@RyanAtSense I bought several HS110s in part with the hope of better tracking some of my Always On devices (around 300W). I hooked several up to power strips that contain a good number of the devices that always trickle some power (Home Theater, computer closet, an always on iMac, etc.). I can observe through the bubbles that these newly observed devices always use about 200W, and thus make up about 2/3 of my Always On (300W).
My expectation was that with all these new bubbles directly showing the power consumed by these always on devices, that the “Always On” bubble would be reduced accordingly and only show the remaining 100W of always on equipment that is not directly identified in its own bubble. But that’s not what happened. My Always On bubble stayed the same (around 300W), and these other devices also show up as bubbles that are shown to always be consuming about 200W. Thus, it seems the “Always On” is being double-counted. It’s been this way for several days.
This creates the absurd situation where if you add up the wattage in the bubbles (Always On 300W, other bubbles at about 270W), the total wattage in the bubbles is about 570W, while the TOTAL power consumption on the mains shows as only 373W. (Screenshot attached.) Shouldn’t the bubbles wattage (added up) roughly equal the total consumption on the mains? This difference is entirely explained by the always on being double counted within the Always On bubble, as well as all the HS110 bubbles that are showing their separate always on amounts.