alexa automation system.
It's not too difficult at all. Good Luck.