Tuesday, July 10, 2018

SMART Solar Power IFTTT Home Automation

TP-Link Smart Wifi Plug
So far we have tested IFTTT.COM and our SMART Solar Power dashboard with a few smart wi-fi plugs. Being able to trigger these devices when such events as excess solar are present.

Meaning your excess solar is now going to an appliance in the home, instead of back to the grid for little financial return.

What any smart wi-fi plug or smart device needs to have created within IFTTT, is the ability for it to be turned on / off. This turning on / off will then be controlled by the energy monitoring levels within our SMART Solar Power dashboard.

SMART Solar Power Dashboard
SMART Solar Power Dashboard

Smart wi-fi plugs tested so far are:

  • WeMo
  • TP-Link
  • D-Link

We are interested in hearing from a small select group of 'energy monitoring homes', to work with us in applying the polish to our creation.

If you have one of our home energy monitoring solutions or are interested in jumping onboard, then we would love to hear from you.

Please email the office in the first case.

This blog post brought to you by Aussie Home Energy, a major player in the HOME ELECTRICITY SAVING SERVICE industry in Australia.

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