My Name Is Not Bob
- Joined: Mar 10, 2015
- Last Login: Sep 23, 2022, 3:06pm EDT
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No. The light and app will quickly catch up with the physical position of the dimmer upon movement.
Also, thought I’d add that the gigantic number of WiFi devices on my network, number of Kasa devices, and neighbors WiFi all providing interference…I’m not surprise Kasa didn’t work out for me in the end.
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Kasa is great when it works. But I wasn’t as lucky as you were. The switches were solid but plugs would often go unresponsive or completely fall off the network. And anytime I had to reset a device to get it working again it took far longer than I’d like.
When I split off my smart home to its own SSID I almost cried when I remembered the experience I’d need to go through for each Kasa product just to change the SSID. Haven’t looked back since.
Lutron’s Caseta is flawless across 3200 sq ft. I can’t even remember what UniFi switch my single hub is connected to. That’s how much I don’t notice its existence from day to day.