TP-Link Plugin v 0.9.9 / v1.0

Posted on
Tue Dec 27, 2022 12:40 pm
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TP-Link KL110 not working

I am using TP-Link Plugin v0.9.9 with Indigo 2022.1.2. I just added a KL110 Smart Dimmable Bulb to my collection of TP-Link Smart Plugs.

The Smart Plugs work with this software configuration, but the Smart Dimmable Bulb does not. The bulb does work with the iOS Kasa App.

Any idea what I might be doing wrong?

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   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:actionControlUniversal:473): Action: RequestStatus for device: Master Bedroom Left Bed Lamp.
   TP-Link Devices                 Device Info for: Master Bedroom Left Bed Lamp
   TP-Link Devices                     TPlink device type: tplinkSmartBulb
   TP-Link Devices                     TP Link model: KL110(US)
   TP-Link Devices                     IP address: 192.168.3.175
   TP-Link Devices                     MAC address: 54AF973C5500
   TP-Link Devices                     Device ID: 8012ECDD5F92607F74C28410601DA4931FA34C7A
   TP-Link Devices                     alias :
   TP-Link Devices                     description:
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute devPoll, using [False, 'dev']
   TP-Link Devices                     Polling enabled: [False, 'dev']
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute onPoll, using ['60', 'plugin']
   TP-Link Devices                       On state polling freq: ['60', 'plugin']
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute offPoll, using ['60', 'plugin']
   TP-Link Devices                       Off state polling freq: ['60', 'plugin']
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute WarnInterval, using [5, 'default']
   TP-Link Devices                       Poll Warning interval: [5, 'default']
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute SlowDown, using [1, 'default']
   TP-Link Devices                       SlowDown [1, 'default'] seconds at each warning
   TP-Link Devices                 (plugin.py:devOrPluginParm:209): for attribute StopPoll, using [20, 'default']
   TP-Link Devices                       Shutdown after [20, 'default'] errors
   TP-Link Devices                 (tpl_polling.py:interupt:33): called for Master Bedroom Left Bed Lamp with action=status, state=None
   TP-Link Devices                     Device polling and states updated.
   TP-Link Devices                     current state: brightness=0
   TP-Link Devices                     Supports Color: False

Posted on
Tue Dec 27, 2022 12:50 pm
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Re: TP-Link Plugin v 0.9.9 / v1.0

For those having issues or questions, I would recommend creating a GitHub Issue here:

https://github.com/jtburgess/indigo-TP-LInk/issues

My guess is the author has gotten busy with life and maybe he will take a look on GitHub...

Chris

Posted on
Wed Jan 11, 2023 12:28 pm
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Re: TP-Link Plugin v 0.9.9 / v1.0

I am wondering if I should update the firmware on my KP125. I am on version 1.0.3.

I have several of these and they randomly disconnect from the network.

I don't think the device firmware matters.
There were problems with devices randomly not responding to polls, which would cause communications to be disabled.
This has now been solved with customizable polling parameters so that you can set how many failures before a disconnect
(or eliminate disconnects for all practical purposes with a very large number of failures required.

You can get the latest code from the head on GitHub, ... or ... I'll be creating a new release (1.0) Real Soon Now

-- John

Posted on
Sun Jan 15, 2023 11:47 am
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announcingTP-Link Plugin v1.0.0

I just published v1.0.0 fixing all known bugs, and incorporating several new Devices.
(Thanks to everyone who tested and told me about those new devices).

Happy New Year to all!

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