TRÅDFRI Wireless control outlet, smart

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Now it's really easy for anyone to use smart products. The outlet allows you to connect any lamp, coffee maker or another household appliance to the control outlet and control it from a distance.

Article Number003.644.77

Product details

You can use TRÅDFRI control outlet to connect a coffee maker or other small appliances to the IKEA Home smart app and TRÅDFRI gateway so that the appliance can be turned on or off with the app’s timer.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

  • You can add up to 10 lamps or smaller appliances so that all of them turn on or off at same time.

    You need one of the steering devices in the TRÅDFRI series (remote control, wireless dimmer or wireless motion sensor) in order to connect your control outlet with the gateway and the app.

    Works with IKEA Home smart.

    Standby power consumption: 0.3W.

    You need the TRÅDFRI gateway to use the IKEA Home smart app. Download the app for free via Google Play or App Store, depending on which mobile device you have.

    Add the TRÅDFRI gateway and IKEA Home smart app for control through Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Home.

    Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

    Max. output power: 2990W.

  • Material
    Polycarbonate plastic
    Care

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • This product bears the CE mark.

Measurements

Length: 100 mm

Width: 53 mm

Depth: 62 mm

  • TRÅDFRIArticle Number003.644.77

    Width: 10 cm

    Height: 9 cm

    Length: 15 cm

    Weight: 0.21 kg

    Package(s): 1

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A bit expensive but worth it.Verified ReviewerI use these with switch and I integrate them into Google home so I have the best of both worlds. I use them to turn on light, fans, etc. The Ikea android app could be better but overall they deliver a good product that works well.5
Very handyAnonymous reviewerI bought few of these at the beginning of 2020 and now before Christmas I bought 3 more. Had trouble adding them into the Ikea app with the remote. However after resetting and pairing the remote again, I was able to add them very easily. They make my life easier with all the automation. Haven't had any issues with them until a week ago when 2 became unreachable. Wasn't able to switch off the lights from my phone or voice. Finally after switching the sockets off for few seconds and switching them back on, they came back to life and no problem since. Bit worrying though if I was away on a holiday and the plugs become unreachable, the lights (or other appliances) will stay turned on the whole time. Hope it was just the one off... Otherwise very happy with them, the price is a great value5
Does what it says onVerified ReviewerDoes what it says on the box.5
Excellent Zigbee Smart PlugVerified ReviewerExcellent addition to my home automation, pairs with my Hubitat hub with no issues (after a reset). My only minor issue is there is no way of switching it on and off from the plug itself.5
Works with SmartThingsVerified ReviewerYou don’t need a Gateway or any steering device as these work natively with the SmartThings hub. I have a SmartThings hub with various smart items from different manufacturers. These outlets are brilliant and pair locally with the SmartThings hub - no Ikea gateway required.5
Great value for moneyVerified ReviewerWork perfectly with a Conbee-II and Deconz via Home Assistant. At this price they're hard to beat!5
Simple to use & works brilliantly with Philips HueVerified ReviewerThe socket was easy to set up with the Ikea hub and remote switch, but it was also very easy to add to my existing Philips Hue network - although the unit appeared as an on/off lamp, rather than an accessory socket as I expected. Once added to the Hue system, it could be controlled and scheduled as any other device, and added to rooms and scenes like a Hue product, and will also appear on the Alexa app if you have an Echo or similar device. These sockets are around a third of the cost of the Philips versions, making them a great alternative, and this allows you to use them without the Ikea hub if you already have an existing Hue system at home.5
Verified ReviewerGreat product works well.5
No longer working, Hard reset does not workVerified ReviewerHave 2 of these, both initially connected to Trader hub no issues. Then one started to drop off almost everyday. Needed just a mains switch reboot to reset & then worked fine. Then that wouldn't work and the other control outlet dropped from Hub not seen for 3 days. I have done hard reset on both then tried pairing with remote which seems to work but doesn't reconnect to hub. So deleted both from hub, nothing I do will now make them connect. No support online apart from hard reset & start again which I have done many times.1
Work Great with Apple HomeKitVerified ReviewerVery badly advertised. This plug is useless on it's own. To get a basic setup, you need at least one plug and one steering device (a remote control.) You can then control the plug (on/off) with the remote control. You can control up to 10 plugs with the remote control. They will all do the exact same. Power on/off all 10 plugs. Not very useful, they are capable of far more! Add the Round Base Station and cable that into your Router and you can now get the power of the toys. You will now be able to use the App on your phone. This now allows individual control of the devices. eg. Power On/Off each plug individually. This means to get control from your phone, you need at least 1 plug, one remote control, and 1 Hub. Note that the remote control is probably only going to be used to pair the plug to the Hub, and then you'll do everything from your phone. Once you have this all working with the IKEA app, you can add the Hub to your Apple HomeKit by scanning the code on the back of the Hub. Now you can get HomeKit automations and Siri integration, and you have the full power of the setup. (Alexa needs a similar setup to HomeKit) Once you have this stuff working HomeKit, it's great. Plugs are cheap and you can just keep expanding it. The same is true for the Light Bulbs. You need the bulb, a remotr control and the hub to control them from your phone or Alexa or Siri. Initial setup is more expensive than initially expected as you need a plug (£10) Remote (£15) Hub(£25) but once you have that, each additional plug is just £10.5
Would probably be a fantastic product butVerified ReviewerWould probably be a fantastic product but nowhere did it say that a gateway was need so I now have 2 smart plugs that are useless well advertised not1
Great when you pair it with a 'steering device'.Verified ReviewerDoes what it should, gives control (on / off) to a mains socket. No problems so far, easy to set up. Happy.5
Wireless control plugVerified ReviewerHaving problems sometimes it works sometimes it doesn’t. We spoke to a staff member and they said to return it as it sounds faulty. We have another plug the same and that one works perfectly and has done so for the last 9 months.3
Works well and great valueVerified ReviewerThis is superb value and I prefer Zigbee to the more common WiFi as it is more power efficient and designed for this type of usage. I use these directly with an Amazon Echo Plus rather than the Tradfri gateway as I find this more reliable and feature complete.5
Tradfri smart outletVerified ReviewerThis outlet is okay, it's quite minimal, but lacks a manual switch on it, there are times when you want it to just act like a normal outlet3
Brilliant socketAnonymous reviewerA brilliant socket and price. I have 8 of these connected to my Smartthings system at home and they do a great job at a fraction of the price of a smartthings socket which costs about £40. Just one feature missing which needs to be added - a manual button to turn the socket on or off.5
Great homekit plugsVerified ReviewerI bought these as they are the only homekit plugs in UK that I am aware of that work with a hub and not direct wifi or bluetooth. You need the Tradfri gateway for this. I only wish Ikea would make the pairing process easier. Works with all the major voice assists too. Love them. They are small but not as small as some of the others I have seen. Also, you can't just buy this on its own. You will need a steering device to pair it with the hub.4
Broke within a monthVerified ReviewerBought one of these and it stopped working after a month, it started to turn our tv on and off repeatedly. Reset and resynced and problem comes back again straight away.1
Verified ReviewerAsked if it worked with Alexa, told it would. But it doesn’t.1
Excellent productVerified ReviewerWhat more is there to say. It does exactly what it says on the tin.5

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