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Orvibo S20 Smart Plug $20.20 @ Banggood ($18.18 Via Mobile App for First Time Customers)


These wifi/cloud enabled smart plugs allow you to turn on/off any connected power device using the Wiwo smartphone app available on IOS/Android. You can set an automomous timer to schedule powering on/off these devices at any time. You can also set a countdown timer to power off the device after a specified period after it is turned on, or from when the timer is created.

I bought one of these devices last week and it works like a charm. These are much cheaper than similar devices like the Belkin Wemo which retail in excess of $69, or the Panasonic smart plug which retails for $89.

Get 10% off your first order if you install the Banggood application, bringing the price down to $18.18. Make sure you select free delivery. Mine was received 8 days after placing the order. This is the cheapest price that I've found beating Gearbest, AliExpress, and Ebay. Paypal supported.

https://www.amazon.com/Orvibo-Socket-Electronics-Anywhere-Wi… - 4/5 average
http://www.gearbest.com/diy-parts-and-tools/pp_133571.html - 4.9/5 average
Banggood - 4.7/5 average

It's a wifi socket that connects to the internet.
The S20 smart socket connects your home electronics to the internet so that you can remote control all of them through 2G,3G or Wi-Fi at anytime and anywhere.
Set a timer on the outet, keep your devices safe with a longer life, never worry again about being overcharged.
Friendly app design and easy to use.

Supports Wi-Fi network.
Supports smart configure net technology, easy to access settings.
Supports status tracking, sends feedback from home appliances to your device.
Power indicator to help track energy spending.
Supports up to 10 timing tasks.
Supports up to 150 Wi-Fi smart socket from one smart device.
Easy installation, easy handling and can be activated immediately and stably.
Ce, RoHS, reach Approval.

Color: Pearl White
Size: (l)103(w)63(h)37mm
Weight: 110G
Material: ABS 94v-0
Voltage range: 100-240V AC
Max current: 10a
Wireless frequency: 2.4122.484Ghz
Wireless IEEE standards: 802.11b/g/N
Security: WPA2-psk WPA WPA2 WEP Wps2 WAPI/
Encryption type: WEP TKIP AES
Wireless consuming: ≤0.3W
Working condition temp: -2045 degree
Humidity: ≤80%

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  • Wow, nice find. The Wemo product works ok for me, but it is expensive.

  • Hmmm, is it possible to turn off the internet part?

    • got some, see how they go :)

    • Realistically, you'd need to go into your router's configuration and block outbound traffic at the mac address level.

      Turning off UPnP on your router would break a lot of apps (such as Plex), so unless you want to manually configure all your port forwarding rules, I wouldn't recommend this.

  • quick read around says it needs to connect to your modem for internet access.

    Some info on rassberry pi forums

    • In theory if the ports aren't forwarded through the router, then it shouldn't be accessible from outside anyway. if UPNP is enabled, then they may be, at which time you simply need to find the port/s it is using and prevent the traffic from getting through on them.

      Other option could be to set a really secure password (think 64 characters), and I don't imagine it'd be a problem then.

  • +2

    Working condition temp: -2045 degree

    Rest assured even if hell does freeze over, it will continue functioning.

    • The manual says it's not recommended to use in bathrooms or rooms with a lot of moisture. I do, anyway.

      I personally use it in my bathroom where I have a dehumidifier that auto turns off after 30 mins of it being turned on, as my wife always forgets to turn it on/off and the walls are soaked with condensation after a shower.

  • I always worry about these sorts of devices burning down the house. I'm not saying that it's likely, but if it did, what are the consequences? Would you be covered by your insurance?

    • Would you be covered by your insurance?

      Probably find atleast 10 ways to weasel their way out of paying anyway…

    • It's no different than anything you buy from <any shop in NZ>

      • Don't devices sold in NZ have to go through an approval process before they can be sold?

        • It's like buying overseas lightbulbs. There is some sort of agreement between NZ and China for their certification processes, but I haven't found out a lot about it.

  • +1

    wish they worked with Amazon Echo

    • +1

      First thing I looked for too….

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