Starting in June, Sense found my “furnace”. Obviously, living in the Northern Hemisphere, my furnace was not on. I though “well it must be the blower”. No. Dehumidifier? Nope. Both devices have been off numerous times the “furnace” has turned on.
What I know: it almost always is on for exactly 10 minutes. There’s a spike at the On for 800w and 450w the rest of the time. It has been on for less, 7 minutes, and longer, 13 minutes. 8am, 5am, 10am, 9am are all times it’s turned on this week. I have a KP115 on my ice-making fridge, and I don’t see these spikes in that power meter.
Most likely: my old basement fridge. It has no ice maker or fancy electronics. It could be the defroster, right? So it turned on and I ran to the basement. Watching the main Sense power meter, not the device power meter, I unplugged the fridge. 400w did not come off as I hoped. In fact, no power dropped because again, this fridge doesn’t have wifi or anything devised after April 2003.
I’m at a loss now. No clue what’s left. I can’t start flipping breakers in the middle of the day, so hopefully these screenshots and information can start getting the ball rolling.