As the title says, has anyone had a detection native from the Sense monitor that you have behind a smart plug of any kind?
Only smart plugs NOT supported by Sense integration. Space Heater was detected on a smart things smart plug. I’m pretty sure Sense stated that there wouldn’t be any detections on the backside of supported smart plugs just don’t recall where.
That was my understanding as well. You get HS110 monitoring or you take your chances on Sense native monitoring, not both.
I’m pretty sure that I observed sense removing the power draw from Other for the Smart plug it’s monitoring, and you can name it.
I added HS110s to my 2 furnaces after Sense had already detected the two air handlers with a middling degree of accuracy (some conflation, and some missed). I properly configures “What’s this plugged in to ?”
Pre-smartplug experiements and conflation here.
I eventually deleted the Sense-detected devices but they were fairly quickly rediscovered.
That tells me my feeling about deleting devices but not all the data attached is probably correct.
I have AC2 on its third detection now.
But are you saying they were detected while plugged into an HD110 and it was a sense only detection?
Only the second detection, for each, happened after I installed the HS110s.
Interesting, I personally haven’t seen any detections of devices behind a plug but MOST are behind what I call impossible devices.
I’d hope that it doesn’t ‘match up’ the signature between the plug and monitor and disregard it’s normal learning methods just because it’s being monitored already.
So far only previously discovered, then deleted devices were rediscovered behind a plug…
So @samheidie and @kevin1
Does this make you question what “deleting” actually does?
Sure looks like something was left behind for the rediscovery to happen. If something is left behind and still attached to the detection then I’m thinking that would hinder other detections if it was conflated with another device. We delete them for a reason. Looks like another question to ask
I wasn’t so surprised. The model of your device isn’t erased, and neither is your raw data history - the model is just disassociated.