For OctoPrint-powered instances, installing the PSU Control OctoPrint plugin enables you to control your power supply, smart-plug & more.
The PSU Control OctoPrint plugin supports control of a variety of power supplies, smart-plugs and other devices, such as using the GPIO pins of a Raspberry Pi, TPLink, Tasmota, Tenda Beli, Wemo, HomeAssistant, Shelly, MQTT, Meross, Tapo, FRITZ!Box, Jeedom, ESPurna & more - read more here; https://plugins.octoprint.org/by_tag/#tag-psucontrol-subplugin.
The SimplyPrint plugin for OctoPrint automatically uses the PSU Control plugin to turn the PSU on/off if we detect that it's installed.
PSU support must be enabled in the printer settings for for the PSU on/off switch to show up in the printer control panel.
PSU Control is a third-party plugin not developed by or affiliated with SimplyPrint.
Note for Klipper users: when using Klipper, this feature is buit-in and does not require a plugin.
Integration for SimplyPrint allows for applications to interact with your 3D printers, and your 3D printers to interact with other applications. This allows for endless possibilities, and we strongly believe that your 3D printer should be able to function as an IOT device, working together with any and all applications you can imagine!
This is why the team behind SimplyPrint work to provide official integrations for the most popular platforms, slicer and applications, while also allowing our users to create custom integrations using our API, or for approved third party vendors to create integrations to be used by all SimplyPrint users, using a "Log in with SimplyPrint" method (using the "OAuth2" method).
If you're a developer interested in creating an integration for SimplyPrint, please read our documentation on the subject.
If you're not a developer yourself, but would like to see an integration for a specific application, go check if it's already on our roadmap or suggestion list, and if not, feel free to suggest it!