Connect your TP-Link Kasa devices to Google Assistant


Supported models: Kasa Smart Plugs (HS100, HS110), Kasa smart Plug Mini (HS105), Kasa Smart switch (HS200), Kasa Smart Lightbulbs (LB100, LB110, LB120, LB130), Kasa Wi-Fi Extender+ (RE270, RE370).

Before we start, you'll need to make sure that you have a TP-Link Cloud Account. If you don’t have one, please create a Cloud Account for your TP-Link devices in the Kasa app to enable remote control of your devices.

Step 1: Sign-in in the Kasa app

Make sure you have logged in your account and all your smart devices are bound to it. You can see your Email address after you logged in.

Step 2: Enable Remote Control for your devices

Go to the device page and tap “”, then tap the Remote Control slide bar.

Step 3: Set good device names

It’s recommended to use a unique name such as “Bedroom Lamp” or "Aquarium." Otherwise you may meet difficulty controlling specific devices via voice command.

Do not assign names with similar pronunciation or names like "Lamp1," "Lamp2," etc. It’s proved challenging to control.

Step 4: Make sure you have set up the Google Home device, then go to the "Home Control" section of your Google Home app

Open the Google Home app, tap the menu button and then tap Home Control.

Note: If you can’t find “Home control”, please confirm your app is the latest version and try to reboot the Google Home device. Or you can contact with Google home support team.

Step 5: Tap the “Add” button in the Device List

Step 6: Select "TP-Link Kasa".

Step 7: Sign in to your Kasa account

Enter your Kasa account (Email address and password that you use on Kasa app) and tap “Authorize."

Step 8: Add your Kasa devices to a room

After your Kasa account has linked to Google Assistant, the smart devices will automatically appear.

Tap edit button to add each device to one room.

You can assign rooms to each of your Kasa smart devices as well. This makes it easier to control multiple devices with voice command simultaneously.

Tap "Done" to finish your room setup.

Step 9: All done!

All your controllable devices will appear in the Google Home app and can now be controlled with your Google Assistant.

Voice command on Google Home is based on device name and assigned room. You can change device names or move devices to a different room according to requirement.

Note: Every time you change the name of smart device, you are requested to discover this device again to update the name.

If you don’t know how to control your devices using Google Home, you can refer to Control plugs or switches using Google Home or Control lights using Google Home.

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HS110 KIT , HS200 , LB230
User Application Requirement | Updated 12-07-2017 03:40:29 AM