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Have you ever thought of your appliances thinking about you or your home running on its own? Or if you can save more power without the need to run around your home now and then switch off the power points of your appliances? At MOKOSmart, there is a solution that makes these fantasies come true – the Smart Plug socket. You don’t have to worry anymore.
Essentially, a smart plug is a wall socket that can be remotely controlled after connecting it to a network. By remotely connecting a smart electric plug to a network, it becomes easier to schedule activities, link smart devices, and use voice commands. Plugging a normal wireless device into a smart plug comes with multiple options. Once you install a wireless plug socket at your home, you will be wondering how you ever lived before without having them.
MOKOSmart offers a one-stop IoT solution for smart plugs, sockets, switches, and other products. We customize all smart plugs based on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NB-IoT, ZigBee, and LoRaWAN technologies. Moreover, we manufacture various types of smart plugs for use in different countries. Altogether, we also support the wireless connectivity of multiple devices in a way that meets the user’s application requirements and functionality. Smart plug products available at MOKOSmart include; the UK gateway plugs, the US standard Wi-Fi energy monitoring plugs, and the Australian standard Bluetooth and Wi-Fi outlet plugs.
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How Smart Plug Outlet Works
Smart plugs enable the user to control the power delivered to the connected appliances easily. Essentially, they work by automatically switching appliances on and off via a switch connected to the outlet. Smart plugs have in-built circuitry that enables the user to easily control the plug through an application linked to a smartphone. A plug connected via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi links directly with a smartphone. The one connected via a Z-wave or Zigbee smart hub links indirectly.
Once you power the smart plug using the mobile app, it starts delivering energy to the connected appliances. When the smart plug is turned off through the app, it immediately stops delivering power. Other smart plugs are also capable of even recording the power consumed by the connected appliances.
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MOKO could provide different types of plug to apply to your countries. At the same time, we support multiple wireless communication ways and hardware components to meet your needs according to your application scenarios and functional requirements. For example, the final product can be a US standard WiFi energy monitoring plug, or it can be an Australian standard Bluetooth & WiFi remote control plug, or it can be a UK gateway plug.
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Benefits of smart plug sockets
- Enhances network connectivity in a home – Appliance or devices existing in a home can be turned into smart objects using a smart plug. Thereby, smart plugs facilitate easy communication between smart products.
- Remotely switches appliances on and off – Smart plugs easily turn applications on and off. Moreover, smart plugs can be used to check if there is any appliance running at home.
- Easy monitoring of energy used – Smart plugs enable a user to swiftly monitor the amount of energy used by appliances at home directly from a smartphone. Besides, smart plugs also notify the user whenever a device starts consuming unusual amounts of energy.
- Easy scheduling – Smart plugs let you set schedules on when your appliances should shut down or startup.
- Draws off vampire power – Smart plugs enable you to save the amount of energy you use as it helps you easily recognize the appliance guilty of phantom load at your home.
- Voice control – Smart plugs are built-in away that the user can operate the appliances connected to them by just a voice command.
- Improves home security – Smart plugs automatically switch lights on and off even while you are away. This makes you appear as like you are at home always, even while you are away.
Benefits of smart plug sockets
Identify appliances using a lot of energy helping you to save more
The amount an appliance consumes can be tracked once the application is connected through a smart plug. This helps the user to determine the appliances that consume more energy. When you never intend to buy many smart plugs, you can plug a single appliance at a time.
Arrangement for minimal vampire power
Vampire power is the energy used up by electric appliances during the standby mode. Smart plugs prevent the devices from consuming the vampire power. At times, the power consumed on standby mode can make up 10 percent of a household’s total electricity bills.
Optimize your mobile and toothbrush charging stations
Mobile phones and toothbrush charging stations only require 2-3 hours of continuous charging before power is disconnected. Thanks to the smart plug, it helps you to do this. You can automatically schedule to switch off the power of an appliance at a set time using a smart plug.
Reduce your chance of electrical fires
Connecting appliances through a smart plug ensures that they are switched off whenever they are not in use. This minimizes the chances of the appliances having faults or even catching fire when not under supervision.
Keep your home secure
When away from home, you can set actions using a mini smart socket before heading off. Smart plugs can be set to switch lights on and off automatically. This gives an impression that you are still around even when you may be far away from home.
