TP-LINK Tapo T300

TP-LINK Tapo T300

TP-LINK Tapo T300
TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-01 16:29:28 - last edited 2024-02-07 07:28:44
Model: Tapo T300  
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I am reading that the T300 Leak Sensor has a 90db alarm.

I have an existing automation in place where if a sensor/camera picks up motion, then the hub’s alarm is triggered.

Can I add to this automation the T300 alarm (i.e. if motion is detected then hub alarm goes off plus T300 alarm goes off)?

Thank you.  

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300 -Solution
2024-02-04 03:25:56 - last edited 2024-02-07 07:28:44

  @YGS_1 

 

T300's alarm only gets triggered when this is a water leak. It's not a dedicated alarm device like the Tapo hub.

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300 -Solution
2024-02-07 07:28:30 - last edited 2024-02-07 07:28:56

  @YGS_1 

 

That's what the Tapo hub can do. It's not only a controller for Tapo Sub-G devices but can also work as an alarm device. Tapo H100 and H200 are sold separately in some areas, so consider adding multiple hubs if you have a need to install alarm in multiple locations.

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-02 10:01:11

  @YGS_1 

 

What do you need it for? I don't see the necessity to disable a water leak sensor's alarm by a movement. Please describe in detail the reasons and scenarios based on which you proposed this feature request?

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-02 10:09:52

  @Wayne-TP 

 

Thank you. The hub is located next to router in the living room. If motion is detected by the sensors or the cameras and the alarm is triggered, I also need a siren to go off in the kitchen, which is away from the living room (i.e. with closed doors, the hub alarm will not be loud enough in the kitchen to hopefully scare off an intruder).

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300 -Solution
2024-02-04 03:25:56 - last edited 2024-02-07 07:28:44

  @YGS_1 

 

T300's alarm only gets triggered when this is a water leak. It's not a dedicated alarm device like the Tapo hub.

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-06 09:56:41

  @Wayne-TP 

 

Many thanks.

 

A standalone tapo siren would be a great addition to the products line.

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300 -Solution
2024-02-07 07:28:30 - last edited 2024-02-07 07:28:56

  @YGS_1 

 

That's what the Tapo hub can do. It's not only a controller for Tapo Sub-G devices but can also work as an alarm device. Tapo H100 and H200 are sold separately in some areas, so consider adding multiple hubs if you have a need to install alarm in multiple locations.

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-07 09:02:04

  @Wayne-TP

 My understanding is that the hub needs to be connected to the router via cable. If not, I will purchase a hub, pair it via wi-fi and use it as a siren.  

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Re:TP-LINK Tapo T300
2024-02-18 01:09:04

  @YGS_

 

Both Tapo H100 and H200 can be connected to router via 2.4GHz WiFi or ethernet cable (H200).

 

*Ethernet connection is required for H200 during the configuration, after that, the connection can be switched to WiFi if needed.

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