There are two models of the wifi-enabled outlets–a 15A dual outlet and a 20A dual outlet. All sites have what the company describes as' Ultra-precise monitoring of power,' which is within 0.1 percent of the accuracy. Each socket also comes with separate capacitive touch buttons to turn the individual sockets on or off and have plug detection technology for safety. Such phones are also one of the few products that use NFC technology to connect the phone to HomeKit, removing the need to check the HomeKit code received.
As with the updated version of the ConnectSense Smart Outlet 2, these are also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
The 15A version is priced at US$79.95, with the 20A version coming in at US$99.95
For more information, visit the ConnectSense site – iot.connectsense.com
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