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The annoying thing is that I can’t ever seem to find power strips with individually addressable outlets.

Not even being picky and sticking with an open protocol like ptpp but any kind of internet controllable power strip. All I can find are single outlets at ~$25 a piece.






I have had good success with TPlinks plugs. I use the single, the single with power monitoring and a multi plug with individually addressable outlets (not sure if it’s 4 or 6).

It plays nicely with Home Assistant. https://www.kasasmart.com/us/products/smart-plugs/kasa-smart...


Thank you!

We've used a non-WiFi version of these at work with great success:

https://dlidirect.com/products/new-pro-switch

Fairly expensive though.


If you search on Amazon for wifi power strip there are several inexpensive options to choose from, starting at about $25 for a four outlet model with individually controllable outlets.



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