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Wi-Fi Smart Extension Socket | 3x Schuko Type F | 4x USB | 16 A

Brand: Nedis Article number: WIFIP310FWT EAN number: 5412810271795

Wi-Fi Smart Extension Socket | 3x Schuko Type F | 4x USB | 16 A

Vendor Part Number: WIFIP310FWT
EAN number: 5412810271795
This extension socket connects directly to your Wi-Fi router giving you remote control and the ability to schedule three devices.

Its simple set up allows you to switch your devices on or off and schedule them using your smartphone. You can also take control using your voice with Amazon Alexa and Google Home.

It supports total power usage of up to 3680 W (230 V/16 A) and can be used as a standalone smart extension socket or pair it with other Nedis® SmartLife products to create your smart home.

About Nedis® SmartLife
Discover a wide and ever-expanding range of products - such as bulbs, switches, sockets, sensors, and cameras - that can all be controlled through an easy-to-use and intuitive app. With voice control features supported by Amazon Alexa and Google Home, and no need for anything more than your existing Wi-Fi network, this is the connected, smart home made simple. Whether you're looking for a single smart bulb or socket, or you want to automate your entire house, discover how accessible smart technology is today.

• Simple to set up - directly connects to your Wi-Fi router • Control or schedule the extension socket - from your smartphone • Compatible with Amazon Alexa or Google Home - for voice control of three devices

Package contents

Smart extension socket
Quick start guide

Product specifications

Colour White
Power plug Schuko / Type F (CEE 7/7)
Number of outputs 3
Operating temperature -10 - 40 °C
Socket design Schuko
Starter kit type Energy
Wireless technology Wi-Fi
App available for Android™ & iOS
Maximum radio transmit power 17.5 dBm
Cable length 1.8 m
Maximum output current per port 2.4 A
Input voltage 100 - 240 VAC 50 Hz
Compatible with Nedis® SmartLife
Maximum power output 3680 W
Frequency range 2412 - 2484 MHz
Output current 4 A (USB) 16 A (total)
No. of USB outputs 4
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Frequently asked questions

To control your Nedis SmartLife products with Google Assistant, you need to assign your Smart Life products in a room also in Google home.

1. Start the Google home app.
2. choose Settings
3. choose More Settings
4. Go to the tab off your home.
5. If a device is not assigned to room, tab on the device name and assign it to a room.

Now, you can control your devices by Google home products.

Add the "Smart Life" service to Google Home (no Nedis in the name).

Go in Google Home to Assistent -> Home Control and choose here "Smart Life" as service.

Use the Login details of the "Nedis Smartlife" app.
Compatible Nedis SmartLife products will then be added to Google Home.

An automation can be used to make a certain "event"(condition), trigger another action (Task)
A condition can be anything from motion detection, to a certain time, a certain temperature, sunrise.
Then you can make this condition turn on lights, turn on smart plugs, make a siren sound or a combination of multiple tasks.
Install the device(s) in the Nedis SmartLife app.
Then import the app "Smart Life' into Google Home or Alexa.
All devices will now be visible in Google Home or Alexa and can be used.
You can add maximum 20 members.
Yes you can.
Each person needs a unique account on their mobile device.
To add them as "family members" follow these steps:
In the main screen of the app tap on the name of your home (top left)
Tap on Home management
Tap on the name of your home again.
Tap on "add family members" and fill in the account details of the person you want to add.
It will give them access to all the devices in your home as a normal meber or admin (you can select this)

If you only want to share a single device in a home, go to the settings menu of the device and select "share device" -> add member.
This is probably a Wifi problem, this can be for various reasons.
1.) Wifi signal is unstable.
2.) Wifi signal is too weak.
3.) Using an access point with the same SSID and password that do not support the IEEE 802.11R standards.

Problem 1 can often be solved by restarting the router.
Problem 2 can be checked with an app Wifi analyzer with this the signal can be viewed and corrected to a better position.
Problem 3 can be checked as the access points are turned off, the Wifi signal is still good and the connection remains if the access points are a problem, a Mesh solution can then be used.
Please make sure that they support IEEE 802.11R standard.
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