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Sunday, February 14, 2016
Sense ~ Shape the future of home energy
Tom EdwardsI submitted a couple of questions on your website at least a week ago and have yet to hear back from you. Do you reply to questions submitted on your website? I'm anxiously awaiting answers. Thank you.
SenseHi Tom - Sorry to hear this! We looked in our database and we don't see any open tickets from "Tom" or "Thomas". Do you happen to have your ticket number? We will be sure to get right back to you. Thanks.
SenseTom - This leaking would show up as a constant unexplained load in the Sense output. There is no exact launch date for Android, but you can expect rollout in the next few months. The Sense app does work on iPad; however, is not yet optimized for it - we have better iPad support coming soon.
Mike ParkerSo, Tom, these are underground feeds to outdoor devices? They must be as they are downstream of your meter. If you put GFCI breakers on all circuits that connect to underground feeds you'll know if they are 'leaking' the next time it rains. Modern code requires GFCI breakers for most such applications anyway - gone are the days of daisychaining a GFCI outlet...
SensePete - This is actually quite different from a Kill-a-watt (or other current transformer). With Sense you don't need to go around the house plugging different items in to see their energy consumption. Sense shows you each device that's on, when things turn on, and how much energy each device is using in real-time.
SenseHi Al - Very cool that you are interested in tracking your energy consumption. This is quite different from both TED and Kill-a-watt, however. Sense shows you real-time data by appliance, whereas TED shows you only the aggregate. Sense can tell you whe...See More