With enabling the HS110 integration Sense detects and measures the switch appropriately. However, when doing this I expected to see a drop (as I did when the power was turned off to the power strip that was put in front of it) from Always On once I did.
In other words, my desk power (which powers my iMac, an extra monitor, an Amazon Echo Show, and a laptop) was turned off and I saw a dip to Always On and Other. Then I installed the HS110 and powered everything back up. I saw Always On and Other rise again. Then I enabled the integration and the switch was detected in Sense, measuring roughly 150W consistently. However the Always On and Other did not drop by a combined 150W.
Is there a delay in when Sense will adjust Always On and Other to compensate for the new ~150W detection?
My baseline for those were consistent for the last 2 weeks, and now I’m reading a higher overall usage in the house than previously. This seems off to me.