Kasa Smart HS200 Smart Light Switch HS200
- Operation Mode ON-OFF
- Current Rating 15 Amps
- Operating Voltage 120 Volts
- Contact Type Normally Closed
- Connector Type Screw
- Switch Style One-way
- Terminal Spst
- Material Plastic
- Item Dimensions LxWxH 1.5 x 3.3 x 5 inches
- Circuit Type Single Pole
- Mounting Type Pole,Wall Mount
- Actuator Type Push Button
- Contact Material Copper
- International Protection Rating IP00
- Number of Positions 2
- Lower Temperature Rating 32 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Upper-Temperature Rating 104 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Controller Type Vera, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, IOS, Android
- Control Method Voice
- Connectivity Protocol Wi-Fi
- Unit Count 1.0 Count
- Style Smart Light Switch
- Voltage 110 Volts
- Brand Kasa Smart
The HS200 allows you to remotely control your lights, ceiling fans, and other fixtures. The smart switch can be used to replace any conventional light switch and quickly connects to your home Wi-Fi using the free Kasa app. With Kasa, you can control connected fixtures from your phone or tablet as well as establish schedules, timers, and countdowns. When coupled with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Microsoft Cortana, the HS200 can be operated using your voice. Input Voltage: 100 – 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15 A.
Control your home lighting or ceiling fans on your phone from anywhere, anytime with the Kasa Smart app. turn fixtures on and off, set schedules, even group them with other Kasa Smart devices.
The app screen depicted is for visual reference only and does not necessarily represent actual product operation or app appearance.
- Easy Installation No need to understand complex wiring, just follow the step-by-step wiring process in the Kasa Smart app for a guided installation. Your Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch comes with labels, a faceplate and the necessary hardware for your convenience.
- Your Voice Has Power Use simple voice commands to control all of your smart light switches or light bulbs via Alexa, Google Assistant or SmartThings. Turn on kitchen lights when your hands are full, let your voice assistant know to turn off your lights, even turn off hallway lights as you’re walking to bed.
- Your Home. One App. The Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Swtich is part of the Kasa smart home family of devices including plugs, cameras, switches and more. With Kasa, your home is never more than a few taps away.
Ease to Use
- Remote Access – Control anything connected to your smart light switch, like lights, ceiling fans or other fixtures, from anywhere using the Kasa Smart app.
- Scheduling – Set lights to automatically turn on and off throughout the day or night whether you’re home or away.
- Away Mode – Set your smart light switch to turn connected fixtures on and off at random intervals to give the appearance you’re home even while you’re away.
- Group – Combine Kasa Smart devices for unified control with just a single tap.
Easy to Install
- Guided Installation – Follow a simple step-by-step in-app guide for installation.
- No Hub Required – Easily connect directly to your secured 2.4GHz home Wi-Fi network.
- Led Indicator – With an illuminating LED indicator, you’ll always be able to find your smart light switch even when it’s dark.
Plays well with Others
- Works with Vocie Assistants – Use simple voice commands with Alexa, Google Assistant or SmartThings
- Works with SmartThings – Control and manage your Kasa devices with SmartThings
- Input: 120V~ 60Hz
- Output: 15A General Use, 600W Incandescent
- 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, 802.11b/g/n
- Free Kasa Smart app and account
- Neutral wiring in wall box required
- Standard lighting wall box (at least 2 inches deep)
- Secured home Wi-Fi connection required
- Wi-Fi Protocol: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
- Wi-Fi Frequency: 2.4 GHz
- Kasa Smart app system requirement: Android 5.0 or higher, iOS 10 or higherz`
- Dimensions: 5.06 x 3.33 x 1.28 in (128.65 x 84.65 x 32.43 mm)
- Weight: 0.24 lb (0.11 kg)
- Indoor Use Only
- Buttons: On/Off Switch, Restart, Reset
- Operating Temperature: 0 ºC ~ 40 ºC (32°F ~ 104°F )
- Operating Humidity: 10%~90%RH, Non-condensing
- Certifications: FCC, IC, UL, RoHS
- 1× Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch
- 1× Wall Plate
- 4× Wire Nuts
- 1× Quick Start Guide
- 4× Wire Labels
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Frequently Asked Questions
Not likely. You can try it and possibly burn it up due to doubling the rated voltage of the switch.
A two pole switch may be connected to one or two hots, 110 or 220 volts (120/240). If the 2P switch is connected to two hots, it has 220 volts to it. If the 2 pole switch is connected to the same hot, 110 volts, then this would work well.
I am actually looking at the product page for the new TP-Link dimmer H220. This is a DIMMER! Apparently, Amazon mixes the questions and product reviews for all TP-Link products. So finding your answer is about searching. Some responders are talking about 3-way and 4-way setups. The dimmer H220 is only for single-pole setups.
You don’t need to use the supplied faceplate. It will fit a standard two-gang faceplace (for the appropriate button size) if you want to install two side-by-side, or next to a standard switch in a two-gang box. I’ve done this twice now, without trouble (apart from a little fiddling to get the two switches lined up right).
No apple homekit, but You can create a shortcut on your iPhone and control it with Siri or from apple native Shortcuts app. You can even add On of Off icons on your iPhone screen to control the switch.
No, you cannot replace a 3-way switch with this product.
I have the HS200 switch. It appears to work only with WiFi directly to your router. It think all the TP Link stuff works this way. Usually Z-wave devices would connect through a hub and then the hub connects to the router.
I don’t know about the switch acting as a dimmer…It wouldn’t work for my application, you have to have a neutral wire in the switch box for this to work, my house or my GF’s house isn’t wired that way. What works very well in it’s place is a wifi bulb, these you can set to 4 different brightness levels thru the KASA app on your phone…the Echo may even be able to dim the bulb by voice command, but I haven’t tried that yet.
Basically, yes. Each switch will fit within the space allotted for a standard switch BUT the smart switch will be deeper than a standard switch. Make sure your boxes are deep enough and you will be fine.
I have not see an option for that but might try a small sticker of some kind or a piece of white tape to cover it. I think it only serves to make it easier to locate the switch in the dark.
No energy monitoring function within or from switch.
The button fits the standard size opening of what’s called a “Decora” faceplate. You can buy combo faceplates with any combination of Decora and smaller toggle-switch openings, though of course some combos are rarer and harder to find. I use one that has one Decora opening for the TP-Link switch and 2 regular toggle switches.
Yes works with echo dot, no hub required. Does require download and install Kasa app and creating a Kasa account then linking to dot.
I see answers regarding both the light switch and regarding the smart outlet plug, too. The Kasa smart light switch can be manually turned on and off. You can use the app to turn the light switch, or the Kasa smart outlet plug, on and off too. The app can be used to set an on/off schedule for the light switches and the smart plugs. Alexa can be used to turn on or off either one as well. The Kasa smart outlet plug has a small button on its side to manually turn on or off the plugged in device, a lamp for example, if you misplace your phone or if Alexa is unavailable.
Unfortunately a neutral wire is required.
I don’t have a switch, just light bulbs. They perform like regular bulbs without without wi-fi so I would assume the switch would too. I would guess you leave in the “on” position with lights on to control remotely by wi-fi. Otherwise should act like normal switch.
Yes. Work perfectly