It appears my attempt to force my single speed Pool Pump native detection paid off.
Inserted a KP115 inline and using the KASA Scheduler App had it turn off and on many times per day for 2 weeks instead of a constant 8 hour run.
It was suggested in another thread that the constant long period running of the motor did not allow Sense enough data to develop a detection pattern.
Actually went back to continuous period 3 days ago and it was detected this morning.
However, there is now a difference in the KP115 reported wattage and the Sense detected wattage.
I suppose the KP115 might have overhead for itself, but then that would be true throughout house, in theory, giving a constant 500-1000 watt always on “other” detection which, as I’ve pointed out in additional threads, does not appear to be happening.
Can anyone explain the discrepancy before I combine these?