Tapo Smart Sensors

Welcome to the Tapo Smart Sensors Forum! If you have any questions, need help with configuration, or want to show off how you have automated your Smart Home, this is the place to do so!
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Welcome to the Forum for Tapo’s New Sub-G Smart Sensors! This thread will serve to gather any common issues seen across the community, answer any questions that we see from week to week, and keep ever
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What is Sub-GHz Communication? Many of the newest sensors and devices from Tapo are able to take advantage of TP-Links Sub-GHz technology to bring new features, functionality, and product types to use
By Riley_S · Latest post 2023-08-26 22:43:52 by H242
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What are Local Smart Actions / Automations? The Tapo H100 has recently been updated with a few exciting features, such as support for Local Smart Actions – allowing for more reliable and quicker-react
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Hello, Hope everybody is well. This is my first posting here. Does anyone know if a message can be sent to a smartphone or email address, when a certain event happens like the temperature drops below
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New Arrival: S200D Smart Remote Dimmer Switch Making Your Smart Home Accessible to Guests (Sub-GHz Hub Required) Smart Actions – Control and set multiple lights, electronics, and other Tapo smart devi
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Tapo T315: Smart Temperature and Humdity Monitor w/ E-Ink Display Tapo T310: Smart Temperature and Humidity Sensor Product Overview | Buy Now on Amazon Product Overview | Buy Now on Amazon Real-Time &
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First Sub-Ghz Sensors Released from Tapo Tapo T100: Sub-GHz Smart Motion Sensor Tapo’s New T100 Smart Motion Sensor is set to be one of the most powerful additions to the Tapo Line of products, allowi
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There are a few important things to consider before getting started. Most importantly, if you are using the temperature or humidity readings for an automation trigger, the Smart Action will only be tr
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