New Sense user here. Going on about 3 weeks now. I have a question on device detection. I’ve seen a few posts where users will compare their Always On numbers and discuss turning things off to lower it. My question is about how Sense itself treats Always On versus Other from a detection perspective.
Am I assuming correctly that Sense is attempting to find matches to devices within the Other category while ignoring the Always On because there is no Start/Stop signature to identify?
If the above assumption is correct, wouldn’t device detection be most successful if we just left our Always On devices alone until our Other category was zero? And only then start playing with putting Always on equipment on timers or somehow powering them down to help sense “see” them start and stop?
Or is there no difference, at least to Sense, between the two categories and how it’s looking for waveform matches?
In my efforts to “promote” device detection, because I hear loud and clear NOT to “train” , I’ve been trying to leave my Always On simply on, while minimizing the cycling of all the unknowns at overlapping timeframes when possible.
Thanks for any insight.