I have a relatively new Sense install. I’ve been running a few weeks. A breaker got cycled for some unrelated electrical work a week back (July 9) Since that time, my power consumption has been inaccurate during the day when solar is being generated. See the attached image. Now, my consumption during the day seems to be correlated w/ the solar generation. My house is empty is during the day and I’ve confirmed with my utility that the consumption is much higher than they are reporting (by ~70%+). Eyeballing it, the consumption prior to the cycle looks +/- correct.
So my questions:
- Given its the breaker was cycled, what is the right process for re-calibration (assuming that is the issue)?
- If recalibration is required, is there a way to do that without a factory reset?
- If I have to do a factory reset will I lose my device learnings? [that’s probably the only reason I care]
- I read something about Sense also having to do something on their end, is that true?
- In the future, what is the right process for cycling the breaker? (I am pretty sure it was the breaker where Sense is powered)
Thanks for any perspectives here.