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Have More Control with Smart Plugs & Smart Outlets

Save Energy with Smart Plugs & Outlets

What is a smart plug? Smart plugs, sometimes referred to as Wi-Fi outlets, allow you to control lamps, and other plugged-in lights from virtually anywhere with the features listed below.

  • Amazon® Alexa Integration
  • Universal Compatibility
  • Professional Installation
  • Space-Efficient Design
  • Two-Way Communication
  • Schedule-Timed Events

With a smart outlet or plug, you can not only control light switches in your home, but anything plugged into a wall outlet. Save energy and preserve safety at the same time with a Wi-Fi controlled outlet from Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Premier Provider.

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Convenient On/Off Capabilities

With a Wi-Fi smart plug, you can easily connect lights and small appliances using Z-wave modules. Then, with the ADT Pulse® mobile app or from your ADT-monitored security system from Protect Your Home, you can turn lights on and off and power down small appliances from virtually anywhere—inside your home and out! No more worries about leaving the toaster oven on or lighting up the whole neighborhood while you’re gone—you can take your on/off switches with you.

Z-Wave Smart Plug Integrates with Home Assistants

Using your ADT-monitored home security system isn’t the only way to control your smart outlet. Alexa from Amazon® and other home assistants are compatible with this particular Wi-Fi smart plug. Now you can turn lamps and small appliances on and off with a voice command. It’s easy to turn your old-school outlet into an Amazon® Alexa smart plug—setup is as easy as adding a new skill to your home assistant.

Integrate with ADT Pulse®

It’s also easy to integrate smart plugs and outlets with your ADT Pulse® mobile app. Once you have added smart plugs on your MyADT dashboard, you can control lamps and other plugged-in lights and small appliances from your phone or tablet. Wondering if you left the lights on is no longer a worry with smart plugs connected to ADT Pulse®.

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Incandescent lights should be turned off whenever they are not needed, as 90% of the energy they use produces heat rather than light.

Source: U.S. Department of Energy

Smart Plug Features

Amazon® Alexa Integration

Smart plugs integrate with Amazon® Alexa or other home assistants, allowing you to turn lights and small appliances on and off via voice command.

Universal Compatibility

Smart plugs work with LED, CFL, halogen, and incandescent bulbs, as well as small appliances, to give you better control and save energy.

Professional Installation

Installers are available to get your smart plugs and outlets set up for your convenience—you won’t have to worry about a thing.

Space-Efficient Design

Their unique design allows smart plugs to go into one outlet without blocking other nearby outlets, saving you space—and the need for power strips and extension cords.

Two-Way Communication

A dual-direction connection enables better communication with devices, ensuring that your plugs operate reliably in the home.

Scheduling Capability

Set recurring events for lights to turn on and off (or dim) at specific times of day for energy savings.

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Smart Plug Specifications

Smart plugs outlets
  • Dimensions

    3.5 x 2.4 x 2.2 inches

  • Power

    120VAC, 60Hz

  • Weight

    5.6 oz.

  • Signal Frequency

    908.42

  • Z-Wave

    Mesh network

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I connect my smart plug to Amazon® Alexa?

Integrate Amazon® Alexa with your ADT-monitored security system by adding the Alexa Smart Home Skill, which enables you to arm your security system, turn lights on and off, and more. If your smart plug is already integrated in your ADT-monitored system, it will follow Amazon® Alexa commands. If you are adding it later, you will need to add it to your MyADT dashboard, after which it will be available via Alexa.

How do smart plugs work?

Smart plugs work by turning off the power from wall outlets to whatever is plugged into them. This enables you to turn on and off lights and small appliances plugged in via smart plugs from your phone or ADT dashboard.

How do I use my smart plug?

Plug your smart plug into a wall outlet. Plug a lamp or small appliance into the smart plug itself rather than the outlet—that enables control of whatever is plugged in via your ADT-monitored system, smart home assistant, or mobile device using the ADT Pulse® mobile app.

What can I use with my smart plug?

Smart plugs work with small appliances and plug-in lights. Lights and lamps that are compatible include, but are not limited to, LED, CFL, halogen, and incandescent bulbs.