Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300, Surge Protector with 6 Individually Controlled Smart Outlets and 3 USB Ports, Works with Alexa & Google Home, No Hub Required , White

(6 customer reviews)
BrandKasa Smart
Total Power Outlets6
Voltage240 Volts
Item Dimensions LxWxH14.17 x 2.49 x 1.48 inches
Item Weight702 Grams
  • 6 smart outlets: Independently control 6 smart outlets, and charge 3 devices with built in USB ports, Ideal for controlling electronics in your home, home office, or small business
  • Surge protection: ETL certified surge protection shields sensitive electronics and appliances from sudden power surges that can occur during weather storms and cause irreparable damage
  • Energy monitoring : Monitor how much energy devices connected to the power strip consume, Check on each one from your Kasa smart app and turn off ones that are using too much power
  • Control from anywhere: Control connected devices from anywhere with the Kasa Smart app. Power up your office remotely and even your holiday lights from the app
  • Voice control: Remotely control your smart plug and use voice commands with Alexa, Google Assistant, or MicroSoft Cortana. Plug type:3-prong plug
SKU: B07G95FFN3 Category:
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Device detailed description

With independent control of 6 devices and extra USB ports to charge 3 others, the kasa smart Wi-Fi power strip is ideal for your family rooms, home office or small business, power up your office remotely and even your holiday lights. Remotely control each outlet with the kasa smart app or use voice commands with Alexa, Google assistant, or Microsoft cortana. Kasa app system requirement: iOS 10 or Android 4.4 or higher.

Features and specification

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

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Color Available colors

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Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎2-year warranty

Product Dimensions

‎14.17 x 2.49 x 1.48 inches





Included Components

‎1 HS300 Kasa Smart Power Strip,Quick Start Guide

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Plug Format

Frequently asked question

Does the energy monitoring monitor each port individually or the whole power strip?

The HS300's Energy Monitoring feature provides the ability to monitor energy usage for each individual port. Regards, … see more The HS300's Energy Monitoring feature provides the ability to monitor energy usage for each individual port. Regards, TP-Link Support

How many joules?

According to an article on pcmag dot com, this surge protector offers 1,710 joules of protection. Google search for “HS300 joules pcmag” and it should be the first result. Hope this helps, as I had the same question but couldn’t find a good answer.

If you lose power when it comes back on line, what happens if the internet is down? Do the outlets return their prevous state or stay off?

Oh.. so you mean power is back while internet is not? Yes, it will return to previous state but you can't control it until the wifi is back.

Maybe I'm missing it but how long is the cord?

Cord - 3ft

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  • Anonymous

    great smart power strip

    really like this power strip – got two of them. use it with google home to control lots of things by voice/app. bought the first one for the living room to use with the lights. appreciate the usb ports to have phone chargers threaded through to the couch. liked it enough that we bought a second one for the dining room. appreciate it both for the convenience and for power saving. especially helpful bc our house is older and doesn’t have a ton of outlets.

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  • Anonymous

    Easy to sync

    We use this in our bedroom to control our tv, DVD player and sound bar so we don’t have to look for each remote Alexa will turn every thing for you

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  • Anonymous

    Energy Monitoring & Solid App

    This my second of these to own. I have had it about a year. One of the things I love is the ability to monitor energy usage of the devices plugged. One monitors my Television, Satellite TV and a few small electronics. I have the other one on several battery chargers for my regular batteries and the batteries for my power tools. I have each plug socket on a schedule to only come on during the night when power costs are lower and only to run for a small amount of time per day. My batteries are always charged and I use less power to keep them fresh. The app is also really well designed. You can turn devices on or off manually from the app or look at the power consumption for the day, week, or month. It has never failed to stay connected to my wifi or to respond immediately to the app. I don’t use home voice controls so I don’t know about that.

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  • Anonymous

    Great, even for tinkerers/homelabs!

    Why is it great for tinkerers/homelabs you may ask?
    It’s a power strip that’s regularly on sale for $45. You may think that’s a lot for a power strip, but once you realize that it has not only INDIVIDUAL CONTROL on each outlet, but also power monitoring on each outlet? That’s an INSANE feature to have.
    Currently, I have one on a 3D printer. It controls the printer itself, the light, and the monitor (which doesn’t always have to be on) – the ability to see a rough estimate (I haven’t verified the accuracy of the power usage) of the power usage, and integrate with OctoPrint to automatically turn the printer and light on/off is amazing. I ordered a second one to use for the server rack and be able to monitor the power usage of the core network (Modem, Router, Switch) as well as a quick ‘remote reboot’ for them all.
    It’s plastic, so it’s not the most sturdy power strip ever. WiFi signal is actually pretty good, never had communication issues with it even when other devices struggle. The firmware is old enough that it can be directly accessed/toggled, though this isn’t guaranteed to be the case for long – the smart plug minis have been updated (so I hear) to disable it due to security concerns, who knows if that affects or will be applied to this.
    Sure, you can get more open ones, or even ones that work better with your setup. But for the price, and the feature set, I’d 100% recommend this hidden gem just because it has much more than you expect at first glance. But only on sale, I don’t believe it’s worth the full price of $80.

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  • Anonymous

    Great product, but frequently disconnects from wi-fi

    I love these strips and have around 10 of them now. They are really really nice, and the Kasa app software is incredible.
    The only downside of these strips is that they frequently disconnect, and require you to flip the power off and on, for instance with your toe. Until you do this, the device will have a red light saying it lost its connection, and Alexa complains.
    It happens about once a week per device, and all six plugs stop responding to Alexa until you power cycle. Make sure you don’t have a computer plugged into it.
    This is mostly an issue with further-away wifi connections. I just wish the device reconnect logic were a bit more robust.
    Other than that, amazing product. I just wish they would let you name the entire strip in the software, since managing 10 of these is a chore.

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  • Anonymous

    Seems great so far

    So far it’s been great. Does exactly what is supposed to and setup was simple. I love how you can control each outlet and it has power monitoring.
    Wish the app was better for routines/skills but it does exactly what I need it to so oh well.
    I can control it through Alexa and so far no weirdness there.
    I haven’t tried the USB ports but I’m glad they are there. The cord is a good length and I already had some kasa products so I was used to the features.
    The app is really simple though. That is both a good thing, for newbies and a not so great thing for power-users.
    I’m already looking at other kasa products so I’d definitely recommend this to others.

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