Ah, so the 33100 w number is the max of the scale, not the actual max power consumption? That makes more sense then, because I was trying to figure out how I could have possibly consumed 33kw+ at any one time.
I just did a scan through my power graph and zoomed in on what appears to be the current max value. Here it is:
You will note that the graph scale (if that it what it is) is showing 37200 w in the above pic. You will also note how my solar production is negative. That’s because the Sense is installed at the house so the Solar CTs are measuring everything at the shop sub panel, which includes both solar production AND loads there.
Yes, the solar array is pretty impressive. 56 260W panels mounted on my shop building about 200’ away from the house along with an additional 24 panels on a ground mount (those being at optimal tilt and angle).
With the shop being 200’ from the house, and me not having a dedicated sub-panel for the solar strings (I use micro inverters), the best compromise for installing the Sense CTs, were in the safety switch where the feed to the shop meets up with the feed to the house.
I created another thread yesterday asking if it would be possible to have the sense distinguish between producers and consumers in a sub-panel hanging off the feed the solar CTs are clamped to.