Ron Czapala wrote: »
Therefore I must conclude that the outlet has memory and a clock. The timer settings were stored and activated properly even thought the WiFi was not available.
It is more sophisticated than I suspected.
erco wrote: »
I've been seeing lots of Amazon pop up ads the last few days for these wifi outlets, 4 for $30. A decent deal, but what can you really control with them besides lamps? Ad says 10A rating, mentions electric hot water heater and AC. I have neither. And why do I want to remotely turn off my hot water heater, exactly?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B3Q352Y/ref=asc_df_B07B3Q352Y5492181
pjv wrote: »
Ooooops... I believe that calculates to $0.85 per year.
xanadu wrote: »
READ!? Then I wouldn't be able to screw up simple calculations