Wi-Fi Smart Plug: Control devices from anywhere
Posted on 07 May 2014.
D-Link announced the Wi-Fi Smart Plug (DSP-W215), which allows users to monitor and control their home's electronic devices from anywhere. Using the free mydlink app for iOS and Android smartphones or tablets, users can set power on/off schedules, turn devices on and off remotely and monitor energy usage at home or on-the-go.


With advanced power scheduling features, the mydlink app can be used to create on/off schedules for home appliances and devices, a useful feature for increasing home security with automated lights. For even more peace-of-mind, the Wi-Fi Smart Plug comes with a built-in thermal sensor that will automatically shut off connected devices if they overheat.

In addition, the mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plug features a simple one-button installation – users press the WPS button on their existing router and on the Smart Plug, and then download the mydlink Smart Plug mobile app to start setup.

The mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plug delivers a range of easy-to-use features, including:

Power scheduling – easily create on/off schedules for home appliances, lights and other electronic devices powered through the Wi-Fi Smart Plug.

Local and remote control – use the free and intuitive mydlink smart plug mobile app to instantly turn devices on or off from an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.

Energy usage statistics – monitor power consumption of connected devices.

Overheating protection – the built-in thermal sensor will automatically turn off overheating appliances.

Wi-Fi connectivity – requires no additional hub or device, works with any Wi-Fi network.

Simple setup – Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button offers quick and easy setup to connect to any router supporting the WPS standard.

The Wi-Fi Smart Plug is now available for $49.99.





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