Does a manual power on a connected plug socket behave like a sensor?
I have a basic question related to connected plug socket like e,g the TP-Link HS100 .
- I want to avoid the stand-by costs for my Sonos Play 1
- when you power-on a sonos, it does not play a predefined favorite or the last radio channel. It also does not signal as a sensor that it was powered on and registered in the WLAN
- I do not want to have to go in the app to then start a predfined radio-station after the sonos has registered in the wlan
Therefore, I'd like to have following scenario:
- I connect the sonos to the connected plug socket
- The plug socket does not deliver any power to the sonos. -> no sonos stand-by. Great
- When I press manually on the physical button on the connected plug socket, then sonos gets power and registers in my Wlan
- Then I want from the connected plug that it triggers to the just powered on sonos a "play favorite" action. triggering such an action is possible. What I do not know is if I get a "trigger" ("sensor"), when I manually power-on the connected plug with its physical button
I know, I want to use a connected plug socket for an usage which is not the standard one. Usually 8as I understood), you trigger some action to the connected plud "swirtch on/switch off". I want to make the inverted way. I want to know from the connectd plug when it was manually (with its physical button) powered on or not.
Since I do not want to purchase sevarl connected plug socket to try. I thought I could ask in the community if someone has an answer. Thank you in advance, and please apologize if this question is completely stupid....