On cloudless days, the Sense power meter shows my solar production as a nice mound as expected:
In this example cloudless day, the peak production is 11.8kW.
However, when there are intermittent clouds, the Sense power meter shows solar production values that can’t possibly be real…higher production values before and after the clouds pass.
In this example day with clouds, which is the day after the previous day, the peak production is erroneously higher at 13.0kW.
Do other see this anomaly?
BTW, my Sense consumption CTs are clamped on bus bars that service all consumption breakers; my Sense solar CTs are clamped on separate bus bars that service all solar production. My main panel has 2 mail breakers…one used for consumption only, the other used for solar production only.