Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Timer, Max Load 15A/1875W, IP64 Weather Resistance, Compatible with Alexa, Google Home & SmartThings, No Hub Required, ETL Certified(KP401) – –

(10 customer reviews)


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【Long Wi-Fi Range and IP64】Long Wi-Fi range up to 300 feet with IP64 weather resistance. Waterproof cover is attached to protect it from dirt when not in use. Supports up to 15A/1875W.
【Voice and Remote Control】Add voice control to any outdoor outlet. Enjoy the hands-free convenience of controlling any outdoor electronic appliances with your voice via Alexa or Google Home Assistant. Turn electronics on and off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app, whether you are at home, in the office or on vacation.


Outdoor smart plug

Strong WiFi Connection Up to 300 ft

An outdoor plug needs a strong WiFi signal and the Kasa Smart WiFi Outdoor Plug has one of the strongest. With a built-in power amplifier for long range WiFi, the outdoor plug has a reach of up to 300 ft in open areas.


Control with a Single Tap

Remotely power your outdoor smart plug on or off with just a single tap on your phone. Group your indoor and outdoor devices for unified control like combining your living room bulbs with the patio lights connected to your outdoor plug, so you can light up your home for a memorable dinner party.


Control Individual Outlets

Control each outlet individually through the app or with Alexa and Google Assistant.


Grouping & Scenes

Group your plugs with other Kasa devices to turn them all on or off with one click or choose a custom preset with scenes.


Away Mode

Away Mode will automatically turn on and off your connected devices, like lights, to make it appear as if you’re home.


Countdown Timer

Set a timer for your plugs to automatically turn off when the time runs out.


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Product Description

Extend your Smart Home to the outdoors with the Kasa Smart Outdoor Plug KP401 with landscape lighting, swimming pool pumps, holiday lights, or other appliances. Use the sunrise/sunset offsetting to better schedule your connected device. The Kasa app contains not only all the feature you expect from TP-Link Kasa family include smart actions, but also guidance for you through each step of the installation to connect your smart plug with your home Wi-Fi, Alexa or Google assistant.

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10 reviews for Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Timer, Max Load 15A/1875W, IP64 Weather Resistance, Compatible with Alexa, Google Home & SmartThings, No Hub Required, ETL Certified(KP401) – –

  1. beau mcneill

    I needed a power switch that I can control while not being at an office in case I needed to power cycle a computer to get it to reboot. Being that the switch is outdoor rated it handles more watts so I feel comfortable with it hooked to my Plex server and I said the bios to automatically reboot if there’s a power outage so I can trip to switch in case my servers acting up to cause it to do a fresh reboot.

  2. Amazon Customer

    After an unsatisfactory experience with a different brand of wireless switch, purchased this one and it works great. It is NOT dependent on your phone’s Bluetooth, it’s a true Wi-Fi switch with great reception range. App is easy to download and the switch works just fine.Just a few suggestions: it would be great if the manufacturer had a 90° plug/cord that would be an easier fit inside the outdoor weatherproof outlet enclosure. Also, designing the housing with a slight bottom edge so that the outlet is recessed which would make it even more weatherproof providing a drip shield where it is most needed. Otherwise it works great.

  3. Prashant Rana

    Quick to setup and I m using it with my outdoor side-yard and it has been wonderful using it without any delay or glitch.

  4. abby

    I just bought a house with a pool this winter. When I was opening the pool up for the first time, the pool guy recommended I get an electrician to come out and set up some thing to coordinate a schedule, or I will have to either remember to come out twice a day to turn my pool pump on/off or have it running 24/7.Hiring an electrician to set up some new system = $$$Buying this thingamajig = like $15SUPER EASY to set up.I set up a schedule on my phone and forgot about it. It does everything it needs to do. The outlet it’s plugged into is outdoors, and it’s been going strong with no issues for months.With this heatwave, I want to be perfectly sure my pool is clean and ready for swimming, so I can set up temporary schedules or manually turn it on or off from my phone within seconds, from anywhere.And since I typically don’t have my phone with me by the pool, the button allows you to manually control it as well.I don’t use Alexa often because the voice-command system kind of creeps me out still (I only ever use it if I’m cooking, my hands are dirty, and I need to know like a measurement conversion or something), BUT I tried it out once just to see if it would work and it did. All I can say about that.I’m thinking of buying more for outdoor lights.

  5. Jeff House

    I purchased this to be able to control my pergola string lights. Previously, I had one with a remote. That was ok, but this is much better. I can control the lights with my phone, with Alexa, or I can set the lights on a timer. I already was using the Kasa app for other items in my home, so this was a no-brainer.

  6. Erin

    I use this for my fountain in the backyard and it’s working perfectly. I love kasa tp-link products. I have two bulbs and now three plugs and they all work wonderfully. The app is also really easy to use with a great layout and has a widget for the iPhone which is handy. I can’t recommend this brand enough and I know I’ll be buying more of their products.

  7. Thomas K.

    I have this hooked to the lights at my fire pit, works great and is able to hook to Alexa from a distance that was surprised with

  8. Hacien

    We have almost 100 smart devices in our home between Ring, Amazon, Rachio, and TP-Link Kasa. I was looking for something that I could hang my string lights on and still be able to tell Alexa to turn them on without flipping a switch etc. this worked exactly as I had hoped and even impressed a few friends along the way

  9. F. New

    Got this to control my outdoor lighting. The plug sits right on the ground and I never have a problem with it getting wet and shorting out. App is easy to use and I have my lights set to come on at sunset and turn off at 10:30 pm. I can also use Alexa to alter the schedule or simply turn them on or off.

  10. Brian Walker

    I’m a big fan of all of the Kasa smart plugs, switches and bulbs. This device works great. We put it out in a water tight box to allow us to control our fountain. Works great and doesn’t seem to be affected by the Texas summer heat.

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