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[HELP] Fibaro reports to rewire my house with 300mm2



The total power usage value reported in the top screen has always been weird. In the past it reported about 4 times my actual value, but now it reports to hook up to a 400kW power generator.

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Fibaro, can you please fix this in the next update and add an option to exclude a main power measuring device from adding it's value to the total value (prevent doubling)?


EDIT: I compared my actual usage with the reported one. I looks like you only have to remove the k from kW and add an option to prevent doubling.

Edited by Lambik
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I'm looking my consumption and it looks ok: 

Maybe there is problem with one of the devices that is giving wrong readings?

Edited by Sankotronic
Attachment quota filled up / deleting older stuff sorry :-(
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Hi Lambik, I already had this issue with aeon 2 clamps where the total consumption was in the hidden devices and the setup was incorrect. Don't know if it can help, but maybe you can have a look into the hidden device if on is causing the trouble.

I still have some little discrepancies between consumption panel and the header but less then 10w and no time for the moment to investigate further.

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