What is Local Smart Action?

Enhancing Automation with Your Hub

Tapo H100/Kasa KH100 allows for a smooth transition of qualified Automations to Hub management, boosting response times and maintaining reliability, even with network variations or intermittent device disconnections.

How to make your Hub execute Automations

When creating or editing Automations, if the triggers and actions meet the following situations, your Hub will automatically take over the execution.


Motion Sensor

Motion Detected

No Motion Detected for a Set Time

Contact Sensor




Kept Open for 1 Min

Kept Open for a Set Time

Water Leak Sensor

Water Leak Detected

Water Leak Solved

Temperature and Humidity Sensor

Temperature above

Temperature below

Humidity above

Humidity below


Single Tap

Double Tap

Rotate Clockwise

Rotate Counterclockwise





Turn On

Turn Off

Turn On/Off

Turn on and customize lighting

Remain on for a set time

Brightness +

Brightness -

Color Temperature +

Color Temperature -

Random Color

Plug, Switch

Turn On

Turn Off

Turn On/Off

Remain on for a set time


  1. Ensure that your Hub is updated to the latest firmware version.
  2. Once the Hub takes over the execution of Automations, your Automation will be marked with a symbol ( for Kasa / for Tapo) for easy identification
  3. Custom settings are currently not available. If the conditions are not met after modification, it will no longer be executed by the Hub.
  4. The progress of compatibility with Local Smart varies for different device models and hardware/firmware versions, as well as its supported skills. For specific compatibility updates, please follow the product firmware updates.

Important Notices:

  1. Automations taken over by the Hub can continue to execute reliably during network fluctuations or temporary device disconnections. However, they cannot fully replace cloud-based Automations that require internet access. Therefore, it is not recommended to rely solely on Hub-executed Automations in offline situations.
  2. Once an Automation is assumed by the Hub, you will not be able to edit or delete it if the Hub is disconnected from both the network and the cloud. However, you can resume editing the Automation once the hub is back online.
  3. If the Hub powers off, Automations taken over by the Hub cannot be executed. After the Hub restores power, certain Automations with Effect Time or Time Trigger settings will require the Hub to reconnect to the network and accurately synchronize the time before they can execute properly.
  4. If your home router has network segmentation or disabled device-to-device communication settings, Automations will not be taken over and executed by the Hub.
  5. Ensure that your Hub is updated to the latest firmware version.