I sent the following to TP-Link marketing folks. Who knows what/if anything will happen?
I’m a current customer, in the USA, and I have a number of your HS110’s, some connecting to my Sense. One thing that I’d really like to be able to buy is a 240v version of the HS110 that is a module with wire lugs (or wire tails), rather than European plug/socket.
The reason is that many devices here in the US run on 220/240, and it’s not legal to hack something together with your European HS110 to monitor them. Following the device detection thread on Sense’s support site, it sounds like a bunch of other customers would also grab such a product, because Sense doesn’t detect (“sense”) these very well on its own.
Perhaps you could partner with Sense to market these in the US to their community?
Since you already have such capability, buried in your European HS110, it seems to me that this would be a fairly minor re-packaging effort, although I do suspect some code testing would also be required.
I’d be glad (and pay for the units) to be a beta tester ((-;).