Glad to see this going public, I was in on the Beta as well. I now have a total of 4 HS110’s and I decided to apply them as follows:
1- My IT/TV stack. I hav ea 75" plasma TV which I didn’t ever expect to be detected, and in this same area is also all my networking and security hardware, a webserver, and various other always-on devices. Being able to separate this out into a single “Entertainment & Networking” device was awesome and took a huge chunk out of my Always On. I may further split out the TV onto a separate HS110 in the future.
2- Our refrigerator. We have a new LG fridge with a linear compressor, something that I know Sense has issues detecting because of the non-traditional nature of the compressor. Now I have reliable logging of fridge data and am also feeding back hopefully useful Ground Truth data to Sense.
3&4 - Installed today on each of our Chevy Volt EV’s on our 220V chargers. Yes, the HS110 is 240V compatible right out of the box up to reportedly 16A@240V. I did some digging and several of us discussed it at length in the Beta stage, but long story short the HS110 is “Labelled to local standards” (IE 12V/15A) but is indeed plug and play 240V/16A compatible. I have my Volt charging now and my wifes will be charging soon and it’s reporting the amp draw perfectly. Considering how our 2 EV’s constitute a very massive part of our daily draw and Sense was having trouble detecting them because of the fact we have 2 identical cars. This is awesome.
None of those have consumption logging therefore there wouldn’t really be much point in having these interface with Sense.