I’m a fairly new Sense user (little over a month in) and 8ve found it very useful to see what is consuming so much electricity.
Ive recently discovered that it seems my attic fan is runing indefinitely. Sense hasn’t discovered it, but that’s likely because it’s always on. It draws about 230w. It has a temp and humidity sensor, and I tried adjusting the humidity sensor, but I need to raise it to almost 70% to get it to shut off. It’s the middle of winter in NJ and we struggle to keep the relative humidity at 40% in the winter inside the house. I know attics can be different, but perhaps this switch is faulty? Or just inaccurate?
I wish there was a point inline sensor I could add to some devices. I’ve added several TPLink plugs and power strips that sync with Sense…
Thoughts? At 230w, it’s definitely adding to the power bill significantly, running 24x7. I do have Sense to thank for helping me track this down.