I have my Sense, and added 2 CTs for DCMs and multiple TP-Link KP115.
- One of the CTs is mounted on the dishwasher’s breaker, and one KP115 is used on the kitchen fridge.
- Whenever the fridge kicks in, two bubbles are displayed, one from the KP115, the other apparently because Sense has already identified the fridge.
- Likewise, whenever the dishwasher is running, two bubbles shw up, one from the specific CT/DCM, the other simply named ‘Dishwasher’.
Now, if I take the powers (Watts) from all the bubbles and add them up, I get a number that’s very close (within 34 Watts) to the total displayed in the top right corner. This is rather peculiar/odd as both the fridge and dishwasher should NOT be counted twice. Furthermore, the Total Watts (displayed in top right corner) should be the value measured by the main CTs. This leads me to believe that there is a bug here as the total power should NOT be the sum of all the bubbles, especially when there are duplicates. Under ideal conditions YES, the total is the sum of all bubbles … but if there are duplicate bubbles, then the calculation falls apart.
Thoughts? What am I missing?
I’d post a screenshot, but not sure how to do that yet.