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Old 02-10-2020, 02:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by hayden55 View Post
I've thought/done the same thing.
Hopefully the breaker box one is good because TP-Link sucks. Everything I have from them. They just never stay sync'd. The setup is always a pita as well.
I used to have issues with TP-Link stuff losing sync, but not recently. The Kasa app has been pretty good lately and no lost devices in quite a few months. It's my favorite in the 3 different products I've tried.

There's no getting around working on the live panel when you attach to the main feed, but I just wore rubber gloves and shoes, and the sensors themselves are plastic. Of course, a smart person would turn off the main breaker for the branch circuits, but my family needed power at the time I was working on it.

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