Prepare a meal ahead of time
A smart plug enables you to easily upgrade a slow cooker that cannot be connected through the internet by default. Smart plugs can be used to control the supply of power on slow cookers. With the help of a smart plug, you can now easily prepare a meal ahead of time by remotely turning on a slow cooker using a mobile application before getting home.
Limit screen time
Smart plugs can be used to control power in a television, internet router, or even in the charging ports of a smartphone. By using a smart plug, you can now limit the time of screen watching.
Set the perfect temperature
Temperatures for fans and heater plug-ins can be set using smart plugs. Moreover, a smart plug prevents a fan from running at longer times by cutting down power when the user is not around.
Regulate your appliances with your voice
Some smart plugs are designed with an in-built voice command. By installing smart plugs at your home, you can successfully add voice control to your electrical sockets. This enables you to remotely turn your devices on and off without necessarily reaching over the plug.
If you are uncomfortable moving around, smart plugs let you easily access and automatically control plugged-in appliances while at any location. Smart home plugs from MOKO enable you to access your home remotely.
Christmas light automation
With the Christmas holidays approaching, consider purchasing smart plugs to control your Christmas decorations. Smart plugs automatically power off Christmas lights at set times, continuously as long as required.
An agricultural irrigation system connected to power by smart plugs is easy to manage. The smart plugs can sense and send collected data on temperature, pressure, and humidity to the BIoT platform.
Advantages of Wi-Fi Smart plugs over Bluetooth/ Zigbee/ LoRaWAN/ Z-Wave Smart Plugs
- Price – Wi-Fi smart plugs are less costly compared to the other home automation protocols. Moreover, it is much easier to acquire a DIY smart Wi-Fi socket, making it a cheaper option.
- Wi-Fi is more common – Most households are already connected with a Wi-Fi network; hence it is more convenient to use smart plugs with a Wi-Fi wall outlet. Besides, the other home automation protocols like Zigbee and Z-Wave require a hub to operate and are too technical.
- Simple to use – When it comes to simplicity, Wi-Fi smart sockets take the lead. As Wi-Fi is more common, the basic setup of the Wi-Fi electric outlet is easier, and the user does not necessarily have to purchase extra hardware.
Disadvantages of Wi-Fi Smart plugs over Bluetooth/ Zigbee/ LoRaWAN/ Z-Wave Smart Plugs
- Wi-Fi does not support mesh networks – Only a Z-Wave and Zigbee smart plug can be remotely controlled through a mesh network. Wi-Fi smart outlet plugs cannot communicate via a mesh network.
- Weak network – The Z-Wave and ZigBee protocols offer a stronger network over longer distances than Wi-Fi plug-in wall smart plugs.
- High power usage – Wi-Fi-controlled outlet smart plugs consume more power than those using the other home automation protocols.
- Can only connect a limited number of devices – Most Wi-Fi smart plugs can only connect to less than 20 appliances. More than 20 appliances slow down the strength of the Wi-Fi network. Zigbee can handle over a thousand connections, whereas Z-Wave can permit up to 231 connected devices per network.
Comparison between Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, LoRaWAN, and Z-Wave smart plugs
A smart Wi-Fi plug communicates to the central control hub using a Wi-Fi network. The data collected is then sent by the hub to the user’s mobile app still via Wi-Fi. On the other hand, for a Bluetooth smart plug to effectively work on the mobile app, smart home hub, or voice assistant, they must be connected to a Bluetooth outlet. A Zigbee plug uses a mesh network to send information to the control hub and only connects to Zigbee compatible hubs. The mesh networking also increases the range of the Zigbee devices connected to the network.
Smart plugs using the LoRaWAN protocol must be linked either to a public or private LoRaWAN network. The network enables the user to control the smart plug adapter operations on the connected appliances remotely. It also helps the user to monitor the energy consumed by appliances connected to the plug. For a Z-Wave smart outlet, you can only control it from your phone through the Z-Wave Hub. The Z-Wave hub enables you to manage wireless electric outlets. This home automation protocol enables you to remotely track the power consumed by the appliances connected to the plug.
All in all, the Wi-Fi smart plug is the most recommendable for smart home uses. The Wi-Fi network is a bit fast, economical, easy to install, widely available, and has a wide operating range compared to the other plugs.