Securifi Smart Peanut Plug Zigbee HA 1.2 for $10, limit 3 @ Buydig.com


(Ranga Pedamallu) #1

https://www.buydig.com/shop/product/SECPPWHTUS/Securifi-Smart-Peanut-Plug-for-Android-and-iOS-PP-WHT-US

Use coupon code: ZWFI2X5

Limit 3 per order.


(Ron Talley) #2

Does this work with SmartThings? Does it read power?


(Ranga Pedamallu) #3

As far as I know, they work fine with ST along with zigbee repeating except power reporting.


#4

Order seemed to go through OK.

Thanks!


(Jimmy) #5

Got one of Amazon for $10 last week. Works with manually assigning the smart sense outlet device type. Power reporting does not work.


(Realy Living Dream) #6

Power reporting doesn’t even work with the Almond hubs, so no loss there I have 1/2 dozen of them and they work most of the time. I have to reset about 1 a month because it gets lost.


(Ron Talley) #7

Ordered. Don’t have a clue what I’ll do with them as I’m all switch and plug tapped out…

Guess they can go into the X-Mas tree box.


(Realy Living Dream) #8

They go into the big box of " for future projects" stuff on the top shelf where the wife can’t see/reach them. I


(Jeffrey Ropp) #9

Received mine today and it seems to work reliably after updating the device type.

$10 for lamp control works for me.

Thanks for the tip.


(Isaac) #10

Which device type are you using?


(Nate) #11

Getting message that coupon is no longer usable.


#12

I use the Zigbee Power Switch and it works great so far. Like others have noted, there is no power reporting though.


#13

I am using “SmartPower Outlet” and no power reported. But is works.

Was as easy as Pair mode->plug-in and boom it was there as a Thing.


(Jovan) #14

how do these compare to the iris plugs? i know those are a lot more $ but they seem to report power and act as both z-wave and zigbee repeaters


(Realy Living Dream) #15

No ZW repeater, that was an experiment exclusively for Lowe’s. Peanut power reporting was supposed to be in a FW update 2+ years ago that never happened. Securifi has pretty much just washed their hands of most of their 1st & 2nd gen HA & routers, moved on.to their new mesh Wi-Fi & subscription firewall service.
Nothing wrong with the Peanuts as long as you don’t need the power reporting. If you need power reporting than go with the Iris.


(Jimmy) #16

1/3 of the features, but it is a little smaller and “sexier” IMO


(Realy Living Dream) #17

The side button instead of on the face can be more convenient depending on the installation. Separate inclusion button is a definite + .