Best/Cheapest Outlet for SmartThings?

I will definitely do what I can to help flesh out the wiki :slight_smile:

Do you happen to know the answer to my question above?

My only question…can anyone confirm whether the Dragontech PA-100 support energy consumption monitoring? I’ve searched high and low, and I can’t find any mention of it.

I’m guessing it doesn’t support it, since I don’t see it mentioned anywhere, but I figured I would check with you since I’ve seen you recommend it a few times :slight_smile:

It does not. This is just a basic value device. I’ve recommended it when people were looking for a budget price Z wave plus repeater, as it is one of the least expensive for that purpose. :sunglasses:

Great. Thanks for the info! :slight_smile:

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Hi all,

I’m looking for wall plugs but for Europe (220v). All I see are mostly for US using 120v. Can someone recommend me a wall plug for Europe ?

Thank you.
Daniel

As you’ve noticed, the device selection is different in different regions.

There is a section of this forum for those using the UK version of the SmartThings hub. That is where you will find discussions of EU Devices . :sunglasses:

For example, see the following thread (this is a clickable link)

Thank you so much. Did not notice that.

Best Regards.
Daniel

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Mike, cool graphs! How did you generate the graphs?

Grafana and influxdb on a Ubuntu VM. There’s a write up on here somewhere. Search for Grafana.

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Thanks for the pointer!

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What did you use to get the graphs?

Grafana, search the forums and you’ll find some write ups.

Are the Iris plugs easily discoverable? I don’t want to spend a lot of time setting them up in ST.

Very. The ST outlet is the same minus the z-wave relay. There is a device type on the forums here with a more fleshed out version, but ST should detect and make it work right out of the gate